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KC community seeks justice for murdered child and mother

It’s been a year since Myeisha Turner and her 3-year-old daughter, Damiah White, were killed in their Kansas City home. Dozens of community members, public officials and police officers gathered Friday morning at a central city park to plead for someone to step forward and put a child killer behind bars.


Kansas expands investigation into virus striking infants

There are now 13 cases from Kansas under investigation and at least five from Missouri. The infections have been caused by HPeV3, one of a group of viruses, called human parechoviruses, that have emerged in recent years as an important cause of a variety of ailments in very young children.


Redevelopment of Power & Light Building is a go

Renovation that will create more than 200 apartments is expected to begin in October. NorthPoint Development, the project’s developer, still has to complete development agreements with the authority and Kansas City, but the Riverside company does not expect any problems.

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Missouri cheeses do well at national competition

Cheeses from Homestead Creamery of Jamesport, Mo., Green Dirt Farm of Weston, Mo., Baetje Farms of Bloomsdale, Mo., and Goatsbeard Farm of Harrisburg, Mo., won awards at the American Cheese Society competition. Meanwhile Uplands Cheese announced that it wouldn’t make one of the most celebrated American cheeses, Rush Creek Reserve, because of concerns over regulatory changes.


Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon split

Nick Cannon has confirmed that he and Mariah Carey have been living apart for several months but that’s probably all we’ll hear from him on the subject for a while. Reports suggest that Carey has all but muzzled him from saying anything more.

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