- Merriam Farmers Market
- Railcats vs. T-Bones
- Blue Star Awards Ceremony
- Soundgarden at the Midland
- T-Bones vs. Lincoln Saltdogs
- Soap Box Derby Spring Rally II
- Woofstock 2013 at Zona Rosa
- Miles Against Melanoma
- West Bottoms Car Show
- Downtown Art Annual
- T-Bones home opener vs. Wichita Wingnuts
- Parkville Junk Extravaganza
May 31 ceremony planned for service that includes new stops, park-and-ride lots and a Mission transit center.
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 U.S. military has proved to be a sexually hostile environment for women — and for a fair number of men as well. By the Pentagon’s own measures, women are more likely to become victims of sexual assault while in the military than in civilian life.
Missouris 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.
Paul, Rubio are in the hunt in the state that holds the first major presidential test
Graduation is one term for it — the ceremony of passage that marks the end of a specific period of learning. Commencement is to my mind the better word, alluding as it does not to a conclusion but rather to a beginning — not what’s behind, but what lies just ahead. Through the course of a life, the starts are what contain the excitement and promise.
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.
Not only did nothing get done in the 2013 session of the Missouri General Assembly, the state actually lost ground when it comes to cleaning up its ethics.
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.
Residents in rural northeastern California assessed damage to their homes and businesses Friday from a magnitude-5.7 earthquake, one of the strongest temblors to hit the densely forested region in decades.
Former Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo was extradited on Friday to the United States to face charges of laundering $70 million in Guatemalan funds through U.S. bank accounts.
It was supposed to be so easy.
The electorate is locked into supporting or opposing the president, observers say, with little regard to ongoing events.
Breman Anderson Jr. is removed in a 4-3 vote after one of his allies defects.
A proposal to relax some downtown design standards to accommodate a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market had sharply divided the city. The Board of Aldermen approved the zoning change 6-4 after a long meeting.
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.