After the recent ice storm, about 1.75 million cubic yards of debris is left in Springfield. The Office of Emergency Management is hosting Hometown Cleanup to start clearing it all away. KSMU's Emily Nash reports.
Mick Denniston, who touched many lives in the Ozarks during his 18 years as Executive Director of Springfield Little Theatre, and more recently as Development Director for Springfield Catholic Schools, died Tuesday afternoon at the University of New Mexico Hospital after receiving critical injuries in a one-car accident on December 18. KSMU's Randy Stewart talked with several friends and colleagues of Denniston, and they shared their thoughts and memories.
The proposal for a new Medicaid program was the center piece of Governor Matt Blunt's State of the State Address. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports on the healthcare proposal and other aspects of the governor's address.
Missouri's governor Matt Blunt will give his State of the State Address this evening at 7. KSMU will broadcast the speech live and following the speech, we will bring you the democratic response from Attorney General Jay Nixon. If you miss the live broadcast on KSMU, you can tune in to Ozarks Public Television at 10 for the speech and democratic response.
A spokesperson from Missourians for Safe Energy will be at Missouri State University Wednesday discussing the dangers of nuclear power. KSMU's Emily Nash discusses both sides of the nuclear power issue.