Just minutes ago, the jury decided Jeffrey Bruner should serve life in prison without parole for first degree murder charges.
MSSU releases statement after a jury hands down the fate of the man charged with killing a Missouri Southern football coach.
The City of Miami is moving one step closer to building a new animal shelter.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signs a bill to change the public school budget formula.
The Mercy temporary hospital will serve as the new campus for a medical school.
A local nursing student is named the Southern Regional Director of the Missouri Nursing Students Association.
The Downtown Joplin Alliance announces its newest addition to Third Thursday's.
The Pittsburg State University Dream Team hosts a benefit for the American Cancer Society.
The City of Miami informs the public about a 40-gallon water use challenge.
With the recent rains, emergency officials remind residents that flooding can happen at any time.
Less than half a hour ago, a jury handed down a guilty verdict against Jeffrey Bruner.
Joplin officials are asking for $1.5 million in damages.
The jury got the trial around 1:25 Thursday afternoon.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin declared a state of emergency today for 25 counties due to Wednesday's storms. None of these counties are in our viewing area.
Carla makes some "Skinny Lasagna" for those who want to eat a tasty Italian meal without all the calories. Click here for a list of the ingredients!
Since spring is finally here, Carla, Eric, and Hank look at some old pictures of themselves having fun in the warm weather.
Hank previews some upcoming events in the Four State area. Click here to watch!
The Joplin Police Department, along with the Southwest Missouri DWI task force, will conduct a DWI checkpoint this upcoming weekend.
We asked some of our viewers about some of their favorite new Joplin businesses that have been built after the tornado. Click here to see some of their picks!
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