Rhonda Gorham, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Missouri, shares details about their annual Club Comingo fundraising event.
Carl Junction Postmaster Sharon Clark has been selling the Breast Cancer Research Stamp for the past six years. A portion of every stamp sold will go to cancer research.
Right Choices Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch LLC. in Southwest City is preparing for its 9th season.
The new director of the Wesley House in Pittsburg, Marcee Binder, tells us how Christmas is one of the busiest times of year for the food pantry and how you can help out.
Paul Bloomberg with the Joplin Parks Department tell us all about a old fashion hayride and campfire, happening this Friday in Joplin!
Shelby Bates talks about a local business showcases and how viewers can research businesses before they buy.
Leah Rush joins us for another Beauty by Leah skin care tip! Today, we're talking about the importance of a nightly skin care routine.
Meridith Lynn with House of Hope in Joplin tells us all about a upcoming fundraiser.
We're not even to Halloween yet, but the City of Joplin needs your help to celebrate Christmas!
Find out all about a local health fair that might leave you breathing easier.
Maple Leaf Festival and Parade Chair Jeanine Poe shares details about all of the weekend's events.
Maple Leaf Queen Danielle Myers and her court discuss the Maple Leaf royalty pageants and the court's responsibilities.
Marilyn Cleary talks about the 34th Annual Carthage Maple Leaf Car Show.
Neely Myers from the Carthage Chamber of Commerce shares details about the annual Maple Leaf Festival and Parade.
Just in time for Halloween, Chris Pistole of Wildcat Glades Conservation and Audubon center shares details about owls, bats and spiders.
Estella Osborn from the Newton County A&M Society talks about their 1st Annual Fall Gathering.
Bubba Evansco and The Job Genie share details on sponsorship and getting ready for Job Fest 2015.
Sgt. Rusty Rives of the Joplin Police Department gives tips for keeping kids safe in traffic on Halloween Night.
Shelby Bates shares details about the No-Texting Zone on the KSN website and mobile app.
Trisha Patton of the Downtown Joplin Alliance shares details about October's Third Thursday event on Main Street in Joplin.
James Whitford, Director of Watered Gardens Rescu Mission, shares details about the upcoming "Breaking Free from Welfare" Seminar at Ozark Christian College.
Nicholas Gilmore, Artistic Director of Heartland Opera Theatre, discusses the upcoming production of "La Traviata."
Meg Bourne-Hulsey, Director of Art Feeds, shares details about "Word Vomit," a night of storytelling for grown-ups.
Mark Williams talks about the Fall Bride Ride, a progressive wedding venue tour.
Doug Eggelston of the Joplin Trails Coalition shares details about the 4th Annual Route 66 Mother Road Bicycle Tour.
Amy Wilhite from the Barton County Chamber of Commerce shares details about the upcoming Wyatt Earp's Fallfest coming to Lamar, Missouri.
Guy Voltz of Cell Phone Medics shares some tips and warnings for people who are looking to buy a used cell phone from a private individual.
Tiffany Falley from Martin Luther School in Joplin talks about the annual Spaghetti Day Fundraiser.
Robert and Rebecca Ensor share details about the upcoming program "Idealizing America: Norman Rockwell and Irving Berlin," a musical program presented in conjunction with Spiva Center for the Arts' Norman Rockwell exhibit.
Shelby Bates shares details on receiving email and text alerts concerning contests and other events featured on the KSN website and mobile app.
It's the month of Halloween, but don't let yourself become spooked by things outside your control.
It's been a Lawrence County tradition for nearly 50 years now, and it's coming back to Mount Vernon this weekend!
Irelys Martinez and Christy Hext talk about Scoots Car Show to help a young boy battling a brain tumor.
Shelby Bates visits with Landon Adams and Randon Coffey of Missouri Southern State University about Homecoming Weekend and the Paint the Town Green and Gold Contest.
Dr. Ben Leavens from Main Street Pet Care is in the studio today to talk about Veterinary Behaviorist Dr. Sophia Yin, and her tips for training dogs.
Wes Franklin, the events coordinator for the City of Neosho, talks about a fall tradition returning to Newton County this week.
Erica Wilson from the Southeast Kansas humane society shares details about the upcoming Catwalk and Cocktails to benefit Pawprints on the Heartland.
Wendy Belden talks about the 25th annual Winefeast to benefit Ozarks Public Television.
Barry Linduff shares details about Joplin's upcoming Oktoberfest and Kids' Fest.
Country music legend Leroy Van Dyke shares details about the upcoming Country Gold Show at Missouri Southern State University.
Duane Dreiling and Shirley Mutz talk about the fundraising campaign to benefit the United Way of Southwest Missouri & Southeast Kansas.
Local artist Duke Mason shares details about the upcoming Country Gold Show at Missouri Southern State University.
Shaun Conroy of Spiva Center for the Arts discusses Norman Roackwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers, on display now in the Spiva Art Gallery.
Chandra Halliburton and Kathy Page share details about the upcoming Walk to End Alzheimer's.
Bubba Evansco from the Workforce Investment Board shares details about a job fair for 35 open positions with Express Scripts.
Shelby Bates shows us how to wim tickets to see the Doobie Brothers live in concert at Downstream Casino Resort.
Rhonda Gorham, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Missouri, shares details about the Coats for Kids Drive with Buffalo Wild Wings.
Dr. Karl Wendt shares details about the upcoming production of "39 Steps" at Stone's Throw Dinner Theatre.
The Byers Avenue United Methodist Church Fall Fiasco Players talk about the annual Fall Fiasco Dinner Theater.
Rachel Deyo of National Disaster Photo Rescue shares details about the upcoming Save Your Photos Day.