The University of Missouri's in-state undergraduates received a good news today. The UM Board of Curators voted to hold tuition increases to three percent starting this fall. In past weeks there was discussion of raising tuition by two or three times that much. However, the proposed tuition increase will leave MU with a forty-seven million dollar budget gap.
For major league baseball fans, this next week is an important one. Pitchers and catchers report for spring training and players at the rest of the positions follow suit in the coming weeks. But each year, hundreds of baseball fans get an even earlier start…at baseball fantasy camps. KBIA’s Ryan Famuliner is one of those people. He shares his story of a week of baseball spent in Surprise, Arizona.
Governor Jay Nixon is calling on Missouri lawmakers to pass new ethics legislation after the state Supreme Court threw out a 2010 ethics law.' That law was tossed out because of the way legislators approved the law. Nixon will outline the element he wants to see in a new law during a news conference today.