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Past articles by Brennon:

Evangel University is Empowering Students Through Literacy

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --For some students, summer time erases gains made during the school year. → Read More

Tiny Homes may Help Curb Growing Homeless Population

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A collection of micro homes could help house the chronic homeless in Springfield. A nonprofit came up with the idea in hopes of building a better community. → Read More

The Library Center Hosts Traveling Space Exhibit

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --A Springfield Library gets a unique honor, it was chosen from libraries nationwide to get a traveling space exhibit. → Read More

Blueberries Flourish in Spite of Weather

CLEVER, Mo. --In some areas across the Ozarks farmers are seeing the best blueberry crop in memory. → Read More

Locals are Rappelling Down a Building to Raise Awareness for Child Abuse

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Have you ever wanted to rappel off a multi-story building? This weekend in downtown Springfield thrill seekers can rappel, safely and legally, while also helping others. It's called "Over The Edge" and it's a fundraiser. → Read More

Popular Mentoring Program Seeks Volunteers

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A popular mentor program in Springfield needs your help. Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks says more than 100 boys are waiting for a Big Brother. It's an all-time high for the waiting list. → Read More

Fordland School Uses Lockdown to Ensure Security Measures

FORDLAND, Mo -- A lockdown at Fordland Public Schools was an opportunity to make sure all bases were covered when it comes to safety of students and faculty. → Read More

Fighting Addiction Using Pet Therapy

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- People recovering from addiction have been getting help from an unlikely source, a therapy dog in training. → Read More

Preparing Responders for Crisis

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - There's more and more concern now for the safety of our entities. Whether that's university students, faculty, staff, or citizens in our local areas. → Read More

Managed Care Expansion Raises Concerns for Dental Care

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A new system in Missouri has transferred the state run health coverage of thousands of low income adults and children to managed care. → Read More

Summer Meal Program in Taney County Focuses on Kids

BRANSON, Mo. -- Most children jump for joy when the final bell rings on the last day of school. For them, summer means freedom. But for many kids, childhood hunger doesn't take a vacation. → Read More

SPD Warns of String of Motorcycle Thefts

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield-area law enforcement is cautioning motorcycle owners to keep a close eye on their machines because thieves certainly are. → Read More

Springfield's Urban Meadows could help taper off Flooding

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --If you've been walking along the Greenway Trails in Springfield, you've probably noticed a lot of unkept grass. But city leaders are leaving it as-is for a reason. → Read More

Trees Damage Homes in Chadwick, MO Area

CHADWICK, Mo. -- A fast moving storm moved across several southwest Missouri counties overnight. In Christian County, high winds damaged homes, snapped and uprooted trees and knocked out electricity to hundreds of people. → Read More

Missouri Passes Good Samaritan Law

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- In an effort to combat the growing number of fatal drug overdoses in the state, Missouri lawmakers passed Senate Bill 501. → Read More

Republic Elementary School Nurse Wins Statewide Nomination

REPUBLIC, Mo. -- A local school nurse is being recognized as the best in the Show Me State. → Read More

Sewing Group Stitches Threads Of Love for Newborns

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --Each stitch taken by an area church sewing group is a labor of love. More than a dozen women come together weekly to provide one of the most basic human needs - warmth and comfort - to families at area hospitals. → Read More

Greene County Jail Adds New Video Visitation Software

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Families of inmates at the Greene County Jail can now visit with their loved ones without leaving home. → Read More

Mercy Works to Reduce Physician Suicides

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Suicides among physicians nationwide has Mercy Hospital taking a proactive approach in tackling this problem before it hits right here at home. → Read More

Man Convicted of DWI Has Message of Hope for Teens

OZARK, Mo-- A Warsaw man is reaching out to young people at a local high school and letting them know they're not invincible. → Read More