Obamacare is stepping up its coverage for weight-loss counseling.
To ensure your safety, street departments in the area are preparing for the impending sleet and snow.
The first big winter storm headed our way is causing supplies to fly off the shelves of local hardware stores.
A body found in north Joplin has been identified as Brian Cox, 48, of Granby.
The library was broken into twice during the Thanksgiving holiday.
A Joplin business damaged by fire this past June is coming back better than ever.
The city is working to encourage residents to support their local businesses, specifically in the downtown area.
David Bennett Junior was read his formal charges this afternoon in Oswego.
A group of Webb City students and staff will soon have a safe place to go if there is a tornado.
The money will help with the feeding program throughout the year.
State Representative Steve Webb of Florissant resigned from District 67 - about a month after criminal charges were filed.
Donna Whitehead has been named the center director.
He says expanding the American Energy Sector like locally produced oil and natural gas would help create jobs.
Roughly 70% of the student body comes from all over the world.
A Noel woman is killed after her car hits a tree.
County Clerk Don Pyle says the county has collected more revenue than expected and the extra funds will be spent on necessities.
All the money was raised during October through the Carl Junction "C.A.R.E.S." fundraising efforts.
The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors of Southwest Missouri, or NAIFA, donated $7,000 to the cerebral palsy of Tri-County.
A theatre that was destroyed in the May 2011 tornado will soon have a place of their own.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season often means bad news for drivers, this is one of the worst times of the year for wrecks on Joplin roads.