Ink’s Middle of the Map fest brings three days of music featuring more than 100 bands to bars and venues in downtown Kansas City, and to the Crossroads and Westport neighborhoods. This video includes photos courtesy of the artists.
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Middle of the Map fast facts
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KC couple build farm from the ground up
John Pryor describes Madison Flitch
Lewis Del Mar's Max Harwood, Danny Miller talk about their start
Check out new food menu at Kauffman Stadium for the 2017 Royals season
Peek inside Boulevard Brewing's new visitor center and beer hall
Operation Breakthrough will build a bridge across Troost
Father of student killed in Florida school shooting asks Rubio about assault weapons ban
Meet Ruger, the electronic-detection K9
Danny Duffy’s Alaskan Malamute, Sadie, in her seventh year at Royals spring training
Big Slick Celebrity Weekend hosts Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, Eric Stonestreet, Rob Riggle and David Koechner, along with their famous guests including comedian Seth Herzog and singer David Cook, entertained the Midland crowd and helped raise a record $1.7
The Kansas City Star's Timothy Finn chatted with Lewis Del Mar's Max Harwood and Danny Miller in the green room of the Madrid Theatre before taking the stage for Ink's Middle of the Map fest. Video by Shane Keyser
Kauffman Stadium puts out some new crazy fun food items this year for Royals 2017 season, including Sunrise Dog and Pork Patty Melt, which have been named to USA Today’s 10 craziest ballpark foods for the 2017 MLB.
After working the overnight shift at Mission Veterinary Emergency & Specialty in Mission, Kyle Trowbridge of Lenexa spent about several minutes scraping a thick coat of ice from his car windows before heading home. The second round of icy weather to hit the Kansas City metro area this week was less severe than expected.
At a town hall held by CNN in Sunrise, Florida, on Wednesday night, thousands of angry students, teachers and parents booed Republican Sen. Marco Rubio when he indicated that he would not support an assault-weapons ban.
Meet Ruger, the newest member of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC). He is the first and only electronic-detection K9 in the state of Ohio and one of less than two dozen in the entire U.S. Rugar can detect the chemical smell of small electronics that humans cannot, which is a ‘game-changer’ in the fight to stop child exploitation and child pornography.