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Michele Skalicky has worked at KSMU since the station occupied the old white house at National and Grand. She enjoys working on both the announcing side and in news and has been the recipient of statewide and national awards for news reporting. Michele enjoys hiking, camping, taking an active role in her two girls’ activities and caring for her family’s two guinea pigs, two cats, two dogs and five fish.
Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel visited the Discovery Center this week to talk to kids about smart money choices. The Discovery Center is hosting the travelling exhibit, Moneyville, which is sponsored in part by the Treasurer’s Office and the MOST program, Missouri’s 529 College Savings Plan. KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more…
Children who visit the Discovery Center of Springfield can now have fun while learning how to be safe. An old exhibit area has a new look and a new focus. KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more.
A medical procedure that goes back thousands of years is being used today. Tuesday we told you how maggots are being used at CoxHealth in Branson to treat wounds that won’t heal. Today, Michele Skalicky tells us how leeches are being used at Mercy Springfield.
Unusual methods are being used in at least two area hospitals to treat wounds that won’t heal and in plastic surgery and limb reattachments. In the first of a two-part series, find out how maggots are helping to save limbs. In the second segment, learn how leeches are used in modern medicine. KSMU’s Michele Skalicky reports.
An author who has travelled the planet in search of the secrets to longevity and happiness will be in Springfield today (6/11) to share his findings. KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more.
Ilga Vise talks with Randall Whitman, senior planner with the city of Springfield's Neighborhood and Planning Office, about services the city offers to enhance Springfield citizens' quality of life.
Comments varied at the Springfield City Council meeting Monday night about the proposal to ban over-the-counter sales of products containing pseudoephedrine. KSMU's Michele Skalicky reports.
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks is seeing critical shortages of blood for patients at the 38 area hospitals it serves. KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more.
Heavy rain fell on the Ozarks yesterday evening and overnight causing localized flooding.