Branson, Missouri is one of the best family vacation destinations in America! It’s a destination with something for everyone. There is not one area in the United States that can beat the hospitality and friendliness that is shown throughout the beautiful Ozarks. Video courtesy of Branson Tourism Center.
Workers with Lifestyle RVs in Grain Valley readied a Terry Classic travel trailer on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, for the Mid-America RV Show in Bartle Hall. The Terry Classic has a retro-styled exterior with a modern interior housing all the amenities
Talking about sex may not be a regular part of your doctor-patient relationship, but it should be. This can be especially true for adolescents and young adults who are disproportionately impacted by sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Nearly half of all new STD cases are in young people between the ages of 15 and 24. This video discusses the importance of a healthy dialogue between youth and providers concerning their sexual health. Video courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
"I just love his compassion towards others and how he always encourages everyone to strive being the best person they can be." said Chloe Bartlett, Miss Missouri Teen 2018, seated in the front row of the Night of Hope event Friday night at the Sprint Center. More than 10,000 seats were sold for the event.
Gun owner Aaron Young of Lenexa believes it is time for meaningful change in our gun laws. He sees no need for the private ownership of the assault style rifles and believes the NRA has strayed from their original purpose of teaching marksmanship and now concentrates on promoting the availability of guns.
The first gun Sherry Sherrow of Lee’s Summit owned was a .38 Special revolver that belonged to her father. Over the years she has acquired a variety of guns that she uses for target shooting and one she carries for personal protection.
Polina is a 7-year-old Mastiff mix that has been at Kansas City Pet Project for more than a year. More than 10,000 pets go through the shelter each year, but very few stick around as long as Polina has. As she gets ready to spend her second Christmas in the shelter, volunteers at Pet Project continue working with her hope this is the year she finds a forever home.