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Just like Silicon Valley, there is a shortage of tech talent -- specifically programming talent -- right here in the Midwest. That dearth is the...
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including CPD to continue looking for leads in Heitholt murderMU receives gift for veterans'...
A controversial new frac sand mine expects to hear soon if its permit has been issued allowing it to set up shop in Ste. Genevieve County. The sand...
Sterling Wyatt, 21, was a soldier who lost his life in 2012 in an IED explosion while serving the US Army in Afghanistan. His mother, Sherry Wyatt, 55,...
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: AG's office will not pursue further action in Ryan Ferguson caseFranklin's attorney asks court...
Regional news from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Kinder: Right to work likely to go to Mo. ballotJoplin contractor fined for wage violations
Tom Harris and Brian Mahieu have been engaged for nine years. Each wears a wedding ring. Each says they consider themselves married emotionally. However,
At 12 years old, Summer Davis was frustrated with the amount of weight she had gained. “I started getting really annoyed and mad at myself for being
This is the latest installment of Harvest Public Media’s Field Notes, in which reporters talk to newsmakers and experts about important issues related to
Tim O'Mara, Author, "Sacrifice Fly"
While the farming community continues to age fewer young people are filling the ranks, prompting the question: Do young people even want to farm anymore?
On July 31, voters in Zimbabwe took part in the country’s presidential election. The contest pitted longtime President Robert Mugabe against his rival
Regional news from the KBIA newsroom, including: Continued flood rescues in Taney County,Waynesville flood victims identified, andRep. Chris Kelly's wife,
Lorenzo Lawson, Youth Empowerment Zone, "Violence in Columbia"
It’s hard not to use the phrase “quintessential small town” when you describe Pittsfield, Ill. The western Illinois community of 4,500 people has a
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: Flooding persists in south-central Missouri, more rain expectedMiller County experiencing
Walk into Columbia’s Museum of Art and Archaeology between now and Aug. 11, and you’ll find some pretty intense, large-scale woodcut prints depicting
Driving out of the western Iowa town of Panora, the winding roads offer broad vistas of rolling hills. Many of the mailboxes along Redwood Road show the
Working beyond retirement is a fairly common refrain these days. In 2012, 5 percent of the U.S. workforce was beyond retirement age. But farmers seem to
Kelly Smith, River City Habitat For Humanity, "Tin Cottages"Wanda Hoffman, Camp Fire
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