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<p>An accent &lsquo;test-drive&rsquo; of the iPhone&rsquo;s new digital assistant. Plus: at what age do babies start engaging in mind-reading? One MU researcher thinks she&rsquo;s got it figured out.
<p>At 10 a.m., Lee&rsquo;s is filled with the sound of music, plates cluttering and food being unwrapped. About 10 volunteers are busy preparing a Thanksgiving meal of turkey and desserts. Major. K. Kendall Mathews is the mid-Missouri regional coordinator for the Salvation Army. He said this is the 24th ...
<p>The pending release of three American students arrested in Egypt during protests near Cairo's Tahrir Square is the best Thanksgiving gift, the mother of one of the young men said Thursday.
<p>Six months after the devastating tornado hit Joplin, the community is slowly rebuilding itself.
<p><strong>LARRY BROWN</strong> / <a href="http://www.brownstory.com">Storyteller, Singer, Songwriter</a>&nbsp;573-642-9326</p><p>
<p><em>Audio coming soon... please check back.</em></p><p>Six months ago, an EF5 tornado plowed through the center of Joplin, leaving about one-fifth of the city's population without a home. Now, people are slowly getting back to normal. For some, normal means lacing up the running shoes and hitting ...
<p><em>Audio coming soon... please check back.</em></p><p>Six months ago, an EF5 tornado plowed through the center of Joplin, leaving about one-fifth of the city's population without a home. Now, people are slowly getting back to normal. For some, normal means lacing up the running shoes and hitting ...
<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom.
<p>Demand for &lsquo;alternatively raised meat&rsquo; seems like an opportunity for farmers in the Midwest. But it&rsquo;s not a booming industry in the region just yet. Plus, an update on the effort to bring broadband internet to rural areas of Missouri.
<p><strong>DIANA MOXON </strong>/ <a href="http://www.columbiaartleague.org/">Columbia Art League</a>&nbsp;573-443-8838</p><p><strong>BRENDA JACKMAN</strong>&nbsp; / <a href="http://www.rainbowhousecolumbia.org/">Rainbow House</a>&nbsp;573-474-6600&nbsp;</p><p>1611 Towne Drive, Columbia MO 65203</p><p>
<p>One of the three American students arrested during protests in Egypt for allegedly throwing fire bombs at Egyptian police is from Mid Missouri.
<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>This week we head to Kansas City for a different kind of dinner party&mdash;one that is uses a grassroots approach to support the arts. But first, a local look at a national event that&rsquo;s all about supporting and celebrating the rights of of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.
<p>Fall&rsquo;s unofficially begun and that means festivals galore here in Columbia. This show is dedicated to two of them.</p><p>
<p>Creativity is in the air and this weekend marks two debuts. We sit down with a local filmmaker about his newly produced concept short, which debuts Saturday. But first, we head to Kansas City for the long-awaited opening of a new performing arts center.</p><p>
<p>This week, we uncover a three-letter mystery.</p><p>
<p>Filmmakers and filmgoers alike are flooding into Columbia for the 4<sup>th</sup> annual Citizen Jane Film Festival. We&rsquo;ll check in with two of this year&rsquo;s featured film-makers. And &hellip; it&rsquo;s the season to be scary-&nbsp;and a darker sort of vampire has already landed in Columbia.</p><p>
<p>Does the idea of standing up in front of a bunch of strangers and trying to make them laugh seem horrifying or exhilarating? For some people it&rsquo;s both. This week, we explore the world of stand-up comedy and discover what kind of person willingly puts themselves out there.
<p>The month of November can seem a little dreary: shorter days, colder weather and it&rsquo;s still a month away from the major holidays. But it has a lot more going on than you&rsquo;d think. This week&rsquo;s show focuses on two things that make this month a little more interesting.
<p>This week: we&rsquo;ll go back in time&nbsp; and revisit what could be considered the trial of the century. And you&rsquo;ve probably heard of <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_%26_Julia">&ldquo;Julie and Julia</a>&rdquo;&mdash;the novel-turned-movie where Julie Powell spends a year cooking ...
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