Dr. Lloyd Young talks with Louise Whall about the upcoming Good Community Fair.
Deborah Biggs talks with Greene County Clerk Richard Struckoff about changes to election laws and how those changes will impact the November election.
Francie Wolfe talks with the collection development coordinator for the Springfield/Greene County Public Libraries about banned books.
Mark Biggs discovers what activities are planned locally during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Francie Wolf talks about obtaining U.S. citizenship with a tutor for the program English as a Second Language.
Deborah Biggs talks to Kay Murnan about a new study that examines the impact of domestic violence on the workplace.
Francie Wolfe talks with a plaintiff in a sex discrimination lawsuit in honor of Women's Equality Day.
Mark Biggs talks with an environmental expert about public safety concerns for those who enjoy recreational activities in area lakes and streams.
Dr. Lloyd Young examines the latest efforts to provide health care to the indigent population of Springfield.
Mark Biggs talks with Jim Anderson about the transportation funding package contained in Proposition B.
Deborah Biggs talks with Melissa Haddow about underage drinking in Greene County.
Francie Wolfe investigates the impact of federal Patriot Act on libraries across the country.
Kay Murnan examines the evolution of the University of Missouri Outreach and Extension Service.
Mark Biggs talks with one of the individuals responsible for getting legislation term limits on the ballot in Missouri.
Dr. Lloyd Young talks with Dr. Duane Meyer about the type of government envisioned by the founders of America.
Deborah Biggs talks with Corporal Dan Brocker of the Missouri Highway Patrol about the problems associated with undocumented drivers in the area.
Francie Wolf talks with Ann Morris about living services available to the disabled community in Southwest Missouri.
Mark Biggs explores the services available to Hispanic immigrants living in the Ozarks through a Springfield organization.
Mark Biggs talks with two Springfield lawmakers about the legislative session, which ended May 17.
Deborah Biggs talks with Kay Murnan about pro bono legal services available in Southwest Missouri.
An overview of CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates with Executive Director Rhoda Clark.
Dr. Lloyd Young talks with Jerry Harmison about the public trust and the Springfield Public School Board.
Francie Wolff continues her discussion with advocates for the arts and humanities about impending budget cuts from the state.
Francie Wolff talks with advocates for the arts about the effects of funding cuts from the state.
Mark Biggs talks with State Senator Morris Westfall about his transportation funding proposal.