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PM Newscasts
4:25 pm
Mon November 7, 2011

Newscast for November 7, 2011

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

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AM Newscasts
10:22 am
Mon November 7, 2011

KBIA Newscast for November 7, 2011

Regional news from the KBIA newsroom.

Mizzou to SEC
9:27 pm
Sun November 6, 2011

MU Celebrates Move to SEC

SEC Commissioner Mike Slive, left, and Missouri Chancellor Brady Deaton celebrate the announcement of Missouri's entrance into the SEC, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011, at the Student Center at MU in Columbia, Mo.
Karen Mitchell

The University of Missouri has announced it will join the Southeast Conference next July.

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KBIA Sports Extra
8:59 pm
Sun November 6, 2011

KBIA Sports Extra Special Coverage of MU-SEC Announcement

A Mizzou helmet and an SEC helmet were on display at the announcement. Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011. Announcer Mike Kelly was unable to find the white helmet for the official presentation to Brady Deaton earlier in the press conference. Photo by KAREN MITCHELL
Karen Mitchell University of Missouri

Follow this link to KBIA Sports Extra's special online coverage of the University of Missouri's move to the Southeastern Conference.

Business
10:38 am
Sun November 6, 2011

University of Missouri Joins SEC

University of Missouri to join the Southeastern Conference beginning July 2012
SEC Sports

The Southeastern Conference has officially announced that Missouri will join the league effective July 1, 2012

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Business
5:05 pm
Fri November 4, 2011

Boonville Organizations Seeking City Money May Have Stricter Guidelines

Boonville City Council members work toward tightening up the way organizations receive city funding.

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Politics
4:51 pm
Fri November 4, 2011

Jefferson City Discusses Annexation Options

Arial view of Jefferson City, Mo.
Landsat

Jefferson City is one step closer to expanding its borders today.

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Politics
4:46 pm
Fri November 4, 2011

Man Files Suit Over Holding Cell Incident

The man pushed in a Columbia jail cell has filed a civil lawsuit against the city and three police officers.

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Off the Clock
1:01 pm
Fri November 4, 2011

All that jazz

A mural in the historic 18th and Vine jazz district in Kansas City, Mo.

As the saying goes, jazz was born in New Orleans, but it grew up in Kansas City. This week we’ll revisit Robert Altman’s “Kansas City.” And a new  musical audio postcard. 

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Health & Wealth Blog
10:12 am
Fri November 4, 2011

Political Points vs. Sound Policy?

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has long been a critic of health care reform.
governor.ks.gov

Republican lawmakers in red states are in a pickle. The Affordable Care Act requires each state to set up a health care exchange designed to bring down insurance costs for consumers. Republicans want no part of anything related to Obama's health care reform law, which they see as a federal intrusion on states rights. But if state lawmakers don't set up an exchange, the federal government will. In September, Republican senators in Missouri prevented the state from accepting $21 million of federal money to lay the groundwork for an exchange. Next door, the Sunflower State is in a similar quandary, reports Bryan Thompson of Kansas Public Radio.

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Politics
6:16 pm
Thu November 3, 2011

Natural Disasters Costing Missouri $15 Million

Natural disasters have cost the state of Missouri $15 million and the state budget director says that tab is still going up.

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Politics
6:13 pm
Thu November 3, 2011

GOP Legislator Plans Election-Related Bills

One of the Republican leaders in the Missouri House plans to file a package of election-related measures when next year’s regular session begins in January.

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Agriculture
6:07 pm
Thu November 3, 2011

Rangers Fighting Mark Twain Forest Fires

Three hundred more acres of Mark Twain National Forest in Salem have burned since last night, in a fire that has burned 5,000 acres since Tuesday afternoon.

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PM Newscasts
5:59 pm
Thu November 3, 2011

Newscast for November 3, 2011

Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom.

 

Global Journalist
5:27 pm
Thu November 3, 2011

Reporting on Pandemics and Contagious Diseases

Journalists discussed their experiences covering emerging infectious diseases.

The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization warned in August about “a possible major resurgence” of the bird flu because a mutant form of the virus was recently found in Vietnam and Cambodia. Other flu viruses, including strains of swine flu, are occasionally resurfacing in different parts of the world.

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