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Lisa Langley talks with Angela Jenkins, project coordinator for Ozarks Regional Food Policy Council, about an assessment of local food production that the council recently completed.

KC Shootings Presser

The suspect in the shootings at Kansas City's Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom will face both state and federal charges.  Peggy Lowe reports that law enforcement confirmed Monday that Frazier Glenn Cross Junior will likely be charged with hate crimes.

Glenn Cross

The Leader of Temple Israel in Springfield says she feels terrible for the actions that claimed three lives in Kansas City Sunday, but is not surprised by the hatred still present towards certain groups.

MSU's Carrington Hall

Missouri State University Provost Dr. Frank Einhellig, Athletic Director Kyle Moats, and MSU West Plains Chancellor Dr. Drew Bennett have new contracts.

KC Jewish Center shootings

Shootings at the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom retirement home in Overland Park, Kan. became international news overnight as new details about the tragedy emerged.

Albert E. Brumley

An Arkansas-based foundation, which honors a Missouri songwriter, works to help children learn about music.  KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more on the I’ll Fly Away Foundation.

Ilga Vise

In this segment of Around the World, Here at Home, we interview a well-known Springfield resident who survived a Nazi labor camp and the threat of deportation to Siberia as a child:  Ilga Vise.

Judy Dasovitch talks with Drury political science professor Dr. Elizabeth Paddock about Citizens United.

Trash pick up

With the busy hustle and bustle of modern-day life, many neighborhoods no longer experience the close-knit feel of days gone by.  But one group of volunteers is trying to change that through what they call "the slow snowball effect." KSMU's Theresa Bettmann has more.