Roughly 70% of the student body comes from all over the world.
A Noel woman is killed after her car hits a tree.
County Clerk Don Pyle says the county has collected more revenue than expected and the extra funds will be spent on necessities.
All the money was raised during October through the Carl Junction "C.A.R.E.S." fundraising efforts.
The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors of Southwest Missouri, or NAIFA, donated $7,000 to the cerebral palsy of Tri-County.
A theatre that was destroyed in the May 2011 tornado will soon have a place of their own.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season often means bad news for drivers, this is one of the worst times of the year for wrecks on Joplin roads.
A Joplin comic book collector is showing off his unique collection that focuses on lesser known heroes.
The school collected canned goods for an entire week in order to make the donation.
District Judge Robert Fleming has scheduled David Bennett for a court appearance on December 4th in Oswego.
The first of two public focus groups met today to move forward with the search for the next Missouri Southern president.
A local program focused on helping others at Christmas is asking for help collecting wrapping paper.
The city council has approved a $39,000 contract with Advanced Correctional Healthcare.
James Russian, 56, is facing several drug charges.
The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office donated $250 to the American Cancer Society.
At Monday night's commission meeting, Parsons Mayor Kevin Cruse recognized several employees with service awards.
Council members say this comes after the event lost more than $34,000 in revenue for the city last year.
The website would allow citizens to report certain minor crimes to the police department via the internet.
The program is a federal grant which has enabled the county to purchase two foreclosed homes from local banks.
The Christmas spirit has hit the City of Pittsburg.