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Lawmakers in the House gave initial approval Wednesday to legislation designed to change the state's child welfare system. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Missouri lawmakers gave the state's $19 billion budget first round approval Tuesday after hours of debate that got a little rancorous at times. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Paul Rollinson leads SMSU's Planning Program.


The Republican budget plan has the approval of a House committee. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Bev Reichert explores issues related to Women's History.


The House overwhelmingly approved t he legislation , which would force insurance companies to provide coverage of mental illness. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Lawmakers on a senate committee consider a bill that would prevent children from receiving vaccines that contain a mercury-based preservative. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Cliff House is a Professor of Industrial Management at SMSU.


Governor Bob Holden was in Springfield today to listen to people talk about how proposed health care cuts would impact local communities. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Bev Reichert explores the functions of the county assessor's office.


In his new book, "Almost Midnight: An American Story of Murder and Redemption," Dr. Michael Cuneo chronicles the life of convicted murderer Darrell Meese and the events that led to his death sentence being commuted. Meese, a native of the Ozarks was sentenced to death for killing three people but then-Governor Mel Carnahan commuted that sentence in 1999 when Pope John Paul II made an appeal for Meese's life. KSMU's Missy Shelton recently spoke with Cuneo.


In his new book, "Almost Midnight: An American Story of Murder and Redemption," Dr. Michael Cuneo chronicles the life of convicted murderer Darrell Meese and the events that led to his death sentence being commuted. Meese, a native of the Ozarks was sentenced to death for killing three people but then-Governor Mel Carnahan commuted that sentence in 1999 when Pope John Paul II made an appeal for Meese's life. KSMU's Missy Shelton recently spoke with Cuneo.


Mehrdad Hagayeghi organized the SMSU Public Affairs Lecture Series on Terrorism.


Debora Biggs discusses the Safe Kids Coalition and safety issues that are important for parents to consider.

More Safety Information from the Safety Council of the Ozarks.


David Richards is a member of the Missouri Historical Records Advisory Board.


Through this discussion with Chuck Stockton from the Springfield School District, Dr. Lloyd Young examines how the state funds public schools.


This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.


Missouri's governor signed a bill today that's designed to improve mental health care for children...But bill supporters say they're disappointed he signed the bill behind closed doors.


Some Republican lawmakers are calling for a constitutional limit on the ability of lawmakers to spend tax dollars. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


The Missouri House gave first round approval Wednesday to a bill that takes aim at mercury in vaccines. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


David Caravella has the story about the Education Technology Center's Technology Expo on March 17th.


As the weather begins to warm up, the potential for severe weather in Southwest Missouri increases. KSMU's Missy Shelton recently spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Doug Cramer about training classes being offered for people interested in storm spotting.


Kay Murnan talks with Gary Johnson about projects and programs at the Parenting Life Skills Center in Springfield.


About 200 people came to the capitol today to rally for gay rights and against a proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage.Missy Shelton reports.