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Coming up the week of October 4, 2021:
- Monday: Hickman Mills School District Losing Food Supplier | KSHB's Kevin Holmes and the Gift of Sole
- Tuesday: Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker | Armour Flats Apartments Tenants Union
- Wednesday: Signing Up for Medicaid in Missouri | Racism and Hit Lists in Our High Schools
- Thursday: Senator Jack Danforth | "No Time To Die": Daniel Craig as 007
- Friday: Prairie Village Apartment Complex Ousting Tenants for Renovations and Higher Rents | Rock 'n' Roll photographer Mike Frankel
Board members will help prosecutor Jean Peters Baker better shape policy in Jackson County.
Tenants cry foul as announcement of renovation plans for midtown apartment complex has them scrambling to stay in their homes.
Hickman Mills is just one school district in the Kansas City metro area whose students may have to bring their lunches, if there's any food at home.
KSHB's "Gift of Sole" wants to put new sneakers on the feet of children whose families may not otherwise be able to afford them.
The tripling of attacks on staff by patients at Cox Medical Center is symbolic of what nurses around the state face.