Students from Missouri State University, Drury University and over 1,000 other colleges across the nation are coming together to discuss the problems and possible solutions for global warming. Focus on the Nation is a national two day event to make thousands of students aware of global warming. KSMU's Jana Greer has more.
Springfield/Greene County is one of the nation's 100 Best Communities for Young People, according to America's Promise Alliance. This is the third year in a row that Springfield/Greene County has received this honor. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
This morning we hear part four of our in-depth series "The Hidden Sides of Abuse." In today's segment, KSMU's Jennifer Moore takes a look at what life is like in one of Missouri's battered women's shelters.
The Jordan Valley Innovation Center was awarded a large grant today by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The money will go to the construction of a new electromagnetic laboratory. The lab will develop new environmental sensing devices. KSMU's Emily Nash has more on what this new technology means to you.
During a press conference in Jefferson City today, Governor Matt Blunt said he doesn't have a sense of mission for a second term and that's why he's not seeking re-election. KSMU's Missy Shelton participated in the press conference by phone and files this report.
This morning we hear part two of our in-depth series, "The Hidden Sides of Abuse," which explores those aspects of abusive relationships not often seen by outsiders. In today's segment, KSMU's Jennifer Moore reports on how abusive partners use money to control their victims. The name of the victim in this report has been changed to protect her identity.
This morning we begin our in-depth series titled "The Hidden Sides of Abuse," which examines those aspects of abusive relationships which we don't often hear about. In today's segment, KSMU's Jennifer Moore looks at that form of abuse which has been called the "silent killer": emotional abuse. The name of the victim in this report has been changed to protect her identity.
This spring Missouri State University will thank surrounding communities for their support through a Community Caravan. Members of the university will spend three weeks traveling to different communities in Southwest Missouri. KSMU's Jana Greer has more
During a press conference in Springfield today, Missouri Governor Matt Blunt said no one other than reporters has asked him whether his office deleted emails that should have been saved under the state's sunshine law. Missy Shelton reports.
Governor Matt Blunt was in Springfield today to talk about the new Insure Missouri plan to provide health coverage to low income families and individuals who are employed. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
One of the only art sculpture pieces on the Ozark Greenways Trails was stolen over the weekend. The metal sculpture of a bumblebee in the prairie garden along South Creek Greenway in Springfield was cut off its base and taken. And Ozarks Greenway wants their bee back. KSMU's Emily Nash has more.
To celebrate Martin Luther King Day, Unite of Southwest Missouri is hosting a Multicultural Festival at Juanita K. Hammons Hall, on the Missouri State University campus in Springfield. But the festival gives you more than a sample of music and dance from around the world. It could also give you a job. KSMU's Emily Nash reports.