THIS WEEK: Friday, April 29th 2011 @ 7:30 pm
(Rebroadcast Sunday @ 11:00 am)
UNION STATION SAYS NO TO OPRAH: Why Union Station this weeks puts your interests above fame and celebrity.
CHANGING OF THE GUARD: Out with the old and in with the new! You may have voted more than a month ago, but it becomes official on Sunday. Mark Funkhouser gives up his title as Mayor and Sly James takes over his new job.
CONVENTION HOTEL: After months on the backburner, building a new 1,000 room convention hotel downtown is front page news. It’s a new plan and there’s a new mayor. Is this a project that’s about to become a reality?
THE PLAZA REFERENDUM: Outraged that the KCMO City Council votes to OK the controversial Plaza office tower plan, opponents start a petition drive in hopes of nixing the project at the ballot box.
SHAKESPEARE FEST: After 18 years, is it the end of the line for the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival?
TERM LIMITS: Missouri lawmakers overturned your vote on Proposition B, the so called puppy mill law. Why are they now wanting to overturn your vote on term limits?
Lynn Horsley, Kansas City Star
DeAnn Smith, Freelance Reporter
Chris Hernandez, NBC Action News
Dave Helling, Kansas City Star