Sandy Fletcher talks about the Big Pink Bus, AKA Mercy Mobile Mammography unit.
Daniel Morales tells some of the many applications for his company's specialty stonework.
Erin Braker tells Gary and Melanie about an upcoming visit from the Carson & Barnes Circus.
Jeff Montgomery talks about the kinds of questions attendees of the Expo have been asking.
Joplin falls to Hillcrest 41-22, Webb City defeats Carthage 42-7
Webb City takes on Joplin Saturday afternoon at the Joplin Sports Complex.
Lamar defeats Cassville 48-0 in our Game Of The Week
There is a new team at No. 1
Webb City at Har-Ber, Joplin hosts Parkview
Game of the Week: Riverton at Frontenac
Joplin vs. Glendale, Webb City vs. Carl Junction
Opening week of the season
New look Cardinals seeking 4-peat
Faith and Fellowship in Webb City ... We love it here ... We think you will too!
Webb City police are in search of 16 year old Cheyenne Robinson who went missing Monday evening.
Plus Pittsburg State baseball gets series win over SBU.
The 25-5 Lady Cardinals will face 30-0 Incarnate Word in the state championship game.
Webb City returns to title game for the first time since 2011.
Plus Webb City advances to the Class 4 Final Four in Columbia.
The Webb City Lady Cardinals are on their way to the Class Four final four in Columbia, Missouri. Here's how they advanced past the quarterfinal round Saturday.
They got down 7-0 early, but the Lady Cardinals went on a 13-2 run to close the first half, and seized control in the third quarter en route to a 55-39 win against Sullivan in the Class Four quarterfinals. It's Brad Shorter and company's fourth trip to Columbia in the past five years.
Plus, the Crowder women win the District K title game at home, and await their national tournament seeding.
Webb City head coach Brad Shorter is used to playing this time of year. For his young group however, the quarterfinals is a new experience.
Plus, the last area team remaining in the Kansas state tournament falls, as the Fort Scott Lady Tigers lose to top seed Wamego in Salina.
Webb City football coach John Roderique was 1 of just 21 people invited to a USA Football workshop in Indiana.
The Pitt State men and women will play hosts as 7 seeds at John Lance Arena on Monday and Tuesday night, respectively, while the Missouri Southern men will be on the road at Emporia State as the 9 seed and the Lion women will be at home as the 8 seed. Each team must win to advance to Kansas City.
Plus, recapping the district championships for the Carl Junction boys and Webb City girls.
Plus St. Mary's-Colgan boys and Fort Scott girls win Sub-State Titles.
Several months after winning a preseason basketball tournament at Carthage high, the Carl Junction boys won again on the Tigers' floor, this time for a district title. Also winning a Class Four, District 12 title was the Webb City girls, who beat Carthage in a rematch of last year's title bout.
In Kansas, Colgan won a sub-state championship for the 17th straight year, beating top seed Riverton. In 4A title games, the Fort Scott girls won while the Fort Scott boys saw their year come to an end.
Plus, more scores from Missouri and Kansas high school games, and Pitt State men and women's highlights.
Several area athletes heading to the next level.
Adam St. Peter scores a career high 30 points. Plus Seneca beats CJ in OT, Webb City Lady Cardinals pull away from Nevada, and TJ boys lose to Exeter.
John Roderique owns eight state championship rings and is the winningest football coach in Missouri high school history by percentage. In Part 2 of a three part series on Webb City football, we gain an understanding of Coach Rod that goes deeper than the accolades.
For the past 23 years, the success of Webb City football is unmatched in the state of Missouri. In Part 1 of a three part series, we take a look at how it all started.
Plus MSSU takes the court for the first time in three weeks against Livin' the Dream.
The Webb City girls claimed their second tournament championship of the season, upending two-time defending champ Bentonville in the Black Division Finals, while the Lady Eagles of Pierce City defeated Carthage in the Gold Division Finals.
Plus, the Webb City boys fend off Carthage in the first meeting of the season between the Cardinals and Tigers.
The Sunrise Christian boys are ranked number nine in the country for high schools, boast 10 players being recruited by Division One Schools, and are set to repeat in the Neosho Holiday Classic Championship. Friday night, two Buffalo players dazzled in the dunk contest.
Plus, Webb City and Carthage boys lose for the second day in a row, will now meet in the 7th place game Saturday afternoon. And the Mt. Vernon girls and boys basketball teams state tournament runs are the number four story in our Action 12 Top 12 Countdown.
Plus MSSU men's basketball head coach Robert Corn says the winter break came at the wrong time.
The Webb City boys led Memphis Sheffield most of the game Thursday night, but scored only one point for a nearly seven minute stretch in the 4th as they ultimately lose 68-64. Meanwhile, Carthage ran up against defending champs Sunrise Christian from Wichita, and hung tough before seeing the game get away from them in the second half.
Plus, the Webb and Carthage girls win for the second day in a row on the girls side, the Missouri Southern men try to avoid the rust as they prepare for an exhibition game at home Saturday and Frontenac baseball winning their first state title is the #5 story on the Action 12 Top 12 Sports Stories countdown.
Highlights from Day 1 at the Neosho Holiday Classic.
The wait was worth it for the Webb City boys. After severe weather in Arkansas set their opponents departure back several hours, the Cardinals game was moved from 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. It was the best game of day one at the Neosho Holiday Classic, too, as Webb advanced with a 10 point win against West Memphis.
Plus Labette County holds off Independence.
Webb City beat Carl Junction by 25 at home in a game considered to be a possible district championship preview, while in Kansas one-loss Labette County knocked off unbeaten Independence with a Tucker Thompson bucket at the buzzer.
Plus, the Lady Cardinals beat the Lady Bulldogs, and the Pittsburg State men win while the Gorilla women lose in day one of the Las Vegas Challenge.
Travis Vogt scores 29 for Carl Junction in win over Panthers plus Webb City races past Joplin. And Cassville names their next head football coach.
Carl Junction boys overpower Colgan, Independence boys outlast Pittsburg, C.J. girls top Colgan in overtime. Plus, Cassville hires new football coach.
Closing out the 2012 Season.
A look at Webb City's state championship game against Helias Catholic.
A look at Webb City's run through the playoffs.
A look back at Webb City's historic regular season.
Plus Seneca wins their basketball invitational.
The Carl Junction boys had four players make at least two 3-pointers in beating Joplin in the finale of the 66th Annual Carthage Invitational, while the Webb City girls beat Carthage in the CJ Classic behind Tournament MVP Mikaela Burgess.
Plus, the Pitt State women bounce back from their loss Wednesday while the Missouri Southern women win their 6th straight.
Plus the Webb City girls avenge last season's district final loss to Carthage.
Cardinals make it a 3-peat while Lamar wins their 2nd straight state title in the Dome.
For the second year in a row, Webb City and Lamar's football teams leave St. Louis as state champions.
Webb City tied Valle Catholic for the most titles in Missouri history, with number 11 coming in a 49-14 domination of Helias Catholic.
Meanwhile, Lamar set a host of Show-Me Bowl single game records, en route to a 69-41 win against Blair Oaks to secure the class 2 title.