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<p><strong>MICHELE IMES</strong> / <a href="http://www.muhealth.org">MU Children's Hospital / "Pediatric Injury Prevention"</a>&nbsp;573-882-4141</p><p><strong>TODD DAVISON and "SCROOGE"</strong> / <a href="http://www.maplesrep.com/">Maples Red Theatre&nbsp;/ "The Trial of Ebeneezer Scrooge"</a></p><p>
<p>The package of agriculture and food policy that's called the farm bill is reauthorized by Congress every five years. This year, however, things are a bit different for this historically lengthy and debate-rich process. The federal budget deficit that's been hanging around for months has pushed the ...
<p>MU head football coach Gary Pinkel held a press conference with his lawyers this Monday afternoon to apologize for his DWI arrest Wednesday night.
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<p>The next generation of nurses are learning how to use iPads on the job. Plus, we&rsquo;ll have the latest statewide graduation rates.
<p>Today's guests are MARGARET TOLLERTON from Missouri Cures and JESSICA ELLIS from the Central Missouri Dietetic Association.</p><p>
<p>November is National Novel-Writing Month. (NaNoWriMo for short.) It&rsquo;s a cultural phenomenon, spread virally through blogs and forums, in which amateur writers, experts and everyone in between are challenged to write a complete novel over the course of a month. A lot of people take on this task ...
<p>In Columbia, volunteers are working with the city&rsquo;s parks and recreation department and other organizations as a part of an Urban Ecology Restoration project that aims to revitalize an area that was once home to a sewer treatment facility. Volunteers planted over 80 trees and 300 shrubs along ...
<p>This week on the show: the University of Missouri sponsors the Suicide Prevention Week. Plus: Missouri is ill-equipped to deal with prescription drug abuse.</p><div><p>
<p>Occupy Columbia protesters have been ordered to stop their demonstration in front of the city's administration building, because officials say they are not complying with two city ordinances. KBIA&rsquo;s Lee Jian Chung reports on the demonstrators plans.
<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom.</p>
<p>Heck yeah!! So should lunch.&nbsp;But two researchers say making medical school free could send more young doctors into primary care and rural practice, thus solving one of the big challenges facing health care today. And they've got a way to pay for it too.</p><p>
<p>Six months ago, an&nbsp;EF5&nbsp;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 the streets.</p><div><div><p>
<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>Peter Kinder has decided&nbsp;not to seek the Republican nomination for Missouri governor, and will instead run for a third term as Lt. Governor.&nbsp;
<p>Regional News Coverage from the KBIA Newsroom.
<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom.</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p><p>&ldquo;Call of the Wild&rdquo; kicks off the first part of a bear series. Follow KBIA&rsquo;s Margaret Berglund as she traps bears, explains the Science behind new bear research and explores the controversy surrounding bear-hunting.&nbsp;Lead author of MU&rsquo;s Bisphenol A study talks ...
<p>The residents of the Regency Mobile Home Park are left with few options after a meeting with a potential buyer this week.
<p>Missouri&rsquo;s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, or DESE, is changing the way it calculates high school graduation rates.
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