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Daybreak In 10 - November 14, 2019 by KOLR10 News
"The leading cause of death for people under 50 is opioid [overdoses]. Our goal is to try and get as many people doing non-drug, non-invasive type of treatments so we can decrease those numbers," Dr. Gary Meek. "One of every 4 individuals that are prescribed an opioid end up struggling with addiction in the future," he said. "You gotta be doing everything you can to try to stop people who have never been on an opioid from getting on an opioid."
Daybreak In 10 - November 13, 2019 by KOLR10 News
The former Springfield City Councilwoman joins John Adams to discuss her new podcast and to talk about her time on Council.
Daybreak In 10 - November 11, 2019 by KOLR10 News
We share the details on some election results. ACA enrollment is here, we have the changes. Plus, Attorney General Eric Schmitt was in Springfield last week and he had a lot to say about crime.
Ozarks First sat down with the founder of Ozarks Alive, Kaitlyn McConnell, about her new book titled Passport to the Ozarks which covers 61 different places everyone should visit.
During World War II, Georgia Payne was held captive in Manila, Phillipines for over 3 years. Payne now lives in Bolivar, MO at a care center and spoke with our Jesse Inman about her experience. Payne says she tried to forget all of it for many years, but it 1995 she wrote a book, "Caught in the Crossfire: A Memoir." It documents the painful time she spent under the reign of Japanese Forces in Manila. You can buy that book on Amazon, but enjoy this Ozarksfirst podcast of her speaking with Jesse Inman.
Interviews with City Councilman Craig Hosmer and Executive Director of Christians United for Political Action Calvin Morrow
Daybreak In 10 - November 7, 2019 by KOLR10 News
Daybreak In 10 - November 6, 2019 by KOLR10 News
KOLR10 Morning Anchor Lauren Barnas talks with the founder of Single Momz Rock, on how the group is working with state legislators to decrease single parents' dependence on government assistance. This is a PODCAST EXTRA from the Courageous Conversation series "Everyone's Child" airing on KOLR10 News throughout the month of November.
Daybreak In 10 - November 5, 2019 by KOLR10 News
A hearing to decide whether Missouri's lone abortion clinic will keep its license wrapped up last week. We have more on what one official admitted. Plus, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley is calling on the federal government to bring assistance to Springfield after a recent overdose spike. Also, a reminder about Real ID's.
One year out from the 2020 general election, there's still a large presidential candidate pool. Show Me Politics sits down with Dr. Dan Ponder, a political science professor at Drury University, to talk about why candidates run when it's unlikely they'll win their party's nomination.