Less than 24 hours after announcing he's running for Missouri governor, Tom Schweich makes a campaign stop in Joplin.
The INTEGRIS Hospital in Grove celebrates five years of operation Thursday.
This time of year, dry and cold weather can be rough on your skin, and one local goat farmer says she has the solution. In today's Schaer Science, we visit the Garden 'n Goat Farm in Nashville, Missouri to learn how to make goat milk soap.
A Missouri man is being charged in federal court for shooting at an airplane in Lawrence County.
Thursday, Pittsbug State University holds its first ever spring convocation.
Most of the fourth graders at Lakeside Elementary School in Pittsburg already know what they want to be when they grow up.
They are the students who could be taking over our jobs in a few years. Back in a permanent home at the new Joplin High School, JET 14 is giving kids a state of the art classroom.
The Miami School District is informing the public about a $22.7 million bond proposal.
Volunteers in Pittsburg are participating in a program to count the number of homeless people.
If you have outgrown your jeans, two local high school seniors say they'll take them off your hands.
Commerce Bank in Columbus is taking orders for the annual cupcake drive for Relay for Life.
Dozens of students had a chance to take a field trip to help their community.
Ottawa County is preparing for extreme weather.
State auditors are looking into possible wrongdoing at a local court.
A Lamar business agrees to buy one of the city's buildings in order to prevent them from moving out of the city limits.
Five candidates are campaigning to be part of the Southeast School Board.
More housing will soon be coming to Pittsburg.
A professor at Pittsburg State says her teaching experience internationally has made her a better instructor.
A Joplin teenager is still in recovery after suffering from acute flaccid myelitis.
Residents in Joplin could see some changes in their neighborhoods.
Local farmers met in Neosho to learn about new programs in the 2014 farm bill.
Joplin has been picked as the first city to host a new display from the missouri state archives.
The Department of Technology at Pittsburg State University has completed its wood technology lab after a recent donation.
The current flu epidemic is putting health care employees at increased risk of catching the virus.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich announces his candidacy for the state's governor.
The Neosho Recycling Center is now accepting used cooking grease.
Carthage city residents are one step closer to getting a bike system.
Local environmental advocates are hoping some Shoal Creek signs will help residents think twice about pollution.
Fairland Elementary is recognizing their 100th day of school this year.
The Joplin School District is relocating its Early Childhood Center, and school leaders might have found a spot.
Joplin City Councilman Ryan Stanley is offering his opinion on the recent resignation for Wallace Bajjali.
The Pittsburg Business Education Alliance hosted its annual Career Opportunities Day.
The Pittsburg City Commission has approved a contract for fire services.
The Joplin Fire Department is urging people to avoid burning leaves in these spring like temperatures.
The Joplin Health Department has released updated flu numbers for 2014.
Pittsburg city commissioners are moving forward with plans to bring a casino to Crawford County.
As Joplin's city hall looks into legal options with its master developer contract, the impact is rippling out through the proposed projects around town.
Former city manager Mark Rohr talks about Wallace Bajjali and what happened during his time as city manager.
Joplin City Council Member Bill Scearce tells us he's been skeptical of David Wallace for quite some time.
Area Catholic schools celebrate National Catholic Schools Week.
The Joplin School Board has some tough financial decisions to make in the coming years. Decisions that could be upwards of tens of millions of dollars.
Noel Primary students are sending love to the armed forces overseas.
Several thousand people were in Joplin today with one motive, to get a job.
Sports program directors at Crowder College are all smiles today after their plan to fund a new indoor facility was approved.
Community leaders gathered in Parsons to grow their leadership skills.
Joplin City Council Member Bill Scearce says he's been skeptical of David Wallace for quite some time.
The unemployment rate is remaining steady in Kansas, but is rising in two counties.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami is encouraging the public to suit up for Valentine's Day.
A few hundred students got a bit of culture today.
A Joplin realtor has been named the 2015 President of Missouri Realtors.