Today marks the Great American Smokeout, a chance for the American Cancer Society to highlight the dangers of smoking and options for quitting. Action 12's Gretchen Bolander reports in tonight's Freeman Medical Focus.
Carthage school leaders hold a ceremonial ground breaking for the new 4th and 5th grade intermediate center.
We live in a complicated age filled with many distractions. Our attention doesn't stay focused on one thing and that's causing one entity to take a big hit. Churches across the country are finding it harder to keep people interested in the message.
An ice cream shop in Galena has a unique scientific twist to its process. In tonight's Schaer Science, we visit Eye Scream Labs to find out how they're teaching customers a little bit about chemistry.
Hundreds of people line up for great art and good soup.
The Parsons Meals on Wheels Program is asking for your help.
Downtown Joplin kicks off the Christmas season with holiday displays.
A former Southeast Kansas bank employee will go to prison for stealing more than $2.5 million from the bank.
When your vehicle breaks down, it can be a disaster, especially when you're not sure if you're being overcharged. Attorney Aaron Sachs explains a few common scams in this week's Legally Speaking.
More than a hundred families lined up early this morning to receive some help for Thanksgiving.
8th grade students in Neosho are getting a jump start choosing their occupation.
Barton County has at least two confirmed cases of children with the whooping cough.
Kids in Ottawa County will soon have more space to learn and play after school.
Labette Community College students are making an impact on hunger around the world.
Bright Futures in East Newton is looking for donations to keep kids warm.
Most people shop at the mall or a big box store for their Christmas items. However, you can now visit an area university.
As you plan your holiday shopping schedule, the Miami Chamber of Commerce wants you to remember Small Business Saturday.
The General Mills Foundation helps support a local meal program for seniors.
Work will soon begin for a memorial garden on the old St. John's Regional Medical Center property.
An area group that helps patients with medical equipment is giving thanks and raising money.