If we can get away from jokes about candy wrappers and the “Right 53,” we can see what is happening here. Scott Pioli is making the predictable career move by joining NBC’s Sunday night NFL studio show after being fired as Chiefs general manager in January. But to really prepare for another NFL job, Pioli needs to focus on the problems that surfaced in his four years running the Chiefs.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that Arizona cannot require voters to show proof of citizenship. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says the ruling wont affect a similar law in his state, but the American Civil Liberties is considering a challenge of that law.
Contrary to popular opinion, the most powerful man in the Kansas City Royals organization isnt owner David Glass or manager Ned Yost or even power hitter Billy Butler. No, the most powerful man in the organization is the guy striding into the office right now, the guy who runs the Kiss Cam.
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The average American family of four wastes between $1,350 and $2,275 a year in food. Much of that ends up in the kitchen trash can: uneaten leftovers, milk past the expiration date and vegetables that go bad. In the U.S., all that waste adds up to 90 billion pounds of food a year, and the planet is paying a staggeringly high price for it.
While it’s understandable Kris Kobach is upset about the weekend protest at his KC-area residence, it’s alarming to hear him talk about essentially being ready to shoot someone in the crowd to protect his family.
Sporting Kansas City presented the second annual Summer Beer Festival, a tribute to craft beers, Saturday in Westport. It is also a benefit for AIDS Walk Kansas City. More than 30 breweries from around the world were highlighted during the event.
Ivan Marquez has built a strong following with two Overland Park restaurants, one full-service, the other fast-casual. Now hes expanding with a third concept. But this one is on the other side of the metro, in Gladstone.
Kansas Citys charter review committee must balance in-district needs with the citys overall health. The answer? Take away the mayors city council vote.
The U.S. is growing exporter of petroleum products with ramifications for the economy and fuel prices
People are confused about what constitutes self-defense. What many people term self-defense is really just the last act in an argument gone out of control, a situation that escalates until one or both parties reach for a gun.
Kansas City hosted the United States deaf women’s national soccer team final training camp before the Deaflympics next month.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden is defending his disclosure of top-secret U.S. spying programs in an online chat Monday with The Guardian and is attacking U.S. officials for calling him a traitor. "The U.S. government is not going to be able to cover this up by jailing or murdering me," he said. He added the government "immediately and predictably destroyed any possibility of a fair trial at home," by labeling him a traitor, and indicated he would not return to the U.S. voluntarily.
Fans braved the stormy weather Saturday night as country superstar Kenny Chesney's No Shoes Nation Tour stopped at Arrowhead Stadium.
All the controversy has finally caught up to President Barack Obama. The presidents job approval rating dropped to 45 percent, according to a new poll. Thats a dip of eight percentage points over the past month and Obamas lowest rating in more than a year and a half.
Census data showing that downtown Kansas City lost 19.6 percent of its private employers over the past decade is not a good sign for the future.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis will begin recognize spending on research and development. And, take another deep breath, it will begin counting investment in the creation of entertainment, literary and other artistic originals.