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Midday with Jayme and Wickett 03-13-17 1st Hour
Jayme fills out here NCAA bracket. She chooses teams to win by places she wants to visit or has visited.....
Midday with Jayme and Wickett 03-01-17 2nd Hour
"Senior Auction" cancelled due to complaint from student comparing it to slavery. Was she right?
has on blacks and we have a long way to go and civil rights in this country and equality. In this particular case I don't like that she went she she tried to get other people
Trump mentions Olathe bar shooting during congressional address
country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms." The president had received criticism from some civil rights groups who accused him of being slow in denouncing the violent acts. He had yet to discuss the killing of Srinivas Kuchibhotla
Possible minimum wage increase in KC
current $7.70 minimum wage to $10 per hour by Sept. 1 and gradually to $15 per hour by 2022. The initiative is backed by civil rights activists, urban core ministers and other social justice advocates. The Greater Kansas City Restaurant Association and
KCK man's relatives file wrongful death lawsuits
struggle. Family members and his girlfriend have filed two federal separate lawsuits accusing the police of violating his civil rights . Both lawsuits, which were filed in 2015, together list several defendants, including the police department. The Lawrence
Jesse Jackson pushes for youth vote in Kansas City
Rev. Jesse Jackson urged young people to register to vote in his visit to Kansas City Tuesday. The civil rights leader even called students to register on stage during a presentation at the Central Academy of Excellence at 3221 Indiana
University of Kansas prof alleges anti-German discrimination
fired University of Kansas assistant professor is claiming anti-German discrimination and a hostile work environment in a civil rights lawsuit against the school. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Catherine Joritz is asking the court to reinstate