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<p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:</p><ul><li>Missouri House Speaker Steven Tilley announces his decision to drop out of the 2012 lieutenant governor's race.</li><li>MODOT says it will support legislation to turn I-70 into a toll road.</li><li>The Jefferson City Council places ...
<p>More than 160 million women were never born as a result of sex-selective abortion. That's more than the entire female population of the United States.
<p>Steven Tilley has dropped out of the race for Missouri Lt. Governor, catching his fellow Republicans by surprise.
<p>This week on the show: a popular conservation program may fall victim to the 2012 Farm Bill. Plus, robot tractors.</p><p>
<p>FRANK SCHMIDT / MU's United Way</p><p>
<p>More Truman State University students have been awarded Fulbright grants this year than all but two other Master&rsquo;s institutions in the country.</p><p>
<p>Regional news, including:</p><p>
<p>This week:&nbsp; A reporter for KBIA talks with the largest newspaper in Germany and how it is surviving the economic crisis threatening the newspaper industry, and a unique store along the Katy Trail.&nbsp;</p><p>
<p>Members of the Muslim community in Columbia gathered with the larger community yesterday&nbsp; to emphasize the importance of peace in the world.</p><p><span>KBIA&rsquo;s Carah Hart has this report on how some Mid-Missourians worked to bridge religious and racial barriers in a march of peace. </span></p><p>
<p>Missouri is ranked 50th among the states in funding for public health, spending about one third of the national average. Audrain&nbsp;County spends even less, just $7.90 per person. In this weekly Health & Wealth update, voters in Audrain went to the polls yesterday and approved a new property tax ...
<p>JEFF HOELSCHER hosts: Dr.Michael Cooperstock, the medical director of infection control at University of Missouri Health Care was interviewed about influenza.</p>
<p>Some Columbia private schools have begun integrating new technology in classrooms and Columbia Public Schools are following suit.</p><p>By Christian Bryant (Columbia, Mo.)</p><p>
<p>Legal experts are reaching out to tenants of the Regency of Columbia Mobile Home Park who could be affected by the possible rezoning and shutdown of the trailer court.&nbsp; KBIA&rsquo;s Ryan Schmidt spoke with organizations and tenants about how they are coming to terms with this potential setback.</p><p>By ...
<p>HENRY ATKINSON / Veteran's Day</p><p>
<p>Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:</p><p>The City Council has approved two new measures that affect the way evictions are carried out in Columbia.</p><p>A Missouri appeals court has upheld a 2009 decision by state utility regulators to approve a rate increase for Ameren Missouri.</p><p>One ...
<p>The City Council has approved two new measures that affect the way evictions are carried out in Columbia.</p><p>
<p>The village of South Gifford may not exist for much longer. That&rsquo;s if voters approve a measure on the ballot that would revoke the community&rsquo;s legal status &ndash; and abolish its government.
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<p>LINDA KAISER / <a href="http://lwvcbc.wordpress.com/ ">League of Women Voters&nbsp;&nbsp; </a><br /><br />KARI SALMON / <a href="http://coyotehill.org/ ">Coyote Hill&nbsp;</a>&nbsp; (573) 874-0179</p><p>
<p>LINDA KAISER / <a href="http://lwvcbc.wordpress.com/ ">League of Women Voters&nbsp;&nbsp; </a><br /><br />KARI SALMON / <a href="http://coyotehill.org/ ">Coyote Hill&nbsp;</a>&nbsp; (573) 874-0179</p><p>
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