After three years, members say they finally feel at home.
If you smoke, drink, or use tobacco, the Kansas governor's budget plan will cost you more money.
Ticket sales for upcoming events at Pitt State's new Bicknell Center have been announced.
Hundreds gather today in Oswego to recognize a famous historical public figure.
Giuliana and Bill Rancic promoting new wine collection at meet in greet at Walmart
Notifications will include child's photo and other significant information about them.
Carla Moutz plead guilty to second degree murder in the death of her husband John Moutz
Joplin Police are looking for a suspect who robbed the Walmart at 2623 W. 7th Street.
The Carthage community comes together to honor those who helped make 2014 a great year.
A unique art exhibit has been revealed at the Spiva Art Gallery at Missouri Southern.
People in the Joplin community get a chance to learn some of the key essentials to starting a business.
The number of academic courses offered online with Missouri Southern is on the rise.
If you're around 26th and Maiden Lane this weekend, you may notice a change.
Two people charged in the 2013 double shooting at an Aurora Price Cutter have been sentenced.
It's no secret there's been an overcrowding issue in Neosho schools. And now some classroom space at Central Elementary may need to be demolished.
Some Commerce citizens are wanting to take action against city leaders due to a recent increase in property taxes.
An afternoon fire extensively damages a home in the Briarbrook area.
More than a dozen area law enforcement officers were honored for their service today.
It's tax filing season again and local accountants say you might be getting more than just a tax refund.
It's a short trip to the doctor's office for some Webb City students.
The City of Pittsburg is hoping to make walking to school a lot easier.
Nominations are under way for outstanding alumni and retired faculty at NEO.
The Freedom from Smoking Program was designed by the American Lung Association.
Carl Junction C.A.R.E.S. members present a check to the Hope 4 You Breast Cancer Foundation and to the Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks.
January is National Radon Action Month, and the Environmental Protection Agency is urging you to get a test kit.
The 2015 Wounded Warrior Duck Hunt is taking place this weekend in Southeast Kansas.
For the Missouri National Guard, they are entering 2015 on a good note.
Via Christi sponsors a health insurance navigation program.
Santa was very good to the City of Joplin this year.
If filing your taxes wasn't a hassle already, getting your tax refund on time might be a problem as well.
The City of Joplin announces James Furgerson as its new fire chief.
Hundreds attend the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new gymnasium at East Middle School in Joplin.
Two groups in Southeast Kansas are working to make Crawford County a better place to live.
Numerous residents in Neosho County have been infected with the norovirus.
Traffic on one Southeast Kansas highway is being diverted after a train derailment this morning.
An area woman has been collecting cat memorabilia for more than 15 years.
Future road and bridge projects in Missouri will now have to be put on hold.
It may not be too long until administrative officials in the Joplin School District have a new home.
The Carthage City Council votes to develop a bike system that would connect its city bike trails.
The Webb City School District is almost ready to reveal a new addition to the public.
Area firefighters need your help putting out blazes in our area.
A recent report indicates almost 76,000 Kansans have either signed up or re-enrolled in health care through the Affordable Health Care Act.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach proposes to bring back straight-ticket party voting.
More people are moving from the State of Kansas according to a survey.
Duquesne residents are still waiting to see what their sewer bills will look like in 2015.
More funding for the year is now available for Missouri's Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Driving past King Jack Park in Webb City might look like a giant pit right now, but one recent city vote will eventually begin to change its appeal.
A Neosho hunter has turned a hobby into a small business.
A local military chapter awards KODE and KSN with its own version of the Purple Heart Award.
Pittsburg State University students has received a surprising donation upon returning from winter break.