It's not on many calendars, but today is a holiday for cheeseburger lovers.
Missouri recently became the first state to amend its Constitution to include privacy protections for electronic communications.
Starting in November, Day and Zimmerman officials will reduce their workforce at its Parsons location.
In this week's Schaer Science, we visit the Maret Center at Crowder College once again for part two of our introduction to wind technology. Tonight we learn the past and future of wind as a clean energy source.
Miami schools are focusing on improving after receiving Oklahoma's A through F report cards.
A building in Neosho is keeping local history alive.
Local organizations form a coalition to raise awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking.
The Joplin Convention and Visitors Bureau printed up 80,000 new visitors guides.
Neosho Faithful Friends Animal Advocates are gearing up for its "Fun Tasting" fundraiser.
The Miami Downtown Redevelopment Authority and the Miami Little Theater group signed an annual rental contract that allows the MLT to use the Coleman Theatre.
A local police department is accredited by a national law enforcement group for the third time in a row.
The State of Missouri has added nearly 50,000 jobs in the past 12 months, and local numbers are even better than the state's.
The hunt for a new Joplin city manager is now down to a short list of finalists.
Gary Nelson joins the 2015 leadership team as President.
A bolt of lightning struck a large oak tree, causing it to explode.
Commerce police need your help locating a missing North Miami man.
Cherokee County commissioners have approved a final draft of next year's budget.
Since the opening of the Stone's Corner roundabout in Airport Drive, there has been nearly three dozen car accidents.
The Joplin Regional Airport Board releases its master plan to the public.
The Kansas Board of Regents approves Pittsburg State University's proposal to offer its first doctoral program.