With Wednesday being the first day of April, people often come up with or prepare for being pranked.
Ahead of Tuesday's election in Neosho, candidates campaign why they should have a seat with the next city council.
With heavy rain pushing through our area on Wednesday, it's clear that storm season is in full effect.
Everyday heroes often don't want any recognition, and that's true for Granby resident, Merle Halsema.
The Missouri Southern State University Police Department is concerned with some students having extra access to buildings.
After losing her son to cancer several years ago, Neosho Resident Cathy Cooley founded the Christopher Foundation. Now, every year that foundation hosts Easter for sick children in Kansas City.
With the help of a partnership, city leaders in Nevada are hoping to transform a city park into a veterans memorial.
Several Missouri Southern State University students were celebrating hump day in style.
Several high school students compete for scholarships to an area university.
Construction students at Pittsburg State University get a hands on learning experience.
Spoonbill fishing season is officially open in Miami.
Four Franklin Tech students took first place in the state Skills USA Competition last weekend.
Despite being brand new, the Franklin Technology Center is still a work in progress.
Teachers and students at Franklin Technology Center are still learning about the cutting edge facility.
An area organization needs your help providing medical assistance to local kids.
The Miami Ministerial Alliance is hosting a movie showing at the Coleman Theater.
Individual income tax receipts exceed expectations in Kansas, but other areas experience shortfalls.
Early childhood screenings are now available for children getting ready for school in Nevada.
Several area college students are recognized for their floating kitchen.
April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and local organizations are working to prevent sexual violence in the community.