An upcoming fundraiser will help the Fair Acres Family YMCA in Carthage.
The Neosho School District is educating students on how to stay healthy and stay off drugs.
Some dancing food is turning some heads on Range Line in Joplin.
Fort Scott Community College is hosting its sixth annual Careers in Construction Week.
A vandalizing spree has hit the City of Miami.
Mercy McCune Brooks in Carthage is improving access to care for cancer patients.
The vehicle set up for mammograms outside the Carl Junction Community Center Tuesday.
Kansas Gubernatorial Candidate Paul Davis met with community members in Pittsburg today.
Oklahoma voters will soon be able to cast their vote early.
Dean Kruithof has officially been chosen by the Miami City Council and Utility Board.
An area sheriff's department has invested in a new look.
Around 10:20 Monday night, the Joplin police and fire department responded to 2015 East 32nd Street for reports of a possible fire.
The driver swerved to miss a deer that entered the roadway.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism has confirmed a mountain lion sighting in Labette County.
Members of the Galena City Council will be part of a grand jury investigation in connection to a proposed landfill project.
The City of Duquesne has completed phase one of a program to build homes in the city.
You've probably heard the phrase too hot to handle, for some that's a great way to describe Buffalo Wild Wings Blazing Wing Challenge.
Joplin Habitat for Humanity is reminding residents to change their air filters.
USD 504 removes a community garden from the front of Neosho Heights Elementary School.
The Joplin Police Department is reminding parents to look out for potential risks on Halloween night.
Missouri voters will have some big decisions to make at the poll next week.
One student in Nevada is raising awareness for Down syndrome through community outreach.
Northeast Oklahoma A&M College is hosting a blood drive this Thursday.
A project to distribute thousands of teddy bears to sick children stops in Joplin.
A church group is helping keep residents in need warm this fall and winter.
Construction for a new building on the Cottey College campus in Nevada is underway
J&M Food is making room for its growing business.
The Southeast Kansas Humane Society will be giving away free straw for dog houses.
A large boiler is making its way through Cherokee County.
The State of Missouri will be getting a big check as part of a fraud settlement with a drug manufacturer.
The vehicle was occupied by two individuals, one having been ejected.
Cody Hutchins-Mapes was wanted for two felony counts of Probations Violation along with the vehicle theft.
Three people have been arrested in Stotesbury as the result of a drug operation conducted by the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office and the CNET Drug Task Force.
Crowder College will soon get training courses from the Joplin Police Department to help further the school's programs.
A car and motorcycle crash in Jasper County leaves a young man dead.
A new contract renewal between the City of Joplin and the Humane Society will cost the city more than 60 thousand dollars.
The Crawford County Health Department receives $20,000 to educate pregnant women.
The Cherokee County Clerk verifies 504 signatures from residents who are against the placement of a landfill north of Riverton.
There were 350 road fatals in Kansas last year.
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins discusses the importance of having an effective protocol in place for managing the ebola virus.
Jasper County Sheriff's deputies issue 16 ticket violations to businesses selling alcohol to minors.
More than a hundred people gather for the Southwest Missouri Democrats' banquet.
The Joplin City Council holds a special meeting to discuss candidates for the city manager position.
A benefit at Hideout Harley Davidson in Joplin helps a man battling breast cancer.
A recent survey says Kansas contracting firms struggling to find qualified applicants for fill openings.
Ride raises money for those affected in tornadoes in Moore, Ok, Joplin, and Baxter Springs.
Being a role model for young girls can be challenging, especially when you're just a teen.
For the next month, be aware of construction and lane closures when driving on I-44.
Northeast Oklahoma has a new place for you to learn military history.
They're often overlooked, but some college students do need assistance with food.