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October 2009 Stories
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon appointed David Kerr as the state's new Director of Economic Development Thursday.
Radio Story - Missouri Republican party reacts to Nixon's appointment of Kansan David Kerr as the new Economic Development Director
Radio Story - Members of health care organizations are hesitant to predict how budget cuts will effect them
Radio Story - Bi-partisan criticism of Nixon's budget cuts say the witholdings are not deep enough.
Newspaper Story - The Corrections Department announced an all-time high of prisoners incarcerated in Missouri in September, but it says it can handle the number.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon announced $204 million in new budget cuts which will eliminate almost 700 jobs.
Newspaper Story - Health services would suffer some of the biggest cuts under the governor's new spending plan.
Radio Story - Mid-Missouri berry farmers don't mind the rain.
Radio Story - The first two weeks of flu season show rapid increases than previous years.
Newspaper Story - H1N1 vaccines
Newspaper Story - Energy industry officials express fear about proposed cap-and-trade legislation
News summary for the week of October 19, 2009
Radio Story - Robin Carnahan spoke to Mizzou students last night about civil unions
Newspaper Story - From St. Louis to Kansas City, Missouri cities differ on use of red light cameras
Radio Story - The heavy rainfall this year was hard on the pumpkins in Missouri.
Radio Story - Former superintendents around Missouri and a mother spoke both against and for open enrollment.
Newspaper Story - The Joint Committee on Education heard public testimony Tuesday about open enrollment.
Newspaper Story - Landfill gas-turned-electricity will help heat homes in Columbia.
Radio Story - President Obama is telling federal prosecutors not to press criminal charges against medical marijuana users in states that OK the practice.
Radio Story - At an event to celebrate a renewable energy project near Jefferson City on Monday, Gov. Nixon did little talking about renewable energy.
News summary for the week of October 12, 2009
Newspaper Story - Mark Templeton will be reinstated as DNR director next week, Gov. Jay Nixon announced Friday.
Radio Story - Governor Nixon is taking responsibility for miscommunication between his office and the
Radio Story - Gov. Nixon blames a former DNR deputy director for withholding vital E. coli infomation
Radio Story - State representataives have started discussing the possibility of a new committee that would provide oversight over a controversial government agency.
Newspaper Story - City efforts to stop meth production face attacks from the ACLU
Radio Story - Senator Brad Lager, leader of the investigation of E. coli at the Lake of the Ozarks, said he is sure there is a coverup underway.
Newspaper Story - A DNR spokesman said the department's investigation into false E. coli information will conclude Friday
Newspaper Story - The federal electronic medical records proposal faces skepticism in Missouri
Radio Story - The cool temperatures are making the leaves turn color earlier this year.
Newspaper Story - Missouri charter schools may not be living up to the hype
Radio Story - After making national headlines, bill sponsor trying to seal the deal
News summary for the week of October 5, 2009
Newspaper Story - Many Missourians who saved money on their electric bill due to the mild summer could end up paying more in the future if the state's biggest electric utility gets its way.
Radio Story - Missouri currently reviewing the Federal governments suggestions on how to standardize state and local immigration enforcement.
Radio Story - Amaren UE experienced losses of revenue this summer due to mild temperatures, so they're requesting a rate increase to recoup losses
Radio Story - Missouri citizens have no reason to worry about the storage of fly ash.
Newspaper Story - As tax collections drop by 10 percent compared to last year, administration officials expect more budget cuts
Newspaper Story - As the H1N1 flu vaccine becomes available in Missouri, it will be distributed through local health departments and health care providers.
Radio Story - Missouri will get nearly 20,000 doses of swine flu vaccine this week, but the state Health Department is telling local governments to figure out distribution themselves.
News summary for the week of September 28, 2009
Radio Story - Lt. Governor Kinder's office says there is a possible cover up within the Department of Natural Resources.
Radio Story - The governor's office is refusing to comment on Missouri GOP's statement that three of Nixon's top staffers should be permanently dismissed for withholding information about E. Coli in the Lake of the Ozarks.
Radio Story - Some Health Departments in Missouri are not worried about a shortage in seasonal flu vaccines.
Radio Story - In response to ongoing controversy surrounding E. coli levels at the Lake of the Ozarks, officials say there was a cover up within the Department of Natural Resources
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