World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day marks 30 years

Dec 7, 2011
Jacob Fenston / KBIA

This year marks a grim birthday: it was thirty years ago that the first AIDS victims were officially diagnosed. Though the rate of new HIV infections in the US has stabilized in recent years, the percentage of those in rural areas has been on the rise. In this weekly Health & Wealth update, World AIDS Day.

For 24 years December first has marked a day to remember those with HIV and honor those who battle the virus. World AIDS day is being recognized around the globe today- and also around Columbia.

Newscast for December 1, 2011

Dec 1, 2011

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri adds "virtual grocery store" to its website.
  • Columbia remembers HIV victims with World AIDS Day
  • True/False Film Festival Receives $20,000 Grant from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
  • First day for pre-filing legislative session bills in Missouri