Politics
4:15 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Law upheld for St. Louis firefighters to live outside city limits

The Camerons

The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld a state law aimed at allowing veteran St. Louis firefighters to live outside the city limits.

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Food
3:57 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Turkey Tips From Alton Brown: Don't Baste Or Stuff

A cooked turkey.
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Originally published on Wed November 14, 2012 1:02 pm

It's Thanksgiving planning time and Alton Brown, host of Food Network's Next Iron Chef, wants to prevent you from making a dry, forgettable turkey.

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The Two-Way
3:57 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

France Recognizes New Syrian Rebel Coalition

Syrian rebels take position during clashes with regime forces in Al-Amariya district of the northern city of Aleppo on Tuesday.
AFP/Getty Images

Originally published on Tue November 13, 2012 4:04 pm

France recognized the newly formed collection of rebel groups in Syria as the country's legitimate government today.

The New York Times reports that France is first European country to take that step and perhaps more importantly, France also left open the possibility of arming the rebels.

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It's All Politics
3:57 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Some Early Returns From First Post-Citizens United Election

Originally published on Tue November 13, 2012 4:15 pm

Political observers are still working through the rubble of the unprecedented $6 billion presidential campaign, but we're getting a steady stream of reaction and analysis.

The liberal advocacy groups U.S. PIRG and Demos have one of the most striking numerical comparisons: 1.4 million to 61.

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Author Interviews
3:55 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

'Antidote' Prescribes A 'Negative Path To Happiness'

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Originally published on Tue November 13, 2012 4:20 pm

We're heading toward that time of year when self-help industry publishers rub their hands together in anticipation. The holiday season and the inevitable New Year's resolutions that follow tend to turn our minds toward happiness — getting it, keeping it and maintaining it. But journalist Oliver Burkeman says whatever your plan, you are most likely doing it wrong.

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AM Newscasts
3:17 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Newscast for November 13, 2012

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Columbia School Board nixes plan to outsource custodial work
  • Museum of Art and Archaeology focuses on Cuban books
  • One Mizzou Week kicks off with diversity rally
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Business
3:17 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Missouri unemployment rate remains below national average

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Missouri’s unemployment rate held steady at 6.9 percent in October, according to new data from the Missouri Department of Economic Development. That’s one full point below the national average of 7.9 percent.

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The Salt
3:11 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Storm-Battered Food Banks Struggle To Help The Hungry

After Superstorm Sandy, the Food Bank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties in Neptune, N.J., is filled with water bottles, canned food and other goods. But these supplies are going out almost as fast as they come in.
Amy Walters NPR

Originally published on Tue November 13, 2012 4:20 pm

Food banks in New York and New Jersey were already hard-pressed to meet the demands of families struggling with a bad economy. Add to that a natural disaster and the upcoming holidays, and they're looking at a whole new set of challenges.

Preparation did help some organizations. Five days before Superstorm Sandy hit the Jersey Shore, the Food Bank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties got its new generator up and running. Thank goodness for that, says Executive Director Carlos Rodriguez.

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Education
3:05 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

UM Press receives anonymous $10K donation

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The University Press Week, hosted by the Association of American University Presses, started out with a bang on Monday when an anonymous donator gave the University of Missouri Press a 10-thousand dollar donation.

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Arts and Culture
3:02 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

One Mizzou Week kicks off with diversity rally

When the original administration building of the university burned in 1892 the columns were left standing. They stand today on Francis Quadrangle and are an iconic image of the university's Columbia campus.
Jay Buffington Wikimedia Commons

“One Mizzou Week” kicked off with a diversity rally Monday night.

One Mizzou is hosting a series of events throughout the week, including last night's keynote speaker, author Maya Angelou. The week’s events are meant to challenge MU students to recognize and incorporate diverse voices into every aspect of campus life. Senior Coordinator of the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center Nathan Stephens said he wants the campus to become a better community by students getting to know more people.

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