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.
City crews will be picking up rubbish and discarded items curbside on April 28th, 29th, and 30th.
The family of Brooke Russell is suing the City of Joplin, Joplin Police Department, and two police officers for damages.
Southwest Missouri Bank donated one hundred thousand dollars to the Carthage R-9 School Foundation.
A military veteran is using hot dogs as a way to make money this summer.
The Pittsburg City Commission has accepted a six month extension for the Stilwell Hotel renovations.
The Missouri Department of Transportation wants to remind motorists to pay extra attention for farm equipment when crossing state roadways.
Governor Jay Nixon announces a multi-million dollar manufacturing expansion in Nevada.
Investigators say neighbors were in a dispute.
Carrie Njoroge, 29, of Oronogo, resigned from her position with the Webb City School District on Friday.
The Pittsburg City Commission held a study session on the Public Safety Sales Tax and a regular scheduled meeting tonight.
Governor Sam Brownback signs a bill that will give more money to Kansas school districts, but could also affect teachers.
They planted 80 seedlings around the biology pond and in empty fields around the buildings.
College students nationwide take part in a community service project called "Big Event" every year.