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Brunner, the third Republican hoping to defeat Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill in next year's election, has been touring the state meeting with manufacturers. KSMU's Jennifer Moore has details. 

Table Rock OTC Campus

Later this month, Ozarks Technical Community College will break ground to begin construction on a new campus in Hollister. While some universities, including MSU, are reporting a drop in student enrollment this year, community colleges like OTC report record breaking numbers. KSMU’s Theresa Bettmann talked with a spokesperson for OTC to find out more. 

Homeowners should take note that if they see smoke suddenly rising from their yards, it might be part of a test.  Starting this week, Springfield Clean Water Services will be conducting “smoke tests” in area sewers.  Crews are trying to repair an aging sanitary sewer system. KSMU’s Samuel Crowe reports.

A new restaurant in town is always intriguing...what will be on the menu? What should I expect? Each semester Carrie's restaurant, a student-run restaurant in the department of hospitality and restaurant administration at Missouri State University, reinvents itself. With new front-of-house staff and new cooks, this experience driven restaurant comes out with a new menu and tries to showcase new methods and stay ahead of trends.

It’s the quintessential part of the American dream to own your own business…but what if you have no idea where to start?  The Ozarks Small Business Incubator, or OzSBI, will be hosting its grand opening in West Plains next month. OzSBI is a nonprofit organization where start-up entrepreneurs can get some help in the initial stages of creating their businesses.  KSMU’s Rebekah Clark reports.

Ilga Vise talks with Kay Chauri, an OTC instructor and director of the GED program at the Missouri Hotel, about the GED.

Whether you want to visit a farm, gaze at the moon, or attend a fall festival, there are many fun activities happening across the Ozarks this weekend.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officially designated the Ozark Hellbender as an endangered species Wednesday. This leaves many biologists concerned about the future of one of the world’s largest salamanders. KSMU’s Samuel Crowe reports.

Council of Churches of the Ozarks, a non-profit organization that provides services to people in need will be discontinuing one of its most beloved programs.  KSMU’s Matthew Barnes reports.