Dozens of Carthage students will have the proper tools to go back to school this fall.
A local organization receives a grant to help its food and nutrition program.
A code yellow alert has been issued for a shortage of blood in the area.
The Integris Grove Emergency Room is now a primary stroke center.
Actor and comedian Robin Williams' sudden death is being linked to depression. This has local doctors saying it can happen to anyone.
Jasper County Highway Department staff are honored for completing their road district training.
Joplin administrators will have to wait longer to move into the high school after a failed inspection.
Jasper County residents now have a more convenient way to pay for court costs and fines.
Construction is underway on a new bridge in Barton County.
It happened sometime before 3:30 this afternoon outside of the building located near 20th Street and the U.S. 69 Bypass.
1 of every 68 kids is diagnosed with autism and a center in Neosho is trying to give help where it's needed.
A representative with Wallace-Bajjali updates the Joplin City Council on proposed projects.
History has long been important to residents in McDonald County. It's especially true when you step inside the old courthouse in Pineville. In tonight's Phillip's Files Revisited, Bob Phillips introduces us to the woman who helped bring the past of this small town to life.
The VA clinic and rehabilitation center in Mt. Vernon will close.
A record number of people may have turned out for this year's Marian Days, yet police say crime was down.
A Columbus mother is turning a negative into a small business.
Several hundred international students are getting ready for the first day of classes at an area university.
Quapaw volunteer firefighters are looking forward to finally getting back to normal after April's damaging tornado.
The State of Missouri pays county jails a daily fee to house state inmates, but it's not enough money.
JHS teachers will have to wait to move into their new classrooms.
A Baxter Springs organization is filling backpacks to help children in need prepare for the first day of school.
Gary L. Mitchell Jr., 35, of Carl Junction plead guilty Monday, to one count of making false statement to FEMA.
Clifton Broyles and Dutch Floyd both of Pittsburg are in custody for burglary, felony theft, and criminal damage.
Ace Hardware to hosts a one-day bucket event Saturday, August 16.
Members of the Carl Junction United Methodist Church met this morning for their first worship service after their church burned down Thursday morning.
A Pitt State professor is recognized for her excellence in education.
Moving day is almost here for Joplin High School and Franklin Technology Center and school officials need your help.
Missouri Southern is extending a popular African art exhibit.
The ranking is according to a study compiled by Law Street.
Censible Spending inFairland is a resale shop supported by Home of Hope- a non-profit based in Vinita, Oklahoma.
The CVB gets five percent of hotel tax each year to offset the cost of marketing efforts.
Law enforcement raises money for Kansas Special Olympic Athletes.
The Pittsburg Farmers Market is being recognized by the USDA for providing quality food to the community.
An aggressive marketing campaign is driving more people to Miami.
Local libraries are left without crucial funding after Governor Jay Nixon withholds state money already budgeted for Missouri libraries.
The Carthage Fire Department received a call last night just before 7:30 about a fire at a home located at 9763 County Drive 191.
Dozens of model cars take over Parsons, despite all the rain that's moved through our area.
Pool players head to a local billiard bar to support a dying friend.
Missouri State Auditors have been in Joplin evaluating the school district for two weeks now.
A local hospital is providing a new service to make patients feel more at home.
The gluten free diet fad has many wondering what the difference is between gluten sensitivity and celiac disease.
Missouri voters will decide in November if the jobs teachers do should be evaluated in a different way.
Runners will be lacing up their shoes for a good cause tomorrow morning.
The Neosho School District is implementing a new grading system in hopes of helping students succeed in every class.
Tens of thousands of people travel from around the world to celebrate an annual event in Carthage.
A big part of Marian Days is the food. From main courses to desserts, a wide array of items are being served.
For some Carthage residents, home is where the Marian Days campers are.
Beimdiek will divide $5,000 dollars between three local charities and you get to decide who gets the money.
A back-to-school event draws hundreds of children to East Newton High School.
The Neosho Transportation Development District is forced to postpone plans for road improvement projects again.