A shooting club in Joplin practices shooting techniques from the old west.
Several brides-to-be had a chance to decide on their future wedding details all in one day.
Hundereds gathered at the Kendrick House in Carthage this weekend to celebrate the seventh annual Farm Girl Festival.
Local authors showcased their published works at a book signing today at the Joplin Public Library.
Today college students give back to the community by planting trees at Murphy Boulevard Park in Joplin.
Today people in southeast Kansas dropped off unwanted prescription drugs to their local sheriff's office.
Hundreds of soon to be brides attend the Bridal Bash at the Roxy Event Center today in Joplin.
Hundreds of people traveled from across the country to showcase their fury felines today
One hundred thousand dollars has been awarded to Pittsburg schools for new tennis courts.
Thousands gather in Diamond today to celebrate Nineteenth Century history.
A local hospital held a dedication cermony for its newly renovated chapel today.
Hunters in Missouri can now purchase hunting and fishing permits with a new mobile app.
Pitt State will be adding a food pantry in October to provide free and healthy food to university students.
Today was the last day of the Balkans Days festival in Pittsburg.
Dozens of singers flock to the Little Balkans Days festival in hopes of becoming Pittsburg's next idol.
Precious Moments creator Samuel Butcher unveils his never before seen contemporary artwork.
The heat today didn't stop local cub scouts from riding their bicycles.
John Hoffmanm our station manager does the Ice Buckett Challenge.
Two suspects have been arrested in connection to vandalizing the Neosho High School last week.
Money might not go as far as it used to. But in some states the value of 100 dollars might go farther than you think.
If drought is impacting your area you can help with the drought assesment process by sending in a report.
A U.S. Lawmaker is hoping to boost international business in the southwest Missouri.
This years incoming freshman class at Pitt State participated in a university tradition today.
A local college kickstarts its annual welcome week for students today.
Authorities are still searching for one suspect.
Stylist spent the afternoon giving haircuts in an effort to raise money for the Southeast Kansas Humane Society.
The 7th annual Shoal creek water festival at Wildcat Park was held this morning.
Road construction at a busy intersection in Pittsburg is scheduled to begin its second phase tomorrow.
Dozens of people lace up their shoes to support a Carthage woman battling cancer.
Missouri shoppers can save money on their back to school supplies this weekend.
An exhibit at Miners Hall museum lets residents relive the best moments in sports in southeast Kansas.
Today was the final day of the Crawford County fair which included some of its most popular activities.
According to the U.S. drought monitor, most of our viewing area is under a moderate drought.
A dedication ceremony took place today in Carl Junction to honor a former assistant superintendent.
Local kids learn about heatlhy eating and recycling at the Pittsburg Farmers' market today.
More than a century's old festival kick started today in Golden City.
A new bill signed by Missouri governor Jay Nixon will now allow first responders to carry and use a heroin overdose antidote.
A museum in Pittsburg is raising money for building repairs.
A Joplin church hosts an all you can eat spaghetti feed and silent auction today to raise money for an ill member.
The Carthage First Church of Nazarene hosted its 9th annual car and bike show fundraiser.
The city of joplin gave away free wood chips today to residents.
The next phase of road construction at the route 43 and route 171 intersection in joplin will start this week.
People and their dogs enjoyed some play time in the park today in Pittsburg, all to support a good cause.
Local women enjoyed fine wine, shoes and fashion while helping raise money for local children.
People had some fun in the mud today at the Crawford County Fairgrounds.
Carthage company that produces and bottles raw milk for the public.
More than 2,000 runners competed in the Joplin Memorial Run today.
An inside look at the Carthage company that's been producing Ott's Famous Red Dressing for more than 60 years.
A local group addresses their issues with the recent investigation conducted by private investigator Tom Lorraine.
Hours have been updated for the spring and summer season.