Kansas City Homicides | COVID-19 & Summer Travel | Demand For Delivery
Segment 1, beginning at 4:37: More community involvement is needed to slow the recording-breaking pace of homicides, says Jackson County's top prosecutor.
Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker looked at past success in reducing gun violence in Kansas City, Missouri, and why genuine community collaboration is vital to reducing the homicide rate.
- Jean Peters Baker, Jackson County prosecutor
Segment 2, beginning at 27:58: Despite the pandemic, many summer vacationers are ready to stray farther from home.
RV travel has spiked during the pandemic, but it's not as easy as it might seem. With the pandemic in mind, we heard smart tips for close-to-home getaways.
- Kathy Sudeikis, Acendas Travel agent
- Sage Scott, TravelAwaits.com writer
Segment 3, beginning at 46:26: Delivery services see an increase in demand
Some businesses adapted better than others for a pandemic-induced surge in delivery service, but will the added demand remain post-coronavirus?
- Matt Shatto, Shatto Home Delivery owner
- Christine Clutton, The Wild Way Coffee owner