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Rachel Schnelle

Reporter/Anchor

Rachel Schnelle is a senior at the Missouri School of Journalism. Her love for public radio started when she listened to her local NPR station on the way to school every morning. Public radio allowed her to receive national news in her small town. She is now studying Radio Convergence Reporting and is working with KBIA to produce, report and anchor.

  • As the nation watches the trials of Kyle Rittenhouse and Gregory and Travis McMichael this month – the summer of 2020 comes back to mind.
  • DC Smith is a retired resident living in Columbia. He’s held several jobs in his lifetime, one of them being in radio. He’s originally from the east coast but say something about Missouri keeps drawing him back. Smith talks about what he finds so alluring about Missouri in this episode of Missouri On Mic.
  • DC Smith is a retired resident living in Columbia. He’s held several jobs in his lifetime, one of them being in radio. He’s originally from the east coast but say something about Missouri keeps drawing him back. Smith talks about what he finds so alluring about Missouri in this episode of Missouri On Mic.
  • Mother Shiron Hagen and her daughter Elizabeth are both from around St. Louis, and while they grew up in the same area, both have different perspectives of what they love, and what they don’t, about the Show-Me State. They reflected on their mixed feelings in this episode of Missouri on Mic.
  • Mother Shiron Hagen and her daughter Elizabeth are both from around St. Louis, and while they grew up in the same area, both have different perspectives of what they love, and what they don’t, about the Show-Me State. They reflected on their mixed feelings in this episode of Missouri on Mic.
  • Amy Enderle is a professor at the University of Missouri and has lived in Missouri her entire life. She’s raised her children in Columbia, but she grew up 70 miles from the city. As a Missouri native, she says the state is more diverse and has more to offer than one might think. She spoke with KBIA about her experience living and raising children in the Show-Me State in this episode of Missouri on Mic.
  • Here's a roundup of regional headlines from the KBIA newsroom for the afternoon of July 16, 2021
  • Here's a roundup of regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom for the afternoon of July `14, 2021
  • While Missouri is known for many crops, lavender is not necessarily one of them — but one couple in mid-Missouri decided to give it a try.
  • Here's a roundup of headlines from the KBIA newsroom for the afternoon of June 9, 2021