Job center gears up for expected uptick in job seekers
Pandemic related unemployment benefits ending in Missouri June 12.
SEK Humane Society takes in seized dogs, kennel owner refutes Horrible Hundred report
Miami restaurants recognized for giving walls
Humane Society of the US releases "Horrible Hundred" report
Updated to include link to follow-up story.
Owe back rent? What you can do before the eviction moratorium ends
First Thursday Art Walk comes back to downtown Joplin
Area senior centers reopen after being closed for more than a year
CHC/SEK breaks ground on John Parolo Education Center
16 thousand square foot facility to be constructed by May 2022.
FDA announces plans to ban menthol cigarettes, flavored cigars
Henkle's Ace Hardware opens second location
Local Nurse Practitioner recalls her time volunteering in the Navajo Nation
Navajo Nation nearing herd immunity as 70 percent of the population receives at least first vaccine dose.
PSU students put together university's first "Campus-Community Green Guide"
Missouri legislature works to increase tobacco age to 21 to reflect federal law
House Bill 517 passes through Committee on Downsizing State Government.
Medical marijuana patients celebrate 4/20 as law enforcement increases patrols
Plans moving forward on Pittsburg's first gated community
Employers having trouble filling open positions
More than three thousand job openings in the Joplin Metro.
Federal tax refunds delayed as IRS deals with backlog, stimulus payments
Tax experts say some refunds are taking months to be issued.
Joplin city leaders and Watered Gardens discuss homelessness in the city
Slowly but surely, medical marijuana supply in Missouri improving
Reflecting on a year since Missouri's stay at home order
Missouri's stay-at-home order went into effect April 6th, 2020.
Joplin's first medical marijuana dispensary is open for business
Missouri Made Marijuana first dispensary in Joplin to open
Cold case victim's sister talks about her decades long search for her sister
Grace Doe, victim in 30-year-old cold case, identified as Shawna Garber.
Four-states residents seeking out Johnson and Johnson's coronavirus vaccine
Parents react to Pfizer saying vaccine is safe for kids as young as 12
JPD investigates letters threatening to euthanize outdoor cats
Final phase of vaccine distribution begins in Kansas
Proposed legislation would create Missouri Minutemen
Shrubs looking rough? K-State says "Be patient"
FSCC to waive general fees thanks to federal pandemic relief
College to receive close to two million to use toward student fees.
Legislation proposed in Kansas to regulate wind energy industry
Health officials excited for final vaccine phases in Missouri
All Missouri adults will be eligible for vaccines starting April 9th.
1 year since Joplin's COVID-19 emergency declaration
Saint Patrick's Day celebration could mark step towards normal
Missouri opens next stage of COVID-19 vaccine distribution
550,000 more residents now eligible for vaccine.
Billions in federal funding dedicated to small businesses, restaurants
Joplin could be reclassified as a micropolitan area if federal recommendation goes through
Change would require anchor city to have 100 thousand population.
Alleged victims relieved to see charges filed against Circle of Hope owners
Boyd and Stephanie Householder facing more than a hundred felony charges combined.
Abuse charges filed against owners of southwest Missouri girls ranch
Some residents say they're still waiting for vaccine after signing up for Mercy's waiting list
Mercy Hospital has administered roughly 10 thousand doses of vaccine.
Doctors react to new CDC guidance for fully vaccinated people