Hank is learning how to make rice crispy treats this morning at the Boys and Girls Club of SWMO and summarizes what he's learned about the "Kids Cafe Kitchen Help" program.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Monday, July 28th...cool and comfortable weather has returned with mostly sunny skies today. Highs should be below average for the week with light rain chances returning Wednesday. Click for your full forecast.
James Bench makes an appearance on Local News Today from the Veteran's Administration Medical Center to talk about an upcoming event for area Veterans.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Friday, July 25th...temps heat up this weekend but go back down again next week. A Heat Advisory is in effect through today for part of the Four States. Click for details.
Wes Franklin joins Local News today with details about the Big Spring Bluegrass and BBQ Event coming up in August.
Hank has some weekend events happening around the Four States for you and your family.
Kerstin Landwer is back again from the Wildcat Glades with more programs for kids that involve Nature's Artwork.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Thursday, July 24th...cooler with less humidity today but we've got a warm-up for the weekend. Click for details.
The birthday boy gives his Bud Light Concert Calendar.
Stacey showed Hank and Eric how to make personalized brownie sundaes for the birthday boy!
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Wednesday, July 23rd...temps are still warm today but they will be up and down over the next seven days. Click for details.
Carol Parker is with guest Bernie Thomas and she showcases the Weight Watcher's "Simple Start" plan.
Dr. Karl is taking a brief break from his summer movie series to give us a life lesson from a play he is starring in called "Shenandoah".
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Tuesday, July 22nd...temperatures will be a bit hotter today with highs in the mid to upper 90s. The heat index has expanded farther east and south to include some counties in Southwest Missouri and Northeast Oklahoma. Some storms return to the region late tonight and tomorrow. Click for details.
Some shriners are in studio this morning with details about a Shrine Bowl to benefit Shriners' Children's Hospitals.
Ashley Qualls joins us to tell everyone about this year's "Route 66 Festival" in Baxter Springs, Riverton, and Galena.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Monday, July 21st...temps heat up this week and storms return mid-week. Click for details.
Erica Wilson from the Southeast Kansas Humane Society speaks to Eric Crosswhite about a Bowl-A-Rama fundraiser.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Friday, July 18th...more sunshine will return and temps heat up. Click for details.
Hank gives you a list of weekend events in the Rotten Report this morning.
It's nearing back to school time for children and so Bright Futures is providing a two day Stuff the Bus event to help kids get ready.
Gary Stubblefield works his magic on "vertical slot cuisine" this morning on Local News Today while he explains a great cause taking place this Saturday to benefit Joplin Nala Read.
We're making puzzles out of popsicle sticks today in this week's edition of DIY Crafts with Stacey. Here's how to do this: All you need for this project is patience, craft sticks, mod podge, a 4x6 or 5x7 picture, scissors, wax paper and foam brushes. You start by cutting the picture in strips that are a little less than the width of the craft stick. Once you've cut all these you will take the picture strip and mod lodge it to the stick. You do all the sticks and let them dry for a little bit, then you'll put another coat on it to ensure they will be stuck. You lay them on the wax paper so they won't stick to the news paper since the mod lodge is actually a type of glue. It drys clear though so it doesn't mess up your picture. Once this drys you can have your kids put the puzzle lack together.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Thursday, July 17th...more clouds with occasional showers are in the forecast today. Highs could come close to record cool maximums. A warm up is expected for the weekend so click for details.
Kerstin Landwer from Wildcat Glades is back in studio with an upcoming event for Girl Scouts including fun activities like kayaking and archery.
Hank has your Four State Area Concerts in his Bud Light Concert Calendar.
The morning anchors take on the evening anchors in a canoe race plus get some safety tips from Kevin Badgley at the Missouri Department of Conservation.
Trisha Patton from the Downtown Joplin Alliance is back again with details on this month's Third Thursday event.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Wednesday, July 16th...increasing clouds today after another record cool morning. Showers return late tonight in to tomorrow. Click for your forecast.
Carol Parker is in the kitchen with Eileen Nichols of the Webb City Farmer's Market cooking an unusual potato recipe.
The summer movie series with Dr. Karl stops with a Disney movie this morning and life lessons can be gathered from "Planes: Fire & Rescue".
Hank talks to some Carthage Shriners about an upcoming Tractor & Pickup Pull to benefit the Children's Hospital Travel Fund.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Tuesday, July 15th...fall-like temps are in the forecast today with record lows possible tonight. Storm chances are in the forecast for late tomorrow so click for details.
Eric and Hank are making pottery and learning about the effects that Phoenix Fired Art has to offer.
Local News Today is live from Phoenix Fired Art learning how to make pottery.
Stacey gives the weather forecast while making pottery!
Gary Stubblefield and Kerry Kerr join Local News Today about a free Bluegrass Concert coming to Carl Junction.
Bev Sturgis is back with more gardening tips and how to handle pests that are common during this time of year.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Friday, July 11th...temps are heating up for the weekend but a cool down is expected for next week. Click for details.
Ryan Melton with Circles is providing more details about the program and how it's partnership with the United Way is helping families in our area.
Put your name on your school, work, diaper or golf bags using this Pinterest inspired idea! Items you will need: Scrapbook paper (style and color of your choice), metal tags for sturdiness, ribbon, hot glue and a glue gun, tacky glue, scissors, and a computer/printer access to print name on Microsoft word. Steps: First, cut the scrapbook paper in to small squares to be glued with tacky glue to metal plate. Choose two different kinds of paper. After you glue two kinds of paper to the metal tag, you will choose ribbon to go around the middle to separate your two colors/styles of scrapbook paper. Use hot glue because the material is thicker and stronger. Now you will also use the ribbon to put through the hole at the top because that's what you'll use to tie on your bag. Print out initials from Microsoft Word and cut out. Glue these on to a square cut from scrapbook paper (whatever color or theme you choose). Use hot glue to glue the name square to the ribbon on the center. Lastly, you can tie on to the bag of your choice.
If you're needing somewhere to go this weekend, Hank has a list of fun events happening here locally.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Thursday, July 10th...showers and storms today but turning hot and mostly sunny for the weekend. Click for your full forecast.
Hank has all the concerts coming to a location near you in his Bud Light Concert Calendar.
Patrick Tuttle has more on the Mustang Mother Road Weekend held at various locations this weekend.
Paul McGuire joins Local News Today this morning with details on how you can take part in an adoption event held for wild horses and burros.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Wednesday, July 9th...very beautiful summer conditions today but storms return again soon plus a warm-up for the weekend. Click for details.
Carol Parker is with guest Jo Manhart making a mother's classic, deviled eggs.
Bubba is back on Local News Today to talk to Hank about a series of Employer Spotlights that begins this month.
The highly anticipated "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" comes out this weekend so Dr. Karl highlights some life lessons related to the new movie.