The Secretary of State says Missouri has the worst campaign campaign finance and ethics laws in the country.
Americans will spend more than $14 billion for this year's Super Bowl.
Dr. Randy Watson will meet with parents and educators in Parsons on 2/4 and Girard on 2/5
Girls in Lamar have the opportunity to purchase their desired prom dress at a discounted price.
The City of Frontenac is officially in the running to get a casino in Southeast Kansas. Frontenac Development LLC is the fourth and latest group to express interest.
George Washington Carver is known as the creator of peanut products, but not many know about the time he spent in the Four State area.
One man's hobby is literally cutting into his free time.
A new Joplin area business is already attracting some high level attention. So high in fact, the governor stopped by today.
With the big game finally rolling around, kitchens across the area are gearing up for a busy weekend.
Two proposed bills have been filed in Oklahoma to protect cattle farmers.
The campaign trail for one local nonprofit organization is coming to a close.
While the City of Joplin addresses several issues, city leaders announce tips to access city council meetings.
Some Jasper County voters will face a $6 million question at the ballot next week.
Miami's street and Rockdale Bridge projects are making progress.
Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin is attending town hall meetings in Delaware and Adair counties.
A Missouri state park is giving residents a chance to see some unique wildlife.
Most kids want toys for their birthday, but one Webb City girl asked for food.
Members of the Via Christi Auxiliary announce a major accomplishment.
Kansas lawmakers consider softening marijuana possession penalties.
Show Me the Ozarks Magazine, in conjunction with Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center, is accepting entries for the fifth annual nature photography contest.
Hank Rotten Jr. gives a live report from Carthage's Stone's Throw Dinner Theater, where we get a brief glimpse of tonight's show 'Moon over Buffalo.'
Your Local News Today weather forecast for Friday, January 30.
A man has been turned over to the DEA after police found 840 pounds of marijuana in his truck off I-44.
Less than 24 hours after announcing he's running for Missouri governor, Tom Schweich makes a campaign stop in Joplin.
The INTEGRIS Hospital in Grove celebrates five years of operation Thursday.
This time of year, dry and cold weather can be rough on your skin, and one local goat farmer says she has the solution. In today's Schaer Science, we visit the Garden 'n Goat Farm in Nashville, Missouri to learn how to make goat milk soap.
Hydrocodone, oxycodone and codeine are effective pain killers that help many patients. But if a woman takes them while pregnant, the consequences to the baby can be severe.
A Missouri man is being charged in federal court for shooting at an airplane in Lawrence County.
Thursday, Pittsbug State University holds its first ever spring convocation.
During Black History Month, we are exploring the "Journey," 450 years of the African American experience.
We've all been there, traveling down the interstate, driving the speed limit when another vehicle comes flying by. A recent proposed change to Missouri law could increase the legal limit.
Most of the fourth graders at Lakeside Elementary School in Pittsburg already know what they want to be when they grow up.
They are the students who could be taking over our jobs in a few years. Back in a permanent home at the new Joplin High School, JET 14 is giving kids a state of the art classroom.
The Miami School District is informing the public about a $22.7 million bond proposal.
Volunteers in Pittsburg are participating in a program to count the number of homeless people.
If you have outgrown your jeans, two local high school seniors say they'll take them off your hands.
Commerce Bank in Columbus is taking orders for the annual cupcake drive for Relay for Life.
Dozens of students had a chance to take a field trip to help their community.
Ottawa County is preparing for extreme weather.
State auditors are looking into possible wrongdoing at a local court.
A Lamar business agrees to buy one of the city's buildings in order to prevent them from moving out of the city limits.
Five candidates are campaigning to be part of the Southeast School Board.
More housing will soon be coming to Pittsburg.
Joplin Police Officers arrested two Joplin residents Wednesday after an attempted burglary on S. Club Ave.
Eric talks with Kirsti Smith about this year's Golden Apple award nominations.
Hank visits the Local News Today set with his events calendar for Jan 29, 2015.
KSN Weather Forecast January 29, 2015
A Joplin man has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for his role in a conspiracy to distribute large quantities of methamphetamine in Jasper County, Mo., and for illegally possessing firearms.
A professor at Pittsburg State says her teaching experience internationally has made her a better instructor.
A Joplin teenager is still in recovery after suffering from acute flaccid myelitis.