A multi-million dollar habitat restoration project will be in the spotlight Thursday.
Dan Salisbury is named Joplin's Assistant Director of Public Works.
A former Joplin police chief is a step closer to taking Missouri's top law enforcement job.
The Kansas Department of Transportation and the City of Pittsburg is making improvements to East Quincy Street, but that means part of the road will need to be closed down.
The U.S. Army Field Band will be performing a concert this weekend.
INTEGRIS Baptist Regional Health Center in Miami receives the 2015 Women's Choice Award.
The American Red Cross is celebrating National Volunteer Month by giving the gift of life.
The Quapaw Tribe Fire Department responded to a fire at the Picher Mining Museum at 3:39 Tuesday morning.
Fort Scott Community College is taking on a project to restore a one room school house on its campus.
The City of Pittsburg chooses a new mayor and swears in a new commissioner.
Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder travels to Joplin to speak to the Pachyderm Committee.
The Joplin School District opens the doors to its new performing arts center to the public for the first time.
Two new Joplin School Board members are sworn into their positions.
A Northeastern Oklahoma regional prevention group is partnering with law enforcement to crack down on underage drinking.
Governor Jay Nixon has named Missouri's next state auditor.
State lawmakers are close to passage of a bill protecting Missouri seniors from fraud.
The tax day deadline is just one day away, and there are countless taxpayers scrambling to get it all done.
Missouri Southern staff leaders say the new dorms are almost complete.
A new program is helping students in Pittsburg get more active.
KGCS-TV students from Missouri Southern have been recognized this week by the Missouri Broadcast Educators Association.
Students in the Southeast High School Technology Student Association qualify for nationals.
Hundreds of high school students from Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma are putting their math skills to the test.
Young people can enjoy free airplane rides in Miami this weekend.
Neosho city leaders might be building a foot golf course in the near future.
A man will go to prison for his role in a Granby home invasion.
Alex "Paco" Martinez pled guilty to second-degree assault on Monday.
A group of local artists is raising money to help one of their own.
The Show-Me State Games kicks off its 2015 torch run Monday in Joplin.
The Nevada Rotary Club has come up with a creative way to raise money for the community.
A devastating fire on Sunday destroyed the Asylum Haunted House in Chetopa.
After twenty years of service, Detective Sergeant Chad Allison is retiring from the Joplin Police Department.
Marijuana isn't the only potential topic for the ballot next year.
While many areas in the Four States have public storm shelters, one Southeast Kansas city is not designating a shelter.
It's a ballot question that voters in Colorado and Oregon have approved, now Missouri voters may get their chance to decide whether marijuana should be legal.
The Miami High School Native American Club is making their mark on campus.
This week is National Student Employment Week, and the faculty at PSU are honoring its student employees.
The city of Miami is calling all small businesses to discuss the future.
The proceeds will go towards new materials and equipment for the Crowder Bill and Margot Lee Library.
Under this bill, people who receive welfare can only withdraw up to twenty-five dollars per day.
Moss House staff leaders in Nevada are asking the Vernon County Commission to sponsor them in a community development block grant.
A new law will try to boost Missouri's chances of attracting more data centers within state lines.
A Pineville man is dead after a crash Sunday afternoon.
More than 200 kids participated in a Miniature Warrior Dash in Pittsburg this afternoon.
Visitors received a tree and were able to feed the fish.
Current players on roster have a wide variety of experience, ranging from college to MLB
Meterologist Stacey Garvilla says our pollen count has been in the high category for several weeks now.
Prom is always an exciting time, but when community members volunteered to escort more than 30 special needs children to the dance, that was the icing on the cake.
Pitt State students were out in the community today to help clean up the city.
Annual event teaches local kids how to live healthier and active lives.
Team is looking for summer workers.