Parsons police release the identity of a man shot and killed over the weekend.
A group of Missouri religious leaders are hoping to prompt the state to rethink the death penalty.
Some students homework could soon be on your dinner plate.
There are only a few places for the homeless to go in Pittsburg, but a new initiative aims to change that.
For many shoppers, sales tax is something you don't really want to pay, but don't pay much attention to. There can be a big difference in the impact to your wallet based on where you're shopping.
Missouri state leaders are taking another look at whether to require a photo I.D. to vote.
Students at Pittsburg State University host a Super Hero 5K to raise money for March of Dimes.
An area university names a new track after a well known Pittsburg business man.
Southeast Elementary School students thank the Cherokee County commissioners for their help with a new safe room.
A recent outbreak of dog flu in Chicago causes concern for local pet owners.
A Parsons man has been shot and killed, and the police need your help locating a person of interest.
A community comes together Sunday afternoon to remember the life of a 12-year-old Golden City girl who was kidnapped, raped, and murdered in 2013.
Today people in Pittsburg enjoyed a free performance by a prestigious military band.
Incident happened just west of Carthage. Another is in serious condition.
Report says e-cigarette use by teens is on the rise
Limit benefits for needy families from 60 months to 45 months.
The Duenweg Volunteer Fire Department hosted its Annual Chili Supper all day today.
The Better Business Bureau has released its top consumer concerns for 2014.
Gun collectors from around the area gather in Joplin today to build their collection and help a good cause.
Sinkhole is 20 feet deep and six feet wide.