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On Wednesday night, Barbara Bush, daughter of former president George W. Bush, was in Springfield for the Public Affairs Conference at Missouri State University. KSMU’s Adam Hammons sat down with her for a few minutes before she made her public remarks.

On Wednesday, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the new Transporation Management Center. The center will be a hub for controlling traffic flow by monitoring cameras along the city’s roadways. The event was hosted by the City of Springfield and the Missouri Department of Transportation at the Springfield Public Works Operations Center on West Chestnut. KSMU’s Mike Donnelly reports.

Missouri lawmakers have proposed three bills that would strengthen Missouri’s laws against bullying in schools—and expand them to include cyberbullying. KSMU’s Xiaowen Tan reports.

Leslie Carrier talks with Jerry Moyer, court administrator for the Greene County Court System, about his position.

In an attempt to increase civic engagement in Springfield and other areas of Greene County areas, the Good Community Committee will be formally launching a project to remind citizens of the importance of respect when it comes to matters of public discourse. KSMU’s Justin Lux has the details.

Missouri State University will host the "Diversity and Economic Development Summit" April 28 from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at the Plaster Student Union. Dr. Leslie Anderson, interim vice president for diversity and inclusion, discusses the summit and its importance to the community.

Missouri State University will host the "Diversity and Economic Development Summit" April 28 from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at the Plaster Student Union. Dr. Leslie Anderson, interim vice president for diversity and inclusion, discusses the summit and its importance to the community.

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When you hear the word “leader” you might think of political figures, your favorite celebrity role model, or even a professor you had in college, but a speaker at Missouri State University’s Public Affairs Conference is looking to redefine leadership. KSMU’s Chasity Mayes has more.

 

 

Today is the 150th anniversary of the first shots fired in the American Civil War. For our ongoing local history series, Sense of Place, KSMU’s Emma Wilson visits with two women who trace their roots back to soldiers who fought during one of the bloodiest times in American history.