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Jordan Aubey | FOX 14 Anchor

Jordan was born in Saskatchewan, Canada and lived most of his childhood in the Chicago area. He received his degree in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia College, Chicago. His first priority in life is enjoying time with and caring for his family, which includes his wife, Eryn who works at Christ in Youth in Joplin, and two children.

This is Jordan’s eleventh year at KOAM/KFJX. He is a survivor of the Joplin tornado, “floating” and going in circles inside the twister while in a bathtub. He has investigated and brought to light many stories, including concerns with post-tornado Joplin rebuilding, and salary issues for Joplin police and firefighters.

Jordan is thankful for the many, strong relationships he has formed in the Four State community and is grateful for the trust people have in him.

Articles

Ten years after the Joplin tornado: Immanuel Lutheran's comfort dog ministry

"Dogs are one of the few animals that will look you in the eyes. Eyes don't lie."

Involuntary manslaughter charge after fatal crash

44-year-old Ryan O'Neal faces the charge in Jasper County

State of Missouri continues to see distribution, administration of COVID-19 vaccines

285 facilities across the state are approved to administer the COVID-19 vaccine

Pittsburg police investigate Friday shooting

CARES Act money heads to Jasper County

Reimbursements will be given for Covid-19 related expenses.

Positive Covid-19 case at Spring River Christian Village

Proactively, on June 16, 2020 all residents and associates were tested for COVID-19 and results are expected in near future.

City of Joplin encourages people to answer survey about Covid-19

Survey will try to match resources with needs

Storm chasers reunite with Joplin tornado survivor

Original air date 5/21/2013 (Warning: Graphic video)

Dealing with social distancing stress

Social distancing can bring crisis to individuals in individual ways.

New webpage details Missouri Covid-19 stimulus money

There are guidelines based on population.

Freeman doctor discusses benefits of Covid-19 antibody testing

It's being described as a different phase in the fight against Covid-19.

Crawford County Addiction Treatment Center suspends some services

Outpatient services still available

CARES Act includes emergency money for local educational institutions, students

Money is slated for students with "urgent" needs

Local organizations and schools donate time, resources for Covid-19 prevention and treatment

People are making masks and other needed supplies

Better Business Bureau releases new complaint data centering around Covid-19

The most common type of scam involved masks.

Joplin health director anticipates more Covid-19 cases

"I believe social distancing is helping to blunt that rise in cases."

Joplin announces changes to parks after first case of Covid-19 community spread

"I'm still believing it's going to not have an as big of an impact on us as other cities."

Law enforcement: More computer time for kids should mean more parent supervision

It's an even more important role for parents during this time.

Neosho: No stay at home order, for now

"90% of Neosho is essential..."

Joplin parks director says there is no enforcement of social distancing...for now

"I'm not saying that can't happen."

Joplin mayor: Possibility of stay at home order

City officials are discussing this possible measure

Progressive Products, Inc Recognized as Exporting Business of the Year at 2020 Kansas Small Business Awards

Progressive Products, Inc. (PPI) develops components for pneumatic conveying systems.

Woman who led police on chase around downtown Carthage sentenced to prison

Two years in prison

Third person is charged after hospital bomb threat

Police say Cox Barton County Hospital was evacuated because a man didn't want to take a drug test.

Stotts City, MO man pleads guilty to statutory sodomy

He originally plead not guilty

Joplin clinic benefits from grant

Delta Dental gives grants for teaching importance of dental health