Kansas City puts off a minimum wage vote. Hillary Clinton is being bashed for using a private email account during her time as the nation's secretary of state... now it's disclosed that Sam Brownback has been using a private email account during his entire time as Kansas Governor.
A scorecard on the recently completed Missouri legislative session which is now being remembered for scandal and tragedy:
One week after the resignation of House Speaker John Diehl over sexually charged texts with an intern, the Senate is investigating allegations of sexual harassment involving interns in the office of a Kansas City area senator.
Why Missouri lawmakers send to the governor's desk a bill expanding charter schools and why Kansas lawmakers vote to bring back Uber and backtrack on welfare limits.
Plus: why do Kansas lawmakers want to kill the Kansas Bioscience Authority? And going ape at the Kansas City Zoo with the opening of the new $6 million Orangutan Canopy exhibit.
This week's news reviewers:
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Join Nick Haines and a panel of local news reviewers for an in-depth look at the stories affecting our metro, Fridays at 7:30 pm & Sundays at 11 am.
Nick Haines discusses controversy over Brownback emails, MO legislative session & more.
Nick Haines discusses the KCPS Superintendent departure, right to work in MO & new hotel.
Nick Haines discusses vetoes in KS & MO and area marijuana stories making national news.
Nick Haines discusses expanding tax troubles for KC politicians, streetcar, Lyft and more.
Nick Haines discusses a variety of education issues with area school superintendents.
Nick Haines discusses Missouri Auditor, JCC shooting anniversary & minimum wage battle.
Nick Haines and legislators from Kansas and Missouri discuss issues impacting KC.
Nick Haines discusses the suicide of Spence Jackson, the KCMO SOTC & Tuesday's election.
Nick Haines discusses the KCMO Mayor's debate, Kemper Arena, Medicaid in Kansas and more.
Nick Haines discusses KS school funding, Hancock allegations and minority leadership.
Nick Haines discusses the aftermath of the Schweich suicide, more Ferguson unrest & more.
KCPT partners with The Village Square for a fact based conversation about immigration.