The season most farmers have been waiting for is finally here.
Bright Futures in Neosho receives a generous donation.
The City of Grove will be adding a proposed hotel-motel lodging tax to their upcoming election ballot.
Sales tax revenue is continuing to rise in Joplin, up 4% year to date in fiscal 2014.
Senator Claire McCaskill is traveling through Missouri, working to build support for an upcoming banking vote.
A group from the Netherlands hand delivers a special piece of art to a Galena business.
Missouri Southern State University leaders and students come together to dedicate the Julio S. Leon Health Sciences Center.
Today has been declared Greg Martin Day in honor of the Integris president's retirement.
A new list of smoke free restaurants in the area is out.
An abandoned corpse and a shooting last week in Newton County are just a couple of cases investigators are connecting to a group called the Joplin Honkies.
As the official opening of Joplin High School approaches, crews are busy getting the building ready, including making it clear how to get where you need to go.
Stephanie Jo Troxel was sentenced to more than eight years in the Kansas Department of Corrections.
From your local election headquarters, Oklahoma residents headed to the polls today to vote in two runoff elections.
A heated discussion breaks out Tuesday night during the Carthage City Council meeting.
The Columbus School District holds a back-to-school carnival.
An explosion at a fireworks facility in Pittsburg that killed one man is ruled accidental.
The number of youth using e-cigarettes is rising. According to a recent survey, they aren't exactly close to 18-years-old.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is making stops at several schools in Pittsburg.
The Peoria Ridge Golf Course in Miami is seeing an increase in business after opening a new clubhouse.
Some local students take a break from classes today with a magic carpet ride.