Delaware County officials capture an escaped convict who's been on the loose since March 10th.
Neosho city leaders, school administrators and MoDOT officials break ground to kick off improvements to Route 60 in Neosho.
Local healthcare volunteers are celebrated for their kindness and compassion.
A theatre troupe opens up communication on different issues across the State of Missouri.
The Joplin City Council gave first round approval to raise fees at Schifferdecerk Golf Course.
The City of Joplin can soon take the next step to add more services at the public training center.
Parsons police release the identity of a man shot and killed over the weekend.
A group of Missouri religious leaders are hoping to prompt the state to rethink the death penalty.
Some students homework could soon be on your dinner plate.
There are only a few places for the homeless to go in Pittsburg, but a new initiative aims to change that.
For many shoppers, sales tax is something you don't really want to pay, but don't pay much attention to. There can be a big difference in the impact to your wallet based on where you're shopping.
Missouri state leaders are taking another look at whether to require a photo I.D. to vote.
Students at Pittsburg State University host a Super Hero 5K to raise money for March of Dimes.
An area university names a new track after a well known Pittsburg business man.
Southeast Elementary School students thank the Cherokee County commissioners for their help with a new safe room.
A recent outbreak of dog flu in Chicago causes concern for local pet owners.
A Parsons man has been shot and killed, and the police need your help locating a person of interest.
A community comes together Sunday afternoon to remember the life of a 12-year-old Golden City girl who was kidnapped, raped, and murdered in 2013.
Today people in Pittsburg enjoyed a free performance by a prestigious military band.
Incident happened just west of Carthage. Another is in serious condition.
Report says e-cigarette use by teens is on the rise
Limit benefits for needy families from 60 months to 45 months.
The Duenweg Volunteer Fire Department hosted its Annual Chili Supper all day today.
The Better Business Bureau has released its top consumer concerns for 2014.
Gun collectors from around the area gather in Joplin today to build their collection and help a good cause.
Sinkhole is 20 feet deep and six feet wide.
A local homeless shelter in Parsons is trying to raise awareness by sleeping outside overnight.
Local artist show off their unique and recycled artwork in Carthage.
Construction on the future Joplin Crosslines facility is taking longer than expected, leaving workers scrambling to find a temporary place to provide services. Having sold the current building to the city, the organization must be moved out in the next few weeks.
Several thousand visitors to Neosho were on the hunt for a good deal.
With just about a month left in the legislative session, Missouri lawmakers tell voters what they can expect to become law. Several members of the Missouri House and Senate met with local residents this morning in Webb City.
Southeast Kansas students are showing off their construction skills.
The State of Kansas is working to stop the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma from expanding into Kansas.
A local elementary school holds a pep rally for students preparing to take the Missouri Assessment Program.
Farmers had a chance to show off all the hard work they've put into their crops.
A Southeast High School teacher receives the Excellence in Scholarship Award from Pittsburg State University.
A historic building at Missouri Southern State University could soon receive national recognition.
The Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce announces the finalists for the Small Business of the Year Award.
It's not too late for Joplin residents who didn't sign up for health insurance this year to avoid paying a tax penalty.
Investigators file paper work to ensure no evidence is destroyed as they continue their investigation into possible pornographic images of Joplin High School students.
Local advocates set up a display highlighting the consequences of legislative inaction on Medicaid at Joplin's Third Thursday.
Pittsburg State University's Women's Studies Club recognizes National Equal Pay Day.
A local sorority holds an event educating the public on issues of violence against women.
The City of Joplin receives an economic development update from the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce.
Representatives for a proposed casino near Frontenac respond to concerns raised by the Kansas Lottery Commission.
An area center is celebrating two decades of helping change lives.
Are you planning to buy any big ticket appliances any time soon? If you decide to shop in the State of Missouri, you might be in luck!
Renovations are almost complete for the Newton County Historical Museum.
The City of Neosho is tearing down old buildings to make room for new projects.
School administrators in Oswego are encouraging students to walk, but some parents are against it.