A suburban Denver student shot two other students at a high school Friday before he apparently killed himself, authorities said.
Chiefs wide receiver/punt returner Dexter McCluster missed a second day of practice on Friday while recovering from an infection caused by a cut in his ankle suffered in last week’s game at Washington. McCluster underwent a procedure for the infection on Thursday as well as other tests, and Chiefs head athletic trainer Rick Burkholder said, “I know the big question is, ‘Does he have MRSA?’ but we don’t know that because we don’t have all the cultures back.”
The Kansas City area might be spared the worst of a winter storm that brought freezing rain to the area during Friday morning’s commute.
- Acoustic Christmas concertgoers
- Roller Warriors Girls Flat Track Derby
- Pipefitters union Local 533 Christmas Party
- Ugly Sweater Run
- Merriams Santa Arrival and Christmas Dinner
- Red Stocking Breakfast
- Missions Holiday Lights and Festive Sights
- Prairie Village Tree Lighting 2013
- Red X Wine Tasting
- Kanye West concertgoers at the Sprint Center
- Chiefs vs. Broncos tailgaters
- Toys and crafts shows at KCI Expo
Friday the 13th has turned out to be a popular day for pop stars to flaunt new music. While everyone was still dealing with the fact that Beyonce dropped 14 new tracks and 17 music videos in our digital laps without any notice (or leaks) New Zealand teen chanteuse Lorde also chose today to introduce a new single, No Better.
In the season of giving, what would you do if you won $400 million? The Star heard all sorts of answers Thursday about what people would do if these two powerful forces Christmass spirit of giving and a jackpots instant wealth fell into each others arms.
I am not a Grinch. But Im afraid I no longer enjoy Christmas music. Oh, I used to like it at least some of it when it was played only at home, at church or heres a thought on Christmas.
Randy Dreiling, who built a Kansas high school football dynasty in winning seven state titles in 17 seasons at Hutchinson, has resigned as the Salthawks’ coach and will be the new coach at St. Thomas Aquinas.
Like many schools across the suburbs and rural areas, Center Elementary has had too many children who often dont have enough food at home. Thats one of the reasons the school became among the first in the Kansas City area to distribute Harvesters BackSnacks.
Kansas has been in this position before, right? The sky falling in December? Maybe that's why Sam Mellinger isn't yet ready to bet against the Jayhawks winning a 10th straight Big 12 title. If that's to happen, here's what he might be writing three months from now ...
Capitalizing on his nasal delivery and self-deprecating attitude, Louie Anderson has been connecting with audiences for three decades. Anderson, performs Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Stanfords at the Legends, recently discussed stand-up comedy, TV and cuisine during a phone interview while visiting his home state of Minnesota.
Megyn Kelly is representing for Santa Claus. And according to the Fox News host, the chubby dude in the red suit is white. He just is, OK?
Sixteen-year-old David Thibault blows away a Canadian radio station crew with his perfectly-Elvis rendition of “Blue Christmas.” Bonus points: He even kinda looks like the raven-haired King.
The Republican establishment's much-anticipated pushback against the tea party wing is underway. House Speaker John Boehner made that clear Thursday, when he renewed his denunciation of groups that try to defeat GOP incumbents they consider too willing to compromise with Democrats.
"Affluenza," the affliction cited by a psychologist to argue that a North Texas teenager from a wealthy family should not be sent to prison for killing four pedestrians while driving drunk, is not a recognized diagnosis and should not be used to justify bad behavior, experts said Thursday.
Investigators say the stabbing of at least three people in a parking lot at the Denver Broncos' stadium after Thursday night's game stemmed from a fight over a near fender-bender.
The fire was discovered about 2:30 a.m. Thursday at the house near East 106th Terrace and College Avenue. The family of a Kansas City police officer escaped safely. The parents and nine children, who ranged in age from 2 to 16, escaped by crawling through a window in the master bedroom onto the roof of a sunroom.
Blogs and columns
- Northwest Missouri, Grand Valley no strangers to Division II semifinals
- Attorney asks Fla. AG to investigate Winston case
- KC native and former KU standout Travis Releford to promote book next week
- K-State Mailbag: Kansas State, Michigan, Nebraska and the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl
- KU basketball signee puts up 30-point, 24-rebound, 15-block triple-double
- Surprising (even shocking?) votes from area members of Congress on bipartisan budget bill
- Politicians passed, and missed
- BuzzChatter Friday: Republicans lock horns over bipartisan budget agreement
- Nixon, in KC, calls for sweeping ethics reform
- BuzzChatter Thursday: How predictable was this? Roberts comes out against budget deal