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LAMAR, Mo. – A married couple who operate a Lamar, Missouri business are now both charged with stealing. Denis and Brenda Masters own and operate “The Rustic Barn Flea Market” in Lamar. Authorities had previously charged Denis Masters with the theft of thousands of dollars worth of payments and goods. Now the prosecutor has added two felony stealing charges against both Denis and his wife Brenda. Click here for more information about this story.

JOPLIN, Mo. – About 2 p.m. Thursday, November 17, 2022 reports of a crash involving a motorcycle at 4th and Jackson alerted Joplin Emergency Dispatch. Cpl. Brett Davis of the Joplin Police Department tells us on scene, a southbound Chevy Equinox on Jackson Ave collided with a man on a motorcycle traveling east on 4th. If you would like to read more about this story, click here.

PITTSBURG, Kan. – Some Pittsburg State University electrical technology students took some time to replace light switches at the Ronald McDonald House in Joplin. It’s part of an ongoing partnership between the school and Ronald McDonald House to keep its facility up to date while giving students a chance to work on their skills.

CARTHAGE, Mo. – The preservation of history is a never-ending process. One way to do that is through time capsules. Steadley Elementary in Carthage, Missouri looked for a time capsule onm Thursday. They couldn’t find it, but they did bury a new one. Inside the new time capsule pictures and signatures of current students and faculty and last year’s yearbook.