City / Lincoln Sports Partnership Proposed

Lincoln University President Dr. Kevin Rome (l) joined JC Parks and Recreation Director Bill Lockwood and Mayor Eric Struemph (not pictured) on KWOS Open Air to discuss a proposed city/LU sports facility.  Here's our conversation:[display_podcast]

Representative Barnes On Open Air

State Representative Jay Barnes (R-Jefferson City) has his eye on eliminating lots of tax exemptions for a few in favor of income tax reductions for everyone.  He talks about it in his latest interview on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

Murder At The Library!

...but no need for alarm.  It's time for the Missouri River Regional Library's Capital Read Program, and this year's featured book is a murder mystery, The Weight Of Blood, by Columbia author Laura McHugh (pictured left).  She joined MRRL Director ...Read More

Dr. Link On Open Air

Entero Virus, Flu, E-Cigarettes, and "gut buddies".  Here's our latest conversation with Dr. Chris Link of Capital Region's Integrative Medicine Clinic on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

It’s A Riot!

State Historical Society Of Missouri Director Gary Kremer talks about the Jefferson City Prison Riot of 1954 on the eve of the event's 60th anniversary:[display_podcast]

Coping With Catastrophe

Few catastrophes are as monumental or life-changing as 911, but even those small daily stresses can add up.  Here's our latest conversation with St. Mary's Psychologist Dr. Laurel Kramer on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

JC’s New Fire Chief On KWOS Open Air

Jefferson City's new Fire Chief is Matt Schofield.  He may be new to the Chief  job, but he's no stranger to the JCFD.  Here's our interview on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

Representative Jay Barnes On Open Air

With the veto session coming up next week, we talked about a number of issues with State Representative Jay Barnes on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

Congressman Luetkemeyer On Open Air

Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer discusses ISIS, the southern border, police "militarization" and the 2nd Amendment in our latest conversation on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

Cyber Bullies

Cyber bullying is a common and growing problem facing school kids, but there are precautions you and your child can take.  Tom Durkin of the Missouri Attorney General's Office talks about it on KWOS Open Air: [display_podcast]