An outreach effort is finding it tougher to meet the needs of local cancer patients.
Carl Junction students learn what to do if a fire breaks out at their home.
Today, Americans are celebrating the 227th birthday of the signing of the Constitution.
An area woman's group is raising funds to help foster children attend a summer time staple.
Vice President Joe Biden will come to Joplin next month.
Chemistry and biology majors at Pittsburg State University are having to attend classes outside of the laboratories.
More than 300 students came together today for a Future Farmers of America local conference.
Fort Scott Community College is among one of the most successful community colleges in the country.
The Carthage Community Foundation awards more than $40,000 to area organizations.
Freeman Health System will now offer medical services to students and staff at Carl Junction schools.
The Carthage R-9 Board of Education votes to oppose Amendment 3 on the November ballot.
Students and parents get a lesson on internet dangers.
Jimmy Brown, 80, is accused of writing checks on a Village account for nearly $10,000 in personal items.
Commerce police report an increase in burglaries over the past couple of weeks.
Nine years after a fire destroyed parts of downtown Fort Scott, city commissioners decide to donate the land for a new exhibit.
A former employee of the Economic Security Corporation will go to prison for tornado fraud.
The Jasper R-5 School District receives a $10,000 grant from America's Farmers Grow Rural Education.
A local professor is being recognized for his research into the world of E-commerce and what drives customers to buy online.
Several hundred students with disabilities get the chance to learn about their options to live independently.
Work to build a new saferoom within the Avilla School District is underway.