Kimberly Hess, director of the Lakeside Nature Center in Kansas City, which took care of the female owl while she mended, said it’s wonderful to see the bird fly again. She praised her staff, which nursed the bird back to good health.
The victory is a boost for Cerner, Kansas City’s fastest-growing large company and one of the top health information technology firms in the country. The Leidos-led team beat out two other partnerships, one of them including Cerner’s major rival, Epic.
Radkey, a trio of brothers from St. Joseph, soon will release “Dark Black Makeup,” a 13-song recording that puts the band in a new light. Radkey, which will perform Friday night at the RecordBar, has been playing songs from the record live and has released three of its tunes as singles.
Eric Berry’s journey from a cancer diagnosis last fall to back with his Chiefs teammates on Wednesday wasn’t easy, and his return to the NFL is far from over, but that’s part of what makes his story such an inspiration to others.
The waters where Olympians will compete in swimming and boating events next summer in South America’s first games are rife with human sewage and present a serious health risk for athletes, as well as for visitors to the iconic beaches of Rio de Janeiro.
The Choice Neighborhoods grant of up to $30 million would help rejuvenate the area around and near the deteriorating Chouteau Courts public housing complex on Independence Avenue. Kansas City is one of nine finalists.
Enter for your chance to be 1 of 3 winners of a $100 Visa Gift Card Courtesy of the Ethnic Enrichment Festival August 21st through August 23rd at Swope Park in Kansas City, MO. Adults are just $3 and Kids 12 & under are free!
ESPN and Major League Baseball announced Wednesday that the Kansas City Royals’ game against the Angels on Aug. 16 at Kauffman Stadium has been selected to be the network’s “Sunday Night Baseball” national game of the week and will feature a 7:08 p.m. start.
Despite his failure to deliver as impressive a season as many expected last year, incumbent quarterback Maty Mauk is fairly well entrenched as Missouri’s starting signal-caller for the 2015 season. It’s reasonable to expect significant improvement from Mauk in his second full season as the Tigers’ starter.
In a stunningly positive move, the Johnson County Commission is on the verge of passing a budget that would be a 180-degree turnaround from the damaging turmoil pursued by the GOP in the Kansas Legislature. Johnson Countians should be saying a huge “thank you” to the five commissioners who are pursuing this action.
The government provides a tax break for charitable donations because charities do good things and they need money. It comes at a cost, however. The federal government will forgo about $250 billion in revenue over the next five years to provide the deduction.