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A group of MSU students is trying to start a new program that will help other young people improve their health.  They hope the MSU fitness Group will be available for the fall semester.  KSMU’s Scott Butler reports. 

It may not sound like your idea of summer fun: Spending hours each day outside in the heat digging and sifting through dirt. But as KSMU’s Missy Shelton reports, that’s exactly what a Missouri State University professor and some MSU students are doing. 

Adam and Melissa Millsap Urban Roots Farm

When we think of local farmers, we tend to think of people located outside of the city limits.  But as KSMU’s Samuel Crowe reports, urban farming is alive and well inside Springfield. He visited one farming couple and has this report.

Ham Radio

Hosted by the American Red Cross the Southwest Missouri Amateur Radio club or SMARC will take part in a nation wide test of ham radio operators to see if they can hold communication for 24 hours without mainline power.  KSMU’s Matthew Barnes has details about the field day event coming up this weekend. 

The annual Movies at Founders Park event is once again coming to the park located at Water Street and North Jefferson in Springfield. This summer’s line-up boasts many new releases, along with some classics. KSMU’s Justin Lux went out to Founders Park and has the details.

A handful of students at MSU are close to finishing their studies on how to teach blind people to get around in public.  Before they can get their certificate, however, they have to learn to navigate buildings and public streets as if they themselves were blind.  KSMU’s Rebekah Clark reports.

Hosta Garden Springfield

Gardeners say they’re disheartened and upset after vandals attacked one of Springfield’s most cherished parks this week.  KSMU’s Jennifer Moore has details.

Nick Long and Pujols

Only at nine years old, Nick Long has been through a lot.  But for one day, he put all of his worries aside for a special day with Albert Pujols.  KSMU’s Scott Butler has more. 

Joplin Tornado Business

Joplin business leaders have found a friend in former US Senator John Danforth as they try to rebuild their city after the May 22 tornado left nearly 5,000 people without jobs. From Joplin, KSMU’s Jennifer Moore reports.