Jennifer Erickson | KBIA

Jennifer Erickson

Registration is now open for Osher@Mizzou's eight-week fall semester! JACK WAX and JENNIFER ERICKSON highlight a few of the courses offered to the over-50 crowd who want to continue their education without having to take those pesky exams. Also, Heart of Missouri CASA executive director KELLY HILL and advocate LINCOLN SHEETS tells us why volunteering for the needs of abused and neglected children is a rewarding experience for both parties involved. (4:16) August 20, 2019

JACK WAX and JENNIFER ERICKSON invite everyone to "Engaging in Aging," Osher@Mizzou's free workshop and resource fair on August 25th in Columbia. Two and a half hours is all it'll take to add new meaning to your life! Also, TRACY EICHORN is looking for artists and sponsors to take part in Mid-Missouri Arts Alliance's first plein air painting event this October in Ashland. Participation is limited to the first 30 artists, so sign up today! (4:51) August 16, 2018

Columbia Access Television faces Potential Funding Cuts

Sep 14, 2015
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Columbia Access Television might soon lose all of its city funding.

CAT TV was planning to receive $50,000 for the 2016 fiscal year but Mayor Bob McDavid proposed a new amendment that will take one-time funding, which includes CAT TV’s funds, and add it to the police department’s budget for one year.

Today Paul Pepper visits with TRACY BOCKLAGE, RN, about MU Health Care's recent Baby-Friendly Hospital certification. Baby-Friendly USA, Inc. is an "international initiative" of the World Health Organization and UNICEF that aims to encourage breast feeding rates. At [4:50] Columbia Access Television's JENNIFER ERICKSON and JOEL HERRON invite local bands to participate in CATV's music video contest! The top four groups will perform on stage at the Rose Music Hall in September. August 5, 2015