Former city manager Mark Rohr talks about Wallace Bajjali and what happened during his time as city manager.
Joplin City Council Member Bill Scearce tells us he's been skeptical of David Wallace for quite some time.
Area Catholic schools celebrate National Catholic Schools Week.
The Joplin School Board has some tough financial decisions to make in the coming years. Decisions that could be upwards of tens of millions of dollars.
Noel Primary students are sending love to the armed forces overseas.
Several thousand people were in Joplin today with one motive, to get a job.
Sports program directors at Crowder College are all smiles today after their plan to fund a new indoor facility was approved.
Community leaders gathered in Parsons to grow their leadership skills.
Joplin City Council Member Bill Scearce says he's been skeptical of David Wallace for quite some time.
The unemployment rate is remaining steady in Kansas, but is rising in two counties.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami is encouraging the public to suit up for Valentine's Day.
A few hundred students got a bit of culture today.
A Joplin realtor has been named the 2015 President of Missouri Realtors.
The Joplin Health Department sees steady numbers in service during 2014.
A Southeast Kansas park will soon need repairs.
A chemical spill causes restricted access in parts of Labette County.
The decision to bring master-developer Wallace-Bajjali to Joplin was made by other city leaders. That's what former city manager, Mark Rohr, told KODE this afternoon when we spoke to him by phone. Rohr says like so many others he's surprised with the latest developments.
Carol samples dishes from Big R's BBQ in Joplin.
The Amarillo, Texas Local Government Corporation has officially severed ties with master developer Wallace Bajjali Development Partners.
Hank previews Tuesday's job fest in Joplin.