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.
The Kansas Department of Commerce announces the recipients of the Community Service Tax Credit Program Award today.
Statistics show four-out-of five car seats are installed incorrectly.
The Newton County Commissioners Office is implementing signs to help motorists be more aware of their surroundings.
Pitt State University is working to improve the environment by reducing the use of plastic bottles.
Southeast Kansas residents hold a special meeting to oppose a landfill in northwest Riverton.
Program will take place from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at the Barton County Senior Center
Joplin residents will have a chance to get their car seats checked to make sure they are safe.
Monday the Joplin City Council will meet with the city's master developer to get updates on their projects.
Joplin residents can drop off their tree limbs for free next Saturday, July 19th.
Many gathered today to celebrate a local historical figure.
Dozens of children race to the finish line in Pittsburg's Big Brothers, Big Sisters Try-Athlon.
Volunteers help staff move into the new St. Mary's Elementary School, which was destroyed by the May 2011 tornado.
Asking for community input on various topics and issues in Southeast Kansas
A cyberattack in the computerized test didn't allow some students to finish the test.
A celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang is taking place in Joplin.
Pittsburg Big Brothers Big Sisters organization is holding a triathlon this weekend for children.
Pittsburg leaders are working to better understand a recent economic study published by the Kelce Business School at Pitt State University.
Neosho Christian School programs are expanding and so is their building.
Barton County Memorial Hospital in Lamar is upgrading equipment needed for surgery on kids.
Dozens of bikers ride their motorcycles through Parsons today in honor of past and present U.S. soldiers.
The Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma is honored for their environmental efforts.
History buffs will soon enjoy a new film detailing George Washington Carver's life.
In Parsons this weekend, things are getting fishy at Tolen Creek.
Mike Hightower has been the public works director for more than 32 years.
A local farmer's market will feature a chance to try food from around the world.
Bacteria levels in a local creek have been lower this summer compared to past years.
A program designed to help cover the costs of medication for the elderly and disabled in Missouri gets a three year extension.
Robert Rex is charged with two felony counts of lewd or indecent acts of a child.
In the wake of mass shootings from Columbine to Sandy Hook, Pittsburg public schools are practicing new ways to be prepared for a crisis.
A local cowboy is showing sheep and shaping nails with the help of his new invention.
There's a new kind of medical practice in Neosho, providing patients with another health care option.
Authorities are hoping technology and a little help from the public can help them identify a woman who died in Newton County more than 20 years ago.
A Pittsburg State construction professor is receiving an award thanks to hard work and leadership.