Riverton Elementary School students are in the spirit of giving this holiday season.
Neosho Junior High teachers are working together to get a bond issue passed.
The court administrator confirmed Magistrate Judge Bill Lyerla resigned from his position Tuesday.
The Nevada Regional Technical Center is hosting "Dunk for a Cure" to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
The Carthage Area United Way is needing your help to reach its largest goal.
The new Mercy Hospital will be rocking with a benefit concert.
Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri is helping homeless veterans find a home.
George Washington Carver Elementary students are learning how to run a business.
More than 2,000 Pittsburg residents will soon receive letters from city hall about their trash.
Pierce City is one of the many small towns in Missouri facing major expenses to fund upgraded sidewalks.
T-Mobile reveals a new plan that lets subscribers roll over unused data from one month to the next.
Toys R Us is ready for the last-minute Christmas rush.
Amazon is giving the gift of more time to procrastinating holiday shoppers.
The Kansas City Railroad brought the Holiday Express to Joplin.
The Joplin City Council gives the nod to move forward with multiple construction projects.
Chances of becoming a victim of theft are a lot higher during the holiday season.
A graphics design course at the Lamar Career and Technical Center is making a huge impression on students.
The City of Parsons has a new police chief.
A Joplin truck stop is getting into the Christmas spirit.
An area organization needs your help to support kids this holiday season.
The Pittsburg Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a day camp for children during Christmas break.
The last day to donate is December 19th.
A group of carolers stop by the Barton County Memorial Hospital today.
A health center that serves residents in Southwest Missouri is recognized for it's quality improvement achievements.
If you visited the post office today, you weren't alone.
Missourians partying during the holiday season are encouraged to use the designated driver program to help reduce D.W.I. accidents.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the Kansas Department of Agriculture join forces to combat cattle theft.
Lendon Woodruff was arrested in his patrol car on Sunday near his residence after officers received a drunk driving complaint.
The Miami Police Department has recently received several reports of thefts from vehicles in the southwest part of Miami.
Dozens of southeast Kansans celebrate Italian culture with food this afternoon.
An Iola-based battalion will be home for the holidays.
Members at a local church host a Christmas party for families in need.
All lanes of north and southbound State Highway 125 north of Fairland are finally open to traffic.
According to AAA officials, the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline could test $2.50 by Christmas.
A pedestrian was killed on I-49 in Pineville Friday afternoon.
Police, sheriff's deputies, and highway patrolmen made some new friends this morning.
Crowder College students walk across the stage for Fall Commencement.
More than 1200 less fortunate children in Ottawa County will be receiving Christmas presents thanks to the community's help.
A Joplin City Council member has been elected as the first vice president of the National League of Cities.
Missouri Southern holds its Winter Commencement Ceremony today for the 63rd graduating class.
The 5th Annual Dickensfest started Friday evening.
Christmas is a special time to be with your family, and one Joplin woman who's battling stage four cervical cancer is not wasting a single second of it.
A tragic accident in Afton claims the life of one teen and leaves another injured. Their classmates are now doing anything they can to help the teen's families in this difficult time.
A construction boom in the City of Neosho is continuing to increase the town's population.
Choosing a toy for a kid around Christmas can be hard, especially when you don't know what's appropriate for their age.
Local consultants of Arbonne International are helping Scrub Out Breast Cancer.
Thousands of people gathered at the Pittsburg Armory Friday to receive donations.
Several hundred Joplin students learned about giving the gift of life.
Parsons residents can now pay their utility bills online through the city's new website.
More than a two dozen local authors will be showing off their books this weekend.