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House Bill 130 gives Uber and Lyft a green light

House Bill 130 gives Uber and Lyft a green light

Posted 7:09 PM 4/22/2017 by Emily Hannemann, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

JEFFERSON CITY — With House Bill 130 set to become law, Gov. Eric Greitens will smooth potholes to expansion for transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft.

According to a press release, (More)

Today

Party for a Purpose prompts conversation on mental health issues

Party for a Purpose prompts conversation on mental health issues

Posted 10:37 PM 4/22/2017 by Monica Harkins, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA — Party For A Purpose mixed the socialization of a party with conversation on mental health and suicide prevention.

The event, held Saturday, aimed to benefit Project Wake Up, a group seeking to (More)

4/21/2017

Book festival comes to Columbia for its second year

Book festival comes to Columbia for its second year

Posted 7:04 PM 4/22/2017 by Melissa Zygowicz, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA — Hundreds of people gathered in Jesse Auditorium Friday to listen to authors speak at the second annual Unbound Book Festival.

The festival this year is bringing in nearly 40 authors from around the country and abroad to discuss their work and how the publishing industry (More)

4/20/2017

EPA administrator talks rolling back regulations

EPA administrator talks rolling back regulations

Posted 5:49 PM 4/20/2017 by Madeline Odle, KOMU 8 Reporter

CLIFTON HILL - Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt joined coal plant workers in Randolph County Thursday to talk about rolling back environmental regulations.

Pruitt traveled to the Thomas Hill Energy Center, a coal-powered plant in Clifton Hill. His main (More)

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