Two Parsons men were arrested Monday for robbing a residence at 2107 Timber Lane in Pittsburg. A third suspect is at large.
The city of Joplin will test its tornado sirens today during the Statewide Tornado Drill.
Shannon reviews the newest "Hunger Games" movie. Click here to see what she thinks!
Hank, Carla, and Eric talks about a portrait of President Clinton that some think references the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office is getting reports that citizens are receiving calls from people claiming to be from the “IRS” and the “Sheriff’s Office."
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The Joplin City Council unanimously approves a new domestic violence ordinance that makes it easier to prosecute offenders.
The Pittsburg Parks and Recreation Department invites the community to the Shamrock Shuffle 5K.
Carla Pesono brings us to a popular Chinese restaurant that's been around for more than three decades.
A training demonstration drew emergency officials from all over the area to Missouri Southern Monday. Along with the demonstration, students got to chat with emergency department employees about the industry.
It's hard to keep your car clean with the roadways so dirty. However, a trip to the car wash could save you money in the long run.
Low fuel prices at the Neosho Hugh Robinson Airport is bringing in more business to the city.
The Miners Hall Museum in Franklin is partnering with the Greenbush Education Service Center to create virtual field trips.
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks issues a code yellow alert .
Missouri lawmakers are asking schools to increase their efforts against bullying, or receive no funding.
The Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Equestrian Team wins top honors at the Missouri State Horse Show.
A Carthage reading program is putting more books in the hands of kids.
Pittsburg city leaders are applying for a grant to help pay for a new walking trail.
A recent fundraiser shows school officials just how supportive their students can be.
The Missouri State Auditor's Office has released the State Audit Report for Joplin Schools.
On Thursday, Feb. 26th, the Independent Living Center in Joplin received a $10,000 grant.
Carla, Eric, and Hank talk about the weekend at the box office, where Will Smith's "Focus" took the number one spot.
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Columbus Schools are in need of new school buses, but the state's education funding struggles are holding them back.
The Joplin Police Department has found Christian N. Goodwin, who went missing Sunday.
The Missouri Home Energy Certification program is encouraging home owners to reduce energy usage by making certain improvements to their home.
Both bills will now go to the Senate for a vote.
Audit report will by on state office website Tuesday morning.
33 years ago, Georgia Jones and her husband never thought Souls Harbor would be what it is today.
Residential and Commercial construction in 2014 was second highest for city in last 10 years.
Vote is Tuesday. Bond needs 60% majority to pass.
More than 16 hundred volunteers toughed out the snow to package meals for students in Haiti.
One child is dead and two others are in stable condition after falling through ice on a Vernon County pond.
Joplin Police are asking all motorists to stay off the roads if possible.
USD 101 Board Clerk Virginia Oliver is charged with felony theft, false claim, and misuse of public funds along with 12 counts of forgery.
A Pittsburg woman will spend time behind bars for the death of her husband.
The City of Pittsburg is reporting an increase in sales tax revenue.
Firing ranges across Missouri are being evaluated to improve safety and the overall shooting experience.
A Saudi Arabian man accused of helping plan an embassy bombing that killed a Nevada man in 1998 has been convicted in federal court.
When school starts next fall in Pierce City, students will go one day less per week. The school board has approved a plan to move the district to a four day week.
The Carthage Chamber of Commerce kick starts its annual two day business expo.
The Joplin Building Board of Appeals met Friday to discuss buildings with unresolved issues since the May 2011 tornado.
Ottawa County officials are proposing a new policy regarding indigent burials.
Kansas educators will soon have to think twice before showing material that can be offensive.
If you haven't filed changes to your personal property assessment yet, you're running out of time.
The director of Pittsburg State University Police and Parking Services will now be apart of the Kansas Emergency Management Team.
Visitors to Joplin will soon have some colorful guides pointing out the way around town.
Students at one Southeast Kansas school received a unique science lesson.
The American Red Cross has started a five year fire preparedness campaign.
St. Mary Elementary students were jumping for a good cause today.