More Videos

Tourette's syndrome didn't stop this Royals player from being successful 1:59

Tourette's syndrome didn't stop this Royals player from being successful

U.S. border patrol begins work on wall prototypes at Mexico border 0:42

U.S. border patrol begins work on wall prototypes at Mexico border

911 call: 'I think I killed my ...' 6:25

911 call: "I think I killed my ..."

Ride along in the 'gas station in the sky' while refueling B-2 bombers 3:10

Ride along in the "gas station in the sky" while refueling B-2 bombers

Lamonte McIntyre hugs his mom as a free man 1:49

Lamonte McIntyre hugs his mom as a free man

Jackson County's change in assessing Country Club Plaza shorts KC schools 1:19

Jackson County's change in assessing Country Club Plaza shorts KC schools

At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform 3:02

At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform

Self on MU: “The most anticipated exhibition game in the history of exhibition games” 2:44

Self on MU: “The most anticipated exhibition game in the history of exhibition games”

Chiefs coach Andy Reid: 'We've got to do better, starting with me' 2:24

Chiefs coach Andy Reid: 'We've got to do better, starting with me'

KU Jayhawks forward Mitch Lightfoot on Border War exhibition 1:28

KU Jayhawks forward Mitch Lightfoot on Border War exhibition

  • Stepson of slain KCK Police Capt. Robert David Melton, prepares for boxing in Guns N’ Hoses charity event

    Merriam police officer Brad Thomas, stepson of slain Kansas City, Kansas police Capt. Robert "Dave" Melton, has been training to join area police officers, firefighters and EMT/paramedics for the upcoming Guns N’ Hoses 2017 Charity Boxing Event. The event raises money for the Kansas City Crime Commission’s Surviving Spouse and Family Endowment Fund. Video by John Sleezer and Joe Robertson/The Kansas City Star

No TV, but Mizzou-KU basketball game will be shown on pay-per-view livestream

Missouri and Kansas announced Friday that a livestream video broadcast of the 3 p.m. Sunday Showdown for Relief KU-Mizzou men’s basketball exhibition game at the Sprint Center in KC will be available on a pay-per-view basis for $40 at ShowdownForRelief.com. Money raised through pay-per-view sales will go to hurricane relief charities along with ticket proceeds.

This week's circulars

More Videos

Meet the teen candidates running for governor of Kansas 8:31

Meet the teen candidates running for governor of Kansas

Stepson of slain KCK Police Capt. Robert David Melton, prepares for boxing in Guns N’ Hoses charity event 2:35

Stepson of slain KCK Police Capt. Robert David Melton, prepares for boxing in Guns N’ Hoses charity event

At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform 3:02

At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform

Self on MU: “The most anticipated exhibition game in the history of exhibition games” 2:44

Self on MU: “The most anticipated exhibition game in the history of exhibition games”

Chiefs coach Andy Reid: 'We've got to do better, starting with me' 2:24

Chiefs coach Andy Reid: 'We've got to do better, starting with me'

KU Jayhawks forward Mitch Lightfoot on Border War exhibition 1:28

KU Jayhawks forward Mitch Lightfoot on Border War exhibition

A look back to 2012: The last time KU and Mizzou met on the hardwood 1:11

A look back to 2012: The last time KU and Mizzou met on the hardwood

Kevin Puryear on Border War: 'Hopefully it'll be a great environment' 4:53

Kevin Puryear on Border War: 'Hopefully it'll be a great environment'

Tourette's syndrome didn't stop this Royals player from being successful 1:59

Tourette's syndrome didn't stop this Royals player from being successful

Watch as a deer narrowly avoids collision with two cross-country runners 0:22

Watch as a deer narrowly avoids collision with two cross-country runners

  • Jackson County's change in assessing Country Club Plaza shorts KC schools

    The Country Club Plaza sold for $660 million nearly two years ago. The Jackson County assessor’s office set its value -- minus intangibles, such as the Plaza brand, and other non-real estate variables -- at $375 million. Yet the shopping district’s 26 properties are now on the tax rolls at $145 million. The owner, Country Club Plaza JV LLC, won its protest of the higher value by claiming the increase was unfair because the values of neighboring properties went up by lower percentages in the 2017 countywide reassessment.

In Depth

More Videos

Stepson of slain KCK Police Capt. Robert David Melton, prepares for boxing in Guns N’ Hoses charity event 2:35

Stepson of slain KCK Police Capt. Robert David Melton, prepares for boxing in Guns N’ Hoses charity event

Tourette's syndrome didn't stop this Royals player from being successful 1:59

Tourette's syndrome didn't stop this Royals player from being successful

How did Africa and Oceania influence Picasso? The Nelson-Atkins will show you 2:43

How did Africa and Oceania influence Picasso? The Nelson-Atkins will show you

Mother of slain daughter reacts to arrests in Lawrence shooting 2:12

Mother of slain daughter reacts to arrests in Lawrence shooting

Here are the KC hot spots in the epidemic of gun thefts 2:24

Here are the KC hot spots in the epidemic of gun thefts

Student dies at hospital after reported suicide attempt at Lee’s Summit North High 0:35

Student dies at hospital after reported suicide attempt at Lee’s Summit North High

Watch suspects steal a gun from an unlocked car 0:25

Watch suspects steal a gun from an unlocked car

Lee’s Summit North students describe the scene Friday morning 1:54

Lee’s Summit North students describe the scene Friday morning

U.S. Navy sailors honor casualties after collision at sea; one Missourian still missing 0:12

U.S. Navy sailors honor casualties after collision at sea; one Missourian still missing

Could Lamonte McIntyre be freed after 23 years in prison? 1:43

Could Lamonte McIntyre be freed after 23 years in prison?

At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform

World War II pilot Robert Capen got behind the controls of a 1942 Boeing Stearman PT-17 during a flight by Darryl Fisher's Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation. The flight was out of KCAC Aviation at the Johnson County Executive Airport.
Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform 3:02

At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse 1:15

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse

Banned books that shaped American literature 2:08

Banned books that shaped American literature

Chiefs coach Andy Reid: 'We've got to do better, starting with me' 2:24

Chiefs coach Andy Reid: 'We've got to do better, starting with me'