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<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom:</p><ul><li>Columbia's city council adds protects gender identity in employment</li><li>Missouri's horse industry reacts to lift on horse-slaughter ban</li><li>More DWI check points on Columbia roads this week</li><li>Light snow creates multiple accidents on the ...
<p>In rural Missouri, there are roughly half as many primary care doctors per person, compared to urban parts of the state. &nbsp;That's a problem, when you consider that rural residents are also older (about three years, on average) and poorer (about five percent more live in poverty). In this Health ...
<p>Last week marked the 176th birthday of the man who many feel defined American literature. Since his 1910 death, the city of Hannibal in northeastern Missouri has become a mecca for those who appreciate Mark Twain's work - one of the few places in the world that center on literary tourism. But it's ...
<p>In rural Missouri, there are roughly half as many primary care doctors per person, compared to urban parts of the state. &nbsp;That's a problem, when you consider that rural residents are also older (about three years, on average) and poorer (about five percent more live in poverty). The shortage ...
<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 ...
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<p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom including:
<p>The University of Missouri Children&rsquo;s Hospital has inducted two new ambulances into its fleet. The new vehicles also have side-loading doors instead of back doors that allow for two patients to be transported at the same time.
<p>An iron works and a hot house can still send chills up your spine.</p><p>Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre<em>&nbsp;is a weekly radio drama program adapted for radio by Brad Buchanan and produced by Darren Hellwege.</em></p><p>
<p>This week on Exam, we take a look at Agriculture Education in Missouri. Plus, student athletes at Truman State University are being recognized for academic success.
<p>According to a study from the<a href="http://ehp03.niehs.nih.gov/article/fetchArticle.action?articleURI=info:doi/10.1289/ehp.9760"> Journal of Environmental Health Perspectives</a>, Americans consume a lot of meat, and the quality of the meat products is directly linked to animal feeding management. ...
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<p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom including:</p><ul><li>Medicare enrollment period comes up faster this year</li><li>MU considers 3% tuition hike to cover budget deficits</li></ul><p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>For seniors and people with disabilities, now's the time to sign up for or review Medicare coverage. This year, Medicare's open enrollment period ends a lot earlier than usual.&nbsp;</p><p>
<p>White Squirrels thrive in Marionville, Missouri, in spite of their genetic deficiencies on &ldquo;Call of the Wild.&rdquo;&nbsp; New&nbsp;research at MU&rsquo;s PRIME Lab reveals findings about stereotypes.</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><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 coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:</p><ul><li>Missouri General Assembly Map, Redistricted</li><li>Living Windows Celebration</li><li>Missouri Revenue Report</li></ul><p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>The District hosts its annual Living Windows festival Friday night in Columbia.
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