Bright Futures in Carthage is collecting shoes for less fortunate students.
Several kids are spending the week at a camp that embraces nature and art.
Several ladies are turning some heads at an area restaurant and may have found the fountain of youth.
A Galena man is still sharp as ever after making knives for more than 60 years.
A Joplin artist, who raised more than 35 thousand dollars for a book project, finally sees his work in print.
Two sisters are serenading shoppers at the Webb City Farmers Market.
Many tourists who visit Joplin will now have a place to take a picture of their travels.
Hundreds of area kids are showing off their livestock at the annual Jasper County Youth Fair.
A Grove man has finally completed a 17 year train project that goes around his house.
There are several aspiring artist that are going to a clay camp this week.
A Webb City man is as popular as a rock star at the farmers market.
Several area Hispanic churches celebrated Independence Day on the Carthage square Thursday morning.
An area church is cooking up several hundred pies for a good cause.
A colorful character is turning some heads at 7th and Maiden Lane in Joplin.
Several businesses in downtown Carl Junction have large Lego pieces on display in their windows.
A new Route 66 mural in Galena is turning some heads on the Mother Road.
A local radio disk jockey donates cookies to the Boys and Girls Club and Children's Haven in Joplin.
Two area high school students will represent Missouri in a national rodeo competition in Wyoming.
A once popular Joplin hangout for teens has received a makeover.
Several hundred Precious Moments collectors have come to Carthage for an annual convention.
The Pittsburg State University Nature Reach Camp is being held this week for area kids.
Joplin swimmers try to break a world record at the Missouri Southern State University pool.
Patricia Iversion has been a cook at Freeman Health System for 26 years and has helped prepare more than 6 million meals.
A piece of World War II history has landed at the Joplin Regional Airport as part of the Freedom of Flight Museum.
Marv Dahmen has been working for 5 months to transform the children's area at Christian Church in Carl Junction.
The Man of Steel is returning to the big screen this week and a Carterville man is going to be first in line.
A Neosho camp has opened its doors for kids to spend a week forgetting about their cancer and just have fun.
Crews are hard at work removing debris from the Carthage square where the Sassy Spoon fire happened last Saturday.
The Project Linus Group of Joplin has created more than a thousand blankets that help calm autistic children.
A popular Carthage myth about tornadoes that many resident have believed for years has finally been disproved.
The Workforce Investment Board hosted a drive thru job fair in Joplin at the AMI Radio Station parking lot Thursday.
The Joplin Humane Society is often packed and it relies on area rescues to help house the dogs.
Over 2 thousand Precious Moments figurines will be auctioned off to help raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks.
Operation Barbecue Relief will be taking 2 truckloads of canned foods along with plates and utensils to Moore.
The Carthage Skate Team will be hosting a skating competition at the Carthage Skate Park on June 1st.
The main anchor from KOMU in Columbia, who is used to being in front of the camera, has written a book about his experiences covering the May 22nd Joplin tornado.
Tonight on Brad's Beat, KSN's Brad Douglas speaks to a young man in Baxter Springs that has started his own business in duck calls.
New businesses in Carthage are beginning to pump more money into the local economy.
A 3 day Rock Swap show is being held at Schifferdecker Park in Joplin.
KSN Reporter Brad Douglas spotlights a radio program that is like Ebay with a microphone.
Studies have shown that interacting with animals lowers blood pressure and puts people at ease.
The Carthage Convention and Visitors Bureau held a Travel Rally today on the Carthage Courthouse steps as part of National Tourism Week.
A Joplin woman has made nearly a thousand dresses for girls in Haiti.
The 28th Annual Wax Museum was held at the Nevada Middle School with students spotlighting famous rivalries in history.
Spring River Christian Village in Joplin host their first Inner Beauty Awards for area seniors as a way to recognize them for contributions to others and their positive attitudes.
The Joplin High School Cartoonist Club meets once a week after school to create comics and has had 5 issues published already.
Several area seniors are recognized by President Obama for their years of volunteering.
The Miners Hall Museum in Franklin will be hosting the Smithsonian The Way We Worked exhibit starting this Saturday.
There are more than 6 thousand members of the 501st Legion across the globe that attend conventions and volunteer for charity work for less fortunate children.
The Joplin Area Agency on Aging host the 5th Annual Senior Prom for a few hundred seniors.