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Kolbie Satterfield

 


Kolbie is a junior broadcast journalism major with a meteorology minor at the University of Missouri.

She chose to leave her small town of St. James, Missouri to get at degree in journalism from the world's top journalism institute.

In addition to working at the Capitol for Missouri Digital News, Kolbie has worked for KOMU-TV an NBC affiliate in Columbia, Mo. for the past three years as a reporter, anchor, and digital producer. 

When she is not studying or being a journalist she likes to spend her time cooking, reading, or hunting. 

Kolbie is expected to graduate in May 2016 and hopes to get a job as a reporter in a market on the east coast, so far she has a special interest in agriculture and political reporting.

Stories by Kolbie Satterfield in 2015 include:
Kolbie Satterfield's Tweets @MDNnews in 2015

  • 01/28/2015: House finalizes bill to help dairy farmers. http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 01/28/2015: House finalizes dairy revitalization bill http://bit.ly/15RiKs3
  • 02/02/2015: First bill to make changes to community-police relations after Ferguson met with no opposition http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/02/2015: The first bill regarding Ferguson was heard with no opposition http://bit.ly/1HPsZPw
  • 02/04/2015: Representative compares farmer subsidies to animal Medicaid in heated House debate http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/04/2015: A Representative compared a bill that would help dairy farmers to Medicaid during a House debate on Wed. Feb. 4 http://bit.ly/1Dzhy7X
  • 02/09/2015: A new civics bill would replace current required constitution tests http://bit.ly/1uxDO2u
  • 02/11/2015: Missouri is one step closer to being a Right to Work state http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/11/2015: Missouri soon could become a, right-to-work state. http://bit.ly/1B09n7n
  • 02/18/2015: Congresswoman Wagner testifies in favor of a sex trafficking bill http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/18/2015: Congresswoman Wagner visited the state Capitol to testify in favor of a sex trafficking bill http://bit.ly/17VyNXZ
  • 02/23/2015: Former television host speaks to lawmakers about making medical marijuana legal http://bit.ly/17QhF4I
  • 02/25/2015: Missouri Supreme Court urged to invalidate two constitutional amendments http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/25/2015: Missouri Supreme Court urged to invalidate two constitutional amendments http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/25/2015: BREAKING: Missouri Public Safety Director Daniel Isom is leaving the department. #moleg @kolbieReports
  • 02/25/2015: BREAKING: Missouri Public Safety Director Daniel Isom is leaving the department. #moleg @KolbieReports
  • 02/25/2015: Missouri Supreme Court is urged to invalidate two constitutional amendments http://bit.ly/1alM6Sr
  • 03/02/2015: Lawmakers close meeting on Capitol renovations for second consecutive week http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 03/02/2015: Lawmakers close meeting on Capitol renovations for second consecutive week http://bit.ly/1BPXqCu
  • 03/09/2015: Members of Nixon's team testify in House Committee about keeping Rams in St. Louis http://bit.ly/1Aa2wCl
  • 03/11/2015: The bill to release a man from life in prison is shifting authority away from committee control http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 03/11/2015: The bill to release a man from life in prison is shifting authority away from committee control http://bit.ly/1E76Rst
  • 03/16/2015: Legislation that would allow Missourians to learn more about their adopted parents brings opposition http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 03/18/2015: Legislation changing rules for welfare and food stamps passed in the House http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 03/19/2015: House passes it's version of welfare reform http://bit.ly/1MMD1zU
  • 03/30/2015: Following the death of Spence Jackson neither Missouri's new auditor or staff is commenting http://bit.ly/1CEa1ae
  • 03/30/2015: A republican dominated committee heard a bill dealing with major Ferguson related issues, but took no action http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 03/30/2015: House Committee hears Ferguson related bills http://bit.ly/1G9XeNW
  • 04/13/2015: Law enforcement officers could have tighter deadly force restrictions http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 04/13/2015: Law enforcement officers could have tighter deadly force restrictions http://bit.ly/1CCsXmh
  • 04/15/2015: Senate discusses health concerns over new fracking bill http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 04/20/2015: Senate perfects bill that would improve Missouri fracking http://bit.ly/1yKAH9E
  • 04/22/2015: Police footage could be kept private in the state of Missouri http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 04/22/2015: Police body camera footage to be made private, pending bill's passage http://bit.ly/1yTFTIF
  • 04/29/2015: Red light cameras in Missouri could be a thing of the past http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 04/29/2015: Missouri House voted for red light cameras to be a thing of the past http://bit.ly/1KuQhrm
  • 05/04/2015: House committee hears Ferguson-related deadly force bill http://bit.ly/1Ka0atU

Kolbie Satterfield's Blog in 2015
A recocurring pattern in comittee room 5

Posted 03/18/2015:  The House Security Infrastructure Committee has had several meetings regarding the security of the Capitol complex.

I have attended two of those meetings and will another similar today. The first two meetings the committee has went into closed session, forcing all of the media and public to leave the hearing.

The last meeting held was short a few committee members and therefore could not go into closed session. When there is not a quorum the meeting must remain public until it can then go into executive session. Once in executive session the meeting can then be closed.

During the first ten or so minutes the second meeting was public, Cathy Brown the Director of Capitol Facilities Management spoke about how some of the seventy-five million dollars of Capitol security funds would be used.

"The other $35 would be for the MoDOT building and moves those folks into other MoDOT space within the community. In addition to that would potentially build a tunnel to this building and MoDOT," Brown said.

After Brown finished this statement a quorum was reached and the press was asked to leave.

The Emerging Issues Committee is meeting today and hopefully some of the information discussed in the House Infrastructure Committee meeting during the private sessions will come to light.


Meeting a Congresswoman
Posted 02/23/2015:  Congresswoman Ann Wagner made a trip to Jefferson City last week to testify on behalf of a sex trafficking bill.

Wagner passed a similar bill through Congress and spoke on behalf of Missouri doing a similar one.

The bill would make it illegal to adverstise children for sex trafficking purposes.

For example websites where people can order children to a hotel room as easy as ordering pizza would be made illegal.

Following her testimony herself and Elijah Haahr who is sponsoring the bill held a media conference for question and answers.

There was no voting on the bill.


First few weeks in the Capitol
Posted 02/09/2015: 

The first few weeks working for MDN have been a continuous learning process.

I came into the newsroom not really knowing what to expect with doing radio stories or being in the State Capitol, but it has been a fun adventure none the less.

One thing I quickly learned was that every floor of the Capitol is a continuous circle, therefore even when I get really lost I can always figure it out eventually.

I think I may have the jist down of what is required for each shift but there's always a few things I begin to understand more each day.

In the past few weeks here I have been primarily covering the Dairy Revitalization Act that goes along with the Farm Bill.

The dairy bill would make scholarships available to students wanting to pursue a career in agriculture as well as provide money for dairy farmers.

The farm bill will be discussed even further this week so I look forward to continuing that coverage.


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