THIS WEEK: Friday, October 28 @ 7:30 pm
Rebroadcast Sunday @ 11am
THE PLAN TO DEMOLISH KEMPER ARENA: The family who’s name graces the 40 year-old building unveils a bold new plan to raze the facility that has struggled to find a role since the opening of Sprint Center in 2007.
OCCUPY KC: The Occupy movement that’s taken hold across the country turned violent this week. In Oakland, police in riot gear using tear gas on protestors. There were 97 arrests. Some cities, including Atlanta and closer to home in Lawrence are now making protestors move from city parks where they’ve been encamped. So what’s happening here in Kansas City? Is Occupy KC growing stronger or fading as the weeks wear on?
JAILED FOR AN OVERDUE FURNITURE BILL: Weren’t debtor’s prisons outlawed in the 1800’s? That’s a question KCTV5 asks this week as they report on a Wyandotte County man who is jailed for missing a furniture payment. How far should collection agencies go to collect on their debts?
FINALLY OVER: The Missouri Special Legislative Session comes to an end this week. And from all accounts, lawmakers have nothing to show for their seven week stint in Jefferson City except a bill for $280,000 that now has to be picked up by taxpayers.
MO-KS PRIMARIES: You’ve been watching some of these Republican Presidential Candidate Debates, but will you get a say? Will there be a Kansas or Missouri Presidential Primary for you to actually vote in next year?
THIS WEEK’S NEWS REVIEWERS
NBC Action News
Kansas City Star
NEXT WEEK: THE ZOO TAX ELECTION
Guests include Zoo Director Randy Wisthoff