Students at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College are getting a better idea of where they want to end up after graduation.
Missouri's unemployment rate is dropping below 6%.
An area senator is recognized for his work with community colleges.
US Bank employees make a significant contribution to help United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas.
If you have a Lion fan on your Christmas shopping list, you can now pick up a gift for them at the Joplin mall.
Missouri Southern students learn ways to broaden their horizons across borders.
A new report shows that while sales in Joplin discount stores were up in the last year, most other retail is down.
Missouri lawmakers will be able to start pre-filing bills for the 2015 session in just a few days, and local politicians say they're already building a list of priorities.
The interior of the two million gallon tank needs repairs.
Crowder College Foundation holds its 12th Annual Festival of Wreaths.
A public meeting took place tonight at Riverton High School to discuss a potential bond issue for the schools.
A historic plane with ties to Neosho will be put on display in the city.
The holiday season is right around the corner, which tends to see more people open up their wallets to give to charities.
According to a new report, child homelessness in Missouri has increased in the past year.
The Joplin Show Choir is needing your help to raise money for a good cause.
A two car crash in Joplin this morning claimed the life of one man.
The Kansas Supreme Court issued an order that clears the way for same-sex marriage.
A children's book author helps students at White Rock Elementary read and write through creative resources.
Officers with the Nevada Police Department will soon have a new address.
Pittsburg State University's MBA Association has made a major impact on the city.
A potential bond proposal has been put on hold for Commerce public schools.
The Girl Scouts of Missouri Heartland Board of Directors have approved to continue renovations at Camp Mintahama.
Nine Pittsburg State University faculty members will have their most recent artwork displayed in a new exhibit in the university gallery.
Area elementary students are raising money to stay fit and healthy.
Missouri's minimum wage will be going up in just six weeks.
A recent Missouri law is making a big dent in sales of a meth precursor drug.
As the temperatures drop, the demand for heating equipment goes up.
Newton County Christmas for Kids Program is selling raffle tickets to help purchase presents.
A tree of donations will help Northeast Oklahoma children have a merry Christmas this year.
Deer hunters across Missouri had a big open this past weekend.
The Miami Public School District is in need of school bus drivers.
A long time law official is turning in his handcuffs for a new kind of management.
Parents dodged a bullet this past Monday with many schools staying open. However, later this winter, they might not be as lucky.
Local law enforcement officers learn how to better detect and handle human trafficking cases.
Roy Bland is in the Benton County Jail for having child pornography on his computer.
Matthew Grotheer is in custody at the Crawford County Jail for aggravated battery and assault.
Ron King is scheduled to be sentenced in February of next year.
Local doctors are seeing more and more women under the age of 40 diagnosed with breast cancer.
There have now been 10 American patients treated for the Ebola virus. While only a small fraction of medical workers have dealt with those cases, training is gearing up across the country.
As Thanksgiving is fast approaching, KODE's Bryan McLoone decided to do a little shopping today to find out how much a meal for 10 will cost Missouri shoppers this year.
Monday night at the Joplin City Council meeting, Wallace-Bajjali officials gave updates on their on-going projects.
More than 530 victims of domestic violence have used the Lafayette House in Joplin for support and shelter this year. So, a class at Missouri Southern State University is teaching students that all females deserve to feel safe.
In Fort Scott, one of the most historic places is the Courtland Hotel. In this week's Phillips Files Revisited, Bob Phillips shows us how this hotel took shape.
Two Joplin men have to attend several birthday parties a week, and they make sure to bring a few hundred balloons.
If you like schnitzel and potatoes, you may want to check out Roswitha's Schnitzelbank
Owners at Casa Montez in Joplin have taken spicy to the next level.
Big Hill Lake in Parsons will soon be a major tourist destination.
Missouri Southern State University is helping student entrepreneurs get a jump start on their careers this week.
Thousands of shoe boxes are being filled with toys, school supplies, and hygiene products for children in need overseas.
The Lawrence County Sheriff's Office will be joining efforts with statewide law enforcement for an aggressive "Click it or Ticket" mobilization.