All at once, billions of coral polyps for hundreds of miles release their egg and sperm into the ocean during the annual coral spawn. As the fireworks begin, the water column fills with what looks like an upside down snowstorm. This mass synchronized event is unlike any known elsewhere in the animal kingdom. Yet as ...Continue Reading
The Call’s Eric Wesson, Lynn Horsley and Dave Helling of the Kansas City Star and The Pitch Weekly’s Steve Vockrodt join Nick Haines for this Week in Review. Skeptics step aside, the Kansas City, Missouri City Council votes to approve a new 800-room downtown convention hotel. Plus, a new coat of paint won’t cut it After ...Continue Reading
A feature documentary from FRONTLINE about two filmmakers who set out to interview “El Chapo” Guzman, leader of one of the biggest drug cartels in history. Before his capture in 2014, “El Chapo” had been on the run from the U.S. and Mexican governments for over a decade — and after his July 2015 escape ...Continue Reading
NOVA: Chasing Pluto VIDEO
NOVA captures New Horizon’s historic flyby of Pluto, the culmination of the spacecraft’s nine-year, three-billion-mile journey to reveal the first-ever detailed images of this strange, icy world at the very edge of our solar system. Watch as the New Horizons spacecraft captures our first clear view of Pluto’s icy surface.
Nick Haines, Jesus Lopez, Dave Helling, Steve Kraske and Sam Zeff discuss the KCMO City Council’s decision on minimum wage, the takeaways from the La Raza convention, Kansas tax hikes, the exodus of teachers from Kansas and the gay marriage ruling. This week the Kansas City, MO City Council votes yes to boosting pay for ...Continue Reading
Update: Kansas City’s minimum wage will rise to $13 an hour over about four and a half years under an ordinance that Kansas City City Council members approved Thursday. This special originally aired on July 10, 2015. On this special edition of Kansas City Week in Review, explore how income, education, health care and zip ...Continue Reading