More than 200 hundred campers are spending there weekend in Pineville.
With the start of school just around the corner, a Joplin business starts a drive to help collect school supplies for kids.
125 local first responders learned different aspects of disaster situations.
House Bill 2874 makes gun license certifications valid for only three years.
The new equipment cost 366 thousand dollars and was funded by the public safety sales tax voters approved last year.
Southeast Kansas welcomes its 40th Annual Four State Farm Show.
You've heard of Johnny Cash, the Man in Black, but Webb City now has its own man in black.
One of the questions facing Carthage voters on August 5th, is a decision on a wastewater bond.
The Joplin Homebuyers Assistance Program is moving their offices downtown.
Golfing, fishing, and boating are hobbies most CEO's like to do in their spare time, but that's not exactly the case for one local CEO.
The creator of Precious Moments comes back to Carthage to perfect one of his masterpieces.
Today, a federal appeals court has ruled that Oklahoma must allow gay couples to marry.
If a fire happened at your home, would your kids know how to escape?
Local officers are reminding residents the importance of locking car doors to prevent crime.
Golden City Harvest Days is this weekend and not only is there a lot of fun to be had at the family festival, they're also working to raise awareness for a good cause.
Hunting for employment can be tough for an older worker whose skills may not match the 21st century job market, but a Missouri program is helping close the gap.
The City of Cherokee is encouraging the community to vote on a new sales tax.
The City of Girard gets more than a million dollars for a road project.
The Joplin Public Library is adding a little magic to the adult summer reading program.
A seminar was held today in Carl Junction to educate the community on financial responsibility
A SUV struck the side of a tractor trailer on AA.
Beimdiek will give three prizes away to non profits.
Kids and adults today discovered their inner artist by learning creative ways they can decorate chocolate-covered treats.
An emergency dispatch issue in Joplin, which caused one man's house to burn down, is now being fixed.
The festival is underway in Barton County.
Bicycling is becoming more and more popular in Joplin.
Carthage hotels are seeing a boost in tourism.
With the summer in full swing, children end up having a lot of free time, but that's not the case in Galena.
The City of Joplin is reaching out to the community about a renewal of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax to fix city roads.
The Joplin School District is looking for bus drivers.
Joplin's Third Thursday Event will have some special visitors this evening.
An area animal shelter is in desperate need of kitty litter.
Several Carl Junction students are helping foster kids transition into a home.
A new business in Joplin is publishing a business directory for the surrounding community in two languages.
The City of Miami is moving forward with the demolition of the B.F. Goodrich Plant.
A house fire in Miami damages a family's home this morning.
Terrell Pepper and Patrick Orender are behind bars after allegedly stealing items from the Burlington Northern Railroad.
Today, an attorney representing Neosho Mayor Richard Davidson releases a statement relating to the lawsuit filed by Councilman Steve Hart against City Attorney Steven Hays and the mayor.
This evening, Southwest Missouri Democrats held a debate on Amendment 1, also known as the "Right to Farm" bill.
Shoppers at Northpark Mall in Joplin may soon be paying more on sales tax when making purchases.
The Neosho square is attracting more customers.
Some law enforcement agencies question whether it's a good idea to stick with a pursuit if it could put the public at risk. But one local sheriff's office doesn't back off pursuits and it's proving successful.
After starting a volunteer program six years ago, the Baxter Springs Emergency Medical Service Team is being recognized for their hard work.
Two Joplin brothers are quite thrilled after hearing they've won a Michael Jackson competition.
Two and half months after an EF-2 tornado hit Baxter Springs, volunteers continue to help with the recovery efforts.
The Neosho High School Cross Country Team is running to the golf course to raise money.
A local animal shelter has received a generous donation to help complete their surgical center.
The fall semester is still a month away, but Missouri Southern's president is already looking forward to August 18th and beyond.
The event will be held this Saturday starting at 10 a.m.
The group will help seniors prepare a living will, make estate plans along with other documents.