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Dog Attack Leaves 5-year Old Scarred

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"[He] had to have plastic surgery on his face. Then the dentist had to fix his bottom teeth, and he needs a skin graft on his foot still. There's no skin on it." More>>

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Missouri Highway Patrol anticipates increase in calls for roadside assistance

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With the upcoming holiday weekend, Missouri Highway Patrol officials say they anticipate an increase in the number of calls for roadside assistance. More>>

Five-Year-Old Boy Attacked by American Bulldog in Pittsburg Video included

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A boy awaits reconstructive surgery after an... More>>

Three Cherokee County Employees Face Drug Charges Video included

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About 3,000 Machine Gun Enthusiasts Flock to O.F.A.S.T.

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Gun enthusiasts get to experience machine guns... More>>

Drag Racers from Across the Country Ride in Honor of Jeryka Lawrence

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Drag racers from across the United States make the... More>>

South African Journalist Bikes Across Route 66 Stopping in Joplin

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A South African journalist makes a trek across... More>>

Local law enforcement officials make surprise appearance at Webb City first grader's birthday party

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Local law enforcement officials make a surprise appearance at a Webb City first grader's birthday party. More>>

Air Force medics receive interactive training on MSSU campus

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Members of the 184th Kansas Air National Guard Medical Group have received some special hands-on training at Missouri Southern State University this week. More>>

3rd annual Empty Bowl-A-Thon underway in Joplin, as part of effort to alleviate local hunger

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The 3rd annual Empty Bowl-A-Thon is currently underway in Joplin, as part of an effort to alleviate local hunger. More>>

Jasper County issues 3 same-sex marriage licenses today Video included

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As history was made across the country today, it was also a day for the books in Jasper County, as the first three same-sex marriage licenses were issued. More>>

Joplin Same-Sex Couple Celebrates After Supreme Court Ruling on Gay Marriage Video included

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Rusty Hooper and Roy Morris toast to a victory... More>>

Marketplace experts in Joplin discuss what today's Supreme Court ruling means for those who qualify for subsidies Video included

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Marketplace experts in Joplin discuss what today's Supreme Court ruling means for those who qualify for federal subsidies. More>>

Jason Cravens named acting superintendent for Joplin Schools Video included

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 "Jason has served in a leadership capacity for Joplin Schools for several years and also has the necessary certification required to hold this position."

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91-year-old WWII Wives veterans reunite in Joplin after seven decades Video included

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After seven decades apart, two 91-year-old WWII veterans are reunited in Joplin this week, to fulfill a bucket list wish. More>>

Joplin School Board Passes Budget with Money for Teacher Raises Video included

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Joplin teachers are in for a pay raise but just how much is still a mystery.   More>>

Mixed reactions over announcement of new Pittsburg casino Video included

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A Cherokee County commissioner says that despite what many state officials think, Cherokee County is part of the state.   More>>

Plaintiff's file motion for judge's decision Video included

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A judge ruled today in lawsuit filed against the Jasper County commission. It's school board appointments will stand. More>>

A Kansas board announces recommendation for state-owned casino in southeast Kansas Video included

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A long-awaited decision tonight, a Kansas board announced its recommendation for a state-owned casino in southeast Kansas. More>>

NEO Leadership Students Team Up with the Ronald McDonald House Video included

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NEO leadership students lend a helping hand... More>>

Bourbon County lags in county wage salary survey Video included

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According to Sheriff Bill Martin, 31 employees at the Bourbon County Jail have resigned since April 2013. "During the exit interview with the exit interviews with the correctional officers and jail administrator, one of the biggest concerns, reasons why they were leaving, was the pay scale."Martin set out to learn how the pay in his department compares to others. .. More>>

Joplin City Council members propose bright idea for skate park Video included

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"To have lights out here would be awesome," says one skate boarder. More>>

Kansas Puts Lid on Property Tax Video included

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HB 2109 puts a lid on cities ability to raise property tax. The measure was authored by local Senator Jake LaTurner. More>>

Calhoun charged with 2nd Degree Murder Video included

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Calhoun said Smith also had severe reaction to the drug. He left her there alone. More>>

Joplin City Council prepares response to state auditor's office Video included

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The state auditor's office hopes to release the audit report to the public by the end of this summer.  More>>

Deaths of two women under investigation

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The Monett Police Department is investigating the suspicious deaths of two women. On Saturday, 6/20/15 at about 5:53pm, officers responded to a 911 call at 519 E Scott Street.  More>>

Classic Cars Racing Down Route 66 Stop in Joplin For Fuel Video included

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Classic cars make their way down Route 66 as part... More>>

Father Cements Relationship with His Son Over a Round of Golf Video included

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Many families spent the day soaking up the sun... More>>

Peace Lutheran Church Welcomes Neighbors to Share Its Storm Shelters Video included

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A church once destroyed in the Joplin tornado... More>>

Father's Day overnight camping event held at Pittsburg Aquatic Center Video included

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Fathers and sons in Pittsburg gain some special Father's Day memories at an overnight camping event held at the Pittsburg Aquatic Center. More>>

Webb City Farmers Market serves more than 85 free meals to kids during program's first night

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On this Tuesday evening, you'll find what's expected at the farmers market: healthy food galore. You'll also find something unexpected: kids, eating it up.  More>>

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  • Nevada woman sentenced for stealing $336K

    Nevada woman sentenced for stealing $336K

    Monday, June 29 2015 4:24 PM EDT2015-06-29 20:24:35 GMT
    Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Nevada, Mo., woman was sentenced in federal court today for a bank fraud scheme in which she embezzled more than $336,000 from her employer and failed to pay taxes on the stolen money.Patricia Culbertson, 52, of Nevada, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Beth Phillips to two years in federal prison without parole. The court also ordered Culbertson to pay $412,022 in restitution to the business and...More >>
    Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Nevada, Mo., woman was sentenced in federal court today for a bank fraud scheme in which she embezzled more than $336,000 from her employer and failed to pay taxes on the stolen money.Patricia Culbertson, 52, of Nevada, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Beth Phillips to two years in federal prison without parole. The court also ordered Culbertson to pay $412,022 in restitution to the business and...More >>
  • Ottawa County looking for burglary suspect

    Ottawa County looking for burglary suspect

    Monday, June 29 2015 2:21 PM EDT2015-06-29 18:21:58 GMT
    The Ottawa County Sheriff's Department is looking for help from the public in identifying a suspect in a burglary case in Ottawa County. On 6-19-2015 the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office took a report of a residential burglary in rural Miami, Oklahoma. Taken in the burglary were electronics, cash, social security cards, and an un-activated debit card. According to records there was an unauthorized attempt to use a stolen debit-card at an ATM location on East Steve Owens Blvd. in Miami, Oklahoma...More >>
    The Ottawa County Sheriff's Department is looking for help from the public in identifying a suspect in a burglary case in Ottawa County. On 6-19-2015 the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office took a report of a residential burglary in rural Miami, Oklahoma. Taken in the burglary were electronics, cash, social security cards, and an un-activated debit card. According to records there was an unauthorized attempt to use a stolen debit-card at an ATM location on East Steve Owens Blvd. in Miami, Oklahoma...More >>
  • U.S. Supreme Court sides with Kansas against EPA regulations

    U.S. Supreme Court sides with Kansas against EPA regulations

    Monday, June 29 2015 1:18 PM EDT2015-06-29 17:18:53 GMT
    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.necessary” for the EPA to consider costs when it issues regulations on power plant emissions.“Today's ruling is a big win for anyone who pays for electricity,” Schmidt said. “In my view, the Supreme Court did ...More >>
    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.necessary” for the EPA to consider costs when it issues regulations on power plant emissions.“Today's ruling is a big win for anyone who pays for electricity,” Schmidt said. “In my view, the Supreme Court did ...More >>
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  • Three Cherokee County Employees Face Drug Charges

    Three Cherokee County Employees Face Drug Charges

    Monday, June 29 2015 6:21 PM EDT2015-06-29 22:21:32 GMT
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  • Ottawa County looking for burglary suspect

    Ottawa County looking for burglary suspect

    Monday, June 29 2015 2:21 PM EDT2015-06-29 18:21:58 GMT
    The Ottawa County Sheriff's Department is looking for help from the public in identifying a suspect in a burglary case in Ottawa County. On 6-19-2015 the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office took a report of a residential burglary in rural Miami, Oklahoma. Taken in the burglary were electronics, cash, social security cards, and an un-activated debit card. According to records there was an unauthorized attempt to use a stolen debit-card at an ATM location on East Steve Owens Blvd. in Miami, Oklahoma...More >>
    The Ottawa County Sheriff's Department is looking for help from the public in identifying a suspect in a burglary case in Ottawa County. On 6-19-2015 the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office took a report of a residential burglary in rural Miami, Oklahoma. Taken in the burglary were electronics, cash, social security cards, and an un-activated debit card. According to records there was an unauthorized attempt to use a stolen debit-card at an ATM location on East Steve Owens Blvd. in Miami, Oklahoma...More >>
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Inside the new Joplin High School

    SPECIAL REPORT: Inside the new Joplin High School

    Thursday, February 13 2014 5:08 PM EST2014-02-13 22:08:00 GMT
    The new Joplin High School campus should be ready in time for the start of the new school year in August, but construction has reached a point where, with the help of a little computer graphic magic, we can finally get a tour of the facility.More >>
    The new Joplin High School campus should be ready in time for the start of the new school year in August, but construction has reached a point where, with the help of a little computer graphic magic, we can finally get a tour of the facility.More >>

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