KXCV-KRNW Top Regional Stories
New Northwest Women's Head Basketball Coach Introduced
The seventh head coach of the Northwest Missouri State women's basketball program, Michael Smith, was introduced during a media conference held on the Northwest campus Monday afternoon. The media conference was aired live on kxcv.org. Click on the link/player below to listen to the event.
Protect Public Broadcasting
In the first Presidential debate, Governor Rommey called for the elimination of federal funding for public broadcasting. This comment has generated a negative response from the American public which strongly supports the federal investment in public broadcasting. At KXCV-KRNW we urge you to ask your friends and family to stand up for public broadcasting by joining the 170 Million Americans for public broadcasting campaign by going to www.170MillionAmericans.org. Together we can protect public broadcasting.
KXCV-KRNW Breaking Local News
May 16, 2013 | Allison/Coffey
The St. Joseph Symphony will close out their season a little differently this year.
Former Western President Dies
May 16, 2013 | Coffey
A former president of Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph died Tuesday.
Plans for Better Living
May 16, 2013 | Barnett
Physical disability is a tough challenge, and being able to have easy access into buildings is important.
May 16, 2013 | Coffey
As the school year is winding down the Maryville School district budget is in good shape.
Wind Turbine Study
May 16, 2013 | AP
Engineers at Iowa State University are working on a way to make wind turbine towers taller by building them from concrete instead of the steel currently used.
NPR Breaking News
Bison Released Into Dunn Ranch
Nearly 40 American Bison are now roaming Dunn Ranch Prairie north of Bethany Missouri. The herd is genetically pure and will play a critical part in preserving the untilled ranch's 4,183 acres of tall grass prairie. Click below to experience their introduction and release into north Missouri.
Series Encore Presentation
Hunger in the Heartland:
The Silent Crisis
Our news series Hunger in the Heartland - The Silent Crisis identifies the problem of hunger right here at home. This four-part feature is up for best news series category: the Missouri Broadcast Statewide award for radio.
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