The Joplin Islamic Center reopens in a new location.
With a $20 million grant secured, the City of Joplin is on track to have a brand new library. In this week's Tracking Progress, we take a look at how much work is still left before crews can break ground.
The president of Fort Scott Community College reaches a mutual agreement with the Board of Trustees to dissolve his contract.
The Neosho Public Works Department has received reports of milky water in some neighborhoods.
A local hospital is getting a new look on two of its medical floors.
The Grove Municipal Airport is expanding its facilities and bringing in more amenities.
An area business donates school supplies to more than 30 less fortunate kids.
The City of Carl Junction is looking to make a local park more popular among residents.
The number of students eligible for free or reduced lunches in Carthage continues to increase.
Strokes can be life threatening and every minute counts when someone is experiencing one.
National health experts outline an action plan for fighting one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the U.S.
A half mile portion of the Ruby Jack Trail in Oronogo is getting a new gravel surface.
A road project is helping drivers travel safer in Neosho.
The facility would be for senior citizens who are at least 55-years-old and on social security.
A local organization is helping to provide meals for senior citizens in Carl Junction.
A house caught fire in Carl Junction early this morning.
Four employees were injured and have been transported to the hospital.
In the 90's, Oren Claiborne was laid off from the ammunition plant. Fast-forward 30 years, and he's still hard at work. We caught up with Oren who tells us success is all about trying.
In this week's Phillip's File Revisited, Bob Philips shows us a local man who wouldn't let a disability stop him from working hard for his family.
On tonight's episode of Mitchell's Money Minute, we continue our discussion on retirement, but this time the topic is your 401K.