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Regional news from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Federal sequestration cuts will close Columbia's airport control towerMoDOT issues travel advisory ahead
In the past decade, Pakistan’s media has become larger, more powerful and more independent. The number of private television channels has grown from just
Debbie Lose-Kelly says she spends her entire life in avoidance of the everyday chemicals like fragrances, shampoos or laundry detergents. She lives with
The Missouri Department of Transportation is used to dealing with potholes, especially with the arrival of spring. But this year the department is trying
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Study could reroute mail processing out of ColumbiaColumbia schools considering gun policyFormer
Whole Foods Market recently announced that by 2018, all products in its U-S and Canadian stores containing genetically modified organisms will be clearly
A former prison official with a three-decade career in Missouri was shot and killed at his home in Colorado Tuesday night. Jennifer Davidson has more.
This is the second in a two-part discussion about health literacy and the healthcare reform. Not knowing what the online health insurance marketplace
Media criticism and critique from Missouri School of Journalism professors Mike McKean, Lee Wilkins and Charles Davis.
The MU Department of Anthropology recently hired Napoleon Chagnon, one of the first anthropologists to document the once-isolated Yanomamö (pronounced Ya
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Boone County: 130 calls to 911 each month unanswered for more than 60 secondsMo. court strikes
On April 2, Boone County residents vote on whether the county should increase its sales tax to fund improvements to its 911 dispatch center. Boone County
Today Paul Pepper welcomes RUBEN BOLTON, Valley View Community Church, who talks about "The Lamb - A Passover Perspective of The Last Supper", opening
Westminster College in Fulton, Mo. is hosting international alum, Shauna Aminath this week. She will share her experiences as a political and
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Missouri makes $700 million in export deals with TaiwanMissouri auditor examines welfare
<p></p><p>In this week's faith and values update, we hear from Kelsey Gillespy, the Catholic writer for Columbia Faith and values. She just finished a made-at-home documentary called "This Little Light," which aims to dispel misconceptions about Christianity – some of which she used to have herself, ...
<p> Regional news from the KBIA newsroom, including:</p><ul><li><h1>Columbia Police Chief speaks about crime</h1></li><li><h1>Columbia P&#38;Z tables South Route K development vote</h1></li><li><h1>Mo. Tax Reform Proposal Includes Another Cigarette Tax Hike, Flat Income Tax</h1></li></ul>
<p><em>This is the latest installment of Harvest Public Media’s&#160;</em><a href="http://www.kbia.org/programs/field-notes">Field Notes</a><em>, in which reporters talk to newsmakers and experts about important issues related to food production.</em></p><p><em>For this edition of&#160;</em>Field Notes<em>, ...
<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom, including:</p><ul><li><a href="http://www.kbia.org/post/um-system-students-likely-face-tuition-fee-increases-again-next-year">UM System Students Likely To Face Tuition, Fee Increases Again Next Year</a></li><li><a href="http://www.kbia.org/post/columbia-pz-tables-south-route-k-development-vote">Columbia ...
<p></p><p>Today Paul Pepper chats with columnist BILL WICKERSHAM about all things extra-terrestrial. Are you a believer?</p><p><!--break--></p><p>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pAG7JLQwNo</p>
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