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The militant group Al Shabaab has wreaked havoc across Africa throughout this decade. A cell of Al Qaeda, the group has launched attacks on civilians...
Last month the U.S Department of Health and Human Services announced that more than 150,000 Missourians have signed up for health insurance under the...
A pair of members of the virtuoso ensemble the Cypress String Quartet recently talked with KBIA's Trevor Harris. That interview and a talk with...
Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: An update on the power outages across Mid-Missouri after last nights severe storms.Gov. Jay Nixon...
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Boone County continues to spend money in defending itself from the Ryan Ferguson lawsuit...
It's the Fourth of July! Celebrate Independence Day with three patriotic songs performed by the Boone County Hams! July 4, 2014 Songs: The Star-Spangled...
Fireworks for Life is an organization based out of Boonville that aims to give back to the community through the sale of fireworks. Jim Edwards,...
The largest association of U.S. physicians is calling for tighter rules on antibiotic use in livestock.
The Environmental Protection Agency released a proposed rule in June to cut carbon emissions by thirty percent by 2030. Since the announcement, a...
Today Paul Pepper welcomes back longtime guest JO MANHART, Missouri Egg Council, to share tips and secrets and actually make deviled eggs - a Fourth of...
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation that would expand the abortion waiting period to 72 hours...
The first-ever gay pride event at Fort Leonard Wood: Is it newsworthy or not? When you know your local readership isn’t likely to respond to the story...
From 1914 to 1954 if you were black in Kirksville you attended the segregated Lincoln School. In this episode of Thinking Out Loud hear voices of...
Missouri lawmakers want to put a stop to economic incentives for businesses who move across the state line from Kansas. But the legislation Gov. Jay...
You might be surprised to find out that on many a Saturday in Columbia throughout the year, kids are getting up bright and early to take part in science...
Almost 800,000 uninsured Missourians became eligible for coverage through the federal health insurance marketplace earlier this year. As the state...
Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: An update on the economic "border war" regarding business in Kansas CityGov. Nixon signing...
Dozens of Columbia residents and Columbia-based refugees were in attendance at the annual World Refugee Day Celebration in Columbia. The Refugee and...
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: Cole County judge hearing ballot measure challengesCambio de Colores conference addresses...
This week, our focus turns, once again, to Ukraine. Since the Euromaidan movement at the end of 2013, clashes between pro-Russian and anti-Russian...
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