Melanie gives us some tips for reducing the cost of a wedding day.
Jeremy Rabe, the FYI Guy, shows us another creative decoration to make with melted crayons.
Brad Belk from the Joplin Museum Complex shares some tips for creating and preserving a family time capsule.
Carol Parker is joined in the kitchen by the Director of Food Services and the Executive Chef at Indigo Sky Casino.
Chris Pistole of Wildcat Glades Conservation and Audubon Center discusses what to do if you encounter baby animals in your yard.
Jeremy Rabe, the FYI Guy, shows us a creative and inexpensive way to make a Glam Glitter Candle.
Dr. Ben Leavens of Main Street Pet Care tells us how to keep your puppy from inappropriate biting.
Food Columnist Cheryle Finley joins Carol Parker in the kitchen to talk about a new cookbook and the Taste of Home Cooking School.
Melanie shares some great tips for home buyers on this week's edition of Angie's List.
Jeannette Royle and Jenna Garretson of Tropical Tan show us some options and techniques for getting the perfect tan.
Melanie & Gary show us some handy and helpful apps for busy moms with active families.
Financial Advisor Jennafer Johnson gives us some tips for "spring cleaning" our financial investment strategies.
On this week's Angie's List, Melanie shares tips for saving money on your next rental car.
Our own Pinterest Queen, Melanie Huonker, shows us a great new project for spring!
Melanie's interview with actor, Dermot Mulroney, of the new NBC series "Crisis."
Chef Damien Tiregol of Crabby's Seafood Bar & Grill makes a delicious avocado and egg salad.
Carol Parker is joined in the kitchen by Mike Wiggins, owner of Granny Shaffer's Family Restaurant, as he whips up a delicious homemade apple pie.
On this week's Angie's List, we'll tell you which musical instruments may be right for your kids.
Melanie Huonker, the Pinterest Queen, shows us how to make a great home decoration just in time for Easter.
Chef Damien Tiregol from Crabby's Seafood shows us how to make Zucchini and Mahi Mahi skewers.
Chef Damien Tiregol prepares one of his signature dishes, with a spicy salad as a counterpoint.
Carol chats with Executive Chef Dwight Loftus and owner Geof Smith, who show off a few of their specialties.
Melanie shows Gary a recipe for a soothing lip balm, and he declares it better than store-bought.
Chef Damien Tiregol welcomes guest chef Maddox Lesmeister, who helps tell viewers about Crabby's Mardi Gras fundraiser for the Children's Miracle Network.
Jo Manhart shows how easy it is to get great results when cracking a few eggs.
Angie Hicks details the need to have your valuables appraised for insurance purposes, and issues some warnings about how to go about it.
Chef Damien makes the salad the star of this show, which elevates the fish to the next level of flavor.
The relocated-to-New York) Tonight Show kicks off tonight, and resumes after the Olympics.
Angie Hicks outlines what colors of paint are being used to give homes a facelift.
Chef Cari shows a simple method for making your own roasted peppers and saving a bundle.
Angie Hicks dispels some mattress myths and gives advice on the buying process.
Melanie shows Gary how to make heart-shaped bacon bites.
Dr. Ben Leavens explains that "marking" is a leading cause of small dogs being returned to shelters, and later being put to death because they are harder to place.
Our good friend George Andrews from Lowe's shows us how to turn old containers into beautiful home decor.
Ever try the Chicago style hot dog with tomatoes, pickles and celery salt? It's not just for the windy city any more, here's Chef Cari from the Food Channel.
Chef Damien prepares Cajun Crab Dip, and shows off his Thai-influenced shrimp toasts.
Vicki Mays shows a simple recipe that's great for dipping while watching the big game.
Angie Hicks goes over a checklist of items to do -- and not to do -- to not be taken in by an unqualified or crooked contractor.
Chef Damien creates a deceptively simple fresh salsa that can go with many meats.
Angie Hicks shows that government regulations are forcing a change to compact fluorescents and LED's for home use.
Chef Cari shows how to whip up a flavorful sauce in your food processor.
Melanie uses flameless candles and Mod-Podge to create a whimsical yet elegant centerpiece.
Our first (but not our last, we hope) guest chef who gets it done without turning on the stove.
Chef Damien Tiregol brings his A game with these light, but incredibly flavorful appetizers.
Joplin Globe Columnist Mike Pound shares some of his chili-making secrets.
Angie Hicks explains what to look for in a wallpapering professional.
Gary and Melanie look at some inventive ways to remove clutter and create serene spaces.
Gary picks up the gauntlet and does a respectable job creating a nice lighted centerpiece.
Chef Damien is back in the Living Well kitchen! He is preparing a healthy dish for the new year, shrimp piccata.
Gary and Shelby take a look at some cool ideas for storage and home decor.
Carol welcomes Penny and Stewart Johnson, and learns how a takeoff on the Monte Cristo sandwich is made.
Lots of people make "getting organized" one of their New Year's resolutions. Here are some great ideas for storage and organization, and none of them will leave you broke.
Dr. Ben Leavens is the head honcho at Main Street Pet Care, and he has seen his share of Christmas puppies. Today he's going to give us a crash course in keeping that new pup happy and healthy.
Chef Damien really tops himself with this blissful, comforting dish.
Jo Manhart shows Carol how to make a crepe, and how to stack a dozen of them into an appetizer sandwich.
Chef Cari whips up a flavorful dip to go with veggies or chips.
Chris Pistole has tips for rescuing young trees from ice damage, and also for making wildlife-friendly brush piles from fallen branches.
Chef Cari shows a sparkly holiday spin on a popular cocktail.
Angie Hicks discusses the tax benefits of making your home more energy-efficient.
Jennafer Johnson explains that small contributions to savings and retirement funds really add up.
Philip and Melanie check out some of the next big trends in kitchen gadgets.
Chef Damien shows how to put more sizzle into a traditional chop.
Agronomist Jay Chism shares tips on keeping the traditional holiday flowers blooming.
Restaurant owner and Joplin Mayor Melodee Colbert-Kean demonstrates her cornbread-making abilities.
Chef Cari shows how easily the traditional recipe can be adapted to include various fruits.
Melanie shows Gary a craft that's elegant enough for a centerpiece, but takes only a few minutes to assemble.
Chef Damien prepares Gary's favorite seafood in a colorful and nutritious dish
Patterson demonstrates how to achieve "smoky eyes" and a cohesive holiday look.
Angie Hicks details some of the service providers whom one might consider tipping -- and how much.
Chef Cari shows how simply you can make a restaurant-quality treat.
Chef Damien makes a deceptively simple breakfast or brunch dish that is packed with flavor.
Carol welcomes Cheryl Romas, who shows her how to make a cheese ball.
Angie Hicks spells out how important it is to make your expectations known.
Chef Cari shows that a barbecue grill isn't the only way to get your sizzle on.
Assistant Manager George Andrews of the Joplin Lowes shows off several projects that were deceptively easy.
Chef Damien has a couple of twists on the traditional dish, including a secret ingredient.
Eileen Nichols of the Webb City Farmers' Market shows a savory preparation for butternut squash.
Chef Cari empowers viewers to make their own BBQ sauce from scratch.
Melanie jazzes up an old TV tray with paint and stencils.
Chef Dale Davis is promoted to Food & Beverage Manager, and shows off one of the items for the buffet.
Melanie shows Gary the simple method of attaching cinnamon sticks to candles to create a rustic yet elegant display.
Melanie talks via satellite with bloggers Elsie Larson And Emma Chapman about easy-to-make yet personal holiday gifts.
Chef Damien creates a flavorful relish that will enhance pork as well as many kinds of fish.
Executive Chef Gary Jones of Crowder College shows some festive finger food.
Chef Cari shows a simple process for making your own delectable treats.
Angie Hicks gives some handy tips on how to use professionals to preserve photos and home movies in digital form.
Chef Damien prepares a decadent excuse for grown-ups to eat their vegetables.
Suzie Shank of the Missouri Egg Board shows a sumptuous recipe that can also be made into cupcakes.
Raphael Seth previews some of the new DVD releases hitting stores this week.
Angie Hicks shows how leaves and other debris in your gutters and downspouts can cause expensive damage over time.
Chef Cari shows how to combine traditional breakfast ingredients with chorizo and cilantro to create a flavorful breakfast that's also portable.
Melanie shows Gary how to put some home-team spirit into a craft project.
Chef Damien Tiregol puts a Crabby's spin on the classic Reuben.
Carol welcomes Linda Unser, one of the hosts of a chocolate festival, who shows us a new spin on s'mores.
Angie Hicks points out the benefits of buying new.
Chef Cari shows how to make Caesar dressing from scratch, and pairs it with Romaine lettuce and homemade croutons.
Eric shows Gary why saving seeds from store-bought produce probably won't get you the results you want.
Melanie is challenging Gary with a pinterest project -- a do-it-yourself centerpiece.
Jill Campbell of the Pittsburg Farmer's Market shows a rich soup and some delectable sweets, all made with items from the Farmer's Market.
Based on a true story of a haunted house, "The Conjuring" is one of several big-release films out on DVD.
Chef Cari shows how to lose some of the saturated fat but keep the flavor in this classic pasta dish.
Melanie shows Gary how to create edible witches' hats and broomsticks.
Jay Chism shows that tulips and pansies can not only survive the winter, but thrive in the spring if planted now.
Chef Damien takes the down-home staple to another level.
Mike Wiggins shows Carol the basics of making homemade pumpkin pie.
Angie Hicks & Co. have helpful hints on making sure your furry family member is well cared for in your absence.
Chef Damien Tiregol shows a simple but luscious version of the classic cheesecake.
Carol welcomes Frank Reiter, who whips up a German potato salad in honor of Oktoberfest.
Angie Hicks gives some nuts and bolts about how long furnaces last, and what's involved in picking out a new one.
Chef Cari shows a simple cookie that is perfect for dunking.
Melanie shows how to turn a glass pumpkin into a work of art.
Chef Dwight Loftus and Owner Donnie Bennett show some of the popular lunch and dinner items.
Tom Black creates an autumn arrangement while telling Melanie about some of the many classes offered in the Community Education program.
Jennafer Johnson uses farming as an analogy to wise investment practices.
Melanie shows Gary how to get in touch with his inner Martha Stuart, and the results are impressive.
Chef Damien whips up a recipe that will melt the heart of the most die-hard vegetable hater.
Angie Hicks shows what not to do when putting in a new tree.
The Freeman Hospital chef shows Carol how dramatically the hospital's cafeteria service has been revamped.
Chef Cari demonstrates how to make a show-stopping dinner with simple ingredients.
Lowe's Assistant Store Manager George Andrews shows several solutions to the same storage problem.
Master Gardener Dennis Neil explains that what you do in the fall will directly affect how your garden grows in the spring.
Angie Hicks shows what can happen when a contractor does work that's not up to code.
The Gourmet Guru Chef Damien is in the kitchen. He's ready to whip up one of his patented quick, easy and tasty recipes!
Chef Damien combines traditional Thai cuisine flavors with a light salad to make a speedy entree.
Chef Damien puts his own spin on the classic, multicultural meat pie.
Pointers on how to find a costly leak, and how to shop for a plumber.
Crabby's Executive Chef Damien Tiregol explains how to make a gourmet fish dinner.
Jill Campbell of the Pittsburg Farmer's Market joins Carol to make luscious salads from local, seasonal produce.
Out this week on video: "Epic," "Amour," "Scary Movie 5," "Boardwalk Empire," and "Parenthood."
Chef Cari of the Food Channel shows a quick and easy appetizer that will inspire you to "get in the kitchen."
Master Gardener Eric Osen explains why his group tends a vegetable garden at Crosslines, and how you can contribute your own garden surplus with those in need.
Melanie gets a little help from Gary in concocting a creamy popsicle recipe.
Chef Damien outdoes himself again with a perfectly-seasoned salmon dish, accompanied by a flavorful asparagus salad.
Carol Parker welcomes Stacey Gamble of Jim Bob's to show off their new menu items and remind everyone that they are now located right in front of Sam's Wholesale Club.
Angie Hicks gives practical advice on how to make sure your child care situation is safe and comfortable for everyone.
KSN Pinterest Queen Melanie Huonker shows how to create a vase from a light bulb -- and is awarded something she's deserved for some time.
Stephanie Lagow DeTar tells about a project that provides donors with a portrait of their pet in exchange for a donation of dog food or cash to a local animal shelter.
KSN Pinterest Queen Melanie Huonker shows a simple technique for dying a single rose multiple colors using food coloring.
Several actors, including Ryan Reynolds, make multiple film debuts in the same weekend.
Mike Wendland shows a cool phone app to put your own photos into a comic strip.
Some previous winners are nominated again, and there are also new contenders for prime-time Emmy awards.
KSN Pinterest Queen Melanie Huonker shows Gary a simple project that can turn maps into keepsakes that are also useful as coasters.
Ahmad Enayati prepares a quick and easy dinner using items from the supermarket, while keeping the cost within reason.
Gary and Adam comment on some ideas parents can use to win in a battle of wills with their children.
Master Gardener Bev Sturgis explains the pros and cons of raised garden beds, and one simple way of building one.
Agronomist Jay Chism shows a sample of a plant infested with spider mites, and gives advice on getting rid of them.
Agronomist Jay Chism tells why the beetles are such a pest, and how to make a dent in their populations.
Chef Damien introduces an unusual ingredient to his marinade, which he says makes the meat especially tender.
Melanie shows Gary a simple and elegant project using materials most of us already have.
Carol welcomes Amanda Cupp to make a salad with locally-grown produce.