Asst. basketball coach Ernie Nestor resigns

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After only one season, coach Ernie Nestor is resigning as assistant coach of the MU men's basketball team. Sources told the Columbia Daily Tribune that head coach Frank Haith wanted Nestor to move into a more administrative position, but that he preferred to stay on court. He's expected to take a position at the Naval Acadamy where he'll be allowed to do just that.
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Alva Noë

Alva Noë is a contributor to the NPR blog 13.7: Cosmos and Culture. He is writer and a philosopher who works on the nature of mind and human experience.

Noë received his PhD from Harvard in 1995 and is a professor of philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley, where he is also a member of the Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences and the Center for New Media. He previously was a Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He has been philosopher-in-residence with The Forsythe Company and has recently begun a performative-lecture collaboration with Deborah Hay. Noë is a 2012 recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship.

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A visibly-nervous Chuck Todd took over last Sunday morning as the moderator of NBC's flagship political program, "Meet the Press." With the show having previously experienced a drop in ratings many wonder if audiences are over Sunday morning talk shows -- or if Todd has the power to turn things around. Missouri School of Journalism professors Earnest Perry, Mike McKean and Amy Simons discuss the issue.

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Can there be too much of a good thing?

When money is concerned probably not, but corn on the other hand is certainly a yes.

Lauren Langille

Lauren is in the graduate program at the University of Missouri in Broadcast Journalism. In addition to reporting for KBIA, she anchors for KOMU-TV and the Missouri Business Alert. Lauren graduated from the University of Guelph (Ontario, Canada) with a Bachelor of Commerce with an emphasis in Economics and Finance.

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Missouri’s so-called right to farm amendment is expected to stand after preliminary recount results were posted on the Secretary of State’s website Friday. The controversial measure’s latest tally shows a slim change from the August primary results. 

Ameren Missouri to raise prices

Sep 12, 2014
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Electric customers of Ameren Missouri will see a small increase on their bills starting later this month.

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A respiratory illness is sending hundreds of kids to hospitals in ten states, including Missouri.  

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Local food is no longer just a novelty. Farmers markets are growing nationwide and farms that sell directly to consumers brought in $1.3 billion in 2012, up eight percent from just five years earlier.

Today Paul Pepper and ED HANSON, Talking Horse Productions, talk about "Paper Daddy," which was written for THP and takes place in Columbia. Opens tomorrow! At [4:32] CHARLES RILEY tells us all about this Sunday's bluegrass and BBQ festival, which benefits Fulton State Hospital! September 11, 2014

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