The numbers are headed in the wrong direction for an in-person start to the school year in many communities, and when buildings can reopen, it won't mean a return to pre-pandemic learning. Here's what the experts say to expect.
Host Steve Kraske brings you conversations about the most pressing issues affecting the Kansas City metro, each morning at 9 a.m.
Up To Date
Kansas City Councilwoman Says Colleague's Apology And Mayor's Response Over Racist Incident Falls ShortMelissa Robinson says Teresa Loar's public apology failed to acknowledge that her actions were racist.
By painting the stars of pro wrestling, Kansas City artist Rob Schamberger has become a bit of a celebrity himself.
Educators who opt to teach online won't be able to telecommute when buildings are open. That has teachers in high-risk categories concerned for their safety.
Carpenter will face Republican Lydia McEvoy, the Clay County collector, in the general election. They’re seeking to replace Gene Owen, who chose not to run for re-election.
Wins by conservatives over GOP moderates could mean more conflict between lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly.
Arts & Life