Stephany Pace and her fiance Jason Kelley recount how their marriage-proposal video became one of four finalists in a contest to win a honeymoon to the Virgin Islands.
Helen Hale of Faithful Friends and John Dolence of the Neosho Sprint Triathlon explain how the event benefits the animals.
Dr. Ben Leavens explains the phenomenon called "submissive urination," which is common especially among very young dogs.
Lindsey Neddenriep of Ozarks Food Harvest outlines which Panera Bread menu items will result in a percentage donation when ordered on Friday, March 14.
Dr. Lydia Kaume and intern Alicia Osborne debunk four commonly-held beliefs about nutrition.
Freeman Health Essentials Director Melinda Brown shows some safety tools and sleep-assistance devices.
Steve Graddy and Nancy Hutson talk about the annual fundraiser, which will take place at Downstream Casino.
Camille Midcap explains how Freeman Health System and partner agencies including the Area Agency on Aging, Access Family Care, Barton County Memorial Hospital, and Mercy Hospital will host a statewide sign-up event at multiple locations this Saturday.
Cary Beasley of the Joplin Chamber shows several murals that were commissioned with the proceeds from previous years' events.
Steve Reed talks about the showcase, in which technology students get to show their skills.
Angie Hicks gives tips on when it's better - and safer - to hire a professional.
Pesto Mayonnaise is a key player in this winning little sandwich.
Ann uses the acronym B.O.L.D. to illustrate her point about moving forward.
John Hunter of Atlas Safe Rooms talks about the many sizes of tornado shelters available.
The actress talks via satellite with Philip about losing her father to a rare disease, and the pain of wrong diagnoses shortening his life.
Melanie talks with exhibitor Susan Boyer of ABC Supply, who brought the Pink Panther along.
Jennafer Johnson points out some lesser-known pitfalls and strategies to help women retire safely and comfortably.
Melanie talks with Cameo Harrington about the variety of vendors at the show.
Ashley Cox and Akaysha Mitchell talk with Melanie about the prestigious cheer competition for which their group has qualified, and the fundraisers that will help them make the trip.
Becky Gray of SEK-CAP talks about the closing of a shelter for homeless families with children under the age of 18.
Shelby Bates explains the contest, in which viewers can win a Wal-Mart gift card.
Tara Horinek previews the event at Chatter's in Pittsburg.
George Andrews of Lowe's shows off some quick and easy projects using paints designed to impart a "distressed" look n a short time.
Joplin's own Kenny Foster gets a shot at a GoDaddy start-up sponsorship for his new business, but the catch is, he has to give it to racing star Danica Patrick, as she drives him three laps at 125 miles per hour.
Catherine Hart explains that the recycling would be just as easy as putting out the trash - no sorting.
Karl issued a challenge on Twitter to send him your most epic "date fail," and he shares the results with Melanie.
Lori Jones and Heather Scott explain how the series of free workshops came about, and who can benefit.
Philip Mitchell interviews the groundbreaking athlete, who was the only American woman to finish in the top 10 in this, the first Olympic games to allow women to compete in ski jumping.
Melanie's new favorite app is helping her get better quality sleep by timing her occasional wakeups to occur during light, not heavy REM, sleep.
Brian Fronzaglia, Artistic Director for ProMusica, talks with Gary about the upcoming concert.
Dave Wagner looks at the day's upcoming events, including the start of women's figure skating.
Agronomist Jay Chism shows why pruning can make or break a tree.
Aaron explains that a generic question like "How was your day?" can actually impede good communication.
Melanie talks with Children's Librarian Jeana Gockley about the monthly event, in which children read books to certified therapy dogs, who are very good listeners.
Neile Jones and Tim Kelchner talk about their experiences covering the Olympic Games.
Trisha Patton talks about several galleries that will have indoor events on Thursday night.
Our team in Russia reports that they barely need jackets in the Olympic village.
Melanie talks with comedian Mark Malkoff about the week he spent without his phone.
Jo Mueller previews the popular membership & recruitment event.
Gary dips strawberries alongside the Honorable Melodee Colbert-Kean, Mayor of Joplin.
Visitors to Sochi speculate on why so few Americans are attending this year's Olympic games.
Dr. Jeffrey Grill explains that a cooperative arrangement with Children’s Mercy Kansas City will bring pediatric specialists to a Joplin clinic, rather than the children and their families having to make the long trip to see the doctors.
Gary is live on location where berries are being dipped, striped, boxed, and sold.
Kind hearts called law enforcement and animal rescue when they witness neglection, starvation, and abandonment...
FFAA of Neosho is opening a thrift store to fund their animal rescue/rehoming efforts...
Terry Hicklin breaks down the numbers of shifts that will be working to fill orders by February 14th.
Reporter Neile Jones explores and open-air market a few minutes from the Olympic Village.
Sergeant Rusty Rives gives some background on the reasons for the roundabout, and how to best get around them.
Gary Stubblefield previews the event, which combines high-caliber area jazz bands with works by local artists.
Neile Jones and Tim Kelchner report on the excitement building in Sochi for tonight's opening ceremonies.
Bubba Evansco tells Gary about an innovative program to help working students get their diplomas.
Duane Neumeyer shares why fishing lures become collectibles.
Justin Thomas shows the clay containers by a local artisan, in which your bouquet can be delivered.
Lori Jones explains a program that's a big problem-solver for working parents whose kids suddenly get a day off from school.
Meg Bourne Hulsey explains the fundraiser, and what those dollars pay for.
Cynthia Schwab is the founder of Pro Musica, which brings some extremely high-caliber musicians to Joplin. Julie Beatty is a board member of Pro Musica, and they are both here to tell us about the upcoming free concert of the "Chatham Baroque Trio."
Gary waxes enthusiastic about the file-storage site, which makes it easy to access photos and other files on all your devices.
Nils Ranum gives some history of the venerable battalion, and previews an upcoming fundraiser.
Russ Hopper shows how two kinds of solar panels work, and what applications are suited to them.
Patrick Tuttle talks with Gary about the upcoming 125th birth anniversary of Thomas Hart Benton, and the competition of 11th- and 12th-grade student art in the master's honor.
Wendi Douglas previews a night that includes "Cheeseburgers in Paradise" and a concert by a local musician who plays songs loved by Parrot Heads.
Alan Brady of Conway Truckload tells about his experiences with Jobfest, and how he's finding qualified candidates and interviewing them on the spot.
Valerie Searcy urges students and their families to nominate deserving teachers.
"Bubba" Evansco and the Job Genie explain how the job fair works, and how it has already been a success.
Charles Parker previews his Chautauqua-style portrayal of legendary "mountain man" John Colter.
This year's theme is Mardi Gras, and the annual fundraiser is a favorite of many participants.
Randon Coffey of MSSU and Sharon Clark of Hope 4 You Breast Cancer Foundation explain how the auction works, and who benefits from the funds raised.
Ruth Sawkins tells about the annual event, which has something for all age groups and skill levels.
Jennafer Johnson uses football as an analogy for prudent investment strategies.
Philip Mitchell talks via satellite with two members of the first American team for the new event.
Kathi Olson talks about the important work the Children's Center does for abused kids, and the annual fundraiser that's become very popular.
John Bennett talks with Melanie about the event, which brings together outdoors men of similar interests.
Shelby and Melanie take a crack at some of the football trivia questions.
Gary Stubblefield and Gary Bandy compare notes on their first Little Golden Books.
Children's Librarian Jeana Gockley explains the importance of very young children interacting with their parents.
Many agencies band together to match those with time to volunteer with groups that need help.
Ahmad Enayati and Andrea Nwagwu preview tomorrow's fundraiser for the symphony.
Shelby Bates and her son Tyler advise viewers to enter the contest soon, as the deadline is approaching.
Our own car aficionado Philip Mitchell talks with James Bell of GM, who points out some of the new features on this year's models.
Education Director Chris Pistole previews two fun, educational events at the nature center.
Alicia West of Mercy Hospital previews an upcoming set of classes for parents, whose children will be entertained while they attend.
Josh Shackles previews this Thursday's event, which focuses on local artists and galleries.
Kerstin Landwer and Lee Radcliff talk with Melanie about how the contest began, and that photographers of all ages and skill levels can be published.
Southwest Regional Director Jay Chism gives a history lesson on this, the 100th year of the University of Missouri Extension Service.
"Perfect Timing" Author Dan Chiodo explains some memory devices to help you retain people's names.
We've been having a lot of fun with online "life hacks," and today we've got one that might just inspire you to break out your credit card and buy something. This "Buzzfeed" article is entitled "Insanely clever gifts you'll want to keep for yourself." Let's take a look and see if we agree.
Sergeant Rusty Rives gives reasons for a reduction in crash statistics, and the reasons the majority of them happen.
Sherry Noller details inexpensive seminars that help new business owners get a plan together.
Wendi Douglas chats with Jessica about live entertainment and art classes to fit any age.
Mary Anne Phillips announces new hours that accommodate more participants, and that the center now accepts used cooking oil.
Dr. C.J. Huff talks with Gary about the vast numbers of people who have worked to bring these events to fruition.
Mercy Hospital is offering a free set of classes to help you deal with the challenges and maintain your health.
Jessica and Melanie examine some items that not everyone knows are recyclable.
Teen Librarian Cari Rerat shows that you might already be reading more than you think.
Gary and Melanie take a look back at some of the most memorable segments of the show.
Melanie shows Gary how to make a New Year's party favor that produces its own celebratory sounds.
Angie Hicks points out some of the pitfalls of signing a contract for a gym membership.
Jo Mueller shows some of the remarkable pictures from past competitions, and calls for new entries by the January 5th deadline.
Patrick Tuttle explains why Joplin is adding this landmark and "photo op" for visitors from around the world who drive the original Route 66.
Pamela Roychaudhury lists some of the many services her office provides without cost to the client.
Kirstie Smith details the wide scope of businesses that will be showcasing, and reveals a very special guest who will attend.
Michael Barry shows the anchors a few wrestling moves, and a video of him taking a nasty fall.
Gary Stubblefield shows a few of the toys, mostly from the 1960's, that are on display at the Carl Junction Community Center.
Tim Metcalf announces the winner of the Snow White sculpture.
Melanie and Tim show off the elaborately sculptured figurine that will be given away during today's show, and explain how visitors entered the contest to win it.
Melanie meets Precious Moments Marketing Coordinator Tim Metcalf, who tells us about the elaborate decorations the staff has prepared.
Santa drops by to chat with Philip and Melanie before beginning his annual rounds.
Carol visits with Debbie Dance Uhrig, author of a new cookbook.
The anchors take a run at some trivia questions involving holiday songs, movies, and traditions.
Dr. Karl draws life lessons from a journey with many detours.
TV personality Alan Thicke chats via satellite with Philip.
Chet Fritz tells Melanie about the holiday meal, which has become a destination for many on Christmas day.
Melanie instructs Philip in a simple but fun project that anyone would enjoy receiv
Aaron explains how humility enhances relationships, from being a boss to being married.
Shelby Bates talks about the Web site's contest pages.
A look back at the season, and clips of the final three contenders.
Jo Mueller shows some of the one-of-a-kind gifts available at Spiva's gift shop.
Dr. John Groesbeck discusses the non-traditional structure for both credit and non-credit classes to help individuals start small businesses.
Former contestants Matthew Schuler and James Wolpert about what the show means to them.
Local Coordinator Paula Mitchell and her son Dustin talk with Gary about the gifts they need most.
Kerstin Landwer is joined by Jan Garoutte, who won a day with Gary in a fundraising auction.
Jill Campbell explains that the regular market is closed for the winter, but many vendors will take orders for delivery.
Education Director Chris Pistole explains the vital information the bird count provides, and tells about a Kids' Bird Count coming up soon.
Melanie chats with Mrs. O'Neal, who is helping search for moms to whom scholarships will be awarded.
Artistic Director Kaye Lewis talks about the student production, which is taken from the classic Dr. Seuss book.
Melanie meets several artisans whose work will be for sale tomorrow.
Melanie talks with store owner Heather Orscheln, who shows some of the great variety available.
Daisy Crawford chats with Gary about this year's event, which has many changes and a very special addition.
Paula Moore tells of the need for blood as Christmas nears and holiday travel increases.
Darth Vader and a Storm Trooper explain the toy drive.
Dr. Leavens explains the difference between dangerous substances that can poison your pet and others that might just give them tummy troubles.
Firefighter Shannon Branham explains the time frame for families to apply for help with Christmas gifts, and how viewers can pitch in.
Artist Linda Lindquist Baldwin preps for her annual celebration, where she'll autograph her original works for buyers.
Shelby Bates enumerates the savings that can be found daily.
Dr. Sue explains what each kind of flu vaccine does, and who should receive them.
Gary meets client Nicholas Willis, who shows off some of his riding accomplishments.
Devin Gorman previews the free calendar, which comes out later this week.
Gary talks with Shelly McColm and Vallerie Sweeton about how riding therapy helps their clients.
Gary introduces some of the staff and lets viewers in on Stacey Garvilla's adventuresome past.
Sergeant Rusty Rives talks about the most important aspects of driving safely on roads impacted by snow, ice, and freezing rain.
Dewey Sheets announces two winners.
Ann gives tips on how to keep the holiday season from becoming something you dread.
Pastor Shane Munn explains how the project has grown to serve every foster child in Jasper County.
Don Greenlee explains the process of becoming a mentor, and details the need for volunteers.
Kerstin Landwer shows some of the unusual gifts available in the Heron's Nest gift shop, and tells about discounts available this weekend.
Gary and Melanie draw the winning name from all who emailed or posted Facebook comments, sharing what they are thankful for.
Angie Hicks explains how to hire a company to deal with whole-house disasters like flooding or smoke.
Dr. Karl continues his series on teaching moments in popular films.
Melanie talks via satellite with supermarket guru Phil Lempert.
Chamber Executive Director Rob O'Brian explains what even incumbents can learn about running a campaign that is financially transparent, and other important aspects of running for office.