CHESTNUTRIDGE, Mo. -- Spurred by her passion for baking and a dream, 13-year-old Haley Robichaux-Koontz started a business to help other kids fulfill their dreams.
PLEASANT HOPE, Mo. -- Pleasant Hope High School students who won a statewide competition after they created a public service announcement aimed at ending a hurtful word.
FORSYTH, Mo. – Community Presbyterian Church sits in the middle of Forsyth with a congregation that’s not too big. A little over 100, but the contribution this church gives to this community is huge.
LAMAR, Mo. -- A Lamar native was one of 24 service members to receive a long overdue Medal of Honor during a ceremony by President Barack Obama on Tuesday.
MT. VERNON, Mo. – A Mt. Vernon woman is dedicated to serving the men and women who have served our country.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A young lady and many volunteers are working to make sure every girl in foster care has the chance to experience the glitz and glamour of prom night.
NORWOOD, Mo. -- Seeing images and describing them is a big accomplishment for 60-year-old Nancy Littrell, woman who lived an active life with her husband, David, of nearly four decades.
STRAFFORD, Mo. -- A boy’s basketball team is uniting behind the coach and his wife, who was diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago.
NIXA, Mo. -- It was a video called “Why, Charlie Brown, Why?" that inspired students at Century Elementary School in Nixa to use change to help change the pace of cancer.
MARSHFIELD, Mo. – A Marshfield woman is helping to turn simple shopping bags into a tool to help the homeless.