KC accounting firm channels books to children in need

KPMG employees distributed about 10,000 books Saturday to Kansas City area schools and nonprofits that serve low-income children. The event was part of the accounting firm’s national Family for Literacy “Read to Succeed” initiative in partnership with the First Book literacy program.

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Sights and sounds from KU pep rally at Power & Light's KC Live

Fans came out at KC Live to show support before KU's game Elite Eight game against Oregon on Saturday, March 25, 2017.
Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
Sights and sounds from KU pep rally at Power & Light's KC Live 1:36

Sights and sounds from KU pep rally at Power & Light's KC Live

Five things to do in Kansas City 1:42

Five things to do in Kansas City

Overland Park woman returns to her burnt-out house near CityPlace development 3:01

Overland Park woman returns to her burnt-out house near CityPlace development

Five things to know: Citywide eighth-cent sales tax on KC's April 4 ballot 1:30

Five things to know: Citywide eighth-cent sales tax on KC's April 4 ballot