Johnson County authorities spent Monday looking for a gunman who fled after firing a shot at a deputy investigating a construction site burglary. The incident was reported just after midnight at 191st Street and State Line Road.
Chiefs running back Knile Davis just played the game of his professional life Sunday in Kansas City's 34-15 win over the Miami Dolphins. He must be sore, but there is no telling. He must be proud, but you would not read it in his body language.
The 83rd annual Plaza Art Fair featured more than 500 artists displaying their work along Nichols Road and Ward Parkway, Experience ArtsKC zones, three live music stages, and local restaurants offering distinctive dishes.
As the fall TV season rolls out, a flurry of legal and political dramas is tempered by scary thrillers as network and cable TV vie for hits based on the successes of “The Good Wife,” “The Wire” and “American Horror Story.” And movie stars keep joining the TV party.
Many Americans see the Great Recession in their rear view mirrors. Not the long-term unemployed. A new national survey by the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers, released today, shows deep and lasting scars among long-term job hunters. Some Kansas City area residents concur.
Kansas City designated hitter Billy Butler went two for four with an RBI in Sunday’s win against the Detroit Tigers at Kauffman Stadium, and his continued success could be a key to the Royals playing more home games this season.
What’s worse: A 26-year-old Davis going to a strip club at the invitation of his boss who was the club’s attorney? Or a 58-year-old governor in Sam Brownback who is leading the state into potential financial ruin?