- T-Bones vs. Lincoln Saltdogs
- Community Faces | Soap Box Derby Spring Rally II
- Woofstock 2013 at Zona Rosa
- Community Faces | Miles Against Melanoma
- West Bottoms Car Show
- Downtown Art Annual
- T-Bones home opener vs. Wichita Wingnuts
- Parkville Junk Extravaganza
- Michael Bergens Toys for Disadvantaged Children Night Train Run
- Armed Forces Day Parade and celebration
- Heart Walk 2013
- Zona Rosa hosts Hillcrest Walk for the Homeless
While Kansas House Speaker Ray Merricks sphere of influence is dryly and fondly referred to as Raymerricka, it connotes an image in the statehouse of the Johnson Countians conservative leanings and his ability to build a life for himself out of poverty.
The fate of a few beloved neighborhood pools in Overland Park is one step closer to being sealed.
Missouri’s efforts to shut down Gordon Parks Elementary School show we still need to figure out a way to fairly hold accountable charter schools, which often set out to serve disadvantaged students.
Consumers need to keep pressing companies to follow through on their ethical commitments and codes of conduct. We need to make it clear that responsibility for poor working conditions and safety lapses rests with them, not just with third parties overseas.
Still more questions than answers remain, he charges
A plant virus called cassava brown streak disease has spread across much of the African interior, reducing by as much as 50 million tons a year the harvest of a crop upon which some 500 million Africans rely for their staple food.
Mushrooms are elusive in this year of late snows and cold temperatures, but there are pests aplenty.
Kansas City Mayor Sly James has passed the midway point in his first term, and the grades are pretty good. But he walks a path that was paved by others.
All kinds of ideas float around when educators and entrepreneurs meet to talk about wearable technology.
Despite the violent upheaval that Moore, Okla., endured Monday afternoon when a monstrous tornado slashed through the city, many of the people who lost much insist that their worries pale in comparison with the sadness they feel for the innocents whose young lives have come to define the towns tragedy.
Some 1,500 visitors were cleared out of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris after a man put a letter on the altar of the 850-year-old monument Tuesday, pulled out a gun and shot himself in the head.
Anthony Weiner's run for a renaissance is officially on.
Gordon Parks Elementary School can remain open at least through June. A circuit court judge on Tuesday granted a temporary stay sought by the school after state education officials voted last week to pull the schools charter.
Standing-room-only crowd shows up for discussion of whether to relax design requirements in downtown area.
Beginning Saturday and lasting through Labor Day, the zoo will open at 8 a.m. instead of 9:30 a.m., allowing visitors to view animals when they are more active than during the heat of the day.
Metropolitan Community College at Maple Woods and at Longview campuses got new presidents this month.
Planting is what Farmer’s House is all about, both seeds in the ground and seeds of encouragement to prepare people with disabilities for jobs in the community.
The fire, in the 2400 block of North 59th Terrace, began just before 11 a.m. when the woman’s grandson was making lunch in the kitchen.
Bonner Springs Elementary will close Friday because of broken water main, but all other district schools will have classes.