Leanne Wright joins Carol to make her special salsa recipe. Click the link for the ingredients and for Leanne's information!
Jasper County Emergency Services is experiencing an E9-1-1 phone line outage due to an internal network error while equipment was being changed out.
Dr. Karl Wendt joins Eric on Local News Today to begin his summer movie series teaching family lessons that can be taken from films. This week's movie - The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Carla talks to Shaun Conroy about Spiva's 48-hour film competition coming up on May 7.
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Parsons City Commission denies a request to change zoning to build a housing project at Labette Community College.
Members of the Joplin City Council table an ordinance to rezone 15th and Range Line to build a Chili's restaurant.
The first ever "Give Ozarks" is a one-day online fundraiser that brings nonprofits together to meet goals.
Two Grove families are taking action against the school district to protect their children against a bully.
In Southeast Kansas, there are more than 300 registered sex offenders. And some of them can be found on college campuses.
This time of years, bees are on the move and swarming to find new homes, but what happens if they end up in your backyard? One solution, call Apple Road Farm in Carthage.
More than two years after starting talks to join forces, two 911 call centers are taking their first steps to consolidate.
The new school funding formula in Kansas has many administrators struggling to make ends meet.
A new scholarship is created to honor a student who died in a tragic automobile accident last year.
The Miami Public Library has a new "Hometown Teams" exhibit.
The Southeast Kansas Humane Society is hosting its 3rd Annual Mutt Run.
A local school is considering tapping into the power of the sun to provide electricity on campus.
The Children's Center of Southwest Missouri receives a large donation from Roper Kia.
Missouri voters may get the chance to decide whether red light cameras should be allowed.
The Granby Memorial Cemetery Committee is offering a reward for information leading to a vandalism arrest.