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<p>Monday, November 7th, 2011</p><p>COURTNEY BARNES /<a href="http://www.muhealth.org"> Missouri OB/GYN Associates</a></p><p>ANN MCGINITY / <a href="http://www.cwsg.missouri.org/ ">Columbia Weavers and Spinner&rsquo;s Guild / "Annual Holiday Exhibition and Sale"&nbsp; </a></p><p>
<p>Friday November 4<br />KAREN GRUNDY /<a href="http://missouricontemporaryballet.com/ "> Missouri Contemporary Ballet</a> / "Fall Performance"&nbsp;&nbsp;<br />573-219-7134<br />EMILY ROLLIE&nbsp; / <a href="http://www.facebook.com/IATheatre ">Columbia's Independent Actors </a>Theatre</p><p>
<p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom.</p>
<p>Wednesday October 19<br />MEL ZELENAK / Cruise and Travel Tips&nbsp; cruise@centurytel.net</p><p>
<p>Part two of two: Jeff Hoelscher speaks with Dr. Michael Gardner, Endocrinologist with Un.of Mo. Health Care's Cosmopolitan International Diabetes and Endocrinology Center about the nature of diabetes in people.</p>
<p>Regional news from the KBIA&nbsp;newsroom.</p>
<p>The University of Missouri has announced it will join the Southeast Conference next July.
<p>There&rsquo;s a doctor shortage in rural America. This is not news &ndash; just the opposite &ndash; it&rsquo;s been going on for ages. Even old Doc Adams, the country doctor in&nbsp;&ldquo;Gunsmoke,&rdquo; was constantly overworked. In one episode, when he finally gets a vacation, he&rsquo;s kidnapped ...
<p>There&rsquo;s a doctor shortage in rural America. This is not news &ndash; just the opposite &ndash; it&rsquo;s been going on for ages. Even old Doc Adams, the country doctor in&nbsp;&ldquo;Gunsmoke,&rdquo; was constantly overworked. In one episode, when he finally gets a vacation, he&rsquo;s kidnapped ...
<p>Boonville City Council members work toward tightening up the way organizations receive city funding.
<p>The man pushed in a Columbia jail cell has filed a civil lawsuit against the city and three police officers.
<div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden "><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"><p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom.</p></div></div></div><p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>As the saying goes, jazz was born in New Orleans, but it grew up in Kansas City. This week we&rsquo;ll revisit Robert Altman&rsquo;s &ldquo;Kansas City.&rdquo; And a new&nbsp; musical audio postcard.&nbsp;
<p>Suzanne Opperman of the Missouri Hepatitis C Alliance.</p><p>
<p>Natural disasters have cost the state of Missouri $15 million and the state budget director says that tab is still going up.
<p>One of the Republican leaders in the Missouri House plans to file a package of election-related measures when next year&rsquo;s regular session begins in January.
<p>Three hundred more acres of Mark Twain National Forest in Salem have burned since last night, in a fire that has burned 5,000 acres since Tuesday afternoon.
<div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden "><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"><p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom.</p></div></div></div><p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization warned in August about &ldquo;a possible major resurgence&rdquo; of the bird flu because a mutant form of the virus was recently found in Vietnam and Cambodia. Other flu viruses, including strains of swine flu, are occasionally resurfacing in different ...
<p>Lt. Governor Peter Kinder takes aim at "Obamacare," and Democratic rivals. We discuss his legal challenge to what he calls "the federal health control law," and why he thinks his lawsuit will likely end up before the Supreme Court. We also cover some political turf: Kinder compares his style of leadership ...
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