Representatives with the Missouri State Auditor's Office arrive in Joplin to start their audit of the city and of the Joplin School District.
Pittsburg commissioners considers a request for 300 thousand dollars to help fund the new Southeast Kansas Career and Technical Center.
Tonight, we look into one way the City of Joplin is helping people re-establish homes destroyed three years ago.
A llama was turning some heads in Diamond, Missouri this morning.
A 32 percent increase, that's the jump the City of Joplin saw in its sales tax revenue this month.
Catching fugitives can be challenging, so two law enforcement agencies are teaming up to tackle the issue.
The Miami airport is making airport traffic more accessible.
A historic Route 66 garage in Galena has a new owner.
Local emergency planning committees are brushing up on their ethanol safety education.
The City of Nevada is working on a new employee policy involving family members.
The project is fully funded by donations and federal money.
Representatives for the Southeast Kansas Career and Technical Education Center ask for $125,000 from the Crawford County commissioners to start the tech center.
Missouri residents are not all that confident about current economic conditions. That's according to a new study released by Arvest Bank.
The grant will be used to purchase phase two of the city’s holiday decorations.
On tonight's episode of Mitchell's Money Minute, we continue our discussion on Roth IRA's. Tonight's question is, what are the main benefits of a Roth IRA and who qualifies?
An outdoor workout facility has been added to a popular family park in Joplin.
The Joplin City Council discusses a new proposed Tax Increment Financing District, or TIF, for Main Street.
A 40 million dollar school bond for the Fort Scott School District will appear on the November 4th ballot for residents to vote on.
Whisler's in Carthage is making an American classic, and keeping it old fashioned.
North Eastern Oklahoma A&M College is getting closer to finishing the school's $9 million stadium upgrade.
The Environmental Protection Agency proposes a new plan that will increase local electric bills.
One Joplin man is auctioning off a sculpture he made to raise money for breast cancer.
The Good Samaritan in Lamar needs your help refilling their shelves with canned goods.
A rock camp is being held this week at the Ernie Williamson Music Store in Joplin.
This month marks one hundred years since the start of World War I.
It happened on eastbound I-44 in Strafford at mile marker 88 around 2:30 this morning.
An area restaurant is encouraging kids to read this summer.
While the summer months are often a quiet time on a college campus, construction is in high gear at Missouri Southern.
North Eastern Oklahoma A&M College believes their student growth percentage success is due to the constant improvements made to the college
Deputies found a juvenile male victim suffering from a gunshot wound to his right shoulder lying in a ditch.
South African music fills the streets of downtown Joplin today.
The Joplin Police Department will soon have county dispatch radios.
With construction nearing its end at Galena High School, there is a new feature that was not originally in the plans.
A dedication ceremony took place today in Carl Junction to honor a former assistant superintendent.
City brings in $10 million a year and has just under $2 million in reserves
June unemployment rate at 4.9%, up from May by .1%
The Four State Farm Show is well underway in Pittsburg, but farm equipment isn't the only thing you can get while you're there.
Two groups hold a benefit to help people with medical needs.
Local kids learn about heatlhy eating and recycling at the Pittsburg Farmers' market today.
More than 200 hundred campers are spending there weekend in Pineville.
With the start of school just around the corner, a Joplin business starts a drive to help collect school supplies for kids.
125 local first responders learned different aspects of disaster situations.
House Bill 2874 makes gun license certifications valid for only three years.
The new equipment cost 366 thousand dollars and was funded by the public safety sales tax voters approved last year.
Southeast Kansas welcomes its 40th Annual Four State Farm Show.
You've heard of Johnny Cash, the Man in Black, but Webb City now has its own man in black.
One of the questions facing Carthage voters on August 5th, is a decision on a wastewater bond.
The Joplin Homebuyers Assistance Program is moving their offices downtown.
Golfing, fishing, and boating are hobbies most CEO's like to do in their spare time, but that's not exactly the case for one local CEO.
The creator of Precious Moments comes back to Carthage to perfect one of his masterpieces.