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Most st. louis shootings take place in forgotten neighborhoods. Meet the people trying to change that.
"It ain't going to get straightened out just by me."
missouri under the gun
The state is at the forefront of a national move to make it easier to buy, carry, conceal and shoot guns.
Is Missouri protecting its citizens or killing them?
Vox | April 27, 2017
RETIRED DOCTOR HOLDS ONTO DWINDLING AFRICAN AMERICAN FARMING TRADITION
Black farmers operate less than 1% of all of Missouri’s farms, and the number of Blacks in agriculture nationwide has generally been on the decline since the 1920s. At 70 years old, Dr. Thomas Cooper is one of only 324 Black farmers in Missouri.
KBIA | August 14, 2017
fERAL HOGS CAN DAMAGE MISSOURI AGRICULTURE - AND THEY'RE NOT EASY TO CATCH
Ten hogs can destroy 20 to 30 acres overnight. What does that mean for farmers and rural landowners, and what's the state doing to help?
KBIA | June 16, 2017
REGULATION ON FOREIGN OWNERSHIP OF AGRICULTURAL LAND
A state-by-state breakdown
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting | June 22, 2017
Starting a new life 6,500 miles from home
After fleeing the Syrian civil war, Ahmad Alkadah and his family are making a new life in Columbia. Ahmad hopes to use his culinary skills to open a food truck; his mother wants to visit the Statue of Liberty.
Columbia Missourian | September 28, 2016
A WORKFORCE AT RISK
An interview with Sara Mojtehedzadeh of the Toronto Star
IRE RADIO PODCAST| CBC Radio | November 28, 2017
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