It's three decades old and can only hold barely a dozen animals. Now Miami city officials are working to replace the city shelter.
Tar Creek is filled with toxic water left over from the mining days.
A daycare in Miami is providing child care to parents who don't work a 9 to 5 job.
Carthage city leaders will decide whether or not chickens can be raised on properties within city limits.
College students are often digitally savvy, but that could make them vulnerable to identity theft.
A Joplin woman may have found the fountain of youth and it involves Cardinal baseball.
Homes and businesses in Webb City will soon be showing their Cardinal pride, more than usual.
A wellness center in Miami is helping individuals of all ages stay active.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College is making sure students are staying active on campus.
Oklahoma voters still have a few races to decide on in the 2014 primary.
The first day of school for Joplin High School students has officially been pushed back.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says his office has been receiving complaints about a phone scam that appears to be coming from the 202 Washington D.C. area code.
The Southeast School District is seeing an up-tick in the number of high school students taking college classes.
New students at USD 503 in Parsons prepare for the first day of school with a sneak-peek.
Members from the local ALS support group are feeling very blessed with the donations from the National Ice Bucket Challenge.
A $3.2 million project for the City of Girard could affect the water supply in the city.
John Deselms was charged with two counts of first degree manslaughter in the May 2013 incident.
Freeman Health is celebrating 20 years of having their NICU and today they unveiled a new system being added soon.
An Afton Health Clinic is now providing 24/7 primary healthcare to low-income patients.