The City of Parsons is preparing for its Katy Days events.
Friday marks four years since the May 2011 tornado, and the Joplin Habitat for Humanity is offering a brush with kindness.
Kansas lawmakers are working to change the election schedule.
Debate on a new tax plan to help ease the budget shortfall in Kansas is scheduled to begin next week.
A local food pantry is trying new options to help out hungry families.
Freeman Health System says thank you to its EMS workers.
The International Junior Princess of Kansas visits the Ronald McDonald House.
The monthly Art Walk in Carthage is being held tonight, and this one holds a special place for a local family.
The holiday weekend means family celebrations, and extra law enforcement on area roads.
The Carthage Police Department is warning people about a recent phone scam with callers claiming to be with the IRS.
Hank previews some upcoming events in the Four State area.
Eric talks to Courtney Barnard to preview the "Will's Place Block Party," a free event coming up in Joplin. Click the link for more info!
Your Local News Today weather forecast for Friday, May 22
Shannon talks to David Hendrix and Kevin Foote about this weekend's Neosho Music Fest than benefits the Wounded Warrior Project.
Howie and Shannon mention some of our viewers birthdays!
Your Good Morning Four States weather forecast for Friday, May 22
Many people have heard of the Kansas City Monarchs, but may not know the team had ties to the Four State area.
People at Joplin's Third Thursday event were surprised by a flash mob, but one person in particular got the biggest of surprises.
Local businesses gathered Thursday night for the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce 2015 Annual Banquet.
Tomorrow marks the fourth anniversary of the Joplin tornado. While hundreds of people have gotten past the fear and other issues connected to the storm, there are still patients out there who could benefit from treatment.