Pioneer life takes center stage in Joplin today.
Oklahoma becomes the next state to make texing while driving illegal.
KODE's series "Our Kids" continues with a sensitive topic, but one that must be addressed- child sexual abuse. We will hear from a woman who was stripped of her innocence at age 5 and kept it a secret for 23 years.
Kansas lawmakers may be looking to property owners to help cut into the state budget deficit.
There was a war going on in Joplin, a storage war that is.
The Arma Police Department is responding to reports of vandalism at the library.
It's a top national company wanting to add dozens of high paying jobs, and the expansion may happen in the Four States.
Using a midwife for childbirth has become a growing trend nationwide.
The Northeastern Oklahoma Community Crisis Centers are hosting a S.A.L.S.A. party benefit this Friday.
The Arma American Legion is hosting its annual Poppy Day.
The River Street Food Pantry in Carthage is participating in Give Ozarks Day.
Eight nonprofits in Joplin are asking for your support during an online fundraiser.
The Joplin American Red Cross is teaching the community how to handle emergency situations.
A trend of revenue increases mean more money at both the city and state level.
A local veterans advocacy office will be shutting its doors for good.
The numbers are in from a recent sobriety and DWI checkpoint.
Leanne Wright joins Carol to make her special salsa recipe. Click the link for the ingredients and for Leanne's information!
Jasper County Emergency Services is experiencing an E9-1-1 phone line outage due to an internal network error while equipment was being changed out.
Dr. Karl Wendt joins Eric on Local News Today to begin his summer movie series teaching family lessons that can be taken from films. This week's movie - The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Carla talks to Shaun Conroy about Spiva's 48-hour film competition coming up on May 7.