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  • Buy local campaign underway in Miami, Okla

    Buy local campaign underway in Miami, Okla

    Monday, June 4 2012 7:53 PM EDT2012-06-04 23:53:43 GMT
    There's a new push in Miami, Oklahoma to boost local business and the local economy. The new living campaign launched about a week ago and it's slogan is simple:  "Think local.  Buy local.  Be local." "It'sMore >>
    There's a new push in Miami, Oklahoma to boost local business and the local economy. The new living campaign launched about a week ago and it's slogan is simple:  "Think local.  Buy local.  Be local."More >>
  • Lower gas prices means more 4-State boating

    Lower gas prices means more 4-State boating

    Friday, June 1 2012 6:16 PM EDT2012-06-01 22:16:37 GMT
    Gas prices are slowly falling in the Four States and across the country and that's good news going into summer.  But Four State drivers aren't the only ones getting some relief at the pump. With summerMore >>
    With summer also comes a lot of boating and for boat owners prices at the pump are typically higher than what they are to fill up a car. So, this drop in price is helping to fuel a water traffic increase in Grove, Oklahoma with boats out in abundance on Grand Lake.More >>
  • Extensive training begins for K-9 officers

    Extensive training begins for K-9 officers

    Tuesday, May 29 2012 7:04 PM EDT2012-05-29 23:04:38 GMT
    A national law enforcement workshop kicked off Tuesday in Jasper, Missouri but this one trains officers with four legs. The fourth annual week-long American Working Dog Council Workshop drew in 12 officersMore >>
    Extensive training is underway in Jasper County. K-9's work along-side police officers every day helping to fight crime which is why they too must be skilled in their profession.More >>
  • Thousands take part in Walk of Unity

    Thousands take part in Walk of Unity

    Tuesday, May 22 2012 6:55 PM EDT2012-05-22 22:55:59 GMT
    Thousands of people take to the streets of Duquesne and Joplin, a part of Joplin's journey that began when the two communities took a direct hit from an EF-5 tornado on May 22, 2011.  That tornado killedMore >>
    The journey will continue for many years.  But today, in a Walk of Unity, thousands of victims, volunteers and those who support them walked the route of the tornado.More >>
  • $5 million donation to Mercy Hospital

    $5 million donation to Mercy Hospital

    Friday, May 18 2012 6:18 PM EDT2012-05-18 22:18:09 GMT
    Mercy Hospital makes a major announcement after receiving a $5 million gift from the United Arab Emirates this morning. Several state leaders, Mercy officials and representatives from the UAE gatheredMore >>
    Today, the United Arab Emirates announced a $5 million gift to Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Missouri. The money will fund a pediatrics wing as well as the hospital's first ever NICU.More >>
  • Samaritan's Purse continues volunteer efforts

    Samaritan's Purse continues volunteer efforts

    Tuesday, May 15 2012 6:14 PM EDT2012-05-15 22:14:31 GMT
    A year after the tornado, there is still no lack of volunteer efforts.  Several organizations came to Joplin just days after the storm and are continuing to provide some much needed help. One of thoseMore >>
    A year after the tornado, there is still no lack of volunteer efforts.  Several organizations came to Joplin just days after the storm and are continuing to provide some much needed help.More >>
  • Support for and against Silver Creek annexation into Joplin

    Support for and against Silver Creek annexation into Joplin

    Friday, May 11 2012 7:03 PM EDT2012-05-11 23:03:06 GMT
    Since 1955 the village of Silver Creek, Missouri has been a self-governed community but that could soon be changing. Village board members have proposed being annexed into the City of Joplin but the proposalMore >>
    Since 1955 the village of Silver Creek, Missouri has been a self-governed community but that could soon be changing. Village board members have proposed being annexed into the City of Joplin but the proposal brings with it some concern.More >>
  • 'Maybe a cupcake will help'

    Local bakery creates sweet treat to help Rebuild Joplin

    Local bakery creates sweet treat to help Rebuild Joplin

    Tuesday, May 8 2012 6:28 PM EDT2012-05-08 22:28:55 GMT
    The sign in front of Small Cakes cupcakery at 420 North Range Line Road says it best:  "Maybe a cupcake will help" Small Cakes has joined forces with Rebuild Joplin for the month of May to raise fundsMore >>
    Small Cakes has joined forces with Rebuild Joplin for the month of May to raise funds to help get families displaced by the May 22 tornado back into their homes.More >>
  • Nearly a year after tornado Range Line Road businesses make remarkable recovery

    Nearly a year after tornado Range Line Road businesses make remarkable recovery

    Monday, May 7 2012 7:09 PM EDT2012-05-07 23:09:00 GMT
    Joplin's busiest road, Range Line, was one of the hardest hit areas on May 22.  An estimated 71 businesses on Range Line were affected, whether they were wiped out or just forced to close for a few daysMore >>
    Joplin's busiest road, Range Line, was one of the hardest hit areas on May 22.  An estimated 71 businesses on Range Line were affected, whether they were wiped out or just forced to close for a few daysMore >>
  • EF-1 tornado confirmed; flooding displaces other families

    Welch resident: "We're still alive... everything in there we can replace"

    Welch resident: "We're still alive... everything in there we can replace"

    Tuesday, May 1 2012 6:58 PM EDT2012-05-01 22:58:20 GMT
    Five families are displaced after a tornado and heavy flooding take their toll in Oklahoma. "We're still alive," says Welch, Oklahoma resident Dale Charles.  "Everything in there we can replace." TheMore >>
    The National Weather Service has confirmed that most of the damage which took place in the northern part of Welch, Oklahoma was in fact caused by an EF-1 tornado.More >>
  • Scam uses text messaging to lure victims with free gift cards

    Scam uses text messaging to lure victims with free gift cards

    Monday, April 30 2012 6:30 PM EDT2012-04-30 22:30:46 GMT
    A new trend in identity theft is surfacing across the Four States and it's being done through text messages. In the past couple of weeks several people have received text messages from numbers with out-of-stateMore >>
    In the past couple of weeks several people have received text messages from numbers with out-of-state area codes claiming they have won a big prize.  The messages appear to be a scam to get a hold of personal information and local law enforcement say it's easy to avoid becoming a victim.More >>
  • Pet therapy helps calms nerves at Freeman Hospital

    Pet therapy helps calms nerves at Freeman Hospital

    Tuesday, April 24 2012 6:46 PM EDT2012-04-24 22:46:15 GMT
    For most us a trip to the hospital can be a pretty scary experience.  To make that experience less stressful some patients are now offered a session of pet therapy. Six year old Pembrook Corgi, Miss Marcy,More >>
    For most us a trip to the hospital can be a pretty scary experience.  To make that experience less stressful some patients are now offered a session of pet therapy.

    Six year old Pembrook Corgi, Miss Marcy, and her handler, Sue Hicks, specialize in dog therapy, offering a special type of healing to each patient they visit at Freeman Hospital in Joplin.
    More >>
  • New research connects obesity and cancer

    New research connects obesity and cancer

    Monday, April 23 2012 6:16 PM EDT2012-04-23 22:16:46 GMT
    New research suggests people who are obese and lacking physical activity in their daily lives are at higher risk of developing common forms of cancer. We've known for years now that being overweight canMore >>
    New research suggests people who are obese and lacking physical activity in their daily lives are at higher risk of developing common forms of cancer.More >>

Angela Greenwood
Reporter and Fill-In Anchor

The Oakley, California native has a Bachelor of Arts in Radio in Television with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism from San Francisco State University, earning a Broadcast Department Excellence Award in Writing for Media while at the school. Angela interned at KTVU in San Francisco.

Angela joined KOAM and Fox 14 in October 2010.

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