A local Oklahoman is in the process of writing a book about the history of mining.
More than one thousand roses were given away from a Joplin florist.
There's a new app that could literally save your life.
The Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Missouri is receiving air conditioning for one of its gymnasiums.
It's been a busy day at the capitol as Missouri lawmakers debate whether to overturn the governor's vetoes.
Joplin police took Anthony Carter, 21, into custody on Tuesday. Kansas City police arrested Kristopher Smith, 27, also on Tuesday.
A McCune man, 52, is awaiting possible charges of possession of a controlled substance and driving under the influence.
Jarden Consumer Solutions presented a $5,000 check to Crosslines today to help at-risk families.
Carthage residents will soon be able to raise chickens inside city limits.
Baxter Springs residents will see an increase in property tax in the wake of the April 27th tornado.
The childbirth center at Mercy Hospital Carthage will join with the center Mercy Hospital Joplin.
Parsons police arrest three 15-year-old boys in connection to more than 15 car burglaries.
A new system at Mercy Hospital is helping diagnose and treat stroke victims.
A surprise celebration is held for a longtime board member of the Joplin Association for the Blind.
Voters may not have to wait much longer to find out who will fill an empty seat on the Joplin School Board.
An organization celebrates a milestone by participating in a nationwide 24 hour challenge.
State lawmakers now have a chance to reverse the Missouri governor's veto on several issues.
Webb City council members will discuss how to reopen a pool that hasn't been used in 30 years.
A Joplin artist is combining two of his passions.
A new treatment center has opened in Joplin to help people with severe wounds.
People in Miami are now able to look up burial records online.
Red Monkey Foods is relocating its Mount Vernon plant.
The Tri-State Water Resource Coalition gives an update on the progress of water resource studies in the area.
Jasper County commissioners vote to raise the general tax levy, but the city auditor says it won't be much more of a cost to the taxpayer.
Joplin Police are investigating a strong armed robbery on the Frisco Trail that occurred the afternoon of Monday, September 8th.
Pittsburg State University earned the highest ranking among Kansas' regional universities.
City Manager Fred Gress resigned from his post Tuesday morning during a special city commission meeting.
Larry Burch was taken into custody and charged with multiple felony charges.
The council will hold a special meeting this Wednesday at 6 p.m. to further discuss the matter.
Dakota Gunter, 23, is sentenced to 2nd degree sexual assault and will serve 5 years in the Department of Corrections.
Irving Elementary teachers got some relief after an overcrowding situation at the school.
The Miami Police Department is using new cameras to ensure accuracy inside and outside the courtroom.
Learning English as a second language is difficult, but it can be done with some determination.
A challenge is coming to downtown Joplin, and it's all to support a local nonprofit organization.
Even though it's a long way down the road, kindergartners are talking about going to college.
An area of Newton County is drawing the attention of sheriff's deputies due to the Joplin Honkies.
Missouri's Speaker of the House is in Southwest Missouri to talk about overriding a veto by the governor.
The Joplin Humane Society issued an emergency call for help for canned cat food. Residents heard the call and stepped up to help.
A respiratory virus is sending hundreds of kids to the hospital in numerous states, including Missouri.
A deal is in the works to keep the veterans clinic in Mount Vernon open until the end of the year.
Local Miami law enforcement's are educating the public about child abuse prevention.
David L. McKibben of Joplin was found dead inside his apartment.
John Berrey, Chairman of Quapaw Tribe, was appointed to the council.
City officials are in the process of preparing next year's budget.
Money is used to test soil after the May 2011 tornado
Work will consist of removing train tracks and lowering road surfaces
The organization is working to raise $250,000 to expand their facilities. The owner says she would like to help more people.
Supporters of Camp Mintahama are still fighting to keep it open.
Pre-game festivities started in 1998 at PSU.
All proceeds will support the Ronald McDonald House in Joplin