Individuals from across the country are continuing to come together since April’s Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people and injured 264. As KSMU’s Amber Carr reports, on Thursday citizens in the Ozarks have their chance to support those impacted by the tragedy.
The Springfield Fire Department continues their series of open houses to highlight the city’s new red trucks. KSMU’s Amber Carr attended a recent showing and has this report.
Student journalists at Evangel University have earned some bragging rights: their student newspaper has been nominated for the Online Pacemaker Award, the highest honor given by the Associate Collegiate Press. KSMU’s Amber Carr has details.
Amidst the recovery effort following last month’s deadly tornado that struck an Oklahoma City suburb, Springfield’s Hoover Music Company has joined forces with Moore Public Schools to raise money for their music education program. KSMU’s Amber Carr has the details.
From three dimensional art to water colors, Drury University and The Kitchen Inc. have been teaming up to create original art for Missouri Hotel residents. As KSMU’s Amber Carr reports, the program is now in its 13th year .
Summer break is finally here, and students have several things on their minds. Chances are taxes are not one of them. As KSMU’s Amber Carr reports, a majority of students don’t realize that with summer or part-time jobs they may be required to report their income to the IRS.