The Neosho Chamber of Commerce has partnered with C.J.R. Red Carpet Realtors to find the 2014 Business of the Year.
It's not everyday you meet a famous wolf, but Lamar elementary students are feeling lucky today.
An annual performance report shows the McDonald County School District's hard work is paying off.
Missouri Southern State University students are raising awareness of the veteran suicide epidemic.
A Joplin business is celebrating its 70th anniversary.
The Eastern Shawnee Tribe will now be able to look even further back into their history.
Construction is currently underway at Joplin's Joe Becker Stadium.
A reported arson suspect is arrested this morning in Craig County, Oklahoma.
Crews are searching for Rodney Wade David of Golden City.
Gregory Holcomb and Malinda Willis will both spend time in federal prison.
All profits from Monday, September 22nd will be given to St. Jude's.
The City of Joplin has installed a new National Weather Service Weather Radio Transmitter on top of city hall.
MoDot is taking bids this month on its last and one its biggest projects for Southwest Missouri.
Financial assistance will be available to households who near the federal poverty rate
Officials at the Joplin Regional Airport have resumed talks with American Airlines, in hopes of offering non-stop service to Chicago.
Take a look inside the student's new science classrooms.
The report was done by the Reason Foundation with the of data from 2012
Team members from Lowe's Hardware Store are working to give Camp Mintahama a face-lift.
A local man is charged with sexual misconduct with a child after being arrested this morning in Jasper County.
The funding will improve intersections and road deficiencies across the state.
After 56 million credit and debit cards were stolen from customers of The Home Depot in U.S. And Canada, officials say the breach is now eliminated.
Carl Junction Fire Chief Bill Dunn believes he figured out how the fire started at the Carl Junction United Methodist Church last month.
Grant will help pay for new Aquatic Handicap Lift and Medication and Transportation Assistance.
Report says students eligible for discounted meals has increased from 33% to 50% in the last 15 years.
Troopers received a report of a boat with no driver on Lake Stockton yesterday night.
Volunteers help mulch, fertilize, and garden plants for winter season.
A Neosho man will go to prison for stealing nearly five million dollars from his employer.
The City of Miami and Ottawa County are working together on a new project that will save tax payers money.
Artists from across the country are in Carthage this weekend for an annual event.
The Eastern Shawnee Tribe is hosting its 23rd Annual Pow Wow this weekend.
A woman from Jay is representing the state in the Ms. Veteran America Competition.
The Carl Junction High School Building Trades Program opens a new house and breaks ground on another one for families in need.
The Carthage Public Library is expanding their book collection for Spanish speaking residents.
The Missouri Southern Board of Governors approves a new master's program.
Joplin High School students are getting a different mix of classes on their new campus.
The department now has a fingerprint scanner specifically for conceal and carry weapon applicants.
No one was injured, and the plane had no major damages.
The Salvation Army announces donations totaling near 2 million dollars to Joplin rebuilding efforts.
Jared Prier is charged in the shooting of Tommy Webb.
A dedication ceremony was held today in Joplin to unveil the new Downtown Gateway Mural.
The State of Missouri is ranked as one of the top 10 states for farmers markets.
East Newton High School leaders are reassuring parents after receiving concerns about the use of new technology.
It's not on many calendars, but today is a holiday for cheeseburger lovers.
Starting in November, Day and Zimmerman officials will reduce their workforce at its Parsons location.
In this week's Schaer Science, we visit the Maret Center at Crowder College once again for part two of our introduction to wind technology. Tonight we learn the past and future of wind as a clean energy source.
Miami schools are focusing on improving after receiving Oklahoma's A through F report cards.
A building in Neosho is keeping local history alive.
Local organizations form a coalition to raise awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking.
The Joplin Convention and Visitors Bureau printed up 80,000 new visitors guides.
Neosho Faithful Friends Animal Advocates are gearing up for its "Fun Tasting" fundraiser.