Eric speaks with Nestor Carbonell from "Bates Motel" via satellite this morning about his role in this show.
Wade Williams is in studio to talk with Eric Crosswhite about an upcoming dodgeball tournament at Crowder College.
Eric and Hank join Stacey to learn canvas painting which is a great gift idea or decoration for your home.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Thursday, April 24th...scattered showers and storms are in the forecast today. Tomorrow looks nice but then we transition back to stormy weather by Saturday. Click for your forecast.
Kersten Landwer tells our viewers on Local News Today about some upcoming events hosted by Wildcat Glades Conservation and Audubon Center.
Kevin Badgley is in studio from the Missouri Department of Conservation with some information on Morel Mushrooms.
Hank is live at Joplin High School learning more about the Constitution Team who is about to compete in Nationals in Washington, DC.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Wednesday, April 23rd...warmer and breezier today with mostly sunny skies. Highs will warm to the upper 70s and low 80s with a south wind gusting to 30 mph at times. Increasing clouds tonight with a few isolated storms possible and a low near 60. A stormy pattern will set up starting late tonight so click for details.
Special guest, Big Al the Recycling Can, makes an appearance on Local News Today!
Hank goes live from C.M.C. Recycling in honor of Earth Day.
Dr. Karl is in studio this morning with tips on how to combat stress.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Tuesday, April 22nd...beautiful weather conditions for Earth Day with plenty of sun and highs in the low 70s. Tomorrow starts our transition day in which we will see a more active pattern for the rest of the week with showers and storms possible. Click for details.
Sweet Notes show at the Cosmopolitan Theater in Joplin. Brooke Montgomery, Callie Nuse and Caleb join Eric Crosswhite in the studio with details of the show.
Hank Rotten is Live outside with the Stang Gang showing off some Mustangs.
Scattered rain and storms pass through our area today. Click for full weather forecast.
We are joined by Nancy Allen this morning to talk about her new suspense book "The Code of the Hills".
Marvin Frost is in the Local News Today studio this morning with details on a benefit for the Wounded Warriors Foundation.
Eric, Stacey and Hank are dyeing Easter Eggs this morning on Local News Today!
Hank, Eric and Stacey show more selfies and announce the "selfie winner of the week" while dyeing Easter Eggs.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Friday, April 18th...we will be nice for most of Easter weekend with highs in the 70s, sunshine and light winds. Clouds increase with the chance for showers and storms arriving late Sunday though late Monday. Click for your full forecast.
Eric Crosswhite does a special piece on the soldiers from Camp Crowder as they do a helicopter training course.
Karla and Katlynn talk to Eric Crosswhite about their boutique which sells spiritual, uplifting apparel.
Hank brings you a list of weekend events happening in the Four States.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Thursday, April 17th...increasing clouds today with the chance for a few light showers heading in to the late afternoon and early evening. Highs will be in the low 60s with a light southeast wind. Tonight, lows drop to the upper 30s with gradual clearing. Nice tomorrow with shower chances returning for Easter. Click for details.
Trisha Patton is talking about what can be expected at this year's Third Thursday's Event.
Check out Hank's Bud Light Concert Calendar to catch the latest concerts coming to the Four States.
Kate Inman Allred joins Local News Today to kick off our brand new DIY craft segment where she teaches us how to make earrings.
Hank's Rotten Report is filled with more selfies from our viewers on this Wednesday.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Wednesday, April 16th...mostly sunny and more mild today with highs in the mid 60s. Winds will increase and gust out of the south at 35-40 mph at times. A Red Flag warning is in effect today for parts of SW MO and SE KS for high fire danger thanks to breezy and dry conditions. Rain chances exist tomorrow with better rain possibilities Sunday. Click for your forecast.
Stacey explains the Blood Moon and Total Lunar Eclipse while Hank describes witnessing this early this morning.
We've got more selfies to show during Hank's Rotten Report.
Some cast members from "The Little Mermaid Jr" are in studio talking about their upcoming performances at South Middle School beginning tonight!
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Tuesday, April 15th...we tied a record low late last night for yesterday of 28 degrees and again early this morning of 26 degrees. After a cool start, we warm to the mid to upper 50s for highs with plenty of sun and light west winds. Clear and chilly once again tonight with lows in the mid 30s. Click for your extended forecast.
Lindsay Plumberg from Easter Seals Midwest Autism Services tells Eric Crosswhite about some upcoming activities in honor of Autism Awareness Month.
Bubba is in studio this morning with details about summer job opportunities through Voices of Youth.
Hank, Eric and Stacey are talking more selfies this morning during the Rotten Report.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Monday, April 14th...much colder today with cloudy and dreary skies. Temps will be in the 30s through most of the day with the chance for more showers mixing with some snow. No accumulation is expected though. Winds will be brisk and blustery out of the northwest. Near record lows are expected tonight with a Freeze Warning and widespread frost possible. Click for your full forecast.
Brent Alan Erwin joins us this morning from the Medicine H.A.T. Ranch in Carthage to talk about an upcoming fundraiser to benefit Horse Assisted Therapy.
Kevin Badgley from the Missouri Department of Conservation takes Eric Crosswhite out to learn how to pattern a shotgun and all the safety measures that go with this process.
Hank heads out to Webb City to hang out with the folks in charge of helping with Springtime on Broadway.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Friday, April 11th...a few clouds are anticipated today with the possibility for a few isolated showers and storms although most of us will stay dry through Sunday. Highs will be in the upper 70s today with lighter winds. A strong system will bring decent rain chances and the possibility of strong storms to the region Sunday. Much cooler temperatures with the potential for frost will follow. Click for your forecast.
Eric Crosswhite talks to some folks from the Neosho Rotary Club who are in studio to give more information about a magic show to benefit CASA for children who are victims of abuse.
Hank heads out live to Roper Kia in Joplin to talk to the United Way and Children Center about a fundraiser to bring awareness to child abuse plus a Toy Drive hosted by Roper Kia.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Thursday, April 10th...another nice day expected with highs in the upper 70s and low 80s with breezy conditions. Winds will gust to 40 mph at times with mostly sunny skies. A chance for storms arrive late tonight in to tomorrow with more stormy weather for late in the weekend. Click for details.
Hank has an extensive list of concerts in his Bud Light Concert Calendar.
Hank has a list of indoor and outdoor events taking place this weekend around the Four State region.
Charity Barwick is in studio this morning informing our viewers about the details of an upcoming Rhea Lana sale in Joplin.
Kevin Badgley explains the basics of Turkey Hunting during this morning's Missouri Conservation segment.
KSN Local News Today Weather Forecast for Wednesday, April 9th...a beautiful spring day is in store for today with a chilly start but highs warming to the 70s. After starting out in the 30s you'll definitely want those layers today. We turn unsettled once again for the weekend so click for details.
Haley Reardon is in studio this morning with details about the Crowder Evening of Jazz presented by KSN at the Neosho Civic Center.