Authorities are looking for a Hispanic male in connection to an aggravated assault against an officer.
A lot of community groups took advantage of Thursday afternoon's great weather by holding a block party.
U.S. Congressman Billy Long met with Neosho business leaders this afternoon to discuss the importance of transportation.
Car wrecks can lead to a wide range of injuries, everything from whiplash to a deadly outcome.
Summer days are ahead and many of us are making plans to hit the road. But this time of year also marks the beginning of the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers.
Joplin's Tax Increment Financing Commission makes a decision on the Main Street corridor plan.
Several residents are experiencing flooding in southern Wyandotte.
May is National Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month, and more than 30,000 people in the United States are affected by C.F.
The America Red Cross hosts its 3rd Annual Disaster Preparedness Academy at Missouri Southern State University.
Construction on the Rockdale Bridge in Miami is finally finished.
The 4th Annual Commerce Days Festival kicks off Thursday.
An area fire district hosts an open house and will raise money for a good cause.
An annual event in Carthage will have you leaving soaked in mud.
Joplin's Tax Increment Financing Commission will meet to discuss city redevelopment
Mike Landis announced Thursday that he is resigning from the Joplin School Board. Landis is the second person to step down from the board this week.
Hank, Carla and Eric look at some of their old photos for Throwback Thursday. #tbt
Shannon talks to Larry Wood, author of the new "A Concise Encyclopedia of the Ozarks," about his new book and an upcoming book signing in Joplin.
Carla and Ashley LeBlanc of Art Feeds make a project and talk about some ways to support art programs in the Joplin area.
The upcoming "Race 4 Hope" benefits breast cancer survivors, raises awareness of the disease, and works to instill hope for those affected.
Hank previews some upcoming events in the local area.