NEO A&M College students are teaching third graders in Miami the importance of being outside.
The City of Lamar receives a grant for the demolition of a few historical sites, including the Gilkey Building on 10th Street.
Local vapor shops have mixed opinions about a proposed regulation on new tobacco products like the popular E-cigarettes.
Art comes in all shapes and sizes and it will be on display in Carthage on Friday.
Breakfast will kick off the event on Saturday at 7:30 in the morning with sausage, biscuits and gravy.
Missouri Southern hopes the plan will attract more incoming and transfer students who are academically prepared.
New names have been added to the Most Wanted list. And now authorities are looking for help to track down those suspects.
Missouri Southern State University police are trying to get the drugs out of the hands of college students who abuse them or sell them.
MSSU students were handed brochures about sexual abuse and what to do if they are ever in that situation.
Generic drug companies are campaigning against a proposed federal regulation that would require them to warn consumers of all known health risks associated with each drug they sell. Attorney Aaron Sachs discusses the potential regulations in this week's Legally Speaking.
Three separate resolutions have been filed by state representatives. The resolutions are currently under consideration in the House Judiciary Committee.
A late morning fire near 7th Street in Joplin causes damage to a garage and the belongings inside.
Jennifer Crouch is accused of second degree assault, armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon.
BBQ competition in Parsons will help feed people in area shelters.
A judge has continued the preliminary hearing for Craig Wood until May 22nd.
Jennifer Crouch of Joplin is being held in the Jasper County Detention Center.
Missouri Southern State University is still reviewing 38 applications for the open president job.
The site is called "Catholic 40" and it has a lot of history, but has become a big environmental problem in the area.
There are 12 class days remaining in PSU's spring semester and the event highlights the semester coming to an end.
A Joplin truck driver is teaching new motorist the importance of sharing the road.