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Ribbon Cutting

A new section of the LINK, a planned bicycling and pedestrian route through Springfield’s core, was unveiled Thursday morning at Doling Park. KSMU’s Shane Franklin attended the ribbon cutting ceremony, and has this story.

Dandelion

Nasal steroids for allergy relief have recently become available over-the-counter.  But allergists say, while that’s a good thing, there are some things you need to know.  KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more.

Michael Taylor

Missouri carried out the execution of Michael Taylor early Wednesday. As Chris McDaniel reports, it was the state’s fourth execution in as many months.

House Republicans - Fulton Hospital Agreement

House Republicans in Missouri have unveiled their plans for funding a new state mental hospital in Fulton.  As Marshall Griffin tells us, it’s similar to the proposal made in December by Democratic Governor Jay Nixon.

Bob Stephens

Springfield Mayor Bob Stephens is calling on citizens to get involved with local youth services as a way to honor the legacy of Hailey Owens, the 10-year-old girl abducted and killed last week. KSMU’s Scott Harvey has more.

Joplin Tornado Damage

Another round of funding has been awarded to Joplin to clean up lawns contaminated by lead and cadmium. The new federal funding comes from the EPA's Superfund Program in hopes that residents will continue to rebuild in areas affected by the May 2011 tornado. KSMU's Shannon Bowers has more.  

Nixon at South Side Senior Center

On Monday night, Missouri's execution drug supplier agreed to not sell an execution drug for the state's upcoming execution. But as Chris McDaniel reports, the state still plans to proceed.

Vaccine

The Centers for Disease Control is reporting a sharp decline in new influenza cases around the country. And as KSMU’s Shane Franklin reports, the Springfield-Greene County Health Department is experiencing the same trend.

Mo Capitol at night

The Missouri Senate has stripped an amendment from the gun control nullification bill that would have required a 72-hour reporting period for stolen firearms. Marshall Griffin reports.