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Roy Blunt

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri introduced a bill Wednesday that he says will streamline some government regulations, and do away with others altogether. KSMU’s Jennifer Davidson has more.

Missouri Capitol Building

A study by the Pew Charitable Trusts shows that Missouri is in the top ten states when it comes to using cost-benefit analysis of taxpayer money.  KSMU’s Jennifer Davidson has details.

KS & James River Diverging Diamong

As crews with the Missouri Department of Transportation put the finishing touches on its latest diverging diamond interchange in Springfield, motorists are to be aware of lane closures.

Stormwater Runoff

City of Springfield and Greene County officials have heard the recommendations from the Citizens Task Force on Stormwater Management, but what will they do with them? KSMU’s Shane Franklin spoke with members of the task force and the City to find out.

Allegiant plane

Allegiant Air has announced plans to expand service out of Springfield-Branson National Airport. The company says that beginning Oct. 31; nonstop jet service will begin between here and southwest Florida. KSMU’s Scott Harvey has details.

Every One Counts Campaign

Volunteers will again spread out across the Ozarks this week to document the number of sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals.

Blueways Program Meeting

The term “Blueways” has some Ozarks residents seeing red.  At least, that was the case at a Congressional field hearing Monday in West Plains over the National Blueways Program, a federal designation that has been rescinded for the White River Watershed. KSMU’s Jennifer Davidson has this report on the field hearing.


Missouri State University’s eFactory was recently certified as a Small Business Incubator by the Missouri Department of Economic Development, and has received $155, 330 in tax credits towards its mission. KSMU’s Theresa Bettmann has more. 

Koster at MSA Conference

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is again calling on requiring a prescription forcertain cold medicines containing pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in making methamphetamine. KSMU’s Scott Harvey reports.