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What was with the ‘armed woman’ on the Mizzou campus?

Everyone is safe after reports of a suicidal woman walking through Mizzou’s campus with a gun. The school sent out an alert about an “active threat” late yesterday (wed) morning. Most buildings went on lockdown. Columbia Police say the woman walked through campus, and was taken into custody on nearby …

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Fighting the War on Terror here at home

How safe are you really? Jefferson City’s Fire Chief ought to know. Matt Schofield was one of the very first firefighters deployed to Ground Zero in New York after 9-11 … he says be calm ,, but vigilant. Schofield is taking part in a panel discussion about ‘protecting the Homeland’ …

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Dr. Link drops by KWOS Open Air

Earlier this week, Dr. Chris Link from Capital Region Medical Center Family Medicine’s Integrative Medicine program stopped by for his monthly visit. We talked about sugar and the links to cancer, healthy avocados, and other healthy eating do’s and don’ts. Here’s the interview:  

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How bad’s the state budget Tom?

Recently, the Missouri Budget Project’s Tom Kruckmeyer visited KWOS Open Air, and we talked about the current state of the Missouri Budget. He paints a picture of declining state revenues and diminishing state services. Here’s his interview:   

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Trio talks homeland security

  Jefferson City Fire Chief Matt Schofield, Cole County Sheriff John Wheeler and retired Highway Patrol Major Dale Schmidt joined us on KWOS Open Air to talk about an upcoming seminar on homeland security. Here’s the interview:  

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