KBIA Newscast

Several times a day, during Morning Edition and All Things Considered

A short, local newscast from the KBIA newsroom in Columbia, Missouri

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Coverage from Michael Brown's funeral
  • A manufacturing plant in Mexico begins a $17 million dollar expansion
  • University of Missouri, Columbia reports record enrollment numbers as fall classes begin

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Gov. Jay Nixon urges school administrators to lobby legislators to uphold his tax break vetoes. 
  • Maynard Wallace's appointment to the state Board of Education could be in jeopardy.
  • Veterans could be getting a cut of lottery proceeds if ballot measure passes.

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • A City Council Committee in Kansas City endorsed a measure prohibiting people from openly carrying firearms.
  • Gov. Nixon ordered a review of the Missouri Lottery after a decline in education funding.
  • Missouri has set the date for another execution amid lethal injection concerns.

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Opposition to funding by the Columbia City Council to improve the sewer system downtown.
  • Acting secretary Sloan Gibson claims the Department of Veterans Affairs is making progress.
  • Gov. Jay Nixon traveled to Iowa to look at the latest methods of ethanol production.

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Kansas City deciding what to do with Kemper Arena.
  • The St. Louis county executive campaign gets heated.
  • Columbia Access Television will not be included in the 2015 fiscal budget.

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Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Chris Koster is asking an appeals court to overturn a stay of execution.
  • The University of Missouri School of Medicine has appointed a new dean.
  • VA delays have led to crisis center in St. Louis.

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • An update on the cleanup from Mondays storm.
  • Determining the damage of Mississippi River flooding.
  • Gov. Jay Nixon leading a panel at the National Governors Association conference.

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • An update on the power outages across Mid-Missouri after last nights severe storms.
  • Gov. Jay Nixon is leaning towards opposing the right to farm amendment to the Missouri Constitution.
  • MU set a single-year fundraising record.

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Boone County continues to spend money in defending itself from the Ryan Ferguson lawsuit.
  • Columbia Regional Airport hopes a grant will help build a new terminal.
  • A Boonville man is using July 4th to give back to his community. 

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation that would expand the abortion waiting period to 72 hours.
  • Missouri University S&T facing Title IX inquiries. 
  • Missouri ended fiscal year 2014 with a decline in revenue.

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • An update on the economic "border war" regarding business in Kansas City
  • Gov. Nixon signing legislation that he says will improve breast cancer detection.
  • Columbia's compressed natural gas station hopes to be completed by the end of July.

 

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Gov. Jay Nixon signed eight new bills into law.
  • MU Children's Hospital added a new playground.
  • Former home of MU system president to become hosting ground for events.

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • A new teaching and learning center is in the works for MU.
  • Gov. Jay Nixon cuts over a billion dollars out of next year's state budget.
  • Nixon vetoed school transfer legislation.

  Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • The University of Missouri Board of Curators made many decisions this week.
  • Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation reaffirming Missouri's ban on protesting funerals.
  • A new law regulates the use of EBT cards by food stamp recipients.  

Regional coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Stay of execution upheld by three judge panel of the circuit court of appeals.
  • Gov. Nixon vetoed legislation that would shorten unemployment benefits.
  • State run board signs off on using tax credits to help renovate a museum at the Gateway Arch.

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • Transportation sales tax increase could widen I-70 to three lanes.
  • Ragtag Cinema in Columbia to show World Cup matches in theaters.
  • Thousands of Missouri citizens still waiting for state income tax refunds.

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom including:

  • Columbia public schools to consider adding a language immersion program.
  • No manipulation found for rise of propane prices this winter.
  • MU appoints a Title IX coordinator

News coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: 

  • A Missouri inmate scheduled to be put to death next week is asking the Missouri Supreme Court to halt the execution.
  • A Kansas City-bound Southwest Airlines jet backed into a stationary JetBlue Airways plane.
  • The Veterans Affairs Department says there are patients who sought appointments through the VA medical center in St. Louis that were never seen.
  • A Missouri lawmaker is calling on Gov. Jay Nixon to not cut dental benefits from next year's state budget.

News coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including:

  • Missouri to end fiscal year with less revenue than expected.
  • Gov. Nixon opposes sales tax increase to fund infrastructure improvements.
  • Black Bears encroaching farther north in Missouri.

  News coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including:

    • Court overturns American flag desecration law.
    • Missouri police stopping blacks more than whites.
    • Missouri Department of Revenue to be audited.
    • New pavement helps solve drainage problem.

    News coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including:

    • Missouri's Attorney General suggests changes to the drug supplier for executions in the state.
    • Senator Roy Blunt discusses the VA Hospital fallout while at the Truman Va in Columbia.
    • Authorities are searching for a missing 17-year-old last seen in Perche Creek.
    • Gov. Jay Nixon continues his vocal criticism of tax cuts passed by the legislature.

    News coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including:

    • Gov. Nixon is considering a bill that would change monitoring of unlicensed child care centers
    • St. Louis area leaders are trying to shut down local competition for business
    • Columbia uses eminent domain for airport project

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