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Inspiration and perspiration go hand in hand when trying to create something new from nothing, and for artists, that's exactly where genius comes-from the blank slate of their mind and inspiration through the hard work, labor, drafting, editing, polishing, countless revision, and so on until the final piece falls into place.
The owner of a Kansas City office supply company has been accused of a $2.8 million scheme to defraud the U.S. Army.
An old-school Volkswagen Karmann Ghia is a beauty, but there's nothing old about the engineers-in-training who rebuilt it into an electric car.
The former president’s yacht, the USS Williamsburg, has had one tow line in the grave for 20 years, about as long as it has been deteriorating at a shipyard in northern Italy.
Two men attempted to burst into a home in the 106 block of Greenwood Road when shots were fired.
Kansas City is known for many different things: from its world famous barbeque to the historic Union Station, the 18th and Vine Jazz district to the official World War I memorial.
World-class artists continue to perform with the Kansas City Symphony, and the May 31-June 2 concerts are no exception.
Viewers of Birmingham's CBS 42 have noticed several personnel changes over the past few weeks, as news anchor Ken Lass and morning host Brooke Smith are no longer with the station and meteorologist Mark Prater has changed shifts.
Case in point: Martron E. Bailey, who pleaded guilty in Kansas City federal court Wednesday to his role in the botched robbery attempt of the UMB Bank at 6400 Independence Ave.
Traditionally, Memorial Day weekend marks the official beginning of summer activities.
This week, we go inside Crossroads Academy, the new charter school in downtown Kansas City.
The former president's yacht, the USS Williamsburg, has had one tow line in the grave for 20 years, about as long as it has been deteriorating at a shipyard in northern Italy.
Summer is typically the busiest time of the year for music fans. All the indoor venues are still booking shows, and the outdoor venues are up and running, too.
These people are sought by the Kansas City, Mo. Police Department and are presumed to be in our area.
Although the calendar doesn't officially reflect the solstice until June 21, that delicious season of "spummer," when spring runs headlong into summer, has us firmly in its languid grip.
Summer is rodeo season, and the Abdallah Shrine Rodeo is back at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds in Tonganoxie at 7 p.m. today and Friday.
Anything pink with an umbrella or sugary rim is dismissed as girly and lightweight.