Kaitlyn Schwers joined KSMU as a student news intern in May 2013. She attends college at Drury University where she is a double-major in multimedia production & journalism and writing. She expects to graduate in May 2014, and hopes to find a career in the field of journalism. Kaitlyn currently resides in Willard, Mo. and enjoys living on a farm with many pets.
Springfield CVB has been granted $418,000 through Missouri's Division of Tourism to help bring visitors to the city.
In an effort to thwart deceitful travel businesses, Attorney General Koster hopes to educate consumers about travel or timeshare scams.
MSU students may now enroll for a course that tends to use elements of popular culture to explain international relations theory. IR Theory, as it’s often referred to in political science circles, looks at international politics through a theoretical window. It analyzes why states behave the way they do, and looks at different situations from the state, individual, and organizational levels.
The six-foot-tall Japanese Maple tree, estimated to be worth $300, was stolen from Nathaniel Greene/Close Memorial Park.
John Q. Hammons has left a large legacy on the community. He developed many hotels across the U.S. and was a well-known businessman, whose millions worth of donations helped changed the landscape in Springfield. Next Tuesday, a tribute will be hosted by John Q. Hammons Companies.
Finding housing in the city is about to get a little easier as Community Partnership of the Ozarks and the City of Springfield combine to open the center, where residents can search through various agencies in one location.