Three runaway teens fled and eluded deputies on a pursuit through Parsons.
Thursday, August 21, the Pittsburg Police Department will have officers on the street to observe those that are not buckled up.
Meteorologist Ray Foreman, News Anchor Jennifer Penate and Sports Director Andy Searcy take on the ice bucket challenge.
Joplin City Council members hire a project manager tonight for the library project at 20th and Connecticut.
In tonight's Phillip's Files Revisited, Bob Phillips shows us how a local musician was able to overcome a major obstacle and take his talents to a new level.
After several setbacks, volunteers move hundreds of boxes full of school supplies into the new Joplin High School.
An abandoned cemetery is now cleaned up thanks to the help of Jasper County inmates.
Traffic problems at Neosho High School are forcing administrators to make changes, including eliminating preferred parking for seniors.
A human and women's rights activist is being remembered in Miami this week, a decade after her death.
This week on Four State Finds, Carla Pesono is at Sam's Cellar in Neosho.
More than 300 students are enrolled for the 2014-2015 school year.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College students are back on campus for the fall semester.
Students at Martin Luther Christian School in Joplin are enjoying the first of day in a major remodeled facility.
The Newton County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting that took place early this morning.
The man accused of stealing thousands of dollars from an organization that fights crimes has been sentenced to five years probation.
Weekend Crew does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Volunteers spent the entire day improving animal facilities on the east side of the Joplin Humane Society's campus.
Construction will deal with parking improvements near stadium.
Kansas Police Departments participate in campaign to stop people from drinking and driving.
Dozens of riders will travel to five other cities to celebrate custom-made luxury motorcycles.
Hundreds of cyclists participate in today's Svitak Freedom Ride.
More than 1,200 students moved their belongings into dorm rooms today.
Cherokee County Sheriffs Office asks drivers to be extra cautious around schools during the school year.
The Joplin School District receives the go ahead to start moving into the new high school.
Over the past month, the Duenweg Police Department has seen a spike in cars being broken into.
The Missouri Southern Board of Governors approved a proposal today to build a DNA lab on campus.
Kimberly Harrigle, 17, left Neosho High School Friday with unknown persons to an unknown location.
John Deere announces hundreds of layoffs around the country, including nearly two dozen at its Coffeyville plant.
The Joplin Police Department and Freeman Ozark Center are partnering together to help certain individuals.
A local wellness center in Pittsburg held its grand opening today.
A local photo recovery organization is beginning a new chapter by helping people save their memories.
Several hundred Precious Moments collectors are visiting Carthage for an annual event.
The City of Joplin is offering free wood chips and taking in your downed tree limbs this weekend.
A week filled with animals, shows, and carnival games is kicking off in Miami this Saturday.
After spending three years in one of the most dangerous spots in Afghanistan, a Joplin man has made it safely back home.
A member of the Joplin School Board is stepping down.
Drivers are having some difficulties adjusting to the new roundabout at Stone's Corner.
The Quapaw Tribal Marshals will now be revving up their engines on two wheels while on duty.
In tonight's Schaer Science, KSN's Jessica Schaer shows us why fighting a wildfire in open land is much different than fighting a structure fire.
The City of Pittsburg is working diligently to complete as many construction projects before a street sales tax expires.
Brittany Aulden Barnes pleads guilty to tornado fraud and aggravated identity theft.
There's a new club in Joplin which allows women to socialize and practice shooting techniques.
Work crews have begun to lay new fiber optic cables in Pittsburg.
Missouri Southern students are moving into their dorms today and for some, it's a brand new experience.
Since 1989 the Joplin Area Habitat for Humanity has helped 160 families.
A local woman celebrates a rare occasion, her 104th birthday.
Class is now in session for Miami schools, and students aren't the only ones who experienced their very first day of class.
A Joplin photographer has taken pictures of some famous rock stars over the years and they're now on display.
Two people are behind bars and one is still on the loose after a high speed chase through Joplin.
Faculty and staff at Pittsburg State University gathered today for a meeting to kick start the 112th academic year.