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Childcare & COVID-19: 'If Childcare Centers Closed Down, Will Kids Have the Care They Need?'

Childcare & COVID-19: 'If Childcare Centers Closed Down, Will Kids Have the Care They Need?'

Casey Hanson is the Director of Outreach and Engagement for Kids Win Missouri, a statewide coalition of childcare providers and advocacy groups. She's been speaking with lots of childcare providers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and says that many are struggling.

Life Without Parole is Like a 'Hellish Form of 'Groundhog Day''

Life Without Parole is Like a 'Hellish Form of 'Groundhog Day''

Jabar is an inmate at Jefferson City Correctional Center. He’s been in prison for 25 years, after being sentenced to death row at 17. He is one of the youngest Missourians ever to be put on death row. Then after a retrial at age 19, he was sentenced to life without parole.

'We Need Strategies Where They Can Be College Students, and Still Be As Safe As Possible'

'We Need Strategies Where They Can Be College Students, and Still Be As Safe As Possible'

Lynelle Phillips and Scott Clardy both work with Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services. Scott is the Assistant Director and Lynelle is a professor at the University of Missouri who leads a team of contact investigator volunteers.

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