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A winter rainstorm has again washed out a section of California's coastal Highway 1. The stunningly beautiful drive has a history of closures that affect both residents and tourists.Par NPR
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Mayor Svante Myrick of Ithaca, N.Y., about how and why he wants to replace the city's police department with a civilian-led agency.Par NPR
The hustle of running late to class, the passion students have for a course, and the persistence of earning a degree—it’s all been moved online.Par Catrina Petersen
The beloved uncle was a big fan of the Spanish singer.Par NPR
From potential long-term rate hikes to repairs of broken pipes, Texans could be paying for years after the state's devastating blackouts.Par NPR
This interview was originally broadcast in September, 2019 . On the home front, Russia is a nation in turmoil. A flagging economy, shrinking population, with some rural areas that still don’t have running water. Yet Russia has emerged from the ashes of post-Soviet Communism as an international broker of mediation and disruption, lead by President V…
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: St. Louis Prosecutor Seeks To Take Back McCloskey Case MU Plans For In-Person Graduations For May, August And 2020 Graduates Parson Grants 15 Pardons, Two Commutations Missouri Senate Passes Bill Against Road-Blocking ProtestorsPar Jack Kosowski
Kleinheider believed education was the "bridge" to opportunity and a better life.Par NPR
It's been almost a decade since Washington and Colorado became the first states in America to legalize recreational marijuana. Now a new generation of states are wrestling with how to do it with a focus on racial equity that was missing from early legalization efforts. WBEZ reporter Mariah Woelfel reports from Chicago on why legalization plans in I…
President Biden hasn't reinstated family separation policies, but his choice to keep migrant children in a shelter facility has drawn criticism from activists. And the Conservative Political Action Conference has evolved in five short years into a Trump-centric affair. This episode: White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, White House correspondent Fran…
Not surprisingly, the coronavirus pandemic did not help efforts to tackle the opioid epidemic in Hamilton County in 2020. The Hamilton County Addiction Response Coalition (HC ARC), formerly known as the Hamilton County Heroin Coalition, issued its 2020 annual report Friday.Par Tana Weingartner
The Food and Drug Administration's vaccine advisory committee meets today to consider the emergency use authorization application from Johnson and Johnson for its COVID-19 vaccine.Par NPR
The U.S. launched an air attack in Syria Thursday. Pentagon officials say they targeted facilities used by Iranian-backed militias responsible for a deadly rocket attack on a U.S. base in Iraq.Par NPR
On this week's Explainer: Two different locals of the second-largest union in the U.S. are putting their weight behind two different Pittsburgh mayoral candidates. Government and accountability editor Chris Potter looks into why the Service Employees International Union 32BJ backed Mayor Bill Peduto, while SEIU Healthcare PA is supporting his prima…
Smartphone users who opted in to a test of the West Coast earthquake early warning system got an early taste on Thursday of what is to come. Mobile phones from Seattle to Olympia blared with an alarm for imaginary incoming shaking. The earthquake warning system -- already operational in California -- will launch for the general public in Oregon on …
The Senate parliamentarian informed lawmakers that a plan to gradually increase the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2025 does not fit the complicated rules that govern budget bills in the Senate.Par NPR