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As a severe winter storm approaches the Springfield region, the Greater Ozarks Chapter of the American Red Cross is issuing a warning concerning residents at home. KSMU's Michael Donnelly reports.

With the potential for some serious winter weather in the Ozarks, City Utilities of Springfield is getting ready to respond. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.

As the freezing rain and snow falls, there will be people out working to keep the area's roads as drivable as possible. KSMU's Michele Skalicky has more...

A significant winter storm is making its way to Missouri. KSMU's Michele Skalicky has more...

In this segment, we look at one of the numerous projects funded through the CFO's Grantmakers Challenge for Children: the ECHO project.

Leslie Carrier talks with Greene County Archives Supervisor Robert Neumann about what the archives offer...

  • Listen to live music
  • Buy plants
  • Watch a movie
  • Celebrate the Chinese New Year
  • Attend a hockey game
  • Eat Soup and Help a Cause
  • Take your kids to a Nature Center program
  • Learn outdoor survival skills
  • Find bargains
  • Enjoy the Nature Center's Nature and the Arts series
  • Solve puzzles
  • Dance
  • See the traveling exhibit "Every Body Eats"
  • Earn badges
  • Watch a basketball game
  • Test your knowledge

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In this segment of our monthly series “These Ozarks Hills,” Ozarks native Marideth Sisco shares some notes from the research she helped conduct on a recent study of local history...and also some exciting news.