JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) - It hadn't been long since NBC News correspondent and former first daughter Chelsea Clinton visited Joplin, but she already came back.
Clinton, the daughter of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, told The Joplin Globe that people can learn a lot from how Joplin has been able to rebuild.
She was among scores of journalists who returned to Joplin in April for Joplin High School's prom, nearly after the deadly tornado that hit the southwest Missouri city on May 22nd, 2011, killing 161 people and causing widespread damage.
Clinton returned last week and will be telling the story of Liz Easton, a Joplin bakery owner who rebuilt her Main Street Cupcakes by Liz store after the tornado.
Clinton met Easton at the prom, where she donated 500 cupcakes, the Globe reported.
The story is scheduled to air June 11.