Freeman Health is celebrating 20 years of having their NICU and today they unveiled a new system being added soon.
An Afton Health Clinic is now providing 24/7 primary healthcare to low-income patients.
A Carl Junction woman is on the hunt for antiques to help do her job.
Students at a local university had a chance to check out several businesses in the area.
The Lamar Free Fair is currently underway and it's an event that has become a long-running tradition.
An early morning fire destroys a residential structure in Redings Mill.
One of the nation's largest pet food companies is ready for production in the Four State area.
Monday was the first day of classes for all Lamar students and the new middle school building is already making a vast impression.
The effort to replace a building destroyed by the Joplin tornado means two schools are starting in new homes today.
More than 3,100 jars have been collected through the "Spread the Hope" campaign for the Bright Futures Backpack Program in Neosho.
It's a busy night at the Joplin School Board meeting.
The Neosho Board of Directors for the TDD met for the third and final time today to accept a bid for $4,950,000.
A love for the color pink, a passion for riding horses and a kind, giving heart. Those are the memories Adriaunna Horton's family clings onto, to forever honor the 12-year-old whose life was taken way too soon a year ago today.
A local bank made 7,500 meals today for the Wesley House in Pittsburg.
In this week's Tracking Progress, we look at how community leaders are seeking public input for the future growth and development of Joplin.
Four decades in law enforcement is rare, and one man in Nevada has something to brag about.
A hunting regulation is up for discussion at Nevada's city council meeting.
Joplin school officials hold a districtwide gathering, marking staff opening day.
A peek into the Carthage Police Department is now in paperback form.
Empire District Electric employees achieve a rare safety milestone.