The CBCO is seeing a blood shortage for hospitals in Southeast Kansas.
If you're looking for a fun trick or treat option on Halloween, you may want to visit Carthage.
The Joplin Humane Society is noticing an increase in the numbers of adoptions that are being returned.
Drivers in Columbus will now see a lower speed limit on a section of North High School Avenue.
The City of Miami is one step closer to naming the next city manager.
The McDonald County Sheriff's Office is making sure stores are checking ID's when selling alcohol.
Members of the Joplin School Board have decided to get rid of two modular units at Royal Heights Elementary School, and school staff say this is a good thing.
The Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce wants to make sure voters are informed before heading to the polls in two weeks.
The Pitt State community gathers today to remember domestic violence victims and survivors.
The final public nomination review for the Murphysburg Residential District to be added to the National Registry took place tonight.
Area quilters are sewing for a good cause.
Oklahomans will be voting on whether those holding government office should be allowed to serve in the military.
Missouri deer hunters may have an extra busy season to look forward to this year.
Joplin students get to hear a performance from an internationally traveled string quartet today
A new report says Kansas schools rank fifth in the nation for budget cuts.
Integris Grove Hospital appoints a new president.
People gather at Pittsburg's Memorial Auditorium this morning for the annual Economic Outlook Conference.
The Bourbon County United Way prepares for its second annual zombie chase.
The Ottawa County Tribe is fighting breast cancer all week long.
If you're in downtown Joplin, you may notice a new wall mural.
The winner of the Carthage Maple Leaf Parade float has been announced.
New lab space at a Joplin campus means a high tech step forward for students and local industry.
Area law enforcement are asking you to be careful by looking out for e-mail lottery scams.
Parsons police are warning residents about a phone scam.
Members vote to move Neosho High School's Spring ceremony to MSSU.
Sherry Fury passed away Monday night.
Robert Pfeffer, 72, of Joplin, is the winner of $75,000.
It was a special night for KODE/KSN as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
The Joplin City Council met tonight to discuss a proposed early childhood center for the city.
The Ebola issue in Dallas is raising concerns for Joplin air passengers.
The Southeast High School Debate and Forensics Team is part of the top 10% in the nation.
An animal shelter in Miami is closing.
One man is in custody and another is in the hospital after an early morning shooting in Joplin.
A cold front came over Joplin this afternoon.
A silent horror film is showing in Miami this weekend.
The Vernon County Commission and Region M Solid Waste Management District are hosting a fall countywide clean up.
More than a thousand drivers pass through a weekend drunk driving checkpoint.
Carthage R-9 School District unanimously votes to pass a resolution to go against Amendment 3.
Carthage police are taking their daily parking control efforts to a Segway.
Winter will be here before we know it, is your car ready for the harsh conditions?
Children in Pittsburg will soon have a new area to play.
Mike Carpino Ford in Columbus is participating in a unique fundraiser.
Suicide rates have increased over the last decade, and an area university is trying to help lower the number.
Carthage police officers are wrapping up their latest community policing project
Joplin police are reminding drivers about the importance of safety in crosswalks.
A Joplin free lunch program is cutting its days of service in half.
A Missouri facility wants to accept ebola-contaminated waste from Texas, but the state's attorney general says "no way."
The Foxberry Terrace Cottages are located at 4316 N. St. Louis.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is warning drivers of deer on the roadways as we move further into the fall season.
Joplin Heights area will see a asphalt mill and overlay.