The Joplin School Board discusses its Long Range Facilities Planning Report Tuesday night.
The Jasper County Detention Center is no longer keeping juveniles overnight.
Joplin Future Farmers of America students get the chance to design an expansion to the utility arboretum.
A Southwest Missouri community is making major changes to their biggest park.
The Pittsburg Fire Department took to the internet today to remind people what to do before, during, and after a tornado
A few hundred of the smartest kids in the area are showing off their science skills.
National Work Zone Awareness Week is devoted to reminding drivers to be aware while approaching work zones.
Students at Parsons High School learn the importance of kindness from a survivor of the 1999 Columbine High School shootings.
More cells are empty at the Newton County Jail.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College is hosting a FAFSA workshop for current and potential college students.
Girard area students spent the day learning different aspects of farming.
The McDonald County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Health and Business Expo this weekend.
The 11th Judicial District Nominating Commission has selected Samuel J. Marsh to fill a district magistrate judge vacancy in Cherokee County.
A local nonprofit group receives a large donation to help restore homes in our area.
Several hundred people came out to help support area women.
City officials celebrate the expansion of the YMCA Heritage Youth Development Center.
Jeffrey Bruner is charged with first degree murder for the November 2013 shooting death of Derek Moore outside of the Joplin Regal Northstar 14 Theater.
Starting April 1, the Joplin garbage collection rate for residential trash service will increase from $12.41 to $12.85 per month.
Investigators say shock and trauma from burns killed a Texas woman who was found in Cherokee County yesterday.
Carol is joined by Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen workers to make a casserole from a local woman's recipe.
A new deputy chief is named for the Joplin Fire Department
Hank Rotten Jr. reports from the new American Job Center in Neosho. He talks to Thomas Evansco about the organization.
Your Local News Today weather forecast for Tuesday, March 24
To celebrate Earth Day, the Joplin Recycling Center is holding a free tire drop off.
An investigation is ongoing after Cherokee County officials find a body in a field near Scammon.
Newton County leaders are determining the future of the Seneca Special Road District, after hundreds of people petition for it to be dissolved.
Joplin High School officially opened the doors to its new performing arts center over the weekend.
Several mayoral campaign signs have been stolen out of residents front yards in Commerce.
With April 7th elections right around the corner, the City of Neosho wants to remind its resident where they can post their signs.
The City of Joplin turned one year older on Monday.
It's National Boys and Girls Club Week and this year's theme is "Open the Door and Take the Tour."
An investigation is underway after Cherokee County officials find a body in a field near Scammon.
Members of the Pittsburg community met to discuss a major problem that's affecting the country.
Missouri Southern is holding a free art exhibit all week inside the Spiva Art Gallery.
Kids could have an impact on features in the new Joplin Public Library.
If you're looking for a job in Neosho, you might want to be careful what ads you choose to follow up on.
If you find yourself sneezing a bit, we've officially entered allergy season.
The Miss Columbus Pageant has been a staple event for the past 50 years, but a lack of contestants may put the tradition in jeopardy.
The Miami Area Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the Easter Community Celebration.
The Southeast Kansas Recycling Center is hosting a contest in honor of Earth Day.
MVP Athletics is opening a state of the art training center for children in the Four States.
Jury selection is underway in the case of a man charged with killing a Missouri Southern football coach.
Cherokee County commissioners release a resolution saying there is no need for another landfill in the county.
Carla shows Hank and Eric how to make black bean dip.
Eric talks to Seneca School District Superintendent Jim Cummins about a possible bond issue which could help pay for a safe room at the high school.
Hank, Carla, and Eric talk about the weekend at the box office, where "Insurgent" was the number one movie.
Your Local News Today weather forecast for Monday, March 23
Sunday, Mercy Hospital Joplin staff closed the doors to its temporary facility, and opened the doors to a brand new beginning.
Americans only have a few weeks left to claim $1 billion in federal income tax refunds.
Kansas State Highway Patrol investigating the cause of the accident.