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What Should KCUR Cover In 2015? Why?

It's here, another year. 2015. 

Last year was a big one for KCUR. Our newsroom grew and grew; we launched a big project called Beyond Our Borders, a health collaborative called Heartland Health Monitor and a new talk show with a new host.

As a city, we found ourselves in the national spotlight after a gunman took three lives outside a Johnson County Jewish Community Center, and then months later when our team made it to the World Series after 29 years without a postseason appearance.

In 2015 we will be there when big news breaks, but we also want to be there for the smaller things. The things that matter in your neighborhood, on your block, to your family.

Tell KCUR: What should we cover in 2015? Why?

What matters to you, your community and to Kansas City? And, why is it important to the larger region or even the nation?

Tweet your answers with the #TellKCUR hashtag  or go to our Facebook page and leave your answer in a comment. You also can leave us a message at 816-235-2881.

We’ll share your stories Thursday online and on the air during KCUR’s daily talk show Central Standard, which starts at 10 a.m. Find the live stream here

Tell KCUR is part of an initiative to engage the community and shine a light on your experiences and opinions. We’ll ask a new question every week and then share your feedback on the air and online. Everyone has knowledge and insight to share. Be a part of our Tell KC source network and let us know more about your expertise.

A California native, Briana comes to KCUR by way of KMUW in Wichita, Kan. and KUSP in Santa Cruz, Calif.
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