Also at Missouri Southern, a half million dollar art collection has recently been found hidden in the basement of the art department.
Dozens of tourists from Norway visit Galena as they work their way down the Mother Road.
A 30 ton historic postal train car is on the move for the first time in decades and it's turning some heads.
There's been a British invasion in Carthage.
Dozens of puppies and kittens who have lost their mothers are needing your help.
It's not on many calendars, but today is National Batman Day.
A rock camp is being held this week at the Ernie Williamson Music Store in Joplin.
You've heard of Johnny Cash, the Man in Black, but Webb City now has its own man in black.
Several Carl Junction students are helping foster kids transition into a home.
Two Joplin brothers are quite thrilled after hearing they've won a Michael Jackson competition.
Several thousand fish in Neosho are getting a bath.
Several Miami students had a chance to show off their creativity at an art camp.
Many parents often leave their child with a babysitter, but how prepared is the sitter if an accident should happen?
Mowing the lawn just got a bit easier in Miami thanks to a remote control lawn mower.
It's one of the busiest travel days of the year with more than 41 million Americans expected to hit the road.
A collection of a patriotic hero is on display just in time for the 4th of July.
A new ice cream shop in Joplin is taking people back to the 1900's.
A ceremony was held this morning to mark a hundred year anniversary of one of the largest fires in Pittsburg history.
Belly dancers have invaded the Carthage square.
Joplin teachers are learning how to better use technology in the classroom.
A mysterious donor sends an envelope full of cash to an area shelter.
An area farmer is enjoying the extra rain we've seen lately on her blueberry crops.
Downtown Pittsburg is showing its love of football with a new art exhibit.
A celebration of independence was held in Joplin.
If bugs make your skin crawl, then a camp in Pittsburg may not be for you.
The Alliance of Southwest of Missouri is hosting a scavenger hunt.
Some big fish stories were being told Friday at the Neosho Fish Hatchery.
Many people often throw away their Styrofoam cup after drinking coffee, but one man is turning the cups into pieces of art.
A Carterville woman who worked with Elvis, George Burns, and Liberace is now reflecting about her years in show business.
The next piece of mail you get could be a piece of art.
A Joplin man is creating the next must have video game app on your phone.
Dozens of area teachers learn a sweet lesson plan today.
The sound of children singing "everything is awesome" could be heard coming from the Joplin Lego Camp today.
Christopher Reeve was well known for playing Superman, and even though he has passed away, he is still changing lives here in the Four States.
Today is a day that many Joplin students have been looking forward to for months, it's the last day of school.
There were 43 Truman Elementary School students who had a perfect attendance record.
An area eighth grade student is recognized for his hard work at the Boys and Girls Club.
Several hundred people went through the drive thru today, but they weren't picking up food.
An upcoming art show is spotlighting an often overlooked form of art.
The next video game you play could be designed by a Carthage teen.
The new fire station on the south side of Joplin required firefighters to undergo some training on an older piece of equipment.
Some historic homes in Joplin are getting a bit of a color makeover with a new exhibit.
The Class of 2014 signed their names and left messages of encouragement on the floor of the new school, which is still under construction.
Many kids can use an iPad before they can even read, but what about when it comes to old technology?
The students were in charge of designing an outfit to represent a country or state of their choice.
A well loved Baxter Springs teacher is retiring after four decades in the classroom.
Since this week is Hospital Appreciation Week, Freeman Health System in Joplin is recognizing two of it's longest serving employees.
A well-loved Joplin teacher is honored at his school for his dedication in the classroom and his work after the 2011 tornado.
This is the sixth year Keller Williams associates has been lending a hand to a group in need.
More than a hundred seniors attend their prom, only these seniors graduated high school decades ago.