The deadline to sign up for Healthcare under the Affordable Care Act is nearing the end.
The Miami Public Library is hosting a free genealogy workshop.
A push for quality childhood education reached the Joplin Chamber of Commerce today.
January is National Stalking Awareness Month, and an area university is trying to raise awareness.
It was a busy year for the Jasper County Drug Task Force, making more than 200 arrests and seizing a large amount of illegal drugs.
A Joplin man has been sentenced to 10 years for attempting to entice a minor for sex.
A Pittsburg resident has been arrested on charges of aggravated assault, aggravated burglary, criminal damage, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Hank Rotten Jr. talks about the New England Patriots scandal.
KSN Weather Forecast January 23, 2015
Over $80,000 will be donated to local Backpack programs.
Last year, Missouri prosecuted more human trafficking cases than any other state in the U.S. That's according to the Department of Justice.
Seneca voters will decide a $4.5 million school bond issue, but it won't cost them any more in property taxes.
The new Plaster Center on Pittsburg State University's campus is at one of its most important phases of construction.
Miami city leaders decide to move forward with renovating the Civic Center.
Three weeks into the new year, some of us may have already given up on resolutions to get in shape and lose weight. A shift in focus may help restart your commitment, like taking a closer look at workplace habits.
Big piles of dirt and rock piling up against concrete and steel. A new safe room is taking shape, a big project for a small school district.
The Mercy Hospital Joplin cafeteria got a bit dirty today, but it was for a good cause.
It's been more than five years later after the earthquake struck the country of Haiti and the country still needs assistance.
The crime rate has dropped over the last year in Neosho.
The Neosho Chamber of Commerce is encouraging the community to hire veterans.
The Alliance of Southwest Missouri hosted a car seat check at Con-Way Truckload in Joplin.
The Webb City Farmers Market is hosting a Food Safety Workshop for ranchers and growers.
A historic park got a makeover during its off-season.
The Arma City Council is looking into a new ordinance for cat owners.
OSHA cites Lone Star Management for a blast at a Pittsburg fireworks facility that left one person dead.
President Obama makes a stop in the Sunflower State on a post State of the Union tour.
A Missouri senator is hoping local seniors will take advantage of a federal fraud hotline.
Kansas senators introduce a new bill to change gun laws.
Authorities make an arrest in connection to a fire that destroyed a Monett church Monday.
The Joplin Police Department DWI Unit made more arrests during 2014 than any other MoDOT funded teams.
Carthage R-9 School Superintendent Dr. Blaine Henningsen has announced his retirement.
A Jasper County man has been sentenced for soliciting photos from underage Facebook users.
A Noel, Mo. man was sentenced in federal court Wednesday for possessing "massive" amounts of child pornography.
A new Kansas phone hotline is answering questions regarding state legislation.
Carla shows Hank and Eric how to make 'blondie' brownies.
Hank previews some local events on his weekly event calendar.
KSN Weather Forecast January 22, 2015
Silver Dollar City is moving right along with its new $8 million attraction.
House Speaker John Diehl delivered the Republican Response.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon stands before a joint session of the Missouri General Assembly for the annual speech.
People gathered at the Downtown Joplin Y for Family Reading Night.
A local volunteer fire department receives some much needed equipment.
Several students at Pitt State are now tracking their fitness performance with a new wearable device.
Former Social Security building on South Broadway could be used for multiple school district purposes.
New home will be former Memorial Middle School site.
Plans for better roads and bridges are in the works for McDonald County.
One area recycling center is helping out local gardeners by sprucing up their plants.
Joplin city leaders are holding a public meeting after several Joplin citizens expressed an interest in a special kind of park.
It's not too long before the Blasters step up to the plate and become Joplin's professional baseball team. And they need your help.
Fort Scott Community College is making progress towards the search for a new president.