Mayor Sly James joined Wendy Doyle, CEO of the Women’s Foundation, and officers from the Kansas City chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management to launch “When Work Works.” The effort is part of a national initiative that aims to educate and encourage employers to provide workplaces that work for today’s families.
Gravitational waves, often said to look like ripples in a pond, will help scientists answer questions about creation of astronomical phenomena and disturbances, such as the merging of black holes, collision of neutron stars, supernova explosions and more. Gravitational waves were predicted by physicist Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity 100 years ago.
Royals mascot Sluggerrrr surprised a doctor and a nurse at Children's Mercy Hospital on Thursday with a special Valentine's Day message of love from their husbands. Sluggerrr will be delivering his Sluggerrrr Grams around town through Sunday.
On Thursday, exhibitors prepare their vehicles for the opening of the 56th annual O'Reilly Auto Parts World of Wheels car show at Bartle Hall. Hundreds of custom cars, classics, hot rods, trucks, motorcycles, buses and race cars will be on display Friday through Sunday.
Kansas City Mayor Sly James and City manager Troy Schulte along with other city officials released a budget proposal Thursday that includes spending roughly $10 million over the next two years to demolish about 800 registered dangerous buildings.