This time of year, the Red Ryder BB Guns bring back a lot of memories for kids, both big and small.
Native American culture is a big part of Four State history. But some tribal members worry aspects of that culture will be forgotten or lost.
These days, if people want to find out the time, they look at their phone or digital watch. But years ago, there was a more classic way to tell time. Bob Phillips introduces us to one man who took time into his own hands.
Last week, Tommy Chong was eliminated in the semi-final round of "Dancing with the Stars." But Tommy isn't the only famous Chong. Years ago, there was a burro with the same name that caught a lot of attention in the Four States.
In Fort Scott, one of the most historic places is the Courtland Hotel. In this week's Phillips Files Revisited, Bob Phillips shows us how this hotel took shape.
For years, one piece of military equipment has traveled the country, giving people an up close look at WORLD WAR II history. In this week's Phillips Files Revisited, Bob Phillips takes us inside Fifi the B-29 Bomber.
If you've ever been in a store, you've probably noticed mannequins displaying clothes. Years ago, one Joplin man decided to get creative and make sure these mannequins were in top condition.
One Arkansas hotel gives visitors the chance to experience the paranormal, not just around this time of year, but any day. In this week's Phillips Files Revisited, we'll look at the legend of the Crescent Hotel.
Years ago a Diamond man helped a unique form of pottery come to life. Because of its beauty, he established quite a following. In this week's Phillips Files Revisited, Bob Phillips shows us the art of Raku pottery.
In the game of baseball, October means one thing, playoffs. In this week's Phillips Files Revisited, Bob Phillips takes a walk down memory lane with Don Gutteridge.