Just weeks after becoming the first person to ever tightrope directly over Niagara Falls, “King of the High-Wire” Nik Wallenda and his family made a stop in the Ozarks. Wallenda, his wife, his three kids, and a few other circus artists are performing at Silver Dollar City until the beginning of August. In addition to walking over Niagara Falls, Wallenda has broken six other world records in tightrope walking. KSMU’s Rebekah Clark went to see the show and files this report.
This week, Springfield Public Schools announced that they plan to build new turf fields for four city high schools after receiving donations by 25 local business sponsors. The project is completely paid for by donations from private area investors, instead of district tax payer dollars. KSMU’s Rebekah Clark has more