In the Community Service Dog Awareness Day After an incident he had with his dog Stanley, Boy Scout Gabriel Maloney decided to focus his Eagle Scout project on service dog awareness. #KINDKC: Feed Northland Kids Help Feed Northland Kids by attending their benefit concert on Friday, July 21. Kansas City's Big Picnic Kansas City’s Big Picnic is this weekend in front of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Foundation honors fallen Olathe veteran On August 6, 2011, a Chinook helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan, killing everyone on board, including 30 Americans and 1 military… #KINDKC: Do Good Co. Do Good Co. is committed to supporting our non-profit community through curated goods, workshops, events and volunteer opportunities. #KINDKC: Northeast Arts KC Northeast Arts KC provides, funds, markets, and supports cultural events which bring the visual and the performance arts to the public in the… Youth Volunteer Corps making a difference The Youth Volunteer Corps creates volunteer opportunities to address community needs and inspires youth to help others too. Kansas traffic deaths up from last year Traffic deaths are up 20.3 percent in Kansas compared to this time last year. INTERVIEW: Dr. Randal Pinkett Dr. Randal Pinkett talks about his experience as an entrepreneur and winning The Apprentice. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month Rochelle Parker of the Child Abuse Prevention Association talks about Child Abuse Prevention Month. Kind KC: Heartland Men's Chorus The Heartland Men’s Chorus has been around since 1986. They talk about their upcoming production called “How Do YOU Identify?” 4.01K Race for Financial Fitness is April 1 Jay Hummel of American Century Investments and Meredith Suarez with Junior Achievement talk about the first annual 4.01K Race for Financial Fitness.