Local police arrest a suspect in a Carthage stabbing.
Family asked police to release contents of suicide note.
Note focused on Jackson's thoughts about his employment.
Hank, Eric, and Carla talk about the best ways to take care of your car.
Dr. Karl Wendt talks about basketball as a metaphor for living a meaningful life.
The Local News Today crew discusses a contest for the tallest Easter palm that is a tradition in southern Poland.
Your Local News Today weather forecast for Tuesday, March 31
Doctors save lives everyday. So, it's only natural that we would call them heroes. But on this one winter day, Dr. Andrew Collette had no idea he'd be faced with saving a life outside of the hospital.
If you like frozen custard, Carla Pesono says you haven't had the "real deal" until you've tried Angels on the Route.
The City of Neosho restores more than $1 million in funding. In 2010, an audit revealed money was being illegally shifted, leaving the town broke.
The Fountain of Youth could be at the Joplin Family Y.
A recent study found that Missouri Southern is one of the top universities in the state for providing the best value for your dollar.
Your digital profile covers everything from photos and phone numbers, to financial and other personal information. And it could all disappear in a crash.
A nearly 25-year-old campground used to be known as the party spot. After several alcohol related incidents, owners grew concerned and began to make it a more family friendly area.
The Joplin Public Library Children's Department announces a new program for kids ages one to three-years-old.
A Neosho storage unit company experiences several break-ins over the weekend.
A program to help feed seniors may be getting a big shot in the arm.
A local university has hired a new face to take charge of academics.
The City of Parsons will make some changes at the tree dump.
Joplin city leaders celebrate the "Small Business of the Year" luncheon.