Last night's severe weather put many Miami citizens in a dangerous situation.
Throughout this month, financial advisors are encouraging students and parents to make a college savings plan.
Two campers at Rivers Bend Campground flipped over around 11:15 last night and the victims are learning to cope with the loss.
Three years of planning and preparation went into action today as the new Joplin High School opened for its first day of class.
It's been a day that students have been looking forward to for more than three years, and it's finally here.
A longtime Carthage restaurant reopens its dining area with new decor.
Jasper County commissioners approve raising court fines earmarked to support Lafayette House.
Residents in Newton County woke up to downed limbs and no power this morning.
Construction is still ongoing at the new performing arts building on the Joplin High School campus.
A water main break in the City of Jay leads to many businesses closing for the day.
Administrators are crunching the numbers to see how many students are enrolled at Joplin High School this year.
The Lamar Police Department has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing 3-year-old.
Mayor Mike Harris accepted Chief Chris Thompson's letter of resignation today.
The pursuit ended after traveling through a corn field and ending up in a bean field.
Fewer people were killed on Missouri highways over the just-ended Labor Day when compared to a year ago.
Brad Douglas is with JHS Principal and a JHS Senior discussing being home at the new facility.
Due to the Labor Day wind storm damage residents are welcome to bring their tree limbs and branched to the limb processing site 1702 North Schifferdecker Ave.
The Pittsburg Police Department is seeking information on the individuals responsible for criminal damage to one of the SEK Art Fest's Footballs during the early morning hours of Sunday, August 31st.
On this Mitchell's Money Minute, we wrap up our discussion on renter's insurance.
This week Bob Phillips introduces us to a Neosho man who is a bullet artist.
Some of us didn't have the day off to spend in front of the grill, but had to work.
Many of us will be firing up the grill this Labor Day, but it's important to be safe.
There's a new way of funding higher education for Missouri citizens.
Labor Day means more drivers on the road.
During the last month, Zan's Creekside Campground saw less floaters than usual because of low water levels.
After two more incidents of vandalism over the last three days the statues are being moved.
Starting Monday, runners can register for the half marathon and 5K on Saturday May 16, 2015 and the Walk of Silence on Friday, May 15th.
More than $12,000 was donated to restore an after-school program's building.
After a week long delay, Joplin High School students will begin class Tuesday, September 2nd.
NOAA weather radio transmitter is down due to an electrical outage.
This Tuesday, the Kansas Department of Transportation plans to begin construction on Highway 400.
We're less than 48 hours away from the first day of classes for students at the new Joplin High School.
A boil advisory has been issued for parts of Anderson, MO.
A heavy preservation project for Cherokee County is expected to cost more than $22 million
Agenda includes a discussion on an agreement with the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
This is the 10th year of the national campaign.
Filling Station was donated to Webb City. Originated in the early 1900's.
After months of extremely dry weather, the Parsons Farmers Market has decided to shut down early this season.
Four Missouri fire departments spend hours battling a late-night fire in Neosho.
One man in Nevada raises more than $7,000 for a local women's shelter.
Wallace-Bajjali has purchased the Coke building from the Joplin Redevelopment Corporation.
The Sarcoxie School District is keeping students and staff safe in the event of severe weather.
Little Balkans Days is featuring seniors with talents.
This is the 20th anniversary of the Little Balkans Days in Pittsburg and one of the fun events include an exotic petting zoo.
Over the past several years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has set new standards on school lunches, but what about parents who pack their own child's lunch?
A man on a mission is biking from coast to coast and makes a stop in Joplin today.
The City of Nevada buys a historic building in order to keep the community safe.
The Eastern Shawnee Tribe officially announces plans to reopen Bordertown Casino in Seneca.
Empire customers could soon pay nearly $10 more each month for their electric bills.
The Joplin School District finds out how it's doing in the Missouri Annual Performance review.