Have you heard our Sonic IDs on KBIA? They are short audio portraits of life in and around mid Missouri in the form of stories, anecdotes and sounds of the community.
Columbia officials are working on changes to local rules governing tents after a collapse in St. Louis last month killed one person and hurt 100 more.
If the governor signs the bill into law, alcohol sales would begin two hours earlier - at 4 a.m. - at St. Louis-Lambert International Airport.
A year after the deadliest tornado in decades hit southwest Missouri, the images remain indelible.
No need for a mid-month slump here. Spend some time at Ragtag or Shakespeare’s. Or head to the trail. That’s what my whole summer is going to look like and so is your weekend. See below:
Gizmos n' Gadgets (Mon-Fri, 10 a.m.)
This week we head to a Kansas City music laboratory where we find an atypical partnership and stay tuned till the end of the show where we bring you a Sonic ID right off Broadway in Columbia.
Advocacy groups call it the silencing crime: sexual violence against journalists.
Missouri lawmakers have voted to continue a fee for collecting DNA samples from criminals.
Missouri House Speaker Steven Tilley is accusing fellow Republican Dave Spence of hypocrisy for his habit of doling out sports tickets to lawmakers in his bid to become governor.
A Columbia business owner has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for sending money to Iraq for more than a decade.