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Coming up the week of April 19, 2021:
- Monday: William Volker | Smart Money Experts
- Tuesday: Kansas Unemployment | Linda Hall Library
- Wednesday: Chauvin Verdict Reaction | Shankar Vedantam
- Thursday: KCPS Board Members | Composting 101
- Friday: Pandemic Impact on Artists | Film Critics
Kansas City community leaders react to the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin, and NPR host reveals 'the power and paradox of the self-deceiving brain.'
The Kansas legislature unanimously passes an unemployment reform bill, and the American Society of Civil Engineers gives U.S. infrastructure a C- grade.
How William Volker's money laid the foundation for American conservatism and a look at the pandemic's impacts on retirement plans.
The latest on the Derek Chauvin trial, the Kansas Senate passes a bill that could bring gun safety curriculum to K-12 students, and whether flag football is a safe alternative for staying active.