Science reporter John McGrath brings you a roundup of this week’s stories from The Hale Center for Journalism at KCPT:
The Homes for Hackers program lets startups live in the hacker house for free on the condition they move their business to KC. Kyle Geary spent a day with two of the hackers this week.
As the population ages and the need for senior living facilities increases, where these developments are built becomes a point of contention between neighbors and developers. Health reporter Mike Sherry spoke with both sides.
Executive producer of the “Not in Our Town” documentary series, which focuses on communities working together to stop hate, visited Kansas City this week.
Visit the United Federation of Dolls Museum with museum volunteer Debbie Tracy, where she shows off the doll that literally changed the face of dolls in the 20th century.
Watch “The Breakdown” to meet the newest member of the Hale team: copy editor and general assignment reporter Caitlin Cress.
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