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Columbia Faith Values, the website behind KBIA's faith and values desk, just celebrated its first anniversary. We've put together some of the best sounds
The U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts the nation’s farmers will deliver a record 3.42 billion bushels of soybeans this year. The USDA is also
Today Paul Pepper talks to JOHN BAKER about the Community Foundation of Central Missouri, which is an opportunity to develop philanthropy in Central
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: Obama talks economy, education in Warrensburg speechPioneering sex researcher Virginia Johnson
On this week's show, we'll hear about a recent breakthrough in soybean science, and learn about the use of medicinal leeches in one Missouri hospital.
Next week in the southern Philippines, prosecutors will try to take another small step forward in the quest to put suspects in the Maguindanao Massacre on
Today Paul Pepper welcomes back YVONNE MATTHEWS, who talks about 'Lunch and Learn", plus the latest classes and more happening at Lincoln University in
Today Paul Pepper is joined by local folk musicians CATHY BARTON and DAVE PARA. They perform the song, "Santa Fe Trail".
The President discussed an American economy that's turning around, comparing where the country was five years ago to today. Obama says the basic American
The world’s soil is in trouble, even in the fertile Midwest. Some experts warn that if degradation continues unchecked, topsoil could be gone in 60 years
The world’s soil is in trouble. Ecologists say without dramatic changes to how we manage land, vast swathes of grassland are at risk of turning into hard
The world’s soil is in trouble, even in the fertile Midwest. Some experts warn that if degradation continues unchecked, topsoil could be gone in 60 years.
Florida's Stand Your Ground law is one of the most wide-ranging self-defense laws in the country. But Missouri's "Castle Doctrine" isn't far behind.
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Nixon signs gun-safety course for first-gradersNixon vetoes legal shield for old lead
Volunteers from different faith communities have been working together to grow food. Columbia has more than 30 community garden plots, and several of them
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
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