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Hosted by Nick Haines, Kansas City Week In Review offers an in-depth view on the top stories of the week with newsmakers and guest experts sharing their insight and perspective. Haines and local leaders in both politics and public life look beyond the soundbites and behind the headlines to discuss stories affecting our metro.Watch Kansas City Week In Review Fridays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 11 a.m. Be a part of the discussion. Weigh in at #KCWIR.
Rank #1: Kansas City Week in Review - June 29, 2018.
Nick Haines discusses Kander's run for mayor, Right to Life convention & KCPD/body cams.
Rank #2: Kansas City Week in Review - Apr 19, 2019.
Nick Haines discusses calls for UMKC Chancellor to resign, KC hotels and endorsements.
Kansas City is one of the most unique places in America. How did it get thatway? Why do two states divided by a simple street hate each other? Thispodcast will explore that and everything that has made our town unique toeveryone else in America.
Rank #1: Kansas City: 2 States,1 Story.
Rank #2: Kansas City: 2 States, 1 Story - Episode 2.
In episode 2, Bob takes a look at the debate with changing the name of The Paseo.
A news and politics podcast by the Kansas City Star's reporters, including in-depth commentary and analysis. It's a deeper look at news and issues in Kansas and Missouri.
Rank #1: A look at the Kansas governor race after Kobach's victory.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach will advance to face Democrat Laura Kelly and independent candidate Greg Orman in the general election for Kansas governor in November. Reporters Bryan Lowry and Hunter Woodall drop by to discuss what this means for the November election. Dave Helling and Leah Becerra co-host. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Outrage over 13-year-old's felony charge for finger gun; and what's up with KCK's T-Bones?.
A 13-year-old Johnson County eighth-grader who was arrested for pointing a finger gun at classmates was handcuffed, arrested and charged with a felony. Education reporter Mará Rose Williams is here to discuss the latest. And after threatening to evict the Kansas City T-Bones from the taxpayer-owned stadium, the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas followed through by padlocking the gates early Monday morning. Business reporter Kevin Hardy gives an update on what's next for the T-Bones. Dave Helling and Leah Becerra co-host.For further reading:Pointing a finger gun lands 13-year-old Johnson County student in handcuffsOverland Park 13-year-old who pointed finger gun might avoid original felony chargeWyandotte County padlocks T-Bones stadium, evicts team for months of unpaid rentKCK may spend $1M on stadium as part of lease with new Kansas City T-Bones owner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosts Alex Goering and Bobbi Howe talk with expert guests on relevant real estate issues and strategies.
Rank #1: Recharge Speaker Stefan Swanepoel on the State of the Real Estate Industry.
Bobbi and Alex are coming at you from Recharge Conference 2019! Bobbi sits down with Keynote Speaker Stefan Swanepoel for an exclusive interview where she asks Stefan about the state of the industry, diversity in leadership and more.
Rank #2: Christian Barnes on Excellence in Professionalism.
Vice Chair of NAR's C2EX Committee Christian Barnes joins Bobbi and Alex for a conversation on professionalism in the real estate industry. What needs to change?
Statehouse Blend is one-part profile and one-part insider look at the Missouri General Assembly.
Rank #1: An End to Gerrymandering? Missouri's 2018 Ballot Questions.
Midterm elections are just around the corner, but much of Missouri's ballot is covered with pot — and redistricting, ethics rules, a gas tax and a minimum wage increase. Ballot questions join the U.S. Senate race as the big-ticket items on November 6 in Missouri. Host Brian Ellison talks with KCUR's Samuel King , Clean Missouri campaign director Sean Soendker Nicholson and Kansas City Star reporter Allison Kite . Subscribe to Statehouse Blend Missouri: iTunes , Google Play , and on the NPRone app .
Rank #2: Will Sports Betting Be Missouri's Answer To Shrinking Revenue?.
Missouri's budget director announced this week that revenues are down 7 percent compared to last year. While that may change as more people file their taxes, lawmakers are looking for new ways to bring in money while faced with tax cuts they instituted on top of growing expenses for health care, infrastructure and education.
A weekly podcast for Kansas Citians by Kansas Citians, hosted by the Ritz brothers. Kevin & Danny cover all things Kansas City on both sides of State Line Rd.
Rank #1: Episode 37: Mayor Quinton Lucas.
Welcome in to State Your Line, voted the Best Local Podcast in Kansas City in The Pitch Magazine and 435 Magazine in 2019! This week the Ritz brothers sit down with the mayor of Kansas City, Quinton Lucas. Segments this week include: Chiefs update Whats good in the neighborhood Openings and Closings What'd we try this week People Like Us Mixed Plate of superstitions
Rank #2: Episode 30: Tamara Day of Bargain Mansions and Growing Days.
Welcome in to State Your Line, voted the Best Local Podcast in Kansas City in The Pitch Magazine and 435 Magazine in 2019! This week the Ritz brothers sit down with Tamara Day, star of Bargain Mansions on HGTV and owner of Growing Days . Segments this week include: Chiefs update Whats good in the neighborhood Openings and Closings What'd we try this week Personal Pine Tar Mixed Plate of things KC should be thankful for
Central Standard is an hour-long, live, call-in program. Central Standard brings you stories that surprise, intrigue and engage, with a strong focus on how these stories impact Kansas City and the region.
Rank #1: Seg. 1: Hair Discrimination | Seg. 2: Abandoned Kansas City.
Segment 1: Kansas lawmakers are debating a bill to end hair discrimination. The idea behind the CROWN Act is to ban employers and schools from expecting people of color to adopt "white hair norms" in the workplace and the classroom. Michele Watley , founder, Shirley's Kitchen Cabinet Jenee Osterheldt , culture writer for the Boston Globe and former columnist for the Kansas City Star Emily Brown Segment 2, beginning at 39:03: An urban explorer tells us what she loves about abandoned places in Kansas City. Snooping around abandoned buildings in the dark is a regular occurrence for one Kansas Citian, and she's got stories to share. Regina Daniel , urban explorer and photographer/writer, Abandoned Kansas City
Rank #2: Seg. 1: Opioids In Missouri | Seg. 2: A People's History.
Segment 1: How Missouri is dealing with opioids. After House Bill 188 died in the Senate last year, Missouri became the only state without a database to detect abuse. We're now starting to see some improvements, but it still remains a prevalant issue in the state. Susan Whitmore , president and CEO, First Call Brandon Costerison , project manager, MO-HOPE Liz Chiarello , associate professor of sociology at Saint Louis University and fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard Segment 2, beginning at 21:30: Season 1, Episode 1, A People's History of Kansas City . The first installment of a new podcast from KCUR exploring the everyday heroes, renegades and visionaries who shaped Kansas City. In this episode, we hear the story of Lyda Conley, who saved a Wyandot cemetary from destruction. Suzanne Hogan , host, A People's History of Kansas City
Up to Date focuses on pressing issues, both local and national, including politics, economics, planning and design, history and entertainment - topics that have an impact on the lives of the Greater Kansas City region.
Rank #1: Seg. 1: Presidential Speech Writing | Seg. 2: Ethics Professors: Revolution.
Segment 1: Weaving a memorable presidential speech is a difficult art. A good speech can do wonders for a those who deliver them, but behind many famous orations are the writers who craft them. From George Washington's innaugural address, written by James Madison, to Richard Nixon's efforts to formalize the speechwriter position, the efforts of these writers have literally served to narrate history. Craig Smith , former speechwriter for President Gerald Ford and author of " Confessions of a Presidential Speechwriter " Craig Smith will discuss the role of a presidential speechwriter at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the University of Kansas' Dole Institute of Politics, 2350 Petefish Drive, Lawrence, Kansas 66045. More information can be found at DoleInstitute.org . Segment 2, beginning at 28:00: Ethics professors on revolution and quarantine. What are the circumstances that make revolting against one's government the right thing to do? Are government-enforced quarantines justifiable? Did
Rank #2: Seg. 1: KC Fed's Esther George | Seg. 2: Love And Chocolate.
Segment 1: President of Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City optimistic for 2020 but keeping an eye out for what's ahead Playing the long game with the economy is a crucial part of Esther George's job as a Federal Reserve Bank president, but she knows she can't lose sight of how people make financial decisions in real-time. Plus, in an economy that seems to be doing well, George still has to do a balancing act between the positives and pitfalls that exist no matter how well the current situation looks. Esther George , president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Segment 2, beginning at 28:00: The unbreakable bond between a favorite sweet and sweethearts Even if Valentine's Day isn't your favorite date on the calendar, there's still a silver lining: chocolate. Two Kansas City chocolatiers affirmed it can be the busiest single day in their stores due to "panicked husbands" and others needing an expression of love. And, one engineering student revealed his way of raising the
A podcast about the biggest sports stories in and around Kansas City. Covering Chiefs, Royals, Sporting KC, University of Kansas, University of Missouri, Kansas State University and more. Hosted by Blair Kerkhoff.
Rank #1: Chiefs-Chargers Preview With The A-Team.
The Star's Brooke Pryor, Lynn Worthy, Sam Mellinger and Blair Kerkhoff talk Chiefs heading into their Thursday Night Football matchup with the Los Angeles Chargers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: After the Super Bowl, how do the Chiefs keep Mahomes, Jones happy?.
Chiefs are the topic for Star sports columnists Sam Mellinger and Vahe Gregorian. Last week’s Super Bowl championship held deeper meaning for the city than just a championship celebration, and is there a way for the Chiefs to be financially creative and not only sign quarterback Patrick Mahomes to the NFL’s most lucrative contract but also find a way to give defensive lineman Chris Jones a deal he’s earned?Story links:Mellinger Minutes: Time for wasp? Keeping the Chiefs together...and the Royals?Pelosi pays up on Super Bowl bet as Cleaver predicts championship repeatChiefs fans left a reminder of Super Bowl LIV victory at Hank Stram’s graveThanks to our sponsor: Big O Tires! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Official Chiefs Radio Podcast!A weekly in-depth look at the news and events surrounding The Kansas City Chiefs Football Club and the Chiefs Kingdom.Hosted by Chiefs Radio Executive Producer Dan Israel and 15 year NFL veteran Pro Bowler Kendall Gammon.
Rank #1: 38: Review Wk14 (Raiders) and Preview Wk15 (Chargers).
Fresh off a complete game and victory against the Oakland Raiders, the Chiefs have another divisional contest against a red hot Los Angeles Chargers team. INTERVIEWS:-Mitchell Schwartz-Derrick Johnson #TWICF #ChiefsKingdom #KCvsLAC
Rank #2: 40: The Christmas Day Game! (1971).
In this special Christmas Episode of TWICF, we look back to Christmas Day, 1971. The Chiefs and Dolphins in a drama tough fought playoff contest. It remains the longest professional football game ever played. INTERVIEWS:-Hank Stram-Len Dawson
In the first season of My Fellow Kansans, we examined the forces and consequences of Kansas politics, the history behind it, and the likelihood of another course-changing election last November. This season we’re turning to rural Kansas, because it too has a storied past. But as once-thriving towns continue to shrink, does it have a future? That, fellow Kansans, depends on whom you ask. The future of rural Kansas is our topic in season two of My Fellow Kansans--a podcast from the Kansas News Service. Our conversation begins October 18.
Rank #1: S2 Episode 4: Ailing Rural Health Care.
The closing of a rural hospital marks a particular loss for a community — greater distances to travel for health care, fewer jobs, and the sense that a town is on the wane. This episode of the podcast looks at the forces that have led to an epidemic of shuttered small-town hospitals, and some things being tried to resuscitate rural health systems.
Rank #2: S2 Episode 2: Bigger Farms, Ever Smaller Towns.
Many of Kansas’ small towns look weathered, worn and neglected after more than a century of exodus. The unending trend toward bigger farms, and fewer farmers, has sped that depopulation. That rise of modern farming techniques continues to pose a threat to rural cities and towns, particularly across the commodity crop-growing Great Plains.
A podcast for people who ♥ the heartland. Hosted by writer, storyteller and public radio journalist Gina Kaufmann, a Midwesterner born and raised.
Rank #1: Challenging Midwestern Clichés.
When we talk about being from the Midwest, it usually comes with some familiar words. "Quaint" and "old fashioned" or worse, "close-minded" and "too slow." So are they true? Well - it's complicated. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts , Google Play and Stitcher .
Rank #2: Demo Derby.
People have been intentionally destroying cars in demolition derbies for generations. It's like the Midwest's Colosseum. But the old school demo derby is running out of gas. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts , Google Play and Stitcher .
Royals beat reporters join national correspondents to take an inside look ahead at the story lines and developing news that impact the team's outlook.
Rank #1: 12/14/15: MLB.com Extras | Kansas City Royals.
The Royals didn't make any big splashes at the Winter Meetings but instead laid the groundwork for a successful offseason. MLB.com's Matt Waymire and Royals reporter Jeffrey Flanagan recap the Royals offseason so far and the expectations after re-signing Chris Young and bringing Joakim Soria back into the mix.
Rank #2: 1/4/16: MLB.com Extras | Kansas City Royals.
Alex Gordon is back in blue. MLB.com's Anthony Castrovince and reporter Jeffrey Flanagan spotlight Gordon's return to reign over KC and sort out the Royals starting rotation for 2016.
The official home for audio programming from Arrowhead Pride, SB Nation's community for fans of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Rank #1: Ep. 29 - Offseason workouts begin: injury updates, Mahomes, & your tweets!.
The Chiefs are back for offseason workouts, and 14 of them spoke on Monday afternoon. Hear from them as Pete, Joel and Shawn analyze on the latest Arrowhead Pride Podcast. On the show: 2:18 - Chiefs’ injury updates from this week; 11:08 - Why are the Chiefs signing all these RBs? 14:55 - Everybody is high on the offense; 21:33 - Chris Conley talks how a high-powered offense stays unselfish; 24:42 - Allen Bailey wants Chiefs’ D to be ATTACKERS; 26:30 - Chiefs losing weight; 28:30 - Reggie Ragland and Anthony Hitchens’ rapport; 30:30 - Ragland learned lessons from Derrick Johnson; 31:20 - Dustin Colquitt talks ’18 Chiefs being like the Royals’ WS team; 34:00 - Kendall Fuller didn’t know he was traded originally; 37:45 - Sammy Watkins’ weekend tweet discussion; 40:30 - Reading your tweets Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Ep. 2 - Making sense of the Chiefs' running back situation.
On the second edition of the Arrowhead Pride podcast, we explore a very talented Chiefs running backs room. Host Pete Sweeney speaks with NFL.com senior fantasy analyst Michael Fabiano (4:00), Kareem Hunt's college football operations director, Andrew Terwilliger, (16:00) and editor Jeff Hunter of SB Nation's Buffalo Rumblings (26:00) to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosts Ryan Tracy and Chris Clark breakdown the Kansas City Chiefs and the NFL. For up to the minute analysis and episode information, follow on twitter @RyantracyNFL and @ChrisClarkNFL. #NFL #Chiefs #ChiefsKingdomPart of the Locked On Podcast Network
Rank #1: Inside Intel - PFF’s Eric Eager, Travis Kelce vs Derwin James - 12/12 Locked on Chiefs.
Want to play single-game Fantasy Football? Join our League at Draft Kings: HEREOn Today's Show: Eric Eager form Pro Football FocusDavid Droegemeier - host of Locked on ChargersLatest RGR Video: Chiefs vs Ravens PostGame LIVE Connect: @RyanTracyNFL | @ChrisClarkNFL | @RealMNChiefsFan @LockedOnChiefs | LockedOnChiefs.com | Voicemail: 913-777-4457Subscribe: iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | Spreaker | SpotifyThe 2018 Athletic Matrix Draft Guide #Chiefs #ChiefsKingdom #RGR #NFL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Chiefs vs Packers - Matchups and Predictions - 10-25 Locked On Chiefs.
On Today's Show: - QB Quandary- how to defeat Aaron Rogers’ Packers- Predictions 🔥 Get the New Tees here for #TeamRyan vs #TeamSeth and #ChrisIsSwitzerland 👇 https://teespring.com/stores/rgr-store Latest RGR Videos:All Chiefs Videos - http://bit.ly/RGRF-ChiefsQ&A LIVE Streams - http://bit.ly/RGRLive#Chiefs #ChiefsKingdom #RGR #NFL 🎙️ Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Spreaker | Spotify | iHeart Radio🧧 Connect: @RyanTracyNFL | @ChrisClarkNFL | @LockedOnChiefs | Voicemail: 913-777-4457 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices