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A weekly look at business issues important to mid-Missouri this week.

A weekly look at business issues important to mid-Missouri this week.
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Marshfield, MA

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A weekly look at business issues important to mid-Missouri this week.

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English


Episodes

Afternoon Newscast for December 15, 2017

12/15/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: State Board of Education Accelerates Process to Find New Commissioner Arrest Made in Connection with Bomb Threat Some with HIV in Missouri to Lose Health Care Coverage in 2018 Last Day to Apply for Health Care Through ACA

Duration: 00:02:56


Off the Clock – Meet Alice Wells, Missouri Contemporary Ballet’s Newest Member

12/15/2017
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Off the Clock – Meet Alice Wells, Missouri Contemporary Ballet’s Newest Member Columbia’s Missouri Contemporary Ballet celebrated its 12th season last month with its original production Eclipse in Movement. This week, I talked with its newest member, Alice Wells, about the joys and challenges of working as a professional dancer for a small company. She’s 21-years-old and moved away from home at the young age of 14 to start training as a professional. Erin McKinstry: “Could you start by...

Duration: 00:03:58


Thinking Out Loud: Holiday Previews

12/15/2017
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A recent episode of Thinking Out Loud featured a pair of previews of upcoming holiday performances in Mid-Missouri. We look ahead to Jefferson City's Southside Philharmonic Orchestra 's weekend performances of the Nutcracker and the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre 's ongoing staging of A Christmas Carol.

Duration: 00:13:56


Discover Nature: American Beavers

12/15/2017
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This week on Discover Nature, watch for an ecological engineer, and unsung steward of streams.

Duration: 00:00:59


Morning Newscast for December 15, 2017

12/15/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Missouri Veterans Commission Director Resigns Tuition Waivers for Graduate Students Likely to Remain Untaxed Columbia Police Officers Will Now Carry Naloxone Kits

Duration: 00:02:54


Afternoon Newscast for December 14, 2017

12/14/2017
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Regional news from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Republican Lawmakers in Missouri Push for More Tax Cuts Missouri Governor Picks Attorney for Higher Education Board Update: No Bombs Found Near Hearnes Center, MU Student Given Summons Greitens Praises Help for Concentrated Animal Feeding Farms

Duration: 00:02:59


Global Journalist: The Looted Antiquities Trade

12/14/2017
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Conflict in the Middle East and elsewhere has fueled a booming trade in looted antiquities from archaeological sites and museums. Millions of dollars worth of artifacts have disappeared, with some resurfacing for sale in Europe and the United States. The black market trade provided tens of millions of dollars of funding for the Islamic State, one of the largest groups involved in the business. With ISIS nearing defeat, archaeologists are looking for ways to halt the trade in looted...

Duration: 00:28:26


Morning Newscast for December 14, 2017

12/14/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Missouri Veterans Commission Director Resigns City Could Save Time, Money With New Airport Plan MU Endowment Surpasses $1 Billion Republican Lawmakers Pushing for More Tax Cuts

Duration: 00:03:20


Afternoon Newscast for December 13, 2017

12/13/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: MU Alert: All Clear After Bus Bomb Threat Republican Lawmaker Files Legislation in Response to Vandeven Firing MU Endowment Surpasses $1 Billion Bourbon Virus Not Found in Ticks at Meramec State Park City Could Save Time, Money With New Airport Plan

Duration: 00:03:02


Morning Newscast for December 13, 2017

12/13/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Local Resident Hopes to Take Guns Off the Street Through Gun Buyback Event Advisory Board Sends Downtown Lighting Project Test to City Council for Approval House Subcommittee Continues Discussion on Potential Work-Study Program Columbia School Board President Won't Seek Re-Election

Duration: 00:02:39


Afternoon Newscast for December 12, 2017

12/12/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom including: Columbia School Board Approves Ballot Language for April Bond Question Federal Judge to be Updated on Ferguson Civil Rights Lawsuit Missouri Commission OKs 2 Concentrated Animal Feeding Farms Missouri Enrolls in New Study on Foster Parents

Duration: 00:02:39


Discover Nature: Bald Eagles

12/12/2017
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Missouri’s resident and migratory bald eagle populations peak in the winter, and now is a great time to look for these iconic American raptors.

Duration: 00:00:59


Morning Newscast for December 12, 2017

12/12/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Columbia School Board Approves Ballot Language for April Bond Question Missouri Enrolls in News Study on Foster Parents Private Messaging App Causes "Complicated" Legal Situation for Greitens Governor Calls for Ouster of Veterans Home Administrators

Duration: 00:03:12


Afternoon Newscast for December 11, 2017

12/11/2017
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Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: Attorney General Wants to Help Military get Legal Help Moberly Correctional Center Earning Recognition for Veteran Rehab Program Private Messaging App Causes 'Complicated' Legal Situation for Greitens Governor Calls for Ouster of Veterans Home Administrators

Duration: 00:02:44


Morning Newscast for December 11, 2017

12/11/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Gun Sellers, Licensed or Not, Find a Marketplace on Facebook Consulting Firm Cautions $160 Million Deficit by 2023 if UM Takes No Action

Duration: 00:02:57


Thinking Out Loud: Chief Chris Hammann

12/10/2017
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Besides a familiarity with law enforcement techniques, a small-town police chief must possess an awareness of local history, the economy and city policy. Chris Hammann recently spoke to KBIA's Trevor Harris about the nature of his work as chief of police in Vandalia, Missouri . Hammann discussed the community impact of a local women's prison, his knowledge of repeat customers and made a call for legalizing marijuana in the state for medicinal use.

Duration: 00:21:26


Afternoon Newscast for December 8, 2017

12/8/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: UM System Board of Curators Discusses Review of Administrative Costs No Charges in Fatal Columbia Police Shooting Missouri Owes $19 Million for Child Care Subsidies GAO Report Says Workers Fear Retaliation for Reporting to OSHA

Duration: 00:02:57


Off the Clock – The Resurgence of American Bluegrass: From Fiddle Music to “Stomp Grass"

12/8/2017
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Traditional bluegrass music is a melting pot. It has roots in Appalachian, Celtic and jazz music, and musicologists trace the origins of the banjo back to traditional stringed instruments from West Africa. It’s a genre that’s constantly evolving. Pat Kay is a bluegrass musician and books shows at the Blue Note, a music venue in Columbia. He said the traditional style has seen a resurgence in recent years.

Duration: 00:03:58


Global Journalist: India's Air Pollution Crisis

12/8/2017
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Recently an international cricket match in the Indian city of Delhi had to be temporarily halted in the middle of the game for an unusual reason. The cause: air pollution levels so high that a top player for India's opponent, Sri Lanka, began vomiting on the field. India has had pollution problems for years, but recently it has gotten significantly worse. Smog was so bad in New Delhi last month the government ordered thousands of schools closed and banned trucks from the road for a week....

Duration: 00:28:26


Morning Newscast for December 8, 2017

12/8/2017
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Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Greitens' Team Facing Pushback over Messaging App Curators Vote to Tighten Grip on UM System Campus Projects Missourian will Sponsor Regional Scripps Spelling Bee in 2018

Duration: 00:02:51

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