The Pittsburg community remembers those they lost tonight through a Christmas tree.
Christina Haidle and her roommate, Beth Williams, were both charged after Williams' three year old daughter was rushed to the hospital with extreme malnutrition.
There were 385 crimes reported in Joplin last month, the exact number as the month before.
According to a Rutgers survey, tourists spend an average of $30 when visiting businesses along Route 66.
Hundreds of MODOT drivers have been working overtime to clear the roadways since Friday, and it doesn't seem like they'll catch a break anytime soon.
Local law enforcement officers will be cracking down on drinking and driving as the holiday season gets underway.
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks is strongly urging the community to donate blood this week.
Some rare toys are on display in Carl Junction this month.
The shelter emptied half of their kennels over the weekend, which has never happened in their new facility.
Pittsburg residents should expect some road closures due to construction projects.
A Newton County judge sentenced Elizabeth Farnam to four years behind bars.
A spokesperson for Missouri American Water says all the breaks were caused by the cold weather shifting the ground around the pipes.
It's the third month in a row to increase in what's been a year bouncing back and forth between increases and decreases in revenue.
A Missouri senator speaks out in favor of attracting a new Boeing production line to the state.
Chief Roberts was selected by the Missouri Police Chief's Association to receive this award.
Mark A. Thomas, of Diamond, is in custody for First Degree Assault.
In 2011, heating equipment caused an estimated 53,000 house fires in the United States.
Most are caused by candles and holiday decorations.
20 selected families enjoyed food, games and entertainment. And Santa himself, gave out presents to 70 children
Joplin police officers release the identity of the man killed in last night's fatal accident.