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Stephanie Hockridge

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Stephanie Hockridge is an undergraduate student at the University of Missouri, Columbia.

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Stephanie is working towards a degree in broadcast journalism . She is currently working in the Statehouse Bureau for Missouri Digital News, KMOX radio-St. Louis and NPR. She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Society of Professional Journalists and Golden Key. She also serves as a Chancellor's Leadership Ambassador and Honors College Ambassador for the University.

Stephanie is expected to graduate in May of 2005.


Stories by Stephanie Hockridge include:

2/ 4/2003: Radio Story - Representative Matt Bartle drafted a bill placing MoDOT under the direction of the governor.
  • 12/ 9/2003: Radio Story - A Republican-led legislature decided to block a rule by Gov. Bob Holden, which would allow workers to bargain over fair share.
  • 12/ 8/2003: Radio Story - Mental Health employees find themselves at the bottom of the totem poll when it comes to raises.
  • 12/ 8/2003: Radio Story - Mental Health employees find themselves at the bottom of the totem poll when it comes to raises.
  • 12/ 4/2003: Radio Story - Representative Matt Bartle drafted a bill placing MoDOT under the direction of the governor.
  • 12/ 4/2003: Radio Story - Representative Matt Bartle drafted a bill placing MoDOT under the direction of the governor.
  • 12/ 1/2003: Radio Story - Henry Hungerbeeler announced his resignation from his position
  • 11/13/2003: Radio Story - Missouri students score slightly above national average in reading and math
  • 11/11/2003: Radio Story - SSO's cause raw sewage to be dumped into rivers and waterways
  • 11/11/2003: Radio Story - SSO's cause raw sewage to be dumped into rivers and waterways
  • 11/11/2003: Radio Story - SSO's cause raw sewage to be dumped into rivers and waterways
  • 10/30/2003: Radio Story - Missouri has the third worst road conditions and this has ruined MoDOT's credibility
  • 10/30/2003: Radio Story - Candidates add to the public's diminished confidence in MoDOT
  • 10/21/2003: Radio Story - Missouri roads are among the worst in the nation and critics charge the problem lies with the misallocation of tax dollars.
  • 10/21/2003: Radio Story - Missouri roads are among the worst in the nation and critics charge the problem lies with the misallocation of tax dollars.
  • 10/10/2003: Radio Story - With the high cost of prescription drugs, some states are looking to Canada for cheaper prices. But, some in the health field voice concerns.
  • 10/10/2003: Radio Story - Some states are developing plans to help citizens save money on prescription drugs.
  • 10/10/2003: Radio Story - Some states are developing plans to help citizens save money on prescription drugs.
  • 10/10/2003: Radio Story - Some states are developing plans to help citizens save money on prescription drugs.
  • 10/ 2/2003: Radio Story - Senator Peter Kinder released a statement saying the governor twisted his views on education.
  • 10/ 2/2003: Radio Story - Senator Peter Kinder released a statement saying the governor twisted his views on education.
  • 9/30/2003: Radio Story - Amtrak unions say they plan to strike Friday if more funding is not pledged.
  • 9/30/2003: Radio Story - Amtrak unions say they plan to strike Friday if more funding is not pledged.
  • 9/30/2003: Radio Story - Amtrak unions say they plan to strike Friday if more funding is not pledged.
  • 9/25/2003: Radio Story - State auditors say that weigh stations with predictable hours promote truckers to break the law.
  • 9/25/2003: Radio Story - State auditors say that weigh stations with predictable hours promote truckers to break the law.
  • 9/25/2003: Radio Story - State auditors say that weigh stations with predictable hours promote truckers to break the law.
  • 9/23/2003: Radio Story - Missouri revenue collections have increased, but state legislators say that this is not enough to cover the budget.
  • 9/18/2003: Radio Story - The House and Senate have successfully legalized concealed weapons and Missouri firearm retailers are focused on what will happen next.
  • 9/ 9/2003: Radio Story - Legalizing concealed weapons is one of the most divisive issues that will be discussed at this Wednesday's veto session.
  • 9/ 9/2003: Radio Story - Republican lawmakers consider legalizing concealed weapons a top priority.