A professor at Pittsburg State says her teaching experience internationally has made her a better instructor.
A Joplin teenager is still in recovery after suffering from acute flaccid myelitis.
Residents in Joplin could see some changes in their neighborhoods.
Local farmers met in Neosho to learn about new programs in the 2014 farm bill.
Joplin has been picked as the first city to host a new display from the missouri state archives.
The Department of Technology at Pittsburg State University has completed its wood technology lab after a recent donation.
The current flu epidemic is putting health care employees at increased risk of catching the virus.
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 its 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.
As Joplin's city hall looks into legal options with its master developer contract, the impact is rippling out through the proposed projects around town.