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Coming up the week of April 12, 2021:
- Monday: KCI Progress Update | Midwest River Report
- Tuesday: Sen. Roy Blunt | Remembering Missouri Lynching Victims
- Wednesday: Vaccine Passports | Walton Teaching Fellows
- Thursday: Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas | Greek Life Reform
- Friday: Youth Sports & Concussions
Missouri's lawmakers are debating banning vaccine passports and first-year educators discuss their experience teaching in the COVID-era.
Missouri's senior senator on the work ahead in his final months in Congress and two memorials to Levi Harrington who was killed by a Kansas City mob in 1882.
A criminal law expert offers perspectives on the prosecution and defense strategies in Derek Chauvin's trial, the allegations from restaurant and bar workers about mistreatment by management, and what people are willing to pay for a prized pair of athletic shoes.