An annual event in Carthage will have you leaving soaked in mud.
Joplin's Tax Increment Financing Commission will meet to discuss city redevelopment
Mike Landis announced Thursday that he is resigning from the Joplin School Board. Landis is the second person to step down from the board this week.
Hank, Carla and Eric look at some of their old photos for Throwback Thursday. #tbt
Shannon talks to Larry Wood, author of the new "A Concise Encyclopedia of the Ozarks," about his new book and an upcoming book signing in Joplin.
Carla and Ashley LeBlanc of Art Feeds make a project and talk about some ways to support art programs in the Joplin area.
The upcoming "Race 4 Hope" benefits breast cancer survivors, raises awareness of the disease, and works to instill hope for those affected.
Hank previews some upcoming events in the local area.
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During a gathering with principals and administrators this morning and in a letter to staff, Dr. C.J. Huff announced his plans to retire from Joplin Schools effective June 30, 2015.
Authorities file murder charges in connection with a deadly shooting.
Just after 6 Wednesday night, crews responded to a home a 626 South Picher.
Joplin School Board President Jeff Koch shares his reaction on Randy Steele's resignation and what's next for the board.
School is out and construction is ongoing for the Fort Scott School District.
New equipment for the Newton County Central Dispatch helps law enforcement agencies respond faster.
Imagine losing 165 pounds, or even 177. A pair of Monett twins don't have to wonder what it would be like. It's been their life for the past year, an experience shared on national T.V.
A humanist group files a lawsuit against the Joplin School District over a field trip.
An area medical clinic is celebrating 10 years of healing patients.
An area horseshoeing school celebrates two decades of keeping an ancient craft alive.