THIS WEEK: Friday, February 10th 2012 @ 7:30 pm
(Rebroadcast Sunday @ 11 am )
THE TOUGHEST JOB IN KANSAS CITY: It’s been called the hardest job in the metro. It’s the person who sits in the superintendent’s chair in the KCMO school district. This week, Dr. Stephen Green joins us in the newsmaker chair on Kansas City Week in Review.
Dr. Stephen Green
KCMO School Superintendent, Interim
PLUS WE DISSECT THE REST OF THE WEEK’S TOP LOCAL STORIES WITH LOGAN AND HELLING…
MOORE: Former Kansas Congressman Dennis Moore discloses he has Alzheimer’s disease.
DRUG TESTING: Should Missouri lawmakers be drug tested? A year after the state legislature requires drug testing of welfare recipients, a bill is introduced requiring random testing of elected officials.
MO PRIMARY: Santorum wins the Missouri GOP primary, yet fewer than 8% of eligible voters go to the polls.
MAYOR’S BILLION: Mayor Sly James asks for a billion dollars this week, to fix up the city’s streets, sidewalks and other infrastructure.
UNWANTED LAWYERS: Shrinking demand for attorneys has area law schools cutting back on class sizes.
Fred Logan, Columnist
The Business Journal
Kansas City Star
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