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Greene County Courthouse

The April 8 ballot for Greene County includes candidates and/or issues in nine cities. And the county’s clerk, Richard Struckhoff, is reminding residents who aren’t registered to vote next month that they have until Wednesday to do so.

Senator Claire McCaskill

Senator Claire McCaskill's bill aimed at curbing sexual assault in the military got a green light from Senators this week.  KSMU's Theresa Bettmann has details.

General Colin Powell / Photo Credit: Washington Speaker's Bureau

Officials are Missouri State University say they expect up to 9,000 people to attend this month’s Public Affairs Convocation, featuring former US Secretary of State Colin Powell. KSMU's Shannon Bowers has this report. 

Kander and Kincaid

Missouri’s Secretary of State stressed the importance of homegrown entrepreneurship while visiting the Missouri State University eFactory in Springfield Thursday. As KSMU’s Scott Harvey reports, Jason Kander’s stop was part of a statewide innovation centers' tour.

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.

Table Rock Dam

Missouri’s two US senators are working with their counterparts in Arkansas to introduce a bill that will reestablish a joint management agreement between the Corps of Engineers and Ozarks River Heritage Foundation. This agreement had originally allowed the foundation to collect user fees and apply them to park maintenance and operations. KSMU’s Anna Thomas has more.

Billy Long

A couple of Congressional lawmakers from Missouri are leading the charge to increase transparency in the Executive Branch. KSMU’s Shane Franklin has the story.

Greene County Courthouse

Eight Greene County candidates filed paperwork for countywide positions on the first available day Tuesday to get their names on the August primary ballot. KSMU’s Scott Harvey 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.