The Joplin High School construction site was a hub of activity today.
Next time you buy groceries at the store, you could help out a local school district.
The Ottawa County Fair ended this weekend with record breaking sales.
Con-way receives the honor for the third time in seven years.
Michael Ritchhart is in custody facing kidnapping, and domestic assault charges after violating a protection order.
Robert Lundien, a 1996 graduate of Missouri Southern, has been selected as the Missouri Secondary School Counselor of the Year.
These are a combination of 24 positions in the Joplin Call Center, and five retail employees at the AT&T Joplin store.
All 14 elementary and middle schools started up today.
The Salvation Army is helping the homeless escape the smothering summer temperatures.
The Joplin Humane Society reminds pet owners to also protect their animals.
The Fern Holland Advocacy Center in Miami is asking for your support.
Crew will work from 7pm to 7am. Entire project will be finished in November.
Precious Moments creator Samuel Butcher unveils his never before seen contemporary artwork.
The process of tearing down the remains of the Carl Junction United Methodist Church that burned down, has been put on hold to possible asbestos in the building.
The Joplin City Council will be holding a special meeting Monday evening.
Drivers should expect up to a 15 minute delay.
Hundreds of licensed radio operators gather in Joplin.
Miami community members gather to celebrate what they call, one of their hometown heroes.
The City of Miami is installing 7 Doggie Waste Stations in three different parks in the city.
The City of Joplin has come up with a way to notify landlords of rental properties if their tenants utility bills aren't being paid.
The NOAA weather radio transmitter in Neosho is not operable at this time.
The heat today didn't stop local cub scouts from riding their bicycles.
Joplin City Council votes in favor for construction of the parking area south of stadium.
The National Weather Service in Springfield says advisory will end at 7pm on Monday.
John Hoffmanm our station manager does the Ice Buckett Challenge.
30 Year Old Dennis Meyer of Joplin was found dead lying in a resident's driveway near Diamond.
Two suspects have been arrested in connection to vandalizing the Neosho High School last week.
Some unique sounds are coming from the Carthage Courthouse.
Money might not go as far as it used to. But in some states the value of 100 dollars might go farther than you think.
Rebuild Joplin has hit a milestone with it's latest house.
If drought is impacting your area you can help with the drought assesment process by sending in a report.
Grand Lake has a new mobile phone app that is keeping the community updated on the area's latest happenings.
The South Grand Lake Chamber of Commerce is attacking an on going lake level issue.
A U.S. Lawmaker is hoping to boost international business in the southwest Missouri.
The highly anticipated move for the southeast school district is finally here. USD 247 students are now in their new grade centers.
It's a condition you may not know you have because it's sufficiently under-diagnosed.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is preparing for the Labor Day holiday travel period.
KODE/KSN Sales Manager John Emrich take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
A 30-year-old man was found lying dead in a resident's driveway.
Charges have been filed against 17 year old Coy Akin of Neosho and a juvenile.
We've all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. A new study from the University of Missouri looks at a link between a high protein breakfast and weight loss.
Every summer children throughout the country suffer serious, often life threatening injuries after being left alone in hot vehicles.
In this week's Schaer Science, we step inside the Pitsco Education Facility to learn what's possible through printing objects in 3 dimensions and how it works.
A minister with Campus Christians at Pittsburg State University is loaning several bicycles to international students.
Many high schools are preparing for their first football games of the season, but they're also trying to beat the heat.
It's three decades old and can only hold barely a dozen animals. Now Miami city officials are working to replace the city shelter.
Tar Creek is filled with toxic water left over from the mining days.
A daycare in Miami is providing child care to parents who don't work a 9 to 5 job.
Carthage city leaders will decide whether or not chickens can be raised on properties within city limits.
College students are often digitally savvy, but that could make them vulnerable to identity theft.