A longtime Carthage restaurant reopens its dining area with new decor.
Jasper County commissioners approve raising court fines earmarked to support Lafayette House.
Residents in Newton County woke up to downed limbs and no power this morning.
Construction is still ongoing at the new performing arts building on the Joplin High School campus.
A water main break in the City of Jay leads to many businesses closing for the day.
Administrators are crunching the numbers to see how many students are enrolled at Joplin High School this year.
The Lamar Police Department has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing 3-year-old.
Carthage Mayor Releases Statement After Fire Chief Resigns
The pursuit ended after traveling through a corn field and ending up in a bean field.
Fewer people were killed on Missouri highways over the just-ended Labor Day when compared to a year ago.
Two RV's were turned over by strong winds at Rivers Bend Campsite.
Brad Douglas is with JHS Principal and a JHS Senior discussing being home at the new facility.
Due to the Labor Day wind storm damage residents are welcome to bring their tree limbs and branched to the limb processing site 1702 North Schifferdecker Ave.
The Pittsburg Police Department is seeking information on the individuals responsible for criminal damage to one of the SEK Art Fest's Footballs during the early morning hours of Sunday, August 31st.
On this Mitchell's Money Minute, we wrap up our discussion on renter's insurance.
This week Bob Phillips introduces us to a Neosho man who is a bullet artist.
Some of us didn't have the day off to spend in front of the grill, but had to work.
Many of us will be firing up the grill this Labor Day, but it's important to be safe.
There's a new way of funding higher education for Missouri citizens.
Labor Day means more drivers on the road.