Today will be mostly sunny with a few isolated storms possible with highs in the mid 90s and winds out of the southwest at 5-10 mph. Mostly clear overnight with a low of 72.
Crowder students returning to the dorms this fall may notice some improvements to their college homes.
A man serving time for a crime committed in Joplin is killed in a Jefferson City correctional center.
Neosho city leaders bill a community improvement district 150 thousand dollars.
A Joplin nonprofit organization is asking the public for a much needed donation.
Donations to the Joplin Salvation Army during the summer typically go down, that is why organizers are asking for your help.
A new Cherokee County ordinance is aimed at cleaning up potentially hazardous properties.
A new system at the Crawford County Jail promises more money for the sheriff office and better access to inmates for family and friends.
Cherokee County sheriff deputies arrested Cynthia Evans of Columbus on Tuesday for alleged conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.
A new study ranks Freeman Health System as the 4th best hospital in Missouri.
More trees are being planted in the park at Campbell Parkway as part of the Joplin Creek Recovery Project.
The University of Missouri Extension Office creates a program to help Latinos in Southwest Missouri.
Two state highways in Newton County and one in McDonald County are scheduled for pavement sealing projects the week of July 22nd.
Vernon County Deputies arrested a couple and their daughter for stealing more than thirty one thousand dollars.
Today will be warm and humid with highs warming to the low 90s with pop-up thunderstorms possible with winds out of the southeast at 5 mph. Partly cloudy overnight with a low of 71.
Orville Mitch Goodwin of Pineville is behind bars for an attempted murder in Bella Vista.
Crowder administrators takes the first step in expanding their Webb City campus.
Some area kids need your help with supplies for the upcoming school year.
The city of Joplin is looking for a temporary project manager to help with disaster grant funds.
A Joplin business is up and running in a new location after their original facility on 20th Street was lost in the 2011 tornado.
Miami Police Chief George Haralson resigns from his position after verbally stating he would leave the department at the end of the month.
The hospital is working with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Neosho County Health Department to notify patients by mail who received a colonoscopy between January 3 and July 3 of this year.
As a part of an ongoing investigation into methamphetamine manufacturing several law enforcement agencies on working to make arrest in Baxter Springs Kansas.
Webb City police are in search of 16 year old Cheyenne Robinson who went missing Monday evening.
More than 30 riders made an 800 mile trip to New Orleans over 10 days and surpassed their goal of raising 150 thousand dollars.
A new report shows diet soda can cause the same health issues as regular soda.
Crews begin smoke testing sewer lines to detect defective plumbing throughout Parsons.
The US Army completes the land transfer of the Kansas Army Ammunition Plant to D and Z in Parsons.
The Subway on west 32nd Street in Joplin was held up at gunpoint.
The fair runs from August 9 to August 17.
Isolated showers are possible this afternoon with the greatest chance with 4:00 and 5:00 P.M. Partly cloudy with a high of 88 today. Tonight will be partly cloudy with a low near 68.
A long awaited expansion project gets underway at the Wesley House in Pittsburg.
A Webb City road construction project designed to ease traffic congestion is on schedule to be done when school starts this fall.
A man on the loose after escaping police custody Friday evening is back behind bars.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signs a bill allowing students as young as the first grade to receive training about firearms.
26th Street in Joplin from Maiden Lane to Schifferdecker will be closed to traffic as crews begin widening the road.
Dozens of city managers from across Oklahoma gather at the Coleman Theater in Miami.
Wyandotte residents will soon have a safe place to go when severe weather strikes.
Route 54 between I 49 in Nevada and Route 32 near El Dorado Springs is scheduled to be resurfaced beginning the week of July 15.
Today, more sunshine and clear skies with a high near 92. Tonight will be more comfortable with a low near 65. Sunny skies and highs in the low 90's continue through the weekend.
MODOT officials are proposing to lower the speed limit on Range Line from 45 to 40 miles per hour and now it is up to the Joplin City Council to decide.
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks provides blood for 38 hospitals in the Joplin and Northwest Arkansas areas.
Schifferdecker Pool will be closed to the public this weekend because of a swim meet.
Area musicians are coming together to support a local organization.
The Pittsburg School District has partnered with Greenbush Educational Services in Girard to offer a virtual school for kindergarten through 12th grade.
Tamko Building Products receives the Performance Vector Achievement Award.
A nonprofit foundation for child abuse and neglect prevention presents a grant to Childrens Haven in efforts to strengthen families.
Sunny skies with a high near 90. Winds from the east at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tonight will be mostly clear and cooler at 68. We'll continue to see sun into the weekend with temperatures near normal.
A Joplin man with ties to Moore, Oklahoma leads a group of church members to help rebuild his hometown.
Improvements to athletic fields around Joplin are drawing in thousands of people, and millions of dollars into the local economy.