Niko von Glasow on the making of My Way to Olympia.
Rwanda's sitting volleyball team competes in the London 2012 Paralympics.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - July 10, 2014 - KCPT announced today that retired Kansas City Star reporter Mike McGraw has joined the Hale Center for Journalism to lead its investigative news efforts. McGraw will focus on in-depth stories that tap into his expertise in agribusiness and government accountability. In his more than 30 years at The Star, McGraw has covered a wide range of topics: food safety and agribusiness, the business of college sports, art world fraud. His last major series, an investigation of the U.S. beef industry, was produced in conjunction with The Star and Harvest Public Media, based…
Approximately $18 million that would restore basic dental benefits for hundreds of thousands of low-income Missouri adults is in limbo due to a sweeping budget action by Gov. Jay Nixon. Acting under what he termed his constitutional duty to balance the state budget, Nixon late last month restricted or vetoed approximately $1.1 billion in spending for the fiscal year that began July 1. Outside of education, the dental funds for adult Medicaid recipients make up one of the largest line items among the dozens included in the governor’s June 24 action. Cuts to mental health also axed an emergency services…
Adrienn Banhegyi VIDEO
Maybe it's from hearing all those Apple ads using the old "Chicken Fat" song (which we exercised to back in the day) but this lady's story is timeless and fun. She's a Hungarian rope jumper of the highest caliber. Need I say more? From KUHT.
An otter is brought back from the brink of death in Natures's Saving Otter 501 - a look inside a California otter rescue program - while a lost DaVinci piece comes back from the abyss of time in NOVA's Mystery of a Masterpiece.