The two players emerged from the locker room late Sunday night, their struts strong, their grins wide. The Denver Broncos had just won Super Bowl 50, and Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr., two proud former Kansas Jayhawks, were together again. “No time for losers … ” Talib sang loudly, finishing the chorus to “We Are the Champions” as they headed toward the team bus in a festive black suit with gold trim.
U.S. Sen. John McCain will receive the Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award Monday, May 9, at the Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Karl Zobrist, award foundation president, said McCain’s “candor and sincerity” recalls former president Truman.
Martin Shkreli, the smirking pharmaceutical executive who infuriated Congress last week by refusing to answer their questions, then calling them “imbeciles” on Twitter, proved he has an over abundance of nerve.
On Monday afternoon, a member of the Rotary Club of Overland Park asked me a simple question after I spoke at the group’s luncheon: Can Kansans recall or impeach embattled Gov. Sam Brownback? The most direct answer: “no.”
Sitting In the lobby of Children's Mercy Hospital, Grady Lauderdale explained how a safety video may have helped save his nephew during a fire at Somerset Village Apartments (Feb. 8, 2015 -- video by Shane Keyseremail@example.com).
Father Tom Hermes, who is the principal of St. Mary School in Montrose, Mo., has a total of four classrooms with 29 students from pre-kindergarten through the eighth grade. Hermes has to take on many different types of responsibilities at the school, and he is the pastor for both the Immaculate Conception Church and St. Patrick Parish in Butler, Missouri. One of the goals for the rural private school is to increase enrollment with the support of the community.