Allison Cash talks with former political candidate Nancy Hagan about what it takes to run for office.
Leslie Carrier talks with David Burton, civic communications specialist with the Missouri Department of Conservation, about news media and public trust.
Ilga Vise talks with Melissa Haddow, executive director of Community Partnership of the Ozarks.
Gail Melgren talks with Nixa City Administrator Brian Bingle about what recently released census figures mean for our region.
Leslie Carrier talks with Jerry Moyer, court administrator for the Greene County Court System, about his position.
Jeff Meyer talks with Chief Counsel and Legal Director of the ACLU of Kansas and Western Missouri about the organization.
Kay Murnan talks with Dr. Dan Ponder, political science professor at Drury University, about the right to assemble.
Ilga Vise talks with David Stoeffler, executive editor of the Springfield News-Leader, about freedom of the press.
Lisa Langley talks with Dr. Kevin Pybas, political science professor at Missouri State University, about freedom of speech.
Allison Cash talks with Ron Cleek, adjunct professor of social sciences at Evangel University, about the First Amendment and Freedom of Religion.
Gail Melgren talks with Community Foundation of the Ozarks Executive Vice-President Brian Fogle about the organization.
Lisa Langley talks with Charlotte Hardin, assistant vice-president for multicultural programs and student diversity at Missouri State University, about African-American Heritage Month.
Allison Cash talks with Gail Melgren, coordinator of the Greater Ozarks Leadership Development Program at MSU, about GOLD.
Leslie Carrier talks with Katie Towns-Jeter, public information administrator for the Springfield-Greene County Health Department, about the role of the Health Department in the community.
Allison Cash talks with Christian County Clerk Kay Brown about citizenship, community service and civic life.
Leslie Carrier talks with Greene County Archives Supervisor Robert Neumann about what the archives offer...
Jeff Meyer talks with Larry Franklin about what it was like to grow up in a segregated city.
Leslie Carrier talks with Julie Leeth, executive vice-president of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, about the Rural Schools Partnership.
Theresa Bledsoe talks with Ted O'Neal, the City of Springfield's superintendent of solid waste management, about a greenhouse project that's in the works.
Leslie Carrier talks with Springfield City Attorney Dan Wichmer about eminent domain.
Kay Murnan talks with Missouri State Auditor Susan Montee about tax credits.
Kay Murnan talks with Martha Love, special projects coordinator for the Springfield-Greene County Library District, about Missouri 211.
Lisa Langley talks with Denise Bischoff, executive director of the Doula Foundation of Mid-America, about her organization.
Theresa Bledsoe talks with Eric Olson, editor of the Springfield Business Journal, about what makes a small business successful.
Allison Cash talks with Ruell Chappell, head of the Well-Fed Neighbor Alliance, about farming and locally-grown food.