Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich announces his candidacy for the state's governor.
The Neosho Recycling Center is now accepting used cooking grease.
Carthage city residents are one step closer to getting a bike system.
Local environmental advocates are hoping some Shoal Creek signs will help residents think twice about pollution.
Fairland Elementary is recognizing their 100th day of school this year.
The Joplin School District is relocating its Early Childhood Center, and school leaders might have found a spot.
Joplin City Councilman Ryan Stanley is offering his opinion on the recent resignation for Wallace Bajjali.
The Pittsburg Business Education Alliance hosted it's annual Career Opportunities Day.
The Pittsburg City Commission has approved a contract for fire services.
The Joplin Fire Department is urging people to avoid burning leaves in these spring like temperatures.
The Joplin Health Department has released updated flu numbers for 2014.
Pittsburg city commissioners are moving forward with plans to bring a casino to Crawford County.
Issues with Joplin's master developer don't stop with a broken contract with city hall. They could affect projects throughout town.
Former city manager Mark Rohr talks about Wallace Bajjali and what happened during his time as city manager.
Joplin City Council Member Bill Scearce tells us he's been skeptical of David Wallace for quite some time.
Area Catholic schools celebrate National Catholic Schools Week.
The Joplin School Board has some tough financial decisions to make in the coming years. Decisions that could be upwards of tens of millions of dollars.
Noel Primary students are sending love to the armed forces overseas.
Several thousand people were in Joplin today with one motive, to get a job.
Sports program directors at Crowder College are all smiles today after their plan to fund a new indoor facility was approved.