The incident happened just before three this afternoon.
The credit goes to the recently established American Indian Center for Excellence.
A Wyandotte art exhibit celebrates the Native American culture.
Local firefighters are putting toys under the tree for kids to open on Christmas morning.
Thousands of workers are filing lawsuits against prominent high-tech companies ... including Apple and Google. Attorney Aaron Sachs discusses the ins and outs of the class action lawsuit in this week's Legally Speaking.
Cherokee County is hoping to see big dollar signs after choosing its first ever economic development director.
The Most Wanted list is a little longer and now Heartland Crime Stoppers is asking for help to track down those new names.
School leaders say the thank you letters are not only a part of a writing and grammar lesson, but it helps build character.
The event honors 12 women who have donated hard work and time to improving their community.
A donation from the Community Foundation of Southwest Missouri will put the church closer to its construction goal.
Hundreds of pottery is for sale inside the Billingsly Student Center.
If you can't wrap a Christmas present, there's now some hope and it will raise money for a good cause.
Barbara Evans is sentenced to three years and five months in federal prison without parole.
Snow is expected until around mid-evening Thursday and then a second band of snow expected overnight Thursday into Friday morning.
The candidates have been narrowed down to seven semi-finalists.
Brandon Dockery and Abriel O'Donnell have received the Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship.
Several cancellations have been made over the next few days.
He fraudulently provided bids from fictitious companies to multiple local governments for 9-1-1 equipment and storm sirens in 2011.
Obamacare is stepping up its coverage for weight-loss counseling.
To ensure your safety, street departments in the area are preparing for the impending sleet and snow.