The Spirit Halloween store is working to help children who won't be able to celebrate the holiday.
Two candidates vying for Joplin's city manager position get a chance to make their case.
Fort Scott Tourism Center and Chamber of Commerce offer a safe and fun way to celebrate Halloween.
If you know an outstanding teacher, now is your chance to recognize them.
The Joplin Independent Living Center hosted a Health and Resource Fair.
An orchestra is performing live in Grove to benefit a local organization.
The City of Grove is going green.
Missouri Southern students are gearing up for the university's annual fundraising drive.
High school students from Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma gathered at Pittsburg State University for Family and Consumer Science Day.
PSU's Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing, officially announces a doctoral degree program.
There's another big lottery drawing tonight, with the Mega Millions Jackpot at an estimated $224 million.
Beginning Monday Oct. 27 the intersection of US 59 and Harding Drive, south of the US400/US59 interchange, will be closed for approximately a week.
The Four State area has many creeks that keep our region looking beautiful. Improper management of the creeks can be detrimental to the environment. In tonight's Schaer Science, we visit Missouri Southern State University to learn about stream ecology.
Many adults make it part of their fall routine to get a flu shot, but it can be just as important to immunize your child. Action 12's Gretchen Bolander reports in tonight's Freeman Medical Focus.
Hundreds at Crowder College enjoyed a steak dinner this evening to honor the Joplin Regional Sale Barn.
McDonald County deputies make an arrest in connection with a murder Wednesday night.
Bicyclers gathered for the 3rd Annual Bike Challenge at the Freeman Family YMCA in Neosho.
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins and Senator Jacob Laturner spent the day visiting small businesses throughout Southeast Kansas.
District leaders of USD 247 discussed a proposed leasing agreement for McCune Elementary.
The City of Joplin has more than 150 new trees thanks to the Missouri Department of Corrections.