The Family Resource Center in Pittsburg hosts its annual party fundraiser this evening.
Due to reports of Ebola in the United States, local hospitals in the area have adopted procedures on how to handle patents with the virus.
The Cherokee County prosecutor files charges against two juveniles for setting house fires in Galena.
Kansas officials talk U.S. Highway 69 expansion in Pittsburg today.
A sweet club is celebrating a milestone today.
A local community is rallying around its post office and the effort to stamp out breast cancer.
Barton County Memorial Hospital hosts its 19th Annual Health Fair.
A local group organized a drive to donate shoes to the students at Meadowlark Elementary School.
A 13-year-old girl has a new hand thanks to the power of technology.
After losing the state's 'No Child Left Behind' waiver, Oklahoma schools are having to change their academic standards.
The Joplin Exchange Club has named Officer Sean Higgins as its Police Officer of the Year.
A local organization is hoping to raise awareness of domestic violence and where victims can turn for help.
The Miami Regional Airport is celebrating its reopening by offering free airplane rides for kids.
Barton County's Hospice Compassus is providing an educational program on dementia.
The Pittsburg Fire Department is hosting Fire Prevention Week.
A Joplin trucking company is helping drivers with their student loans after they finish their education.
The cheerleaders are painting windows in downtown businesses for breast cancer awareness.
The facility will close by February 2015.
An Amnesty Day is scheduled to be held on Friday, November 14th from 11am until 5pm.
The Crowder College Board of Trustees, faculty, staff and students were on hand to find out the results of a 2 week vote to determine the name of the college's roughrider.