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Views of the News: Police-involved shooting kills Michael Brown
Police in Ferguson, Missouri shot and killed an unarmed teen. Was race a factor in the death of Michael Brown? Or has the framing of the story by local...
Missouri Hosts World's Longest Canoe and Kayak Race
The state of Missouri is hosting the longest non-stop canoe and kayak race in the world this Tuesday through Friday. Nearly 300 paddlers participated...
Growing better food security
Over 1 million Missourians experience some level of food insecurity and the Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri is looking to do something about...
Intersection: Science Education in the Columbia Public School System
On this week's Intersection, we will be talking about Science Education in the Columbia Public School System
Paul Pepper: LTF Flute Studio (Performance)
Today Paul Pepper welcomes JACK ATKINS and EMILY FRANKE from the LTF Flute Studio in Columbia, which is holding a fundraiser for the Voluntary Action...
Paul Pepper: Brian and Amelia Cottle, Alzheimer's Research
Today Paul Pepper visits with BRIAN and AMELIA COTTLE, advocates for Alzheimer's research after Brian was diagnosed with the disease at just 53 years...
Columbia residents hear new zoning regulations
Columbia residents had the chance to ask questions regarding new zoning development in the city. Clarion Associates, prime consultant for the new...
Paul Pepper: Peggy Kirkpatrick, The Food Bank for Central and Northeast...
Today Paul Pepper visits with PEGGY KIRKPATRICK, The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, about impending retirement and the 20th year of ...
Boone county farmers pray for a safe harvest
As Father Knute Jacobson of Calvary Episcopal Church in Columbia prays, farmers and their families bow their heads and press their hands to a big,...
Newscast for August 6, 2014
News Coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including detailed election results.
Missouri Constitutional Amendment Pits Farmer Against Farmer
The most contentious issue in Tuesday's Missouri primary was the "right to farm" amendment. It is meant to protect farmers and ranchers from state laws that would change or outlaw current practices.
Missouri voters pass 'Right to Farm' amendment by slim margin
In a night filled with anxiety and uncertainty, those that gathered for a watch party at the Missouri Farming Bureau Center in Jefferson City were...
Proposition EPIC rejected by Boone County
“They say that Boone County never met a sales tax it didn’t like. Well I guess tonight it found one,” said Steven Spellman, spokesperson for the...
Amendment 8, veterans lottery, fails to pass
Missouri veterans were denied a new revenue stream, when voters rejected amendment 8 last night. The measure would have created a separate lottery with...
Ashland voters aprove new wastewater facility
Ashland residents voted to approve a $7 million bond Tuesday. The bond money goes toward building a new water sewage treatment plant for the city....
Voters approve expansion of gun rights with passage of Amendment 5
Missouri is now legally obligated to protect residents from any attempts to curtail gun rights. Last night, voters approved Amendment 5 which says in...
Missouri 'de-man' finds buyers for electronic waste
Electronic waste is a fancy term for everything from computers and monitors to printers and cables. Well, anything you want to get rid of anyway.
Paul Pepper: Joy Sweeney, Council for Drug Free Youth
Today Paul Pepper and JOY SWEENEY talk about Council for Drug Free Youth: how it started, it's mission and it's future! August 5, 2014
In "low tax" states, how low can you go?
Missouri is headed to the polls this week to vote for, among other things, a ¾ cent sales tax increase that would be used to fund Missouri’s Department...
Intersection: What will you see on the August 5th ballot?
On today's Intersection, we will talk about what voters will see on the August 5th ballot.
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