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This year (2022) KBIA celebrates its 50th anniversary - the station first went on air in May 1972.To mark that milestone our reporting team reached out to alums across the country and in a wide range of media. We spoke with them about the work of journalism and their memories of KBIA.The 50 Project was made possible through the support of our sponsors, long-term KBIA listeners David Black and Lee Wilkins.
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The Commonwealth Fund's 2022 Scorecard on State Health System performance ranked Missouri as the worst state in the great plains region for COVID-19 response.
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