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Jim Coombs talks about the science of map making.


At a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday, the springfield/Greene County Department of Health officially dedicated the Environmental Health Services Center. Mike Smith has the story:


Alice Cooper once sang "School's Out For Summer!" But there are plenty of opportunities for arts education, both for kids and adults. Randy Stewart explains.

Alice Cooper once sang "School's Out For Summer!" But there are plenty of opportunities for arts education, both for kids and adults. Randy Stewart explains.


Rick Hopkins talks with Rusty Worley, executive director of the Urban Districts Alliance about the group's mission to revitalize downtown Springfield.


Citizenship, political science, history, geography...All of these are part of civic education. KSMU's Missy Shelton explores opportunities for students to pursue civic education outside the traditional classroom and how schools integrate citizenship and other aspects of civic education into their curriculum.


Citizenship, political science, history, geography...All of these are part of civic education. KSMU's Missy Shelton explores opportunities for students to pursue civic education outside the traditional classroom and how schools integrate citizenship and other aspects of civic education into their curriculum.


Karl Kunkel Heads the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology, and today talks with Don Hendricks about Missouri State offering a Master of Science in Criminology.


Cindy Stephens talks with Michael Williamson about the Springfield Sister Cities Association.


The evaluations are in for Wednesday's state-sponsored regional exercise that tested the ability of the area to respond to a flu pandemic. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Following an event in Springfield today, Governor Matt Blunt says he will NOT call a special session so lawmakers can re-create the program known as ticket-to-work...The program allows disabled individuals to work and earn money while still receiving government healthcare. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


On Friday evening, Missouri State University will roll out the red carpet and toast more than 300 of its closest friends during the annual dinner for members of The Founders Club, "An Evening of Celebration ... The First Birthday of Missouri State University." Mike Smith has the story:


Today, local public health officials and hospitals put themselves to the test...to see how they would handle a flu pandemic and more specifically, the mass distribution of vaccines from the Strategic National Stockpile. There were five sites across Southwest Missouri that participated in the state exercise. KSMU's Missy Shelton was at Central High School in Springfield where she followed a student volunteer who was playing the role of a patient.


Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission members heard today about the possible return of passenger rail service to Springfield. Mike Smith has the story:


The African American community invites the public to celebrate "Juneteenth" Saturday at Sliver Springs Park.

Mike Smith talked with event coordinator Mark Dixon and has this report:


Distinguished Professor of History James Giglio has updated his bestselling book "The Presidency of J.F.K.", first published 15 years ago.


Heeding some sage advice from Ben Franklin who once said "When the well is dry, we'll know the worth of water", local and federal agencies begin collecting data on the use and availability of groundwater. Mike Smith has the story:


Missouri will offer tax credits to donors who contribute to specific groups that help abused, neglected or troubled children. The tax credit programs are part of legislation that the governor signed into law today. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Cindy Stephens discusses the Jordan Valley Innovation Center with Dr. Jim Baker, Vice President of Research and Economic Development for Missouri State University.


Visitors to Wilson's Creek National Battlefield can enhance their experience there by viewing the new fiber optic battle map. KSMU's Mike Smith recently talked with Wilson's Creek National Battlefield Superintendent Ted Hillmer and has this report:


The chief justice of the Missouri Supreme Court is urging candidates seeking judgeships this year to avoid campaigning on political issues. KSMU's Missy Shelton recently interviewed Chief Justice Michael Wolff by phone from his Jefferson City office and files this report.


The chief justice of the Missouri Supreme Court is urging candidates seeking judgeships this year to avoid campaigning on political issues. KSMU's Missy Shelton recently interviewed Chief Justice Michael Wolff by phone from his Jefferson City office...Here's the second part of her conversation with the Chief Justice.


The repeal of the law criminalizing sexual relations between people of the same gender has had an impact on a court case and has drawn the praise of a gay rights advocacy group. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Residents in the West Plains area who are interested in starting their own business can get tips and advice during a three-hour seminar that begins at 5:30 PM June 13th at the West Plains Civic Center. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.