Sarah Horton of the Bill & Virginia Leffen Center for Autism talks to Carla about the upcoming 8th annual Walk for Autism Awareness. Click here for more info!
Your KODE12 weather forecast for Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Your Local News Today weather forecast for Tuesday, April 14
The Show-Me State Games kicks off its 2015 torch run Monday in Joplin.
The Nevada Rotary Club has come up with a creative way to raise money for the community.
A devastating fire on Sunday destroyed the Asylum Haunted House in Chetopa.
After twenty years of service, Detective Sergeant Chad Allison is retiring from the Joplin Police Department.
Marijuana isn't the only potential topic for the ballot next year.
While many areas in the Four States have public storm shelters, one Southeast Kansas city is not designating a shelter.
It's a ballot question that voters in Colorado and Oregon have approved, now Missouri voters may get their chance to decide whether marijuana should be legal.
The Miami High School Native American Club is making their mark on campus.
This week is National Student Employment Week, and the faculty at PSU are honoring its student employees.
The city of Miami is calling all small businesses to discuss the future.
The proceeds will go towards new materials and equipment for the Crowder Bill and Margot Lee Library.
Under this bill, people who receive welfare can only withdraw up to twenty-five dollars per day.
Moss House staff leaders in Nevada are asking the Vernon County Commission to sponsor them in a community development block grant.
A new law will try to boost Missouri's chances of attracting more data centers within state lines.
A Pineville man is dead after a crash Sunday afternoon.
The Falconaires, the United States Air Force Academy’s Premier Jazz Band, will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15.
Students at the University of Wisconsin attempt to break the world record for the largest Rice Krispies Treat - weighing in at over 10,000 pounds.
Carla makes some Pecan Bars in honor of National Pecan Day. Click here to see the segment!
Kaye Lewis talks to Eric on Local News Today about the Midwest Regional Ballet's upcoming performance of "Dracula" in Pittsburg. Click here for more info on when the show starts!
Hank, Eric, and Carla talk about some of this weekend's biggest movies, including "Furious 7" and "Home."
Your Local News Today weather forecast for Monday, April 13, 2015
More than 200 kids participated in a Miniature Warrior Dash in Pittsburg this afternoon.
Visitors received a tree and were able to feed the fish.
Current players on roster have a wide variety of experience, ranging from college to MLB
Meterologist Stacey Garvilla says our pollen count has been in the high category for several weeks now.
Prom is always an exciting time, but when community members volunteered to escort more than 30 special needs children to the dance, that was the icing on the cake.
Pitt State students were out in the community today to help clean up the city.
Annual event teaches local kids how to live healthier and active lives.
Team is looking for summer workers.
In light of recent allegations of misconduct by fraternities across the country, Pittsburg State University is working to ensure its Greek community is following the rules.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signs a bill into law that he says will help protect the next generation of farmers in the state.
A Southwest Missouri hospital is recognized for their ability to diagnose and treat stroke patients.
A 102-year-old Civil War mystery has finally been solved.
The Alliance of Southwest Missouri held its 8th Annual Hope Conference at St. Paul's Ministries.
Opening night means local moviegoers have another choice to get their film fix.
A casino in Southeast Kansas can increase tax revenue, but one company plans to bring something else.
The City of Grove is increasing public safety by adding a new storm siren system.
A local council signs off on a multi-million dollar spending plan.
A ban on a second-trimester abortion procedure has been approved by Oklahoma lawmakers.
Many people were wearing blue today to support area kids.
Those driving down South Rouse Street in Pittsburg will notice pinwheels planted in front of Elm Acres Youth and Family Services.
Two broadcast students are recognized with a scholarship from Missouri Southern State University in Joplin.
A local barber is lending a helping hand to the homeless this weekend.
A Diamond man is being honored for his academic, personal and professional achievements.
A church in Pierce City is seeking assistance to help pay for renovations to its pipe organ.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback congratulates OptumRx for its contributions to health care facilities.
Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Edgewood Dairy, a pasture-based dairy farm in Barry County, to sign House Bill 259, the Missouri Dairy Revitalization Act; and Senate Bill 12, an agriculture bill.