The Joplin City Council held a special meeting tonight on various economic development projects.
With Choices Emergency Shelter scheduled to close at the end of the month, the City of Pittsburg is looking into a way to keep it open.
An historical site in Mulberry gears up for an antique auction.
Several Carthage High School graduates give back to the school district with a special donation.
The operation committee unveiled the official shirt and award designs for the 2014 Joplin Memorial Run that will take place Saturday, May 10th.
A Webb City state representative is hoping to make some changes to the way prevailing wage laws are applied in Missouri.
State representative Chris Kelly of Columbia is sponsoring House Bill 1659.
This month, MODOT crews will aggressively tackle the problem to help keep highways smooth.
The fire was contained in the basement and burned partly through the first floor.
The suspect, who is described as in his early to mid 50’s, approximately 5’8” and medium build, was last seen walking west on Broadway.
Help pay for your college education with this scholarship.
Pitt State University performs some new arrangements at this years concert.
Habitat for Humanity gifts a new home to a family in Girard.
Missouri Southern is offering assistance to students who need help applying for financial aid.
The Joplin City Council will hold a special meeting tomorrow to discuss tax breaks for a beverage company.
A Carthage restaurant holds a fundraiser to raise money for an employee they recently lost.
A car crash in Grove left a woman killed and her husband hospitalized.
One Joplin hairdresser is an author... turned philanthropist.
The City of Galena is welcoming another new business to the area.
The March 31st deadline to obtain health insurance in Missouri is fast approaching.
Childcare workshops were held in Carthage today.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announces that Missouri is a top performing state in a trade and export program.
A Joplin man celebrates a major milestone today.
Many gathered at Carl Junction Community Center to checkout all the newest products and services around the four states.
Via Christi Hospital has never had an infant abduction and hospital officials want to keep it that way.
More fatalities occur in floods than any other natural disaster.
The court determined the way the state currently funds schools is unconstitutional.
Missouri lawmakers are pushing a bill that would help veterans start their own business.
A well known sandwich spokesman makes a stop in Joplin.
More than 150 area students are showing off their history knowledge.
School bands from around the Four States get the chance to show off their musical talents in Pittsburg today.
The Safety Award for Excellence is given to divisions of the Alliance company who provide a safe workplace for their employees.
A special award called the "Highway Angel" was handed out to Leonard Domina.
You may have to take an alternate route on your morning commute in Joplin.
A female officer with the Nevada Police Department is breaking gender stereotypes.
Cody Stephens has been sentenced to 15 years in prison and charged with first degree burglary and second degree murder.
Jennifer Bishop is suspected of misappropriating more than $18,000 from the PTO.
Nathan Whitney has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
A Miami fire destroys a gym that's been a second home to many athletes for years.
Nearly 15 years after the tragic Columbine High School shooting, students in Southeast Kansas hear from a victim's father.
This helps prepare students and teachers for severe weather season.
Secretary Jason Kander talked about the importance of entrepreneurship and fostering local job growth.
A vegetarian diet focuses more on greens and whole grains, which ultimately effects the heart.
Many Joplin residents lost trees during the May 2011 tornado, but a partnership is helping put those trees back in place.
This Saturday, the team will give a portion of their proceeds to help benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.
This years total was $500 more than last years promotion.
Felix Wright donated $100,000 to the Carthage R-9 School Foundation to acquire naming rights for the special education portion of the district's new facility.
Students are celebrating Reading Week with therapy dogs.
A student club at Joplin High School will be competing in a national competition this spring.
The auction helps the sports department offset the sports teams expenses.