The number of international students studying in Missouri continues to rise, especially for schools like Missouri Southern.
Pinnacle Bank in downtown Joplin offers financial literacy classes for those with vision impairment.
Shift work sleep disorder, it's something specialists say they're seeing more of in Southeast Kansas.
Now that same-sex marriage is legal in three counties in Southeast Kansas, some couples wonder what options they have.
Downtown Pittsburg will look a little different over the next several weeks.
Whether in a store or online, officials want shoppers to practice safe holiday shopping.
The Crowder Quill Art and Magazine is accepting art submissions for its 35th anniversary edition.
Thanksgiving is next week and kids are thinking about what they're thankful for this year.
Neosho teachers are counting down the days until they're all under one roof.
Various organizations react to the news of marriage licenses being issued to same sex couples in Southeast Kansas.
A new law is offering assistance to more businesses in Northeastern Oklahoma who've received hot checks.
A new ruling brings good news for same-sex couples in Kansas.
Signs up have officially started for the 27th Annual Newton County Food Basket Brigade.
The Northeast Oklahoma Community Action Agency's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program is in need of volunteers.
Students at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College are getting a better idea of where they want to end up after graduation.
Missouri's unemployment rate is dropping below 6%.
An area senator is recognized for his work with community colleges.
US Bank employees make a significant contribution to help United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas.
If you have a Lion fan on your Christmas shopping list, you can now pick up a gift for them at the Joplin mall.
Missouri Southern students learn ways to broaden their horizons across borders.