More and more attention is focusing on Ebola, everything from the situation in Africa to three U.S. based cases, and the Joplin area medical community is watching for any signs.
The Carthage Public Safety Committee wants to make it okay for signs to go in school crosswalks.
A new study shows the poverty rate in Kansas has declined.
Here's your chance to learn how to care for your deer harvest.
The Disabled American Veterans Joplin Chapter needs your help.
Former Royal Air Force pilots are being remembered in Miami this weekend.
The CBCO is seeing a blood shortage for hospitals in Southeast Kansas.
If you're looking for a fun trick or treat option on Halloween, you may want to visit Carthage.
The Joplin Humane Society is noticing an increase in the numbers of adoptions that are being returned.
Drivers in Columbus will now see a lower speed limit on a section of North High School Avenue.
The City of Miami is one step closer to naming the next city manager.
The McDonald County Sheriff's Office is making sure stores are checking ID's when selling alcohol.
Members of the Joplin School Board have decided to get rid of two modular units at Royal Heights Elementary School, and school staff say this is a good thing.
The Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce wants to make sure voters are informed before heading to the polls in two weeks.
The Pitt State community gathers today to remember domestic violence victims and survivors.
The final public nomination review for the Murphysburg Residential District to be added to the National Registry took place tonight.
Area quilters are sewing for a good cause.
Oklahomans will be voting on whether those holding government office should be allowed to serve in the military.
Missouri deer hunters may have an extra busy season to look forward to this year.
Joplin students get to hear a performance from an internationally traveled string quartet today