Science Reporter John G. McGrath brings you a roundup of some of this week’s stories from the reporters at The Hale Center for Journalism.
Boulevard Brewing Company has teamed up with Christopher Elbow Chocolates to make its seasonal Chocolate Ale. Entrepreneurship reporter Kyle Geary spoke to the Boulevard Brewmaster Steven Pauwels about the process.
Reporters Caitlin Cress and Kyle Geary visited the Sprint Accelerator where they spoke with General Manager Erik Wullschleger about the space’s upcoming mobile health accelerator program.
See how a group of elementary students from Red Bridge hone their science, technology, engineering and math skills by entering the FIRST® LEGO® League. This program challenges 9–14-year-olds to build and program LEGO® pieces that must get through a series of missions on an obstacle course.
A group of 22 former Chiefs players are suing their former team for failing to protect them from the dangers of concussions. Reporter John McGrath interviewed a lawyer that’s bringing up the lawsuit and we hear what some former Chiefs at the forum have to say about player safety.
Kansas City, Mo., health officials have posted some staff to offices in the Northland, in an effort to better serve residents outside the city’s urban core. Health department officials hope this is just the first step in an expanded presence in the Northland. They are talking with city bus officials and safety-net providers about constructing a transit/health hub at the intersection of Northeast Vivion and Northeast Antioch roads.