Tag: World

Newsmaker–Lexington veteran, Joe Beretta recounts experience in Pacific

| October 16, 2016

The increasingly rare opportunity to speak with a World War II veteran presented itself in the form of Joe Beretta from Lexington.

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Missourians could see price increase of up to 20% on power bills if Clean Power Plan succeeds

| April 22, 2016

Twenty seven states opposing the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan have sued the EPA, including Missouri. They claim that the EPA exceeded its authority when issuing emissions rules for plants hoping to cut down carbon emissions. Jeff Holmstead talks with KMZU about the Clean Power Plan.

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China moves to free corn stocks

| March 30, 2016

The Chinese government is expected to release its stock pile of corn into the free market later this year.

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Passing through Missouri on a journey around the world

| October 18, 2015

Lewis has been an avid rider since her younger years in Whales, finding enjoyment and serenity in the peace of riding her pony.

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Sports – Tuesday September 30th

| September 30, 2014

High School Round-Up…Chiefs humble the Hoodie…Royals host A’s in opening MLB playoff game…Arrowhead Roars…SEC award for Mizzou DE.

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Sports – Monday Sept. 29th

| September 29, 2014

Royals ready for Wild Card…Cardinals clinch NL Central…Chiefs set for Patriots…Weis is gone…Gordan takes checker at Triple-A 400.

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Pearl Harbor Speaker in Wellington

| September 13, 2014

The woman was just a child living on Ford Island when Pearl Harbor was attacked.

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Sports – Thursday June 26th

| June 26, 2014

Royals blow it late…Cards rally over Rockies…MLB Wed. wrap…USA faces Germany in World Cup.

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Sports – Tuesday June 17th

| June 17, 2014

Royals near first place…Cards win again…MLB Mon. wrap…U.S.A. gets opening round win…MU and OSU will meet again.

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