City hall starts a new budget with extra money in the bank.
Salvation Army bell ringers are needed in Miami.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami is hosting its annual job and transfer fair.
With single digit temperatures predicted for tonight, it's important to remember our four legged friends.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture encourages everyone to use caution when purchasing firewood.
Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg was recognized as a top performer on key quality measures.
Grove police officers want to keep you safe.
The meal will be served this Saturday, November 22nd.
The state of emergency is expected to last 30 days, unless it needs to be extended.
Dean Kruithof says he has a common vision when it comes to building economic growth in the city.
The state of Kansas has established a plan in dealing with ebola patients.
On average, about 20 people a minute in the U.S. are victims of physical violence by an intimate partner. Some are lucky and find help, while others leave a grieving family behind. In Part 1 of a special report, we hear how domestic violence has impacted the lives of a victim and the family of a lost loved one.
Missouri Congressman Billy Long says the main focus in Washington is to help people get jobs.
All residents are being encouraged to check on their current program to ensure they are receiving the lowest prices for prescription drugs.
Assistance for low income households is available through March.
Due to the inclement weather, the Joplin Police Department has initiated emergency road conditions. Under these conditions, the department asks all drivers to only venture out if it is absolutely necessary.
Now that the Republicans have taken over the House and Senate, Missouri Congressman Billy Long says quote, "hopefully things get done."
Everyone is being encouraged to apply, or update their information if they signed up last year.
Con-way Truckload in Joplin is increasing its number of veteran hires throughout 2015.
Database program could save university and students money
JFD received call about the fire around 1 PM. Cause of fire undetermined; no one injured.
National initiative to keep America clean is every November 15th.
Although space heaters and fireplaces can provide a great source for heat, they can also be rather dangerous.
A Missouri representative is recognized for his work with community colleges.
It's one of the biggest shopping days of the year and if you're not careful, it can cause damage to your wallet.
The 2013-2014 state score card is in for White Rock Elementary School, and teachers are happy with the results.
The "Drive to Feed Kids" program is working to feed more children in the Four States.
The City of Parsons will be making some major changes in some neighborhoods.
The growing concerns over Ebola are helping prompt a local hospital to invest in new disinfection technology.
Several hundred pieces of art are raising money for a good cause.
A General Mills manager who has passion to help community colleges receives an award.
A record number of people in Joplin are learning to read.
Missouri Southern State University's Human Resource Program receives a special designation.
A student at Crowder College is being recognized for her hard work.
The Carthage Historic Preservation is showcasing a Christmas Historic Homes Tour.
The Southeast Kansas Humane Society's Doggie Bag Resale Shop has a new location.
The Parsons Foursquare Church is hosting an auction to benefit the associate pastor.
Downstream Casino is making a large donation to help fight breast cancer.
17 year old Toby Friend has been arrested and charged with First Degree Property Damage.
An early morning trailer fire in Joplin leaves one man dead.
U.S. gas prices have dropped 46 days in a row for a total of 42 cents a gallon. Now, the U.S. Department of Energy is expecting the average price of gas will be below $3 a gallon in 2015.
The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas holds its annual grant celebration tonight in Pittsburg.
Fitness expert and personal trainer Angela Horner takes Melanie Huonker through a new workout featuring body weight exercises.
It could be playing in the backyard or staying home alone. They're big decisions every parent faces: When their child is ready to tackle that new responsibility without too much risk.
A little more than one year ago, Empire officials broke ground on a $165 million expansion at the Riverton Power Plant. The plant will now have a heat recovery steam generator to help reduce emissions, like carbon dioxide, by at least 70% or more. In tonight's Schaer Science, we learn more about the Combined Cycle Conversion Project taking place at the plant.
Missouri Southern State University continues to honor veterans and military members.
The Fairland School District is getting new playground equipment with hopes of lowering childhood obesity rates
In Missouri and across the nation, it's American Diabetes Month.
Teachers say a hungry student is a distracted student. Benton Elementary School in Neosho is helping kids remain focused.
It's called the track meet for the hands and brain today, local students are hoping to use it to set a world record.