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Kay Murnan interviews former Attorney General Janet Reno about cabinet transitions.

Missouri Delegates at the 2004 Repubican National Convention in New York share their thoughts on this years Party Platform.

KSMU's Katie Hummel reports...

Two of Missouri's delegates to this week's Republican National Convention offered unique perspectives because of their age. K-S-M-U's Katie Hummel sat down and spoke with the youngest member of the delegation as well as the most senior member...She files this report from New York City.

The Republican National Convention culminated last night with the acceptance speech of President George W. Bush. KSMU's Missy Shelton has been in New York City all this week covering the Missouri delegates for KSMU. She asked several delegates to reflect on the experiences they've had this week.

One of Missouri's delegates to the Republican National Convention in New York CIty is in charge of making sure Southwest Missouri Republican get out and vote in November. KSMU's Missy Shelton spoke with Darrell Proctor about his plans to rally the supporters after the convention and she spoke with some of the delegates who will be helping him once they return to the Ozarks.

There are several reasons why the Missouri delegates at the 2004 Republican National Convention are hesitant to wear their party buttons or flare. KSMU's Katie Hummel tells us why...

Several of Missouri's delegates to the Republican National Convention have attended events designed to showcase Republican women this week. KSMU's Missy Shelton spoke with some of these delegates about the party's efforts to reach out to women.

Last night, First Lady Laura Bush was one of the featured speakers at the Republican National Convention in New York City and Missouri's 57 delegates had prime seating for the speech. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports from New York City on how Missouri's delegates scored front row seats.

The Missouri delegates of the 2004 Republican National Convention are taking some time out of their trip to give back to the city that is hosting them.

KSMU's Katie Hummel reports from New York City...

Missouri's delegates at the Republican National Convention this week say they're getting the royal treatment. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports from New York City.

On Monday, Missouri's delegates watched and listened as three of their own addressed the Republican National Convention. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports from New York.


Tina Stillwell Co-Chairs the community kick-off of the SMSU Centennial. The kick-off is a part of the Ozarks Celebration Festival at SMS September 10th-12th.

Two of this evening's primetime speakers at the Republican National Convention in New York City are African-Americans.

Rod Paige, the U.S. Secretary of Education will speak and so will Michael Steele, Maryland's Lieutenant Governor. KSMU's Missy Shelton is in New York City and spoke with several Missourians about the efforts of the Republican party to reach out to minorities.

There are 57 delegates from Missouri at the Republican National Convention in New York City this week. KSMU's Katie Hummel is there and reports on how these individuals were chosen to be delegates.

Congressman Roy Blunt of Southwest Missouri says he traveled all over the country in August, visiting 22 House districts to campaign for Republican candidates. This week, he's at the Republican National Convention in New York City...This morning, he spoke to the Ohio delegation and that's where KSMU's Missy Shelton caught up with him.


Dr. Lloyd Young learns about the Jordan Valley Park Innovation Center from SMS President Dr. John Keiser.

The Republican National Convention gets underway today in New York City. KSMU's Missy Shelton is there to cover 57 Missouri's delegates. She caught up with a few of them Sunday afternoon and asked them how they're feeling about the start of the convention.


Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader was on the Drury University campus Thursday as part of the school's convocation series. During a press conference before his speech, he said that he will challenge the decision by Secretary of State Matt Blunt to keep him off the ballot. He says he has enough signatures. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.