Even though it's a long way down the road, kindergartners are talking about going to college.
An area of Newton County is drawing the attention of sheriff's deputies due to the Joplin Honkies.
Missouri's Speaker of the House is in Southwest Missouri to talk about overriding a veto by the governor.
The Joplin Humane Society issued an emergency call for help for canned cat food. Residents heard the call and stepped up to help.
A respiratory virus is sending hundreds of kids to the hospital in numerous states, including Missouri.
A deal is in the works to keep the veterans clinic in Mount Vernon open until the end of the year.
Local Miami law enforcement's are educating the public about child abuse prevention.
David L. McKibben of Joplin was found dead inside his apartment.
John Berrey, Chairman of Quapaw Tribe, was appointed to the council.
City officials are in the process of preparing next year's budget.
Money is used to test soil after the May 2011 tornado
Work will consist of removing train tracks and lowering road surfaces
The organization is working to raise $250,000 to expand their facilities. The owner says she would like to help more people.
Supporters of Camp Mintahama are still fighting to keep it open.
Pre-game festivities started in 1998 at PSU.
All proceeds will support the Ronald McDonald House in Joplin
Kansas receives grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture
The City of Pittsburg turns red and gold, showing off its Pitt State spirit.
Nearly 20 national and regional vendors of Pittsburg State University licensed merchandise came together for the university's 2014 Branding Expo.
According to a study, five out of six car seats and improperly installed.
If you're a fan of BBQ, you will need to check out a championship this weekend.
The Downtown Joplin Alliance is putting the finishing touches on a downtown mural, and you can help.
Indigo Sky Casino is celebrating two years of successful gaming and entertainment.
Even though school just started, Carthage school leaders want you to be thinking ahead to college.
A new program will make sure home school students get their daily exercise.
Construction is underway at Pittsburg State University's football stadium.
Crowder College faculty are reminding students, staff, and residents there is a safe place to go in case of a severe storm.
The Newton County Commissioners Office hires an architect to help solve overcrowding problems at the courthouse.
Aron Anderson and Thomas McHenry Jr. are behind bars accused of stealing metal pipe fittings from the city's public works building.
Miami City Council and the Miami Utility Board made a special announcement at today's meeting.
Proposition Tornado Safety will support the construction of three separate storm shelters.
The 17th annual fundraiser is a silent auction of original art, created by artist who are members of Spiva.
Tony Lasiter plead guilty to sexually exploiting a four-year-old child to produce child porn.
Farmers and ranchers who have experienced grazing losses have until October 1st to receive disaster assistance.
The National Weather Service of Springfield confirms three tornadoes touched down in Newton County earlier this week.
The City of Joplin will be picking up tree limbs in neighborhoods impacted by Monday night's storm.
You can now eat frozen yogurt while supporting a national cause.
Major construction is taking place on the Neosho High School campus, a long awaited storm shelter is now being built.
Throughout the month of September, hunger advocates across the U.S are supporting National Hunger Action Month.
A local water company is informing the public about the recent increase in water main breaks.
State leaders are starting to see better results after a disappointing end to the fiscal year last June.
Missouri's Electronic Protection Act is now officially in effect.
Arvest Bank is partnering with local food organizations to help feed residents in the Four States.
An event filled with a barbecue competition is being held in Miami this weekend.
An area shelter is putting out an emergency request for cat food.
Real men wear pink, so do firefighters in Webb City
You can learn more about what it's like to be an officer at the Carthage Police Department.
The Joplin Memorial Run Operations Committee unveils a new look, name, and route for this year's race.
Governor Mary Fallin says it's important to study the issue and have sound science.
Doctors and pharmacists will have more hoops to jump through when it comes to getting your hydrocodone prescription filled.