Thursday at 9:00 am
Cowtown Conversations is a weekly public affairs show where we discuss various social, political and everyday topics that impact our lives as resident’s of the Metropolitan Kansas City Area.
American Stroke Foundation and the 2018 Stroke walk August 16, 2018 | 9:00 am
The American Stroke Foundation provides a unique, post-rehabilitation experience for stroke survivors. We offer classes and wellness programs that are designed to address survivors’ physical, cognitive, social and emotional well-being—in a comfortable, welcoming, non-clinical environment. Caregivers also find us to be a valuable resource where they participate in classes and support groups that are designed to address their specific concerns.
A conversation on Proposition A. Is Right to Work, Right for Missouri??? July 26, 2018 | 9:00 am
A ballot initiative known as Proposition A has been placed on the Ballot for the August 7th Primary In Missouri. Join us as we have a conversation on Proposition A. Is Right to Work, Right for Missouri? Join us as we talk about this controversial topic and how it could impact those who work in Missouri.
Conversation on Question 1 Rental Ordinance for the Kansas City Mo July 19, 2018 | 9:00 am
A ballot initiative Question 1 has been placed on the August 7, 2018 ballot to start inspection of rental units that are rented for more than 30 days in Kansas City, Missouri. Join us as we talk with Ms. Diane Charity who helped with the ballot initiative and Ms. Stacy Johnson-Crosby on how it could impact those who rent in Kansas City.
Jackson County 2nd District Candidate Forum July 12, 2018 | 9:00 am
Each Jackson Countian lives in two County Legislative districts — an individual district and an at-large district. When voting for County Legislators, you vote for one from your individual district, as well as one from each of the at-large districts. That means every Jackson County citizen has two direct representatives on the nine-member County Legislature.
Each member of the Legislature shall be a qualified voter in Jackson County for at least 3 years preceding his/her election and a resident in his/her district for at least 1 year preceding his/her nomination.
More Straight Talk on Credit and Your Money with Marilyn Chappell of Exceeds Expectations July 5, 2018 | 9:00 am
Marilyn Chappell of Exceeds Expectations will return for more straight talk about credit, money and how you can transform you fiances to reach your financial goals.
Conversation with the KCPD on the dangers of celebratory gunfire June 28, 2018 | 9:00 am
Celebratory gunfire (also called aerial firing or happy fire) is the shooting of a firearm into the air in celebration. . In regions such as Puerto Rico and continental areas of the United States. it is practiced illegally, especially on holidays like New Year's Eve.
The practice may result in random death and injury from stray bullets. Property damage is sometimes another result of celebratory gunfire; shattered windows and damaged roofs are often found after such celebrations.
Conversation with Missouri State Representative Brandon Ellington on the 2018 Missouri Legislative session June 21, 2018 | 9:00 am
We will have a discussion with Missouri State Representative Brandon Ellington and he was give us a wrap up on the 2018 Missouri Legislative session.
Conversation with Truman Medical Centers on How Battlefield Medicine Techniques can save lives in Kansas City June 14, 2018 | 9:00 am
We will have a discussion with Emergency Room Nurses Andrea Hawk, MAEd, BSN, RN and Mickie Keeling, BSN, RN of Truman Medical Center on How Battlefield Medicine Techniques are saving lives in Kansas City. This presentation was a part of the 2018 Gun Violence Summit, held in Kansas City.
Joseph Jackson is a veteran of the United States Air Force and former member of the Kansas City Missouri School Board and Treasurer for the Kansas City Public Schools. He is a community advocate and former neighborhood President of Santa Fe Area Council and member of the Kansas City Neighborhood Advisory Council. He enjoys movies and reading.
Favorite Quote Information is knowledge and knowledge is the key that will open any door.