Lisa Langley talks with Missouri's Commissioner of Education Chris Nicastro about the public education in the state and efforts to secure "Race to the Top" federal funding.
Leslie Carrier talks with Bart Brown, President and CEO of Ozarks Food Harvest about his agency and the growing need for its services during the economic crisis.
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Nancy Rahmeyer talks with Carol Zablocki, Chair of Springfield's Human Rights Commission about what the commission has been doing since its paid staff was cut.
Allison Cash discusses the home rule charter that will go before Nixa voters April 6th with Home Rule Commissioners Sharon Whitehill Gray and Chris Russell.
Ilga Vise discusses the history and contributions of women in government with Dr. Elizabeth Paddock, professor of political science and chair of the History, Political Science and Geography Department at Drury University.
Nancy Rahmeyer talks with Kazumi Holcomb about her role as the international student recruitment specialist for Missouri State University.
Ilga Vise learns about the Greene County Juvenile Justice System in her conversation with Marie Swope, Detention Superintendent and Director of Residential Services.
Lisa Langley talks about homelessness in Springfield with Doug Pitt, local business owner and co-chair of the Citizens' Task Force on Homelessness.
Allison Cash discusses proposals to improve the election process and voter participation with Christian County Clerk Kay Brown.
Kay Murnan interviews retired Springfield Police Chief Lynn Rowe about his tenure as head of the department, the strengths of the police force, and challenges facing the department.