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<p>The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations have captured the world&rsquo;s attention. Related demonstrations, meanwhile, have spread across the U.S. and around the world.
<p>Community leaders hosted a statewide video conference Saturday to discuss the impact of the ongoing cuts and consolidations to Missouri&rsquo;s social services.
<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom.</p>
<p>The annual haunting we all know as Halloween falls a Monday this year. So, to prepare for ghouls, candy and costumes, we head south to Jasper County for the spooky tale of a haunted house dating back to 1849. And autism theater has made its way to Columbia, Missouri.
<p>In the United States, we pay a lot more for our health care than other wealthy countries, but we are no healthier.&nbsp;&nbsp;Missourians actually pay even more per capita than the U.S. average, and are even less healthy. (Missouri is <a href="http://www.americashealthrankings.org/measure/2010/overall.aspx">ranked ...
<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, including:</p><ul><li>U.S. Senator Claire Mc Caskill to visit Columbia.</li><li>Bison Arrive in North Missouri.</li><li>Mid-Missouri ...
<p>At the fourth in a series of public input sessions Thursday night in Jefferson City, farmers and representatives of lawmakers shared opinions and criticism on how the corps handled the historic flooding last May, June and July.
<p>In 2019, the average Missouri family will be $1,471 richer. That&rsquo;s how much the average family will save on health care each year once Obama&rsquo;s reform law takes full effect, according to a <a href="http://familiesusa2.org/assets/pdfs/health-reform/helping-families/Missouri.pdf">new study</a> ...
<p>For people with chronic conditions, getting Medicaid services can be a confusing, disjointed experience, shuffling from provider to provider. Under a provision of the Affordable Care Act, states can apply for federal money to help coordinate that care.&nbsp;Missouri did just that, and the news came ...
<p>Friday October 28<br />KIT SALTER / "The Road in American Life"
<p>Legal experts are reaching out to tenants of the Regency of Columbia Mobile Home Park who could be affected by the possible rezoning and shutdown of the trailer court.&nbsp; KBIA&rsquo;s Ryan Schmidt spoke with organizations and tenants about how they are coming to terms with this potential setback.</p><p>By ...
<p>In Columbia, African Americans made up 20 percent of the traffic stops conducted by police, yet they make up only 10 percent of the population.&nbsp; What&rsquo;s more, Columbia police officers are three times more likely to try to search the car of a black driver than a white driver.</p><p>By Chris ...
<p>Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton has announced the termination of a Columbia police officer, following an incident in a holding cell. By Rehman Tungekar.</p><p>
<p>Walter Astrada, an international photojournalist, visited MU September 14, 2011, to discuss his project about violence against women.</p><p>
<p>University of Missouri (MU) Chancellor Brady Deaton held a press conference Thursday to address growing concerns about the stability of the Big 12 Conference.�</p><p>By Eric Staszczak (Columbia, Mo.)</p><p>
<p>Monday would have been the 123th birthday of T. S. Eliot, the Nobel Prize-winning poet, dramatist and critic who has been called the greatest poet of the 20<sup>th</sup> century.</p><p>By Davis Dunavin (Columbia, Mo.)</p><p>
<p>Health care premiums are at a record high &ndash; up nine percent since last year. A survey released Tuesday shows the average family is now paying over 15 thousand dollars a year on health care premiums. KBIA&rsquo;s Jacob Fenston reports the rising costs are affecting Missourians as well.</p><p>By ...
<p>In the wake of Former Presiding Commissioner Ed Robb&rsquo;s death on Saturday, Boone County Commissioners Skip Elkin and Karen Miller will rotate on a weekly basis to fill the void he left.</p><p>By Matt Norris (Columbia, Mo.)</p><p>
<p>At its meeting Monday night, Columbia City Council members discussed how to re-approach the redistricting matter after the city staff pulled one of the reapportionment committee&rsquo;s two final recommendations. City staff says Trial D is not contiguous due to complications with its border along ...
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