Today, we learn about two bills making their way through the Missouri General Assembly; one would place stricter rules on ride-hailing businesses like Lyft and Uber, another would create a statewide prescription drug monitoring database. Then, the Buck O'Neil Bridge is in bad shape, and city leaders are struggling over how to pay for the needed repairs. Finally, find out why Kansas City native Hermon Mehari is only now getting around to releasing a jazz album under his own name.
Hermon Mehari will take part in a benefit concert with Krystle Warren for the Jazz Legacy Project at the 1900 Building in Mission Woods, Kansas, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 19. For more information, visit Eventbrite.com.