Several Carl Junction students are helping foster kids transition into a home.
A new business in Joplin is publishing a business directory for the surrounding community in two languages.
The City of Miami is moving forward with the demolition of the B.F. Goodrich Plant.
A house fire in Miami damages a family's home this morning.
Terrell Pepper and Patrick Orender are behind bars after allegedly stealing items from the Burlington Northern Railroad.
Today, an attorney representing Neosho Mayor Richard Davidson releases a statement relating to the lawsuit filed by Councilman Steve Hart against City Attorney Steven Hays and the mayor.
This evening, Southwest Missouri Democrats held a debate on Amendment 1, also known as the "Right to Farm" bill.
Shoppers at Northpark Mall in Joplin may soon be paying more on sales tax when making purchases.
The Neosho square is attracting more customers.
Some law enforcement agencies question whether it's a good idea to stick with a pursuit if it could put the public at risk. But one local sheriff's office doesn't back off pursuits and it's proving successful.
After starting a volunteer program six years ago, the Baxter Springs Emergency Medical Service Team is being recognized for their hard work.
Two Joplin brothers are quite thrilled after hearing they've won a Michael Jackson competition.
Two and half months after an EF-2 tornado hit Baxter Springs, volunteers continue to help with the recovery efforts.
The Neosho High School Cross Country Team is running to the golf course to raise money.
A local animal shelter has received a generous donation to help complete their surgical center.
The fall semester is still a month away, but Missouri Southern's president is already looking forward to August 18th and beyond.
The event will be held this Saturday starting at 10 a.m.
The group will help seniors prepare a living will, make estate plans along with other documents.
The AARP organization along with the Freeman Health Center are helping local senior citizens brush up on their driving skills.
The Webb City Bright Futures program is collecting school supplies for less fortunate kids.
The Nevada Police Department teams up with Missouri Southern State University for field sobriety training.
John Vincent was diagnosed this past fall with a terminal brain tumor. Now, thanks to the Dream Foundation, he has the chance to do something he's always wanted to do.
The roundabout at Route 43 and Route 171, better known as Stone's Corner, is now open for traffic.
Area kids are getting a hands-on experience while discovering the world of robotics at Pittsburg State University.
Several groups are teaming up with local churches to help the community in Southeast Kansas.
Nevada residents and employees are starting to see progress in a big city project.
More Joplin businesses are moving downtown.
An upcoming softball game is helping raise funds for area children.
A local event will have the Pittsburg community toasting for a good cause.
Crowder College staff in Neosho are preparing new housing quarters for students this fall.
Crowder College has been given a very generous donation.
Several thousand fish in Neosho are getting a bath.
The Nevada City Council is looking over one of the city's personnel codes.
A Pittsburg High School program is being nationally recognized for helping students graduate.
A federal grant program could mean a tech upgrade for local police.
A Monday evening fire in Joplin is being investigated as arson.
The Missouri state treasurer is warning residents about websites scamming people looking for unclaimed property.
The Missouri governor decides the fate of a couple of proposed laws dealing with what students learn in school and how they're kept safe while in class.
He's requesting as much as $500,000 in punitive damages against the two city officials.
A town hall meeting in Neosho to update the public on the future of the city takes an unexpected turn.
Tonight is the premiere of a new segment called Mitchell's Money Minute. We aim to answer your questions about all things related to money.
The Wallace-Bajjali Firm informs the Joplin City Council tonight on how the development projects are going.
Fred Pickett Junior, 34, could be sentenced up to 30 years in federal prison without parole, plus pay a fine up to $250,000.
Two crafty girls from Neosho are using their skills to raise money for children in need.
An approved new landfill is raising questions and concerns among Cherokee County residents.
Volunteers with the American Red Cross have been busy the last two months.
OCC is giving their classrooms a new look to create a better learning environment for students.
Miami City Council members are pricing how much a new civic center could cost.
Several Miami students had a chance to show off their creativity at an art camp.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami has a new leader for its agriculture department.