A hospital in Barton County started the Christmas shopping season early with a huge accessory sale.
An area pharmacy is helping people stay healthy with a monthly meeting.
Local Halloween stores are already selling out of some of this year's most popular costumes.
Thousands of Missourians participated in a statewide earthquake drill.
The Labette County 911 Dispatch gets a new system that may result in a tax increase.
Several environmental groups unveil a plan to clean up Spring River this afternoon.
The Good Samaritan in Lamar receives a match for match grant.
The Southwest Missouri Special Olympics is striking out the competition.
The Parsons Veterans of Foreign Wars is encouraging high school students to participate in an essay contest.
A year has passed since Jeff Slama was murdered in his Newton County home and investigators are still looking for the killer.
Because of the Royals winning streak in the playoffs, Royals fever is sweeping across the Four States.
With the recent cool days and shorter daylight, trees in the Four States are now beginning to show some color.
Bourbon County residents can now sign up for a new alert system to get information on all county wide emergencies.
Pittsburg State University will now offer a new graduate degree in polymer chemistry.
October is Depression Awareness Month and with colder weather and the holidays on its way, experts say this is the time where most people can become depressed.
Galena city leaders are planning to finish phase two of their Downtown Restoration Project.
A committee is asking Joplin residents for their input on how they would like to recognize the five year anniversary of the May 2011 tornado.
Jason Fury is charged with first degree assault and armed criminal action.
U.S. Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins speaks with Rotary Club members in Fort Scott Wednesday morning.
A Miami organization is helping people build up their resources for a better life.
Jasper County deputies pay it forward to a 7-year-old boy who battled leukemia.
The school district received a $10,000 grant from America's Farmers Grow Rural Education.
A heart attack can happen at any place, any time. According to cardiologists, time is muscle.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback announces more than $1 million in grants will be given to domestic violence support centers in the state.
Barton County Memorial Hospital celebrates its 65th year in service.
The Miami Community Crisis Center is now accepting reservations for one of their annual events.
Attorney General Chris Koster announced a settlement with U.S. Steel for natural resource damages in connection with a northwest Jasper County site from the 1920's.
United Sugars Corporation honors Con-way with the Service in Excellence Award for the 7th consecutive year.
Carthage Chamber of Commerce releases the details of the events for the Maple Leaf Festival.
Dan Whitworth was sentenced to 60 days in Newton County Jail for being in contempt of court.
Authorities are investigating a shooting that sent a woman to the hospital.
A Nevada business owner pleads guilty to failing to pay more than $300,000 in federal taxes.
Dozens of kids get a chance to head to the pumpkin patch today.
Seniors in the workforce are working longer than they anticipated.
Four different groups in the Joplin area are digging in the dirt to help the Ronald McDonald House.
The Grove Police Department is adding a new use of force for officers.
Jasper County is recognized for honoring combat wounded veterans.
Missouri state and local energy leaders meet in Joplin today to come up with a statewide comprehensive energy plan.
The Community Crisis Center in Delaware County is bringing people together to raise money for domestic violence awareness.
Parsons City Hall is hosting a food drive this week.
October is National Dental Hygiene Month, and with Halloween just around the corner, it's the perfect time to check on your kids' teeth.
The City of Joplin has made significant progress toward replacing the thousands of trees lost in the 2011 tornado.
A new clinic in Carl Junction means residents now have quicker access to behavioral health care.
Trisha Patton formally resigned today via the Downtown Joplin Alliance's Facebook page.
Leaders in Crawford County meet to discuss issues each community faces.
From dealing with dangerous buildings to big ticket road projects, a local city is looking at spending more than $13 million next year.
Vernon County authorities release more information about a weekend double murder.
Matthew W Splitter was sentenced to seven years without parole.
The seminar will take place November 11th from 8am to 10am.
The Joplin Crusaders will be hosting tryouts for their upcoming 2015 season, at MSSU Fred G. Hughes Stadium on October 25th.