James D. Mankan is the suspect in the July 13 homicide of Wayne Lee Wennerholm in Adair County.
Family, friends and patron's stopped by Dude's Donuts Wednesday afternoon to pay their respects to Carolyn Pendergraft.
Investigators still haven't identified the body of a man found near Stockton Lake.
Summer road construction in Pittsburg has been progressing quicker than originally expected.
At a special council meeting, the Galena City Council makes a decision on the future of a previously proposed landfill.
Webb City is working on a comprehensive habitat project that will benefit its waste water treatment plant and the city.
Carthage police officers are gearing up for an annual festival that draws more than 60,000 people to the city.
Dozens of tourists from Norway visit Galena as they work their way down the Mother Road.
A stand-off between an armed man and sheriff deputies forces a Crawford County neighborhood to be evacuated.
Just last month, Ottawa County farmers were concerned about rainfall and their crop yields. It seems timing is everything when it comes to farming.
The countdown is on with less than a month to go before the opening of the new Joplin High School.
Moving day is right around the corner for Joplin High School, but they need your help.
A church organization in Fairland is preparing for its third back-to-school drive.
Rubber ducks make bath time fun, but they're also helping raise money for an area nature center.
A tank manufacturing company in Southeast Kansas is celebrating 10 years of business by adding more jobs to the community.
David Roark admitted to taking a file from the sheriff's office and throwing it in the trash.
David Doughty, 32, had fired either a handgun or rifle several times from a room on the second floor of a home.
The Joplin Islamic Center reopens in a new location.
With a $20 million grant secured, the City of Joplin is on track to have a brand new library. In this week's Tracking Progress, we take a look at how much work is still left before crews can break ground.
The president of Fort Scott Community College reaches a mutual agreement with the Board of Trustees to dissolve his contract.