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Updated December 2019
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Three shots rang out in Dallas on November 22, 1963. The nation and the world was rocked by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Reporter Sophia Vaughn visits with four people who recall where they were, and what they were doing, and how they were impacted, when the U.S. president was gunned down 56 years ago. Then in our "First 30" ...…
 
Two trans teens visit with reporters Anna Daniel and Sophia Vaughn about their complicated lives, and how they "translate" them for their peers. Then Ben Bumgarner from the 1999-2000 staff of HTV visits with Anna for our regular "First 30" segment, as we celebrate our 30th year of broadcasting at Hillcrest. Ben is now a motion picture editor in ...…
 
Teenage vaping has become a national concern. It has risen to alarming rates in recent months. Bay 11 reporter Anna Daniel talks to two teens--one who quit using e-cigarettes, one who still does--and a local expert who explains some of the harmful effects vaping can have on young people. Then in our "First 30" segment, Sophia Vaughn has an ente ...…
 
In December of 1965, a handful of students in Iowa wore black arm bands to school to mourn those lost in the early stages of the Vietnam War. They were suspended by administration, and that led to a First Amendment case that made its way to the Supreme Court, and a 1969 decision that supported student expression. John Tinker was one of those Io ...…
 
Teenagers love late nights, but are definitely not crazy about early morning school bells. Anna Daniel digs into the sleep issue in our first story as she visits a local sleep clinic to see how they help people who are sleep-deprived. Then our new segment, "The First 30," focuses on past HTVers as we celebrate our 30th year of broadcasting at H ...…
 
Tracked: Our summer show this time begins with a look at young people who are being followed by their parents, thanks to apps that let them track their movements and more. Anna Daniel talks to three teens and a parent about the issues involved. Living History: Then Sophia Vaughn visits with a 96-year-old veteran of World War II, Kenneth Gaines, ...…
 
A sign is torn down, igniting a conflict between straight and LGBTQ students at a Springfield high school. Reporter Sophia Vaughn talked to two senior girls, one straight, one gay, who were part of the events that made local news, and sparked a spirited debate among teenagers who walked the same hallways every day, but at times seemed miles apart.…
 
Books are in the spotlight as we look at the future of real books, the kind you can hold, and the stores that sell them. Our first segment features a couple of Seattle bookstores reporter Anna Daniel visited during a recent broadcast trip to the northwest. People who make their living selling books were happy to discuss their confidence in the ...…
 
Are teenagers concerned enough about the future to actually do something about it? On this edition of Bay 11, we talk to current high school students who have done a little, or a lot, to prepare for the next chapter of their lives. The decisions are many...go to college or go to work? Stay close to home or move away? Pursue a profession or a tr ...…
 
KY3 consumer reporter Ashley Reynolds gets hundreds of tips each month from her loyal viewers. The tips often lead her to scam artists, shady deals, and services promised, but not provided. Bay 11 reporter Anna Daniel traces Ashley's journalism career, which began in high school when she was just 15, and led her to become one of the Ozarks' mos ...…
 
Human trafficking is a crime that continues to grow across the globe, and that includes the Ozarks. In this special edition of Bay 11, we focus sharply on trafficking...what it is, how mostly women are victimized, and how some people are offering hope and assistance to those who can escape before it is too late. Our program is made up of three ...…
 
Teens are all over social media, and that is not always a good thing. Reporter Sara Collins talked to a variety of young people about what they see on Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, and other online hangouts. It can be a crude, and sometimes dangerous place, as you will hear in our lead story. Then Anna Daniels interviews former HTVer and curre ...…
 
A woman was charged with first-degree murder two nights before Thanksgiving, and just like that, a Hillcrest sophomore and her siblings lost their beloved "Hammaw." Hayden Pyle has an in-depth look at the bizarre, unspeakable crime, and how it has altered the lives of a Springfield family forever. Then in "Traveling Man," reporter Brenden Weave ...…
 
A Hillcrest student talks about her ongoing fight with depression, and how she sought help once she began to understand what was happening to her. Reporter Anna Daniel has her story, and also gets perspective from a therapist who says she has seen a rise in depression among young people in the last 10 years. The new "Dig or Diss" segment featur ...…
 
Stan Lee passed away at the age of 95 this week. No one was more associated with Marvel Comics. And to mark his career, and his passing, we found an expert. Jim Fadler grew up in Columbia, Missouri. He started reading his brother and sister’s comic books when he was five years old. Batman and Superboy were his favorites. His first exposure to M ...…
 
The building that houses the Reed Academy has been standing since 1921, and those who know it best, the custodians, share some of the creepy things they have heard and experienced while on the job. Then check out our first effort at some original drama, with tongue planted firmly in cheek, as we present, "The Test." Expect some humor, some horr ...…
 
The band "21 Pilots" has impacted young people with their music and their lyrics as they address some of life's biggest challenges. Their positive messages have hit home with teens like Bay 11 reporter Sophia Vaughn, who explains what the band means to her, and to loyal fans everywhere. Then Hayden Pyle delves into the controversy stirred up by ...…
 
What started as a story about fad diets led reporter Anna Daniel to a recent HHS graduate, who shared how her constant dieting began threatening her health and well-being. Then Brenden Weaver brings us the colorful history of Doling Park in Springfield, which has been around since the late 19th century, providing warm memories for many Ozarkers ...…
 
A national broadcast on the A & E network has made us famous here in Greene County, MO. Every Friday and Saturday night, it's cops and robbers on TV, giving viewers a peek into the life of law enforcement officers. Reporter Sophia Vaughn visits with fans, and with one of Greene County's finest, Corporal James Craigmyle. We also debut a new pop ...…
 
"Vacay" is all about two vacation trips taken by Bay 11 staffers. In part one, Sophia Vaughn shares her excitement (or is that dread?) as her family heads to Colorado, which includes that long, flat, boring trek across Kansas. In fact, that is the main part of her report--getting past the Sunflower State. In part two, Anna Daniel and her family ...…
 
Rowdy, but relentless. The 1988 Hillcrest Hornets found a way to win, usually with their booming bats, or with an ace who threw heat and turned heads. Whatever the method, it worked, and they brought home the school's last state championship on the diamond 30 years ago. Throughout that magical season, one special teammate provided inspiration e ...…
 
We weren't even born the year Columbine happened. Thirteen people killed during a normal school day. It was a tragic wake-up call, but it wasn't the last one. Fast forward to the present, to another tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida--the sounds of terror on our TV's once again--on Valentine's Day. On this edition of Bay 11, reporter S ...…
 
Wild Bill Hickok and Davis Tutt etched their names in Springfield history in July of 1865. They faced off in the town square over a gambling debt, this one involving a pocket watch. These two young "peacocks" of the wild west were not about to back down, as reporter Sophia Vaughn explains, with the assistance of special guest John Sellars. He i ...…
 
A meme shared by a teen on social media before the horrific events in Florida unfolded stoked concerns at Hillcrest, leading some to believe an attack on our school was coming. It wasn't. But there were moments of doubt, lots of baseless rumors, and all the issues that seem to arise after another school shooting shocks our nation. The Bay 11 te ...…
 
Amanda King recalls her haunting visit to Chernobyl, the site of the worst nuclear disaster in history. While she found it oddly beautiful, she says it is a city "frozen in time." Reporter: Ellen Fountain. In our second segment, the energetic conductor of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra talks about the magic of "art music," and why teenagers ...…
 
In "Just 6,000 Miles Away" our host Emily talks to her big sister Chelsea, home for a visit after spending the last 11 months in Sendai, Japan. The cultural differences are substantial, and Chelsea explains how she's adjusting. "Fighting for Her Life" sums up the last year for Shay Clayton, a teen from Willard, MO who has faced huge challenges, ...…
 
Every day Katie Evans' students deliver the goods. They make the rounds with a snack cart, and some pretty cool things happen as they interact with teachers in our first segment. Then a 19-year-old musician has been dazzling audiences since his first recital 11 years ago. You will hear him at keyboard and understand why. Finally, a young blogge ...…
 
John Sellars is our special guest, describing something crazy from our city's past that he lived through--the great cobra scare of Springfield, MO, which happened during the blistering summer of 1953. The back story actually took 40 years to come to light, and there is nobody better than Sellars, the head of the Springfield History Museum, to s ...…
 
We get reaction to the recent banning of a classic piece of American Literature by a school in Mississippi. "To Kill a Mockingbird" has been challenged before, and it can still spark a debate about how appropriate it is for the classroom. Then we look at how the "take-a-knee" movement has moved from the NFL, where it started last fall, to some ...…
 
Teens from the north side of Springfield, MO recall the day they found out someone they saw every day had been accused of a horrific crime. Then we find out how sports concussions impacted the lives of two young athletes. And finally, special guest Dana Powell talks about her journey from Springfield to Hollywood, where her acting career is thr ...…
 
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