The Harbor Shelter in Miami has distributed 13,000 pounds of food to those in need in only one month.
Many kids want to grow up to be a firefighter and tonight they can get that chance.
An investigation is underway after a vehicle is found in Spring River in Cherokee County.
There's been a British invasion in Carthage.
Carthage Bright Futures needs your help stuffing a bus with school supplies.
Carl Junction High School students will have a new tool in their backpacks this fall.
The Missouri Department of Mental Health is evaluating the state's developmental disabilities system.
A local organization is forming a new program that consists of mentoring while training for a 15K.
Many parents start reading to their children at an early age. Now, a national group of experts is touting the benefits of early learning.
A local group is helping foster kids have a summer they'll never forget.
Kansas Shriners have taken over Pittsburg.
A special community meeting is held this evening for Cherokee County residents to address the Galena City Council on a proposed landfill.
Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling that has implications for millions of government workers nationwide. Attorney Aaron Sachs discusses the ins and outs of the case in this week's Legally Speaking.
If you've ever enjoyed a bit of honey with your tea, you can thank a bee for that. In this week's Schaer Science, we travel to a farm in Southeast Kansas to see the science behind how honey bees work.
Hope 4 You and the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks each received roughly $150 today from Spiva Center for the Arts.
The Wyandotte Nation Casino is adding a unique twist to its facilities.
Rodney Ray will take over on August 1st.
Kids in Northeast Oklahoma have a new way to beat the heat and cool down this summer.
This month marks a big milestone for a Northeast Oklahoma medical clinic.
Neosho students will have a more efficient ride to school in the fall.