In the Community #KindKC: After The Harvest After the Harvest rescues nutritious fruits and vegetables from going to waste and donates them to agencies that serve hungry people,… Cars 4 Heroes gives car to local firefighter Cars 4 Heroes is on a mission to help veterans and first responders get access to free, reliable transportation. Movies & Memories Dementia Friendly Film Series April Roy, the director of the Plaza Branch Kansas City Public Library explains more about the program. #KindKC: Big Read KC 2017 The NEA Big Read is a community-wide reading of Tim O’Brien’s book, “The Things They Carried.” Fill The Fridge this week at Price Chopper It’s that time of the year again when 41 Action News, Price Chopper and Harvesters team up to Fill The Fridge. #KINDKC: Shepherd's Center Shepherd’s Center is a local leader in the regional effort to ensure that all people can age successfully with dignity, security, and respect. #KINDKC: Veterans Community Project The Veterans Community Project is on a mission to eliminate veteran homelessness by providing transitional-housing and enabling access to… #KINDKC: Feed Northland Kids Help Feed Northland Kids by attending their benefit concert on Friday, July 21. 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.