Firefighter Shannon Branham explains the time frame for families to apply for help with Christmas gifts, and how viewers can pitch in.
Chef Damien makes a deceptively simple breakfast or brunch dish that is packed with flavor.
Artist Linda Lindquist Baldwin preps for her annual celebration, where she'll autograph her original works for buyers.
Shelby Bates enumerates the savings that can be found daily.
Dr. Sue explains what each kind of flu vaccine does, and who should receive them.
Gary meets client Nicholas Willis, who shows off some of his riding accomplishments.
Carol welcomes Cheryl Romas, who shows her how to make a cheese ball.
Devin Gorman previews the free calendar, which comes out later this week.
Gary talks with Shelly McColm and Vallerie Sweeton about how riding therapy helps their clients.
Gary introduces some of the staff and lets viewers in on Stacey Garvilla's adventuresome past.
Sergeant Rusty Rives talks about the most important aspects of driving safely on roads impacted by snow, ice, and freezing rain.
Dewey Sheets announces two winners.
Angie Hicks spells out how important it is to make your expectations known.
Chef Cari shows that a barbecue grill isn't the only way to get your sizzle on.
Ann gives tips on how to keep the holiday season from becoming something you dread.
Assistant Manager George Andrews of the Joplin Lowes shows off several projects that were deceptively easy.
Chef Damien has a couple of twists on the traditional dish, including a secret ingredient.
Dr. Sue tells about foods that pack an immunity-boosting punch.
Pastor Shane Munn explains how the project has grown to serve every foster child in Jasper County.
Don Greenlee explains the process of becoming a mentor, and details the need for volunteers.