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.
Drivers will soon see more deer on the road, but your risk of getting in an accident could be dropping.
Colder temperatures are approaching, and kids will soon be bundling up for the winter.
The Joplin Public Library's children's department has expanded and redesigned the early literacy play space.
Missouri Southern State University is seeing an increase in enrollment for some programs this school year.
The Ottawa County United Way is kicking off their first fundraising campaign of the year by serving plates full of spaghetti.
The waiting list for the HUD Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program will close September 30.
Everyone has the option to dispose of unused, unwanted, surplus, orphaned and expired medicines by depositing them in the permanent drug drop-off boxes located at both Joplin Police Stations.
The former site of St. John's Regional Medical Center will soon be a new park for the City of Joplin.
On tonight's episode of Mitchell's Money Minute, we are continuing our discussion on auto insurance. Last week, we talked about why you need more than the minimum required by law.
A retired military helicopter on display in Neosho is in need of repair due to vandalism and decades spent outdoors. City leaders say fixing the damage could take years.
It's not uncommon for people to take up a hobby, but it's not often when that hobby can turn into a job. In tonight's Phillips Files Revisited, Bob Phillips shows us a man who did just that.