Museum of the Dog VIDEO
Thinking of a road trip? If you're heading east, here's a stop in the St. Louis area that combines two great things--art and canines. Not the ones playing poker either! From KETC.
Missouri residents who have exhausted conventional disease cures will have access to experimental drugs under legislation signed on Monday by Gov. Jay Nixon. The so-called Right to Try legislation gives patients and their doctors the ability to procure drugs that have yet to gain approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration if the pharmaceutical manufacturer agrees to provide the product. The Goldwater Institute, an Arizona-based think-tank, is pushing Right to Try legislation throughout the country. According to the institute, Missouri is the third state to enact the legislation after Colorado and Louisiana. Critics say Right to Try bills are…
One would think traveling through time would be fun, but it’s not. It hurts. A lot. And sometimes, people die because of it. Meet Baldwin. Haunted by the actions of his past and hunted by men from the future, Baldwin attempts to stop the tragic state of events by going back in time to break up with the love of his life. From CET Cincinnati & ThinkTV Dayton. The 25 films in this year's PBS Online Film Festival are guaranteed to amaze, move and excite you. WATCH, VOTE and then SHARE your favorites through July 31.
With the Oxford Strangler on the loose, Endeavour must put his personal travails aside to narrow down a list of suspects before the killer, armed with a deadly silk stocking, strikes again.
Nick Haines dissects the convention business with the new chief of Kansas City's Convention and Visitors Association, Ronnie Burt. Also on this edition: Missouri transportation sales tax, Tea Party candidate Milt Wolf, Google Fiber comes to Overland Park and other stories with news reviewers Garrett Haake, 41 Action News, Steve Kraske, KCUR and Dave Helling of the Kansas City Star.
When you hear the word “entrepreneur,” it’s easy to picture a twenty-something guy wearing wireless headphones and typing furiously on his laptop. He’s developing an app, or writing a business plan or creating a social media presence — maybe all three tasks are being tackled at once. This stereotype, however, is only one vision of an entrepreneur. There are shop owners, food bloggers, music moguls, restaurateurs, painters and candlestick makers. These entrepreneurs are male and female, young and old and of every race imaginable. Since entrepreneur is a word used to describe many different kinds of people, the definition will…