SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A special program at the Library Center featuring LEGOs is meant to inspire and encourage fun for kids in fourth grade to eighth grade.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Thinking on the fly and having fun is what several children did Monday in Springfield. "KID-Prov Summer Camp" is going on at the Skinny Improv.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Students are graduating tens of thousands of dollars in debt. Now, the Obama Administration says college graduates have some hope paying back student loans.
WASHINGTON -- President Obama will announce on Monday an expansion of a program that helps student loan borrowers manage their debt, a White House official said.
REPUBLIC, Mo. – The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) says Republic schools will make up the day missed due to the water boil advisory Monday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The “Grin” Iron Classic continues Saturday, June 7 with a girls’ all-star volleyball tournament to benefit the Ronald McDonald Tooth Truck.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Approximately $3.5 million in repairs and renovations will be completed this summer at Springfield area schools.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Ozarks Technical Community College is holding it's first ever Veterans Resource Fair this morning.
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. – Two Waynesville High School students were accepted to U.S. service academies by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill Thursday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Almost 90-percent of Missouri’s school buses have finished the year without safety concerns after the Highway Patrol’s inspection of almost 12,000 of them.
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Researchers at the University of Missouri have shown that a new line of genetically modified pigs will host transplanted stem cells without the risk of rejection.
ARKANSAS - The Arkansas Summer Meals Program kicked off Tuesday across Arkansas because so many eligible kids are missing the opportunity during the summer, to have a free meal.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Students from Robberson Community School presented three checks to three local organizations totaling $6,000 Tuesday to help children in need.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- The Missouri Southern State University Budget and Audit Committee Monday adopted a spending plan for fiscal year 2015. The budget in spending.
NEOSHO, Mo. -- Doctor Jennifer Methvin officially began her role as the seventh president of Neosho's Crowder College Monday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Even though school is out for the summer, Springfield students can continue to receive nutritious meals in June through the summer Food Service Program.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Summer school starts today, June 2 along with the summer meals program for Springfield Public Schools.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Looking for something to keep the kids busy this summer? The Discovery Center starts summer hours this week. .
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--Starting Monday, June 2 the front entrance to the Library Center will be closed for construction.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A special service project at Robberson Community School is empowering students to help end child abuse through art and education.
ROGERSVILLE, Mo.-- Republicans lawmakers in Washington want to do away with guidelines for school meals. An agricultural spending bill would allow schools to waive nutritional guidelines.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Wednesday (May 28) is the final day of classes this year for public schools in Springfield. But summer school starts immediately as does the free summer meals program.
REPUBLIC, Mo. -- School administrators in Republic have made the decision to resume classes Wednesday, although a boil water advisory remains in effect for the city's water supply.
WASHINGTON, DC -- First Lady Michelle Obama argued Tuesday that it's "unacceptable" for House Republicans to consider making major changes to the 2010 child nutrition law.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Central High School students will soon have more places to park.
MISSOURI - With the unofficial start of summer just days away and the end of the school year in sight, education experts say it is critical to find ways to keep low-income children engaged over the summer.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- An agreement is made between Ozarks Technical Community College and Western Governors University to allow OTC students to transfer to the WGU online program at discounted tuition.
REPUBLIC, Mo. – School has been cancelled for Republic students on Tuesday, May 27, due to the water boil advisory issued Monday by the City of Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The summer meal program for Springfield students will begin Monday, June 2.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Jay Nixon (D) will veto legislation that proposed changes regarding Missouri’s 1993 student transfer law.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- More than 350 seventh graders from across Missouri will be honored at Drury University in Springfield today.
SPRINGFEILD, Mo. – Central High School freshman Kuang Ying won a new Kia Sol from Youngblood Nissan Chrysler Kia in Springfield on Thursday.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The Mehlville School District has hired Springfield Superintendent Dr. Norman Ridder as the interim superintendent for the 2014-15 school year.
SARCOXIE, Mo. -- A former member of the Sarcoxie, Missouri school board will spend two years in federal prison without parole.
JOPLIN, MO.--- There are just six days of school left for Joplin juniors at 101 North Range Line. The current class of juniors will leave the 11 and 12th grade center for the last time next week.
WEBB CITY, MO.--- A Webb City teen is preparing for what he calls an "epic senior trip." Welborn, a Webb City High School Class of 2014 graduate, is taking a different approach for his senior trip.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The kids at Robberson Community School in Springfield had a visitor Monday.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Hundreds of students celebrate over the weekend, their graduation from the University of Arkansas Little Rock. Among the group -- a survivor of last month's tornado.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri Treasurer Clint Zweifel is in Springfield today to talk about your child's future education.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Today marks the 60th anniversary of the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education. The U.S. Supreme Court case outlawed racial segregation in schools. The lead plaintiff in the case at one point lived in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- “Young Sprouts in the Garden” May 17 gives young children the chance to go green and get into gardening.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- House members who oppose the transfer legislation that has been sent to Governor Jay Nixon (D) say his office has indicated to them that he will call a special session for a new bill to be created.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri State University and Drury University hold their graduations this weekend.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Signatures were submitted earlier this month in support of eliminating tenure for K-12 teachers. The issue may end up on the November ballot.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A record number of students participated in Thursday night’s Ozarks Technical Community College (OTC) commencement at the JQH Arena. 742 students crossed the stage to become college graduates.
STRAFFORD, Mo. -- Fourth graders from Weaver Elementary School are testing out a new summer program.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Nursing students at OTC will reach a personal milestone this morning.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- House and Senate lawmakers have made more changes to language in a proposed fix to Missouri’s student transfer law that would allow public tax dollars to go to nonreligious private schools.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Meyer Library at Missouri State University is open 24-hours starting May 11 to students for finals week.
(CBS News)-- GARDNER, Massachusetts - A painting that hung in the Gardner High School principal's office in Gardner, Massachusetts, for nearly 50 years is headed to the auction block and it is expected to sell for close to $2 million, CBS Boston reports.