Labette Community College holds its 29th Annual Fire School.
It's moving day in the Joplin School District, one of more than a dozen location changes since the 2011 tornado.
Volunteers are needed to cleanup Hickory Creek in Neosho.
A code yellow alert has been issued for blood in our area.
A Joplin trucking company is recognized for its safety record.
A new bill in Oklahoma will fund completion of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City.
The Newton County Historical Society Museum is reopening this weekend.
Missouri voters may get the chance to decide whether to require a photo ID at the ballot box.
Three people have been arrested after a violent police chase passed through Montgomery County, resulting in an elderly man being shot.
The mysterious death of Texas woman Shannon Fonda, whose body was found beside a car near Scammon, Kan. on March 23, has been ruled a suicide.
Carla makes a tasty Quinoa Enchilada Casserole on Local News Today. Click the link for a full list of ingredients!
We preview the "Illusions of the Night" magic show coming up in Carthage. The show benefits the Stone's Throw Dinner Theatre.
Harold Williams and D.J. Fry talk about the Cowboy Poetry Gathering coming up on June 6.
Your Good Morning Four States weather forecast for Friday, May 29
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Authorities are looking for a Hispanic male in connection to an aggravated assault against an officer.
A lot of community groups took advantage of Thursday afternoon's great weather by holding a block party.
U.S. Congressman Billy Long met with Neosho business leaders this afternoon to discuss the importance of transportation.
Car wrecks can lead to a wide range of injuries, everything from whiplash to a deadly outcome.
Summer days are ahead and many of us are making plans to hit the road. But this time of year also marks the beginning of the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers.