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<p>The Cole County Sheriff&rsquo;s Department and Jefferson City Police are working on a heroin awareness campaign.
<p>The search for the twenty-third University of Missouri System President continued Tuesday at the Clinton Club in the Mizzou Arena.&nbsp;
<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom:</p><ul><li>A Missouri House committee recommends a joint committee to&nbsp;&nbsp;oversee rainy day fund</li><li>Missouri receives 5 million dollars for tornado and flood relief</li><li>Brad Lager commits to run for Lt. Governor's office, opening the possibility ...
<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>City Council has approved construction of new trails in southwestern Columbia.</p><p>
<p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:</p><ul><li>Missouri women's stagnant earnings gap</li><li>Missouri House committee's recommendation of Rainy Day funds oversight</li><li>Duplicate voter registrations audited</li><li>Casino exclusion list rule change</li><li>New trail in Columbia ...
<p>A Missouri House committee that&rsquo;s been looking into natural disaster response has released a list of recommendations for lawmakers to take up next year.&nbsp; One recommendation would give lawmakers more of a say into the use of the state&rsquo;s Rainy Day fund.</p><p>
<p>Business Beat looks at economic and business news around mid-Missouri. Starting this week, we&rsquo;re adding another voice into the mix. Business Beat will be a platform for weekly reporting from Harvest Public Media. Harvest is a network of reporters across&nbsp; five states reporting on the topics ...
<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom including:</p><ul><li>Judge allows suit against Nixon for withholding funds</li><li>Search for 23rd MU president continues</li><li>Senator McCaskill promotes legislation to raise taxes on wealthy and cut payroll taxes</li></ul><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>This year marks a grim birthday: it was thirty years ago that the first AIDS victims were officially diagnosed. Though the rate of new HIV infections in the US has stabilized in recent years, the percentage of those in rural areas has been on the rise. In this weekly Health & Wealth update, World ...
<p>The first snowfall of the season has already caused some headaches for mid-Missouri drivers.
<p>Missouri legislators are struggling to pry answers from the Missouri Department of Insurance head about the possible start of a statewide health care exchange.
<p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:</p><ul><li>Missouri legislatures question proposed statewide health care exchange</li><li>Columbia City Council approves gender protection ordinance</li><li>The season's first snowfall causes problems for mid-Missouri drivers</li><li>UM Board ...
<p>A new group of Columbia residents now has protection against several forms of possible discrimination.
<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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