New reports show alcohol was a factor in an accident near Baxter Springs.
A Pittsburg man is behind bars after leading sheriff deputies on a car pursuit across state lines.
The Crawford County Sheriff's Office is investigating two structure fires.
Although most college students go home after their finals for winter break a few have to stay.
Young people open up with a holiday play at the Joplin Little Theatre.
Kohl's is doing its part to help last-minute Christmas shoppers.
Practice winter driving habits now to get prepared inclement weather.
Missouri state officials are hoping to hike interest in saving for education by giving away free cash.
Charges include wire fraud and money laundering.
Students spent the morning taking tours inside different parts of the body.
Three seats on the Pittsburg City Commission will expire in April 2015.
The city of Pittsburg is making changes to improve the traffic flow on Broadway.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is making budget changes, resulting in cuts for government agencies.
A Joplin couple are showing their Christmas spirit with their dozens of nativity scenes.
Integris Baptist Regional Hospital is holding a blood drive Thursday in Miami.
Demolition has begun at the Neosho Fish Hatchery.
They need books and computers and coats and meals. There's a long list of things international students buy once they're in their new American home. And that's a boost to the local economy.
A dilapidated building in Seneca is now considered dangerous to the community.
The Nevada Soroptimist is raising money to support foster families.
A few senior students at Nevada High School are supporting a local shelter in a unique way.
Nevada High School students learn the effects of low self-esteem.
The community gets to see finished renovations at Integris Baptist Regional Health Center.
The numbers are in from a weekend toy drive in Neosho.
The City of Neosho is seeing progress three months into its fiscal year.
The Carthage School District is adding tornado shelters to three of its schools, but that still leaves five school without a safe place to go.
The City of Chetopa is facing financial hardship, resulting in higher utility rates for residents.
A Carthage woman is wrapping Christmas presents for a good cause.
A state ban barring felons from possessing guns is being challenged in Missouri's highest court.
Well known for his generosity, Gene Bicknell's donation to the new Pittsburg State University Performing Arts Center is only the most recent in a long tradition of giving.
The Kansas governor is offering a reward to help find a man suspected of killing a Pitt State student.
CLASS LTD receives more than $10,000 from the Kansas Health Foundation.
The Missouri Department of Conservation says this year's deer harvest is topping last year's numbers.
Missouri Representative Bill Lant is named chairman of the state's Joint Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect.
The Lamar Fire Department is collecting toys for local Barton County kids ages one to 17.
Crosslines Ministries in Neosho is hosting a toy drive and needs your help this holiday season.
Carthage Nazarene and Bright Futures are raising money to help needy families this Christmas.
The Ronald McDonald House in Joplin receives a large donation from a Neosho business.
The Missouri Southern State University Alumni Magazine called "Crossroads" has won five Gold Marcom awards.
Drivers in Pittsburg will need to use extra caution tomorrow.
The City of Parsons is seeking the public's help with its search for a new city manager.
The water tower located at the north end of town on Baxter Street has been emptied in order to start maintenance.
The Cassville School District puts the finishing touches on its newest storm shelter.
The Joplin School Board meets with city council members to discuss a new facility for the district.
The Jasper County Sheriff's Office is spending less money keeping law enforcement on the streets. It's a significant drop in a necessary expenditure, one department leaders hope continues in future years.
Native American culture is a big part of Four State history. But some tribal members worry aspects of that culture will be forgotten or lost.
Vandals wreak havoc at the Jane Cemetery, firing weapons and destroying several headstones. McDonald County deputies are stepping up security to keep it from happening again.
During this time of year, you don't have to go far to hear about a project to buy gifts and help out families in need. But our latest Golden Lion Award winner doesn't limit his generosity to Christmas.
The State of Missouri hasn't needed to build a new prison facility in more than a decade, but that could all change.
This week on Four State Finds with Carla Pesono, she shows us where to find a taste of Philadelphia.
Christmas is alive in the City of Noel.