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Tsunami relief aid touches Springfield this weekend in the form of music. KSMU's Katie Hummel reports.


In his State of the Judiciary address, Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronnie White talked about the role of the judiciary in an era when judges are criticized for being activists. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


The old saying goes something like this...."the times they are a changing", and for the next 7 weeks, the History Museum for springfield/Greene County will showcase and exhibit that highlights a curtural history that's new to the Ozarks. Mike Smith has the story:


At the beginning of the spring semester at SMSU, President John Keiser delivers his final State of the University address.

Mike Smith has the story:


The state of Missouri is ranked 2nd in the nation in the number of cattle raised. Texas, with its vast acreage is the number 1 cattle producing state. But regardless of where a cow or a whole herd ends up, because of public and animal health concerns like Mad Cow and Foot and Mouth Disease, sometimes it becomes neccessary to find out exactly where certain cows have been. Mike Smith has this story about a program that Missouri Department of Agriculture officials say is "Crucial to keeping cattle producers in business".


During his first full day in office, Governor Matt Blunt implemented some cost-cutting measures. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Inno Onwueme is the Associate Dean of the School of Agricultural Sciences at SMSU.


When the Missouri legislative session begins in January embryonic stem cell research will be a key issue.

K-S-M-U is bringing you two perspectives on the debate...yesterday you heard from a scientist who opposes embryonic stem cell research.

Today, K-S-M-U's Katie Hummel brings you the other side of the issue - and the man who is working to keep his research alive.


In front of a crowd of thousands, Republican Matt Blunt was sworn into office during a ceremony in Jefferson City. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


When the legislative session began last week, two freshmen representatives from Greene County were sworn in to office: Republican Charlie Denison and Democrat Sara Lampe. KSMU's Missy Shelton spoke with both of them about their first week on the job.


Mark Biggs learns more about the Mayor's Commission for Children.


Missouri is a favorite winter destination for Bald Eagles, and to help people have an opportunity to see these birds in the wild, the Missouri Department of Conservation will host several "Eagle Days" events across the state. Mike Smith has the story:


On Monday, Governor-elect Matt Blunt will be sworn in to office. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Lawmakers began the legislative session today. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Governor-elect Matt Blunt held an education summit Tuesday. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


This is the second of two interviews with SMSU President Dr. John Keiser.


Kay Murnan speaks with Chris Davis of the Community Partnership of the Ozarks about programs designed to combat methamphetamine production in Southwest Missouri.


This is the first of two interviews with SMSU President Dr. John Keiser.


Cindy Stephens talks with board members of the Springfield Regional Arts Council about First Night Springfield, a family-oriented, non-alcoholic New Year's Eve celebration in downtown Springfield.


Our guests today are Michael Carlie and Sara Clark


Ann Nelms talks with Springfield Mayor Tom Carlson about the Mayor's Commission on Children.


KSMU's Missy Shelton continues her interview with outgoing governor Bob Holden.


Missouri Governor Bob Holden is leaving office January 10 and Republican Matt Blunt will be sworn into office. Holden lost in the Democratic Primary to State Auditor Claire McCaskill, who lost to Blunt in the General Election. KSMU's Missy Shelton recently spoke with outgoing Governor Bob Holden about his four years in office.


Missouri Governor Bob Holden is leaving office January 10 and Republican Matt Blunt will be sworn into office. Holden lost in the Democratic Primary to State Auditor Claire McCaskill, who lost to Blunt in the General Election. KSMU's Missy Shelton recently spoke with outgoing Governor Bob Holden about his four years in office.