Maureen Lewis-Stump

Student Newscaster

Maureen is a junior at the University of Missouri studying broadcast journalism. She is from St. Louis, MO and hopes to become a radio or television producer after graduating.

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  On this week's Under the Microscope, scientists have noticed a change in the atmosphere.

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After Governor Jay Nixon's State of the State address Wednesday, we spoke with Missouri legislators from the Capitol rotunda to discuss details of the address.

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  On this week's Under the Microscope, farmed fish may soon have a certified organic alternative. 

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  Hemp is grown throughout the world for its oil and fiber, which show up in everything from beauty products to rope.

Outer space
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  What if we could design a camera that could take a hundred billion pictures a second ― enough to record the fastest phenomena in the universe.

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On this week's Under the Microscope, pesticides are causing a problem for bees. 

Jefferson City Public Schools

The Jefferson City Public School District announced today it has found a new superintendent after a three month search. 

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On this week's Intersection, we are talking with Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin of the University of Missouri about the past year, and what his goals are for the future. 

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  On this week's Under the Microscope, traffic jams caused by a large harvest. 

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  On this week's Under the Microscope, limiting carbon dioxide pollution and growing the local food movement. 


Obesity is the number one public health issue in Missouri – it affects more than 30% of adults and nearly one in seven children between the ages of ten and seventeen.

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  On this week's Under the Microscope, we're looking at the dangerous job of crop dusting pilots.

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  On this week's Under the Microscope, how watching a movie affects your brain and seeds that have been passed down through generations. 

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On this week's Under the Microscope, water quality in Missouri does not meet federal regulations, a lawsuit over eggs between Missouri and California, and plant seeds kept in a mountain in case of a catastrophic event. 

University of Missouri Health Care

On this week's Under the Microscope, we look at a UV light emitting, germ-killing robot and the art of wool-making. 

University of Missouri Health Care

  When cleaning your house do you ever wish a robot was there to do it for you? Well, the University of Missouri health care system has that luxury. 

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Outer space
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On this week's Under the Microscope, we take a look at the junk we have left in space and a record-breaking harvest of corn and soybeans. 

drought farm field soybeans
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On this week's Under the Microscope, we are looking at The Farm Bill, a lawsuit regarding restrictions on cages for egg-laying hens, and labels on genetically modified foods. 

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MU's School of Veterinary Medicine is in the research phase with bacteria and molecules that could change the treatment of cancer. 

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