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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...
Today Paul Pepper chats with VALERIE CHAFFIN, Second Chance, about the need for volunteers to foster dogs and cats during these summer months. At [4:50...
A big week in legal news, as the U.S. Supreme Court decides on the Aereo case, verdicts are announced in the News of the World phone-hacking scandal...
Your medical record can be more than just the file in which your doctor scribbles notes during your appointment. With help from movement sensors...
Today Paul Pepper and MEL ZELENAK attempt to save you money with tips on how to score a good deal on a cruise (tips which can be applied to any...
The city of Ashland is looking into expanding non-motor transportation. This includes producing more sidewalks, pedestrian crossings and bike trails...
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: A new teaching and learning center is in the works for MU.Gov. Jay Nixon cuts over a billion...
Today Paul Pepper visits with MAJOR RICHARD TRIMMELL and CYNDY CHAPMAN, from Columbia's Salvation Army, about what's going on at Harbor House, which...
Today Paul Pepper visits with MARGARET TOLLERTON, Missouri Cures, and JACK SCHULTZ, Director of the Bond Life Sciences Center, who is also the keynote...
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: The University of Missouri Board of Curators made many decisions this week.Gov. Jay Nixon...
Today Paul Pepper talks to JEFF MORAN about the Millersburg Christian Church Bluegrass/Gospel Worship Service this weekend, a fundraiser for the PET...
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: President of Regional Economic Development, Inc. to retireBicycle and Pedestrian Commission...
For a long time, Texas was the center of cattle country. But drought is re-shaping the beef map and raising the price of steak. Ranchers are moving...
Drought is re-shaping the beef map and raising the price of steak. Ranchers are moving herds from California to Coloradoand from Texas to Nebraska...
Lakota Coffee on 9th street was vandalized around 1:45 a.m. on April 18. The vandal broke the glass in the front door and both front windows. They also...
Welcome to another edition of Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre. In keeping with our tradition of bringing you classic stories in an audio format, this week...
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