Motorcycle hits deer, two in serious condition
Why state level vaccine data may not tell the whole story in border communities
CDC: Vaccinated teachers, students, don't need to mask in school
Fighting a surge: Crawford and Cherokee County fight back a spike in cases
Local health departments ramp up contact tracing as Delta Variant spreads through region
Southwest Missouri sees increased interest in COVID-19 vaccines
Local medical marijuana facility closed, THC products seized
"..so instead of a renewal we had to apply for a new license."
Four State Hero laid to rest in Coffeyville, Kansas after being MIA for 68 years
Soldier laid to rest in Reeds after being MIA for roughly 70 years
CDC extends federal evictions moratorium
Eviction moratorium extended through July.
Freeman doctor educates residents on COVID-19 and the lessons learned
"We got justice for her." Mother of shooting victim speaks after sentencing
62 year-old Rickey Lamb sentenced to life in prison with possibility of parole.
London based manufacturing company coming to Neodesha, Kansas
Sicut Enterprises to locate North American manufacturing hub in Neodesha, Kansas.
Child care services struggle to fill positions as worker shortage continues
Four-states counties see uptick in COVID-19 cases
Fire school helps firefighters continue education
UPDATE: Lime Kiln park to close until further notice
Kansas courts to create drug abuse treatment programs for low level drug offenders
House Bill 2026 to take effect July 1st, 2021.
Chetopa, Kansas woman speaks out after electricity is turned off by city
Campgrounds prepare for Memorial Day Weekend after heavy rains
Severe weather impacts search for 12 year old girl swept away in Shoal Creek
Search paused in the early afternoon as severe weather moved into the area.
Property taxes could be impacted by surge in housing market
Vaccines and HIPAA: Why employers can ask for proof of vaccination
Special Reunion: Volunteers and those they helped reunite ten years later
Runners and volunteers from across the US help give Joplin economic boost
Plans to commemorate Joplin Spirit Tree moving forward
Damage to Ottawa County Jail by inmates costing thousands
Tornado Scars: How victims are moving past the trauma ten years later
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"