Reporter – KBIA kbia-blue

I served as a reporter at KBIA, the NPR member station in Columbia, Missouri. I pitched mid-Missouri stories, conducted interviews, gathered audio, scripted and edited stories for the newscast.

Missouri Secretary of State Seeks to Strengthen Domestic Violence Program

SAFEHOME0427_CC_FlickrMissouri’s Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and state legislators are aiming to strengthen protection for participants in the state’s Safe at Home program. Several hundred victims of domestic violence and other crimes utilize the program, which allows them to use the Secretary of State’s office as their legal address. State Auditor Calls for Stricter Regulation on Transportation Development Districts

State Auditor Calls for Stricter Regulation on Transportation Development DistrictsThe Grove

State Auditor Nicole Galloway is calling for increased regulation for Missouri’s transportation development districts. An audit, released Monday, found a lack of transparency and self-dealing practices by the districts led to $1 billion dollars in tax payer debt.

Proposed Ordinance Aims to Separate Callaway County Residents and Livestock

SallyAngellCowsA proposed health ordinance aims to widen areas between residential areas in Callaway County and concentrated animal feeding operations, also known as CAFOs.

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