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Lightning

You’ll want to keep an eye on the weather today, especially this afternoon and evening—we could see severe storms in the Ozarks.  

MSU walking path ribbon cutting

For those who have been itching to get outside and take a walk, you're in luck:  Missouri State University's campus has just become the 35thsite of officially recognized walking trails in the Walk Springfield initiative.  A kickoff celebration took place Wednesday as part of National Walking Day. KSMU's Theresa Bettmann attended the ribbon cutting ceremony and has this report.

Jordan Valley Community Health Center

Students at Missouri State University are providing care for patients who otherwise might not get it.  And they’re learning to work in their chosen field at the same time.  KSMU’s Michele Skalicky tells us more about an arrangement with the MSU Physical Therapy program and a local health clinic.

MO House Chamber

The Missouri House has given first-round approval to its version of the gun control nullification bill, but not before softening the language a bit. Marshall Griffin has more.

Joplin tornado figure

The Community Foundation of the Ozarks plays a big part in disaster recover recovery through The Resilient Community

Will Krause

The Missouri Senate passed a tax cut bill, after two different versions were blocked by Republicans who opposed a compromise between the GOP sponsor and Gov. Jay Nixon, a Democrat. Marshall Griffin has more.

Healthy Hearts / Photo Credit: Caro Wallis via Flikr.com

Food pantry volunteers and the general public are invited to become certified "Food Ambassadors" next week. The Healthy Food Pantry Collaborative as well as many food pantries from around the Ozarks will provide a training focusing on foods that fit specific dietary needs, as KSMU Shannon Bowers explains.

One Run For Boston

After the bombing at last year’s Boston Marathon, runners and non-runners around the world sought ways to support the victims.  Three friends from England decided to do something big to show their support, not knowing just how large their efforts would grow. KSMU’s Shane Franklin has more on their efforts, which are on display this week in Missouri.