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It’s not just lifelong farmers who feel the pull of the land as they get older. For some Americans, retirement is an opportunity to begin the farming
Today Paul Pepper is joined by Maples Rep Theatre Artistic Director TODD DAVISON, pianist KEVIN CASEY and "Bloody Mary", who performs "Bali Ha'i" from
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: Missouri's 2011 disasters cost $36 million, a quarter of what Nixon budgetedState energy
There aren’t too many similarities between the mass street protests in Egypt and those in Brazil, aside from the fact that many large media outlets took
Today Paul Pepper welcomes back CATHY SALTER, who talks about the upcoming Paul Jackson Watercolor Exhibit at the Montminy Art Gallery at the Boone County
Google Glass may seem like space-age technology. But that doesn’t mean it’s only for Star-Trek fans. The innovative device is a pair of glasses with a
Americans eat millions of pounds of fish and seafood and government figures show that 80 percent of it is imported. But two cousins in Iowa are hoping to
Google Glass may seem like space-age technology, but that doesn’t mean it’s only for Star-Trek fans.
Update: Gov. Jay Nixon signed SB 262 into law on Friday, July 12. A bill that was pushed by the state's insurance agents association could create a
This week guest host Harum Helmy explains all the ways Missouri is mucking up the implementation of "Obamacare."
Today Paul Pepper welcomes back CB Chastain, MU College of Veterinary Medicine, who shares useful pet health tips and products for these hot summer months
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: Nixon signs Mo. legislation dealing with childrenMo. senators hear pleas to expand Medicaid
Today Paul Pepper chats with TIM RICH about how the Heart of Missouri United Way is getting involved to curb violence in Columbia. Also, COLETTA
College students are making their voices heard to Congress about the future of student loans. On July 1st subsidized Strafford student loan rates will
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Gov. Nixon signs random assortment of eight bills into lawAudit questions Missouri State Highway
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is getting mixed reviews in an audit released Tuesday. The law enforcement agency is being criticized for spending 5
I met Mark Kenney on his family’s farm in Nevada, Iowa, when I was working on a story about farmer taxes. He turned out to be perfect for that — a farmer
A group of Columbia activists are promoting organic agricultural practices as a way to improve community health and the environment. The Columbia Climate
Missouri horse owners are on alert for signs of a rare horse disease after an outbreak in 12 horses in Nebraska earlier this month. Equine infectious
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