Team is looking for summer workers.
In light of recent allegations of misconduct by fraternities across the country, Pittsburg State University is working to ensure its Greek community is following the rules.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signs a bill into law that he says will help protect the next generation of farmers in the state.
A Southwest Missouri hospital is recognized for their ability to diagnose and treat stroke patients.
A 102-year-old Civil War mystery has finally been solved.
The Alliance of Southwest Missouri held its 8th Annual Hope Conference at St. Paul's Ministries.
Opening night means local moviegoers have another choice to get their film fix.
A casino in Southeast Kansas can increase tax revenue, but one company plans to bring something else.
The City of Grove is increasing public safety by adding a new storm siren system.
A local council signs off on a multi-million dollar spending plan.
A ban on a second-trimester abortion procedure has been approved by Oklahoma lawmakers.
Many people were wearing blue today to support area kids.
Those driving down South Rouse Street in Pittsburg will notice pinwheels planted in front of Elm Acres Youth and Family Services.
Two broadcast students are recognized with a scholarship from Missouri Southern State University in Joplin.
A local barber is lending a helping hand to the homeless this weekend.
A Diamond man is being honored for his academic, personal and professional achievements.
A church in Pierce City is seeking assistance to help pay for renovations to its pipe organ.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback congratulates OptumRx for its contributions to health care facilities.
The Ozark Gateway Audubon Society celebrates four decades.
Some of Joplin's youngest residents were showing off their community pride.
State lawmakers face off with the governor over who should be allowed to run for school board.
The Parsons Police Department is reminding residents to only call the police in case of an emergency.
Students at Carthage High School learned how to safely share the road with truck drivers.
When spring flooding is an issue, local drivers know to watch out for a Joplin low water bridge. Now slated to be replaced, it's a project a local man has been hoping for for years.
Work to reduce the amount of a dangerous bacteria in a local river will expand, thanks to extra funding. Health officials say E. Coli can present a risk in Spring River, especially during times of heavy rain.
A local university professor has been named as a leader in her community.
Registration is now open for the Freedom of Flight Museum's 5K Run.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback declares April as Safe Digging Month.
Administrators unveil a display honoring the history of a local hospital.
Today marks the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War.
Labette Community College is promoting early childhood education with a community program.
A new study is linking Facebook to depression.
Quarantines for Avian Flu in Southeast Kansas and Southwest Missouri have been lifted.
Kansas is now the sixth state with a Constitutional carry law.
The Secretary of Transportation for the State of Kansas says residents are still slated to receive a four lane expansion along Highway 69.
Although he was elected by voters on Tuesday, Joplin's former police chief says he won't serve on the school board.
The City of Joplin has settled a lawsuit with a family following the suicide of their teenage daughter.
A local city council decides it's time to stop adding fluoride to the water.
A few hundred students were on the hunt for their first job out of college.
It's all the pressure of a professional kitchen, but without the paycheck.
Thousands of campaign signs filled Neosho neighborhoods several weeks before election day. Most of them, yellow images with a check on the "yes" box.
Donations to a local school district result in big changes to the town's football field.
Pineville residents have chosen to keep the city marshal position as head of law enforcement.
A local town is getting ready to launch its annual Springtime on Broadway Festival.
Brand new storm shelters in Monett are nearing completion.
A Pittsburg State University professor is honored for his work in the medical field.
Several kids in Joplin have a hand in designing a new mural.
The Kansas Attorney General's Office and the Child Death Review Board are raising awareness about child abuse.
Voters in Bourbon County narrowly approve construction of a new jail.
The 2nd Annual Crowder College Aggies Fundraiser raises $8,000.