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3:43 pm
Mon February 27, 2012

Washington University plans Loop project

Washington University in Saint Louis
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The already booming University City Loop is about to get a big infusion of money — an $80 million project by nearby Washington University.

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Business
3:36 pm
Mon February 27, 2012

China Hub at Lambert appears doomed

Lambert Airport Main Terminal
Flickr MoDOT

One of the key players in the effort to bring a China Hub to Lambert Airport now says that St. Louis has probably missed the opportunity.

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Business
9:11 am
Mon February 27, 2012

Columbia Transit looks at bus route for cost-cutting measures

Prices for bus rides from apartment complexes to campuses in Columbia could rise under the city's proposed 2013 transportation budget.
Clyde Bentley flickr

Columbia Transit is looking to cut around $1 million from its budget in fiscal year 2013.

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Science, Health and Technology
9:04 am
Mon February 27, 2012

Medicaid out-of-pocket costs rise under proposed state program

Changes in the state Medicaid program could affect as many as 24,000 Missourians.
File KBIA

Some low-income seniors and people with disabilities in Missouri could have to pay more out of pocket to qualify for Medicaid coverage under changes being initiated in the state program.

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Politics
8:59 am
Mon February 27, 2012

Redistricting affects current Mo. senators

Redistricting of state Senate seats eliminates the posts of current senators.
Ryan Famuliner KBIA

A bipartisan redistricting commission reached an agreement over Missouri's 34 state Senate districts.

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Politics
5:43 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Sen. Stouffer weighs in on new state senate map

State of Missouri

The State Redistricting Commission created new boundaries for Missouri’s 34 Senate districts when it voted to approve a map preliminarily Thursday. 

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Arts and Culture
4:57 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Audio documentary at True/False: A Q&A with Third Coast Artistic Director, Julie Shapiro

A T/F robot walks the March March parade at 2011's True/False Film Festival
vagabond by nature Flickr

One of the stranger events at T/F this year isn’t even a film. The Third Coast International Audio Festival is bringing seven audio documentaries to Columbia and “screening” them in a darkened theater. It’s called the Third Coast Breakfast Club and it’s playing Saturday at 10am in little Ragtag.

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Arts and Culture
4:55 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Q&A with Undefeated director Dan Lindsay, Pt. 1

Picture courtesy The Weinstein Company

MU grad Dan Lindsay’s Oscar nominated film, “Undefeated,” chronicles the players and coaches of an underdog high school football team in North Memphis. The documentary will open and close the True/False Film Fest next weekend. Lindsay spoke with KBIA’s Nick Gass about making the film and the chance encounter that propelled him into directing.

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Education
4:51 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Columbia's Battle honored in documentary

MU Cooperative Media Group

MU Extension will premiere a documentary about the life of Eliot Battle, a long time educator and counselor for Columbia Public Schools.

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Education
4:43 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Fulton superintendent touts minimal budget cuts for 2012-2013

Jacque Cowherd (middle)
KOMUnews Flickr

The Fulton Public Schools Superintendent says there won’t be extensive cuts to the district’s budget for the 2012-2013 academic year. 

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Agriculture
4:23 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Missouri still dealing with last year's drought

Kecko Flickr

In 2011, Missouri experienced its worst drought season since the 1950s, causing a shortage of grains and lowering the quality of feed for livestock.

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Business
4:18 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Protests for a tiger town in downtown Columbia

KOMUnews Flickr

The Columbia Improvement district plans to introduce a Tiger Town tailgate zone in downtown Columbia.

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Off the Clock
4:00 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

True/False Preview

Renee May Flickr

As Columbia gears up for the True/False Film Fest, this week we're giving you a preview of a few of the best things happening at this year's fest.

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Education
8:53 am
Fri February 24, 2012

Stephens College reorganizes academic departments

Sergio Goncalves flikr

Stephens College is reorganizing, in a move that won’t cost more money, but will shuffle departments and faculty.

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Business
8:29 am
Fri February 24, 2012

No more Cool Stuff downtown

Need an African drum or hanging lampshade? It might be on sale, as Cool Stuff in downtown Columbia prepares to close.
Dale Muckerman flikr

The kitschy and iconic downtown Columbia store Cool Stuff is closing its doors after 23 years in business. Owner Arnie Fagan, an MU alum, opened the store in 1988 as a tie-dye shop.

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