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Jim Devine, CEO of the Lee's Summit Economic Development Council, will retire on May 15, the LSEDC announced Friday.
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Stymied once by a veto, Republican senators passed legislation Thursday that again tries to limit unemployment benefits for people fired for repeatedly missing work or other alleged misconduct.
Getting around parts of Kansas City might be a little difficult Saturday and Monday as streets close for St. Patrick Day's runs and parades.
Teens younger than 17 would need parental consent to use tanning machines that emit ultraviolet rays at salons under legislation endorsed by the Missouri House.
Kush Sharma, a 7th grader at Frontier Trails Elementary, and Sophia Hoffman, a 5th grader from Lee's Summit, were the finalists for the Jackson County Spelling Bee.
A Lee's Summit woman has been released on bail after her 1-year-old baby fell out of a moving vehicle at an intersection late Sunday.
KMBC : "According to the Lee's Summit Police Department, GiAnni L. Henderson, 30, has been charged with a child restraint violation, failure to provide proof of insurance, license plate violation, child endangerment, driving while intoxicated, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after the Sunday evening incident."
A quick-thinking stranger came to the aid of a baby after the infant fell out of a moving vehicle onto a highway entrance ramp Sunday night.
After becoming international sensations two weeks ago when the judges ran out of words, Kush and Sophia Hoffman met again Saturday for a chance to go to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
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KANSAS CITY, Missouri--A marathon spelling bee between two Kansas City-area students who exhausted the initial word list last month ended after 29 more rounds Saturday when the eventual runner-up stumbled over the word "stifling."
Each year, we host a series of town halls over the legislative spring break. These meetings are another way for me to communicate with the residents of the district.
Working his way towards fame, actor Rob Fuller has not forgotten his roots as a 1989 Lee's Summit High School Graduate.