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.
Students in Neosho got up early this morning to make their mark on a famous hill.
They're often overlooked at hospitals, but this week is National Nurses Appreciation Week.
An area church is celebrating its 45th anniversary and they've had the same pastor the whole time.
More than a thousand third graders invade the Carnie Smith Stadium in Pittsburg.
It's recommended to exercise 5 to 6 times a week for 45 minutes a day.
A well loved Joplin principal is retiring at the end of May.
It's not on many calendars, but today is National Dress as Spider-Man at Work Day.
Art comes in all shapes and sizes and it will be on display in Carthage on Friday.
Nick Zoulek visited Missouri Southern State University to teach students some of his skills.
An area couple is helping the Joplin Humane Society with their art.
Herrington Dental was hosting a free dental clinic for low income residents who don't have dental insurance.
A new display at the Joplin library will make you feel like a kid again.
More than a hundred people visited the Northpark Mall in Joplin to get free tax help Tuesday.
A new display spotlighting a well-loved local artist is getting ready to be shown to the public.
A small dog at the Joplin Humane Society isn't going to let a back injury stop her from finding a home.
South Middle School students are volunteering their time at a local center that houses families with sick children.
Looking for a job out of college can be challenging, but one area university is trying to make it easier.
There are currently 300 volunteers at Freeman Health System and they give 60,000 hours annually.
A search and rescue dog is now searching for a best seller.
Some area kindergartners now have green thumbs.
Most kids learn how to skate when they enter grade school, however, that's not the case for two young boys in Webb City.
Nearly 100 high school students visited the nursing school to learn from PSU seniors.
The Treble Makers Choir at the Carl Junction Intermediate School will be singing the national anthem at the May 3rd Springfield Cardinal game in Springfield.
More than a hundred science students had a chance to show off their hard work at an annual science fair.
Not everyone keeps the same job for decades at a time, but one man in the Four States is going for a record.
A new play begins tonight in Carthage and it's a testing the actors chops.
A Missouri Southern State University student is spending his spring break making a music video in Joplin.
Proceeds from the rummage sale will go to various charities like the Salvation Army and Bright Futures.
Chevelle Kidd has turned a dog house into a little free library, making it the second one in Carl Junction.
People started celebrating very early this morning for St. Patrick's Day.
The choir is on a six month tour of the United States.
More than a hundred future teachers had a chance to apply for their first job today in one spot.
Dozens of area students are spending the week giving back to the community.
Many of us sprang forward over the weekend, but one Carthage man is still fixing his clocks.