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Pert 2 of our conversation about gangs with Michael Carlie.


Debora Biggs takes a look at a recently completed survey on the experiences of Latinos in Southwest Missouri.


Michael Carlie is one of the worlds leading experts ongangs and on this edition of SMS AND YOU, talks about his on-linebook "Into the Abyss, a Personal Journey".


Dr. Lloyd Young has a special program for President'sDay: A look at the public and private lives of Abraham Lincoln.


Thousands of Missourians are injured each year--some of them fatally. That's why the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services decided to produce a new data book called "Injuries in Missouri: A Call to Action." Michele Skalicky reports.

Springfield, MO Lawmakers are considering whether the state should give parents more opportunities to object to having their children vaccinated. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Related Link: View the Bill that would allow parents to object to having their childrenvaccinated on philosophical grounds


Sandra Byrd talks about the A.T.L.S. network helping lowincome seniors during tax season.


Susie Wieland explores the opportunities available to citizens who want to serve on city boards and commissions.


Dickerson Park Zoo is planning major improvements this year. Michele Skalicky has more.


The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks will help to supplement the military's blood supply if the U.S. goes to war against Iraq. Michele Skalicky reports.

Ra Monday Blakley on SMSU's observance of African AmericanHeritage Mondayth.


Susie Wieland examines issues related to the proposed annexation that Springfield and some Greene County voters will decide February 4.


This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.

Springfield, MO Victims of malpractice andphysicians clash over a plan to lower the cap on awards in medical malpractice lawsuits. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports from Jefferson City.


Related Link:
View the Senate Bill That Caps Some Awards in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits


View the House Bill That Caps Some Awards in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Springfield, MO Missouri's governor says he'll cut education funding by $350 million if lawmakers don't approve his plan toborrow money through the tobacco settlement. KSMU's Missy Shelton is inJefferson City with the details.


Related Link: View the Governor's Proposed Cuts to Higher Education


Part 2 of a conversation with Dennis Hickey of theSMSU Political Science Department, on U.S. policy towards North Koreaand Iraq.


Debora Biggs explores the opportunities available toyoung people through Leadership Springfield.

Springfield, MO Some republicans in the Missouri legislature say they will have to do a balancing actthis session. On the one hand, many republicans oppose the democratic governor'splan to raise taxes. On the other hand, many republicans realize they have constituents who depend on state services. KSMU's Missy Shelton talked with oneSpringfield republican about this dilemma.


Part 1 of a conversation about the situation in NorthKorea with Dennis Hickey of the SMSU Political Science Dept.


Mark Biggs previews the events of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Springfield, MO In hisstate of the state address, Missouri's governor Bob Holden proposed taking power away from the Highway Commission. That's the body that oversees the Department of Transportation. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


Lorinda Hardy and the second annual Community Action VolunteerFair, January 23rd.


Kay Murnan examines the community report card on domestic violence.

Springfield, MO This Wednesday, Missouri'sgovernor Bob Holden will go before the General Assembly and give his state ofthe state address. KSMU's Missy Shelton has this preview of his speech.