Shannon interviews Sue Joslin from St. Luke's Nursing Center in Carthage for the Summer Road Show.
Kierstie Smith with the Joplin Chamber of Commerce joins them tonight to talk about all the construction projects going on right now in Joplin.
John Farnen updates us about the construction of the new Mercy Hospital Joplin on South Main Street.
Joining Ray Foreman and Jennifer Penate tonight is Attorney Aaron Sachs, who is giving away children's bike helmets.
As part of the Summer Road Show, Aaron Sachs will be giving away bike helmets.
Aaron Sachs talks about rebuilding after the tornado and his bike helmet program.
Aaron Sachs discusses how parents can come by and get a free bike helmet for a child under the age of 12.
Wendi Douglas with the Carthage Convention and Visitors Bureau joins Ray Foreman tonight to discuss events scheduled in Carthage over the next two months.
Boomers BBQ Owner Willy Waggoner tell us a little bit about the restaurant and what he has to offer customers.
Wendi Douglas from the Carthage CVB runs through the numerous events in Carthage over the weekend.
Willy Waggoner talks about the move to the new location for Boomer's BBQ in Carthage as well as their smoked bologna.
Willy Waggoner explains how his hobby of creating delicious barbecue turned into a business at Boomer's BBQ.
Joining Tiffany tonight is Maple Leaf Committee Chairperson Jeanine Poe.
Joining Tiffany tonight is St. Luke's Resident Tommy Thompson.
Joining Ray tonight is Rhonda Olvera with the Carthage Mercy Pediatric Clinic.
Tiffany and Ray are live tonight from St. Luke's in Carthage for the KODE Summer Road Show. Joining them tonight is St. Lukes Nursing Center Director Sue Joslen.
Frank Fleming talks about what it is like living at St. Luke's.
Mercy's Dr. David Tonkin visits with GMFS
Get a glimpse at what you can expect at the Carthage Maple Leaf Festival
St. Luke's Board of Directors President Talks about the great assets the facility has to offer
Shannon and Jessica visit St. Luke's in Carthage for the final stop on this year's Summer Road Show
Paula Bone with the Heartland Crime Stoppers speaks with Philip Mitchell.
Jonathan Dawson talks about the questions he's getting regarding mortgage rates.
Webb City Band Boosters join us to talk about Webbstock.
Joining us now is David Endicott from NEO Tech Solutions to talk about network needs.
Joining us is Eileen Nichols the director of the Webb City Farmer's Market to talk to us about this year's Art in the Park event.
Mary Kay Director Chris Burnside joins us today.
Sandy Fletcher talks about the Big Pink Bus, AKA Mercy Mobile Mammography unit.
Daniel Morales tells some of the many applications for his company's specialty stonework.
Erin Braker tells Gary and Melanie about an upcoming visit from the Carson & Barnes Circus.
Jeff Montgomery talks about the kinds of questions attendees of the Expo have been asking.
Eric interviews Angie from Mercy hospital at the KSN Roadshow at Granny Shaffer's in Webb City.
The last KSN Roadshow continues at Granny Shaffer's in Webb City where Eric talks to Robert Brenneman.
Tiffany and Ray are live tonight from Signature Interior Expressions on Range Line. Joining them is Project Executive Director Dan Schoh with Mercy Hospital.
Tiffany and Ray are live tonight from Signature Interior Expressions on Range Line. Joining them is Tom Breddish form the Joplin Supply Company.
Tiffany and Ray are live tonight from Signature Interior Expressions on Range Line. Joining them is Mercy Clinics COO Rodney Heyne.
Tiffany and Ray are live tonight from Signature Interior Expressions on Range Line. Joining them is a representative from Prairie Moon and Sun Casino.
Tiffany and Ray are live tonight from Signature Interior Expressions on Range Line. Joining them are the owners Shane and Krista Lake.
Tom Braddish and RJ Hall discuss the partnership between Joplin Supply and Signature Interior Expressions.
John Farnen gives us on update on the current construction at Mercy.
Krista Lake explains the name change from Signature Granite and the offer services offered.
Shane Lake discusses the difference between granite and quartz for countertops.
We're live at Gorilla Village on the Pittsburg State University campus for the 2013 Summer Road Show. Katrina Burke with Mercy Hospital joins us today. She specializes in family medicine with obstetrics.
This is the 8th year for Paint the Town Red, where business decorate their storefront using red and gold.
For any college to succeed, it's important to have support from the community. Pittsburg State University President Doctor Steve Scott joins us today to talk about how having that support helps the school succeed.
Ben Barnes tells why the two casinos are one of the Road Show sponsors.
Director of University Development Kathleen Flannery explains how PSU is so successful at fundraising, and how it provided an astonishing amount of scholarships to Pitt students.
Dr. Katrina Burke announces the new clinic in Arma, Kansas.
Randy Roberts tells some of the history of the school mascot, Gus the gorilla.
Anna Gudde of the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce explains why the "Paint the Town Red" event is so special.