Whole Foods Market will feature the Lone Elm Tap Room. Other store features will include an in-house smoker for smoking meats, and full-service coffee and juice bars. A 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods planned by UMKC moves forward.
It was an exhibition game, but that doesn’t mean there’s not at least reason to pause to ponder what a semblance of power might mean for the Royals, who uncorked their 2015 exhibition season with exhilarating and rare back-to-back-to-back home runs in a six-run first inning against the Texas Rangers.
When Make-A-Wish asked, little Ella Joe Schultz knew what she wanted — a backyard playhouse. But the homeowners association board in the Stonegate subdivision in Raymore said the structure violated rules about outdoor structures. Ella has leukemia and has endured multiple surgeries.
A federal investigation into the police killing of an unarmed, black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Missouri, lays bare what officials contend are racist, profit-driven law enforcement practices in the small St. Louis suburb.
The Kansas City Star is seeking World War II veterans who were in or near Germany when the war in Europe ended on May, 8, 1945. Share memories regarding your duties at the time and your reaction upon hearing the news of surrender.
Some groups are fighting to have the federal government ease its standards on the dietary value of school lunches. Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas is the new head of the Senate Agriculture Committee and an ally of those fighting to tone down the requirements.
“Black Pearl Sings,” one of the most widely produced plays by Kansas City-based playwright Frank Higgins, gets a local production with Nedra Dixon and Vanessa Severo, courtesy of Spinning Tree Theatre. Performances begin Friday and run through March 22 at the Just Off Broadway Theatre.
Some think Kansas State’s men’s basketball team can make an interesting case for the NCAA Tournament with a few more wins. Others, such as CBS bracket expert Jerry Palm, think it is too late for the Wildcats unless they win the Big 12 Tournament.
The Justice Department’s civil rights investigation of the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department showed a disturbing practice of police and city officials viewing African-Americans “less as constituents to be protected than as potential offenders and sources of revenue.” It shows an oppressive abuse of power.
Here’s how high school senior pranks usually go: Someone toilet-papers the campus. Someone pours detergent in the fountain. So when Emily Jones told Sherman Padgett to hold a bucket in the hallway last week, he wasn’t having it. Boy was he in for a surprise.
Even for Kris Kobach, his recent views on a talk-radio show went shamefully overboard. The Kansas secretary of state told listeners it was “not a huge jump” to think that President Barack Obama might try to stop future criminal prosecutions of black people in America.
Is the man accused of multiple murder and capital felony charges named Miller or Cross? The answer isn’t simple. This is a good example of a topic that readers and journalists who follow a story closely may be familiar with, but the average reader may have initially missed or forgotten.