Missouri lawmakers have proposed a bill that would ban police captured footage from the public.
An area shelter celebrates three decades of helping the less fortunate.
A fundraiser to help feed the less fortunate has exceeded its goal.
Chocolatiers from all over the world participate in the 4th Annual Chocolate Boot Camp in Joplin.
An area transportation service needs your help making sure they can get people where they need to go.
Pittsburg State University receives a significant gift of artwork.
A state court strikes down a Missouri plan that deals with implementing common core testing.
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill announced this week she's aiming to end the embargo between the United States and Cuba.
A local town isn't waiting for storm season to make sure all its tornado sirens are in working order.
A decision Tuesday by the Pittsburg City Commission could result in a tax increase for residents in the future.
It's been 14 years since a Neosho 9 year old passed away from cancer, inspiring his family and community to help others like him. The Christopher Foundation continues to battle pediatric cancer and brighten the lives of sick children.
Two arrests have been made in connection to a series of burglaries on Grand Lake.
A group of young students received a valuable lesson today from the American Red Cross.
A financial boost means a local library will be handing out free books to young readers to keep.
The city of Pittsburg is making changes to the south side of town with the addition of a grocery store and apartment complex.
Hundreds of Carthage High School Seniors gathered at Fairview Christian Church today to participate in ethics day.
The Carthage R-9 School District will soon have new school buses.
Missouri's Attorney General says he's worried a proposal before the FCC would mean more unwanted robocalls on cell phones.
When Mercy's new hospital opens, it will showcase a long list of state-of-the-art features, but it will also draw a strong connection to the past.
The Oklahoma Attorney General secures a judgment against a Miami restaurant owner accused of sexually harassing employees.
The Missouri Supreme Court rules the state Department of Revenue went too far to tax a Joplin gym.
The Joplin School Board gets a look at some of the long-term needs of some of the district's buildings.
Kansas lawmakers are taking action to expand alcohol sales.
Driving on U.S. 400 will soon be easier and less congested.
Miami residents can now see how a school bond issue will affect their property taxes.
Voting for the $22.7 million school bond issue in Miami is almost here.
There's a new police officer on the Joplin PD staff, and this one is only a year and a half old.
A longtime Joplin restaurant is closing and making way for a new pizza place.
An area elementary school principal got a mohawk today, all for a good cause.
More than a dozen 8th grade students at The Avilla School come together to honor people who are deep rooted in the small tight-knit community.
Southwest Missouri Children's Center leaders say child abuse is on the rise.
The Commerce High School cheerleading squad gets recognized for their work in the classroom.
Two proposed bills in Kansas could change the way classes are taught in schools.
The Carthage Fire Department is investigating a suspicious fire.
A Joplin Man will spend a decade behind bars for child molestation charges.
The Branson community plans to pay tribute to a 6-year-old girl killed over the weekend.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is holding a public meeting about navigating roundabouts.
The Downtown Joplin Alliance is asking the public's opinion about parking for free.
The Neosho Police Department is working to keep drunk and hazardous drivers off the road.
The Parsons community is invited to have coffee with the new police chief.
If you wanted to see Laura Bush at Pittsburg State, you missed your chance.
Software allows teachers to create their own lessons according to state mandates. Teachers can use the program to see what does and doesn't work in the classroom.
During a recent stop in Southeast Kansas, Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins spoke about several issues being worked on in nation's capitol, including the budget.
The Kansas State Legislature is reviewing a bill that could offer contracts to teachers throughout the state.
Members of one Joplin church say Black History Month is a time for everyone to celebrate.
Students at several schools across Missouri today received free professional assistance in completing the FAFSA for the 2015-2016 school year.
Tomorrow at 6:30PM at First Lutheran Church in Neosho.
Victim is a 30 year old male from Joplin, according to Newton County Sheriff's Office
Winning movies can be the hardest to get your hands on.
51 teams with more than 550 athletes, ranging from high school to youth cheer are participating.