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.
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.
Chef Damien makes a deceptively simple breakfast or brunch dish that is packed with flavor.
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.
Carol welcomes Cheryl Romas, who shows her how to make a cheese ball.
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.
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.
Ann gives tips on how to keep the holiday season from becoming something you dread.
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.
Dr. Sue tells about foods that pack an immunity-boosting punch.
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.
Eileen Nichols of the Webb City Farmers' Market shows a savory preparation for butternut squash.
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.
Chef Cari empowers viewers to make their own BBQ sauce from scratch.
Melanie jazzes up an old TV tray with paint and stencils.
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.
Jennafer Johnson explains why many time-honored maxims about investing are not always true.
Gary nails his first attempt at a layup, and Melanie surprises everyone with some very smooth moves of her own.
Mackenzie Garst tells Gary and Melanie about the annual tournament, which is the facility's major fundraiser, and how those funds benefit the kids who attend the after-school programs.
Development Director Mackenzie Garst explains the logistics of supervising homework, providing safe play time, and making a hot meal for an average of 250 children a day.
In a video produced for the fundraiser "Club Comingo," staffers and kids tell in their own words what the Boys and Girls Club means to the community.
Trisha Patton tells Gary that the winter event will be focused on art.
Chef Dale Davis is promoted to Food & Beverage Manager, and shows off one of the items for the buffet.
Outreach director Terri Giarratano tells Melanie about the dinner, at which the ministry is prepared to feed up to 500 people.
CVB Director Wendi Douglas shows some of the art that will be available for sale or auction.
Gary chats with another student in the class about why she enjoys painting, and how much she has learned.
Instructor Percilla Penner gives a tour of the Local Color gallery, which boasts the work of 19 local artists.
Melanie and Gary get pointers from instructor Jesse McCormick.
Gary and Melanie meet instructor Percilla Penner and prepare to begin painting.
Diabetes educator Laurie Smith explains how she works with patients from the point of diagnosis to help them manage their disease without sacrificing enjoyment of food.
Melanie shows Gary the simple method of attaching cinnamon sticks to candles to create a rustic yet elegant display.
A middle-schooler makes the play of his life with the help of his team and coaches, and even the opposing team cheers him forward.
Fitness consultant Angela Horner shows five intensive exercises that comprise a complete workout.
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.
Dr. Sue gives practical advice for treating the Croup, a viral upper-respiratory infection.
Dr. Joseph explains how areas of the entire body can become compromised by low-grade infections under teeth.
The group performs two of its selections for the concert season.
Executive Chef Gary Jones of Crowder College shows some festive finger food.
The group's director and one of its members describe how the choir rehearses, and explain how they hope to pay their way to an invitational competition.
Education Director Chris Pistole show the Top Ten winter feeding birds in our area, and gives tips on how to keep the feathered friends coming during the cold months.
Dr. Walker explains that the stent can both keep nasal passages open following surgery, and later dissolve on its own.
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.
The 90-year-old Dole greets "Honor Flight" travelers at the World War II Memorial in Washington.
Marj Boudreaux talks with Gary about the annual event, which funds scholarships for women.
Shelby Bates, along with her son Tyler, show Gary that Shelby really does get her daily forecast from the mobile app.
Dr. Sue explains that lice aren't anything to be embarrassed about, and are relatively easy to eradicate.
The church, in cooperation with Mercy Hospital, collects blankets that will hopefully both set a record and provide much warmth for the denizens of Watered Gardens.
Melanie converses via satellite with the engaging Menounos, who says entertaining should be easy and fun.
Vicki Mays explains how she won the book exchange box, and why they seem to be popping up everywhere.
Melanie and Furniture Rescue owner Dewey Sheets announce the "Extreme Furniture Makeover" contest and show some of the entries.
Chef Damien prepares a decadent excuse for grown-ups to eat their vegetables.
Program organizer Thad Beeler tells Gary about the labor of love, which has returned a staggering number of irreplaceable photos to those who lost their homes in the 2011 tornado.
Furniture Rescue owner Dewey Sheets shows Melanie a simple tool to tighten chair legs.
Melanie gets her first lesson in furniture repair from Furniture Rescue store owner Dewey Sheets.
Jessica Collins hosts the event as part of her studies as a Social Work major at Pitt State, and because of the experiences with bullying of those close to her.
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.
Sergeant Rusty Rives explains the "Steer It and Clear It" law, which requires vehicles involved in non-injury accidents to be moved, if possible, out of the way of traffic.
The Show-Me Harmony chorus of Sweet Adelines International gives a preview of their fall show with the song "Candle on the Water."
Lois Calef and Patty Wheeler explain the benefits of testing pre-schoolers, and why the organization does the screenings for free.
Angie Hicks shows how leaves and other debris in your gutters and downspouts can cause expensive damage over time.
Teresa Severs of Hospice Compassus talks about the film, which chronicles the journey of four World War II veterans to visit their memorial in Washington, D.C.
Chef Cari shows how to combine traditional breakfast ingredients with chorizo and cilantro to create a flavorful breakfast that's also portable.
Ann Leach gives advice that should take some of the pressure out of the hectic holiday season.
Gary talks with Dr. Alan Marble about the contest, which has heightened the spirit of homecoming week.
Local sculptor Jeffrey Jones exhibits some of his work, which can currently be seen at Phoenix Fired Art and the Spiva Center for the Arts.
Melanie shows Gary how to put some home-team spirit into a craft project.
Postmaster Sharon Clark puts Carl Junction on the map by selling more Breast Cancer Awareness Stamps than any other post office in the nation.
Gary congratulates the winners in the team spirit decoration contest.
Gary and Melanie get a chance to thank the authors of their costumes.
Brandi Graber puts the finishing touches on the anchor's alter egos, which are considered "mint in box."
Renowned makeup and special-effects artist Brandi Graber re-invents Gary and Melanie for Halloween.
Dr. Sue has good advice both for trick-or-treaters and for motorists.
Allen shows Gary some of the Houdini memorabilia he's collected, while sharing stories of the world's best-known escape artist.
Melanie hears from two talented contestants.
Cast member Caitlin Roberts and director Sam Ames tell about the local production of the Broadway show, including a special performance for area veterans.
Chef Damien Tiregol puts a Crabby's spin on the classic Reuben.
Jo Mueller explains the project, which turns the hammers used by volunteers into works of art to be auctioned off, the proceeds to further the continuing rebuilding mission in Joplin.
Shelby Bates shows how simply you can locate your favorite bands on the mobile app.
Melanie Huonker checks in with celebrity judges about what they hope to see in tonight's contest.
Melanie talks with Bubba Evansco and Howie Nunnaly of New Life Radio, sponsors of the event.
Gary and Melanie are shown a secret trap door where homeowners hid during the Civil War.
Carol welcomes Linda Unser, one of the hosts of a chocolate festival, who shows us a new spin on s'mores.
Researchers tell Gary and Melanie about a playful, childlike presence at Kendrick House, which could be the ghost of a child who died there.
Gary and Melanie get a tour of the kitchen at Kendrick House, the site of documented paranormal activity.
Gary and Melanie meet with Lisa Livingston-Martin and Mistie Cole of the Paranormal Research Lab.
The Living Well co-anchors drop one hint about their costumes, which will come to fruition on Halloween.
Dr. Karl shows the result of a survey of what Americans fear most.
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.
Gary Stubblefield has a major announcement about where C.J. stands in the sales tracking period, which runs through the end of October.
Jennafer Johnson encourages viewers to use their employer's "open enrollment" period to buy life insurance and savings instruments that are tax-deferred.
Candy House owner Terry Hicklin shows some of the seasonal munchies available, including white chocolate coated popcorn.
The Spirit Halloween Store sends over some of its most popular Halloween costumes.
Gary and Melanie get a preview of what all the best superheroes and princesses will be wearing this year.
We're honored to welcome the Linden String Quartet to Living Well. Gary and Melanie will tell you how you can see them in concert for free.
Melanie is challenging Gary with a pinterest project -- a do-it-yourself centerpiece.
Some Joplin High School students are helping three young people go to school in third-world countries. Gary and Melanie will hear their remarkable story, and how you can help.
There is a chance for you to audition for America's Got Talent. Gary and Melanie talk to Bubba from New Life Radio about all the details.
Executive Director Jo Mueller explains why the auction is so popular -- and why you might not want to wait to place your bid.
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.
Kyle Hickam of State Farm Insurance and Dr. Kerry Sachetta of Joplin High School talk about a program that promotes safe driving, and could win a grant and concert for the school.
Chef Cari shows how to lose some of the saturated fat but keep the flavor in this classic pasta dish.
Owner Jane Richart shows some of this year's entries, the proceeds of which benefit area breast cancer support organizations.
Angie Hicks gives pros and cons, and a few pieces of fine print that you need to know.
Philip has a fun chat with the director, who has already had huge success with the film "Bridesmaids," and whose newest DVD release is "The Heat," also with Melissa McCarthy.
Melanie embarks on a week of "eating clean," and asks Suzanne Nelson to clarify what that means.
Gary and Melanie get a close-up look at the "brats," which fill the Carthage Courthouse Square with their aroma.
Gary gets a look at a sweet ride, and meets the couple who drove to Carthage for the car show.
Jeanine Poe talks with Gary and Melanie about how the festival began, and the logistics of such a large event.
Gary and Melanie meet the Maple Leaf Queen and her attendants.
Maddie Young and Samantha Nicodemus explain the purpose of the event, which helps prepare freshmen for the pressures of high school.
Melanie shows Gary how to create edible witches' hats and broomsticks.
Harry Houdini's great-grandnephew carries on the traditions of the escape artist.
Members of the Joplin High School choir program perform in preparation for a concert and fundraiser.
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.
The YMCA offers a free workshop for families, that includes kids' games and dinner, and a guest speaker who will teach parents how playing with their kids can aid in their development.
A contest in which viewers can vote for their favorite among the sad-looking antiques, and the winning piece of furniture gets a makeover.
What parents need to know about the vaccines their children receive.
Diana Martin brings a sampling of the many bargains in children's clothing.
Mike Wiggins shows Carol the basics of making homemade pumpkin pie.
Dr. Gene Dement invites women to a special talk he's giving about women's risk factors for heart disease.