Celebrity Chef Paula Deen and Professional Fisherman Jimmy Houston, were in Jasper Saturday to support a good cause.
The Jasper County University Missouri Extension Office is working to make child care better in the area.
All money raised will go to American Cancer Society.
School Board will move into the former Memorial Education Center at the end of May.
Local realtors kickstart the home buying season with the first annual "Biggest Open House Weekend."
A private development company is asking for help with a south Joplin retail project that could attract some big box stores.
A new law in Oklahoma works to alleviate a teacher shortage throughout the state.
It helps makes the Four States lush and green in the spring, but rain can be in short supply when summer hits. Now a local school is storing up those rainy days to help when everything dries out.
A Southeast Kansas man is running to help fight the battle against cancer.
Galena residents have been placed under a boil advisory after not having water access for the entire day.
A 17-year-old high school student is behind bars after investigators say he raped a fellow student while at school.
Joplin's mayor officially declares May 1st as Con-Way Truckload True to the Troops Day.
For many of us, spring means it's time to plant our garden. In one local community, doing just that is being used to bring residents together.
Third grade students in Southeast Kansas spend the day learning outside of the classroom.
A new study shows eating more protein can support weight loss.
Artistic kids are showing off their hard work on a new mural.
Carl Junction will hold a citywide spring cleanup on Saturday.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College receives a large donation from the Masonic Charity Fraternity of Oklahoma.
The community is encouraged to bring pasta dishes to the farmers market on Saturday, May 2nd.
Area kids will want to get their fishing poles ready for Saturday morning.