Kansas Shriners have taken over Pittsburg.
A special community meeting is held this evening for Cherokee County residents to address the Galena City Council on a proposed landfill.
Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling that has implications for millions of government workers nationwide. Attorney Aaron Sachs discusses the ins and outs of the case in this week's Legally Speaking.
If you've ever enjoyed a bit of honey with your tea, you can thank a bee for that. In this week's Schaer Science, we travel to a farm in Southeast Kansas to see the science behind how honey bees work.
Hope 4 You and the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks each received roughly $150 today from Spiva Center for the Arts.
The Wyandotte Nation Casino is adding a unique twist to its facilities.
Rodney Ray will take over on August 1st.
Kids in Northeast Oklahoma have a new way to beat the heat and cool down this summer.
This month marks a big milestone for a Northeast Oklahoma medical clinic.
Neosho students will have a more efficient ride to school in the fall.
Dozens of puppies and kittens who have lost their mothers are needing your help.
A Joplin restaurant is continuing a sweet tradition.
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks is in extreme need of blood donations.
The Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa will present Wahzhazhe, a Osage ballet at the Coleman Theatre this weekend.
The Coleman Theatre adds the final touch to its ballroom.
The Neosho R-5 School District construction is on schedule and promised to be completed in 2015.
As the temperatures rise and the amount of rainfall decreases in Southwest Missouri, newly planted trees inside Joplin parks are in need of regular watering to continue growing.
Michael W. King of Schell City is being held in Vernon County Jail.
Dylan Wade Garcia was charged in a three-count indictment with enticing a minor to engage in illicit sexual activity.
Bright Futures McDonald County and the United Way have teamed with the R-I School District to provide schools supplies to students.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster weighs in on the recent rulings on the Affordable Care Act.
Big changes are underway for substitute teachers in Neosho.
The school year is fast approaching and the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce is urging people to do their back to school shopping locally.
The Southeast Kansas Art Fest football statues in Pittsburg will all be getting moved tomorrow morning.
The Galena City Council holds a special meeting tonight to let Cherokee County residents know the results of a Kansas Open Meetings Act investigation.
The Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas is nationally recognized for its patient-centered care.
After years of anticipation, pet owners in Barton County now have a place to let their dogs roam freely.
Mitch Randles career in Joplin has covered a lot of ground, but soon it will all come to an end
A Baxter Springs business destroyed in the April tornado is back open for business.
It's not on many calendars, but today is National Batman Day.
Local junior high students get a chance to learn about the medical field at MASH Camp today.
4-H teen leaders will be teaching water quality information to summer school students at East Primary Elementary School throughout this month.
The Homeless Coalition of Jasper and Newton counties is providing the homeless a chance to connect with local resources.
A local foster care group is seeing more children come through their system. For many of these kids, being forced to move from one home to another can be tough, but something as simple as a suitcase can make a big difference for these kids.
Local and fresh summer produce is in high supply at the Webb City Farmers Market.
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?