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Coming up the week of October 4, 2021:
- Monday: KC Media Collective on Housing | Smart Money Experts: Rent or Buy a House?
- Tuesday: Topeka Paying Remote Workers to Move to City | How White Parents Can Talk to Children About Race
- Wednesday: TBD | James Hoy: "My Flint Hills"
- Thursday: TBD | TBD
- Friday: HBCU Student Debt | Willa's Book & Vinyl
As several local high schools deal with incidents of hateful acts, family psychologist Wes Crenshaw says the current political and social climate may lead them to act in that way.
The battle for the expansion of Medicaid in Missouri ended in August as the application process opened making 275,000 additional state residents eligible for health coverage.
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.