Allison Cash talks with Springfield Mayor Bob Stephens about what it's like to be mayor.
Judy Dasovich talks with Dr. Mark Rushefsky, political science professor at Missouri State University, about the Affordable Care Act.
Cindy Stephens talks with Carrie Lamb, water quality coordinator for the city of Springfield, about the Clean Water Act and ways Springfield addresses water quality issues.
Ilga Vise talks with Ramona Baker, director of Homeless Services at Council of Churches of the Ozarks, about the Safe to Sleep program.
Leslie Carrier talks with Springfield Mayor Bob Stephens about the effect of unfunded mandates on the city.
Ilga Vise talks with Angie Filbeck, neighborhood coordinator for the Walkable Neighborhoods Project, a program of the Health Living Alliance, about the project's status.
Cindy Stephens talks with Lorraine Sandstrom, branch manager of the Library Center, about the Missouri Humanities Council. Sandstrom is a local board member to the Council.
Ilga Vise talks with Dr. Mike Stout, sociology and anthropology professor at Missouri State University, about the Community Partnership of the Ozarks' Neighbor for Neighbor program.
Cindy Stephens talks with Ken Thrasher, CEO of the Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield, about home starts and their effect on the economy.
Allison Cash talks with Dr. Ted Vaggalis, associate professor of political science at Drury University, about voting rights.