Leah Rush of Beauty by Leah explains one of the latest makeup trends called "contouring."
Michelle Renburg of Rhea Lana tells us about the Children's Consignment Sale coming to the Holiday Inn Convention Center.
Dance professional Kaye Lewis gives us all the details on this year's Dancing With The Joplin Stars.
Sgt. Rusty Rives from the Joplin Police Department discusses options for towing after an automobile accident.
KSN's Melanie Huonker shows Gary and Toni how to make DIY spring wreaths
Jon Skinner with the Missouri Department of Conservation has some tree planting tips.
We learn about April's Hope Conference and their special guest speaker
Ann Leach discusses a simple technique to help you improve your life
Dr. Karl Wendt has tips on helping kids deal with their fears during severe weather season
Rhythm and Hues jazz series this weekend in Carl Junction
Preview of this Saturday's health fair in Joplin.
Gary, Toni, and Marian talk about marketing product ideas of their own.
Trisha Moore of the Sweet Bake Shop in Webb City teaches Gary and Toni how to decorate a sugar cookie.
Styles Salon owner Dianna Beaver talks with Gary and Toni about the damage her business suffered in the May 2011 tornado, and her participation in Living Well's "Need A Night Out" contest.
Producer Marian Kelly explains that's she's slowly rebuilding her tornado-ravaged wardrobe.
Amanda Bilke and Tracy Asbell talk about the upcoming Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce Business Expo 2012.
Living Well Producer Marian Kelly and host Gary Bandy share with Toni about their experiences with altitude sickness.
Myli Taylor of Maccaroo Gyms talks about her experiences in the May 22nd tornado, the facility's plans for a new pre-school, and the Gym's participation in Living Well's "Need A Night Out" contest.
Kirstie Smith of the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce premieres the new map of businesses that have rebuilt and/or relocated since the tornado, and the news is encouraging.
Vicky Mieseler of the Ozark Center describes the new facility named for Will Norton, who died in the May 22nd tornado.
Living Well Producer Marian Kelly tells about the class she's taking at the Spiva Center for the Arts.
Lori Marble of the Spiva Center for the Arts talks about exhibits currently on display, and one that will begin soon.
Michelle Hare, who founded the Lantz Hare Foundation in memory of her son, who died as a result of the May 2011 tornado, talks about the success of the non-profit in providing scholarships to The Bridge in Joplin.
Living Well Producer Marian Kelly explains the reason for her absence on Tuesday's show.
Amberly Leverich talks about the upcoming Bridal Bash, which will include a "cake dive" in which five finalists will dive into a wedding cake to retrieve tokens for big prizes.
Gary, Toni, and Marian talk about the changing temperatures, and address a problem with the Live Chat line.
Chris Pistole, Education Director at Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center, surprises Gary with a beaver costume to remind viewers of the Busy Beavers kids' program at the center.
Molly the Dalmatian, a Certified Service & Therapy Dog, garners a following among the Living Well staff.
Toni, Gary, and Marian talk about a man who legally changed his name to something that is, we hope, unique.
Gary introduces Laura Williams, winner of our Living Well "Life Makeover" contest, and talks about why she wants a new beginning.