From your local election head quarters, voters in Miami headed to the polls Tuesday to decide a $22.7 million school bond.
A dilapidated structure is causing controversy in Anderson.
Statewide tornado drills rang throughout local Missouri towns Tuesday. And with three shelters in Webb City, residents now know exactly where to go.
Storm sirens sounded across the State of Missouri, but it wasn't because of an emergency.
Parsons City Commissioners vote to hire a new city manager.
Six future entrepreneurs gather to compete in the Trojan Entrepreneurship Challenge.
If you've always wanted to try food from around the world, now's your chance at an area university.
The Carthage Community Foundation is gearing up this spring to bring community groups additional grants.
One Pittsburg State University program is now ranked among the best in the nation.
The Kansas Attorney General's Office is celebrating National Consumer Protection Week.
A fun holiday is raising money for children in need.
The Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2015 Gold Star Award.
Newton County commissioners make a special announcement regarding courthouse personnel.
It's election day for Oklahoma residents.
Love’s Travel Stop on Highway 86 in Neosho experiences a leak in a fuel line.
Two Parsons men were arrested Monday for robbing a residence at 2107 Timber Lane in Pittsburg. A third suspect is at large.
The city of Joplin will test its tornado sirens today during the Statewide Tornado Drill.
Shannon reviews the newest "Hunger Games" movie. Click here to see what she thinks!
Hank, Carla, and Eric talks about a portrait of President Clinton that some think references the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office is getting reports that citizens are receiving calls from people claiming to be from the “IRS” and the “Sheriff’s Office."