Mar 30, 2016|
KMBZ's Kara Marxer tells us about a new program helping special needs kids in Paola, Kan.
This week our cover story focuses on children's use of mobile devices and how overuse can harm them.
Discussing domestic violence and resources available for victims in Kansas City.
You can save a life by being an organ donor or it can even save yours one day.
An emotional phone call into the Dana and Parks program left the morning news team wondering about the issues she raised and what the solutions might be. The answers are in our Cover Story.
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I think we're probably going to be a pioneer in therapeutics and doctor Courtney can't relate Mary's center in payola laughs as she describes just how much that kids love the ticket. During his forehand plus another 86 of their own coop on the southern side of the school and they are very popular. School principal Amanda Martell tells us about the first egg literally that she kitty was lead when kids weren't there in May held at the eight legacy of love. Yeah. Their excitement only group for the chickens the school of course using the birds not only for therapy but for learning and. We've been selling our aches and checking the chicken boxes and bring in the eggs and then Gary and aches and then we figure out how much Tweety disarm before. Figuring out to maybe more feed what kinds of mass will be utilized life cycle of like chicken egg and we have the ability to have all that educationally brought in to us so let's just and I mean it's a win win. Next up for the lake Mary animal therapy senator rabbits. And goats and you may be hogs the kids will also be planting their first gardens this spring Kara marks our KM BZ news.