Seg. 1: A Kansas & Missouri Political Roundup. Seg. 2: Bobbleheads Celebrate Negro Leagues Founding.
Segment 1: An early look at Kansas City's mayoral race, and the performance of new governors in Kansas and Missouri.
There’s so much going on in the world of politics that we couldn’t resist any longer. Today, our political panel discussed the mayor's race in Kansas City, Missouri, which is beginning to heat up, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson's plans for infrastructure and workforce development, Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly's struggle with Republicans on tax cuts and school funding, and the soon-to-be-open U.S. Senate seat in Kansas.
- Melinda Henneberger, Kansas City Star editorial columnist
- Steven Dial, 41 Action News KSHB reporter
- Jo Mannies, St. Louis Public Radio political reporter
Segment 2, beginning at 25:45: A Kickstarter campaign to fund the effort raised more than $50,000.
Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Negro National League. To celebrate, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has partnered with Dreams Fulfilled, which helps promote the history of the Negro Leagues through original art. The organizations want to remember the legacy of some of the league's best players in bobblehead form. Today, we learned about a few of baseball's black civil rights pioneers, and where to get their limited-edition figurines.