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Kansas City, Missouri: A Washington, DC organisation aimed at reducing gun violence is suing an Missouri gun store in the death of a Lafayette County man shot and killed by his mentally troubled daughter.
A Gladstone boy who has been battling brain cancer, got a salute from Kansas City-area police officers before getting a ride to a hospital in a police cruiser A NINE YEAR OLD BOY, WHO'S BATTLING CANCER, GOT A VERY SPECIAL RIDE TO THE HOSPITAL FOR ONE OF HIS TREATMENTS.
Kansas City Mayor Sly James is putting the finishing touches on his official State of the City speech, which he'll deliver on March 24 at Park Hill High School.
The Big 12 Championships will draw thousands of fans and has an estimated $9 million local economic impact.
On March 12, the Surgicenter of Kansas City will break ground on a new 23,000-square-foot facility in Kansas City, Mo., according to a Kansas City Business Journal report.
The unprecedented 340-page study by the Urban Institute, a policy research group, finds _ not surprisingly _ that the reach of the Internet has facilitated the flesh trade and made it harder to combat.
Air Force reservist Leo Brown, a religion teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Overland Park, will be deployed to Afghanistan later this month with the 442nd Fighter Wing.
Google Fiber service debuted in several Kansas City neighborhoods in the fall of 2012.
Kansas City police are investigating after a dead body was found at the now closed, old Westport Middle School at 39th and Warwick.
If you go to the end of a cul de sac in Kansas City, North, and down the stairs of Floyd Brittian’s house, you’ll wind up Fort Smith, Ark., circa 1953.
Kyle Flack, the man accused of killing 4 people - including a toddler - began his court appearance Tuesday in Ottawa, KS.
The Kansas City area is a hotbed for model railroading with over three dozen “fully finished” private layouts.
Cameron Younglove plays with a pit bull terrier named Sooke at his kennels near Eudora, Kan., Sunday, March 9, 2014.
A worker at a Kansas City waste transfer station found a body Tuesday morning while sorting a pile of trash.
Martha Baird, a 61-year-old psychiatric nurse from Leawood, works in Kansas City's Sudanese refugee community to heal mental health issues among the women.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As the Missouri Board of Education gets ready to vote on a plan to fix the troubled school district, a group of students got a chance to ask about the district's future from one state education leader.