Star columnist Jeneé Osterheldt and Features Editor Sharon Hoffmann took a ride on a zip line at the Go Ape treetop adventure course at Swope Park. They had to traversed a combination of rope ladders, zip lines, Tarzan swings and a variety of other treetop crossings in order to complete the course on opening day.
Go Ape zip line opens at Swope Park
Jeneé Osterheldt remembers her dog Charli Brown
New RoKC in North Kansas City will have you climbing the walls
Kendael Armstead: I am not a stereotype
Testing Madam C.J. Walker's Beauty Culture
Jenee Osterheldt on Prince: 'The ability to be black and free and unapologetically yourself died today'
Ruby Jean's Juicery owner Chris Goode makes good drinks
Kate Valentine launches Frances Valentine line at Halls
Jeneé Osterheldt goes indoor skydiving at iFly Kansas City
Kansas City resident fed up with gun violence
Star Sessions with Crystal Rose
Lawrence residents react to shooting that killed 3 people
Star Sessions featured Kansas City singer-songwriter Crystal Rose with host Timothy Finn at the Blue Room in the Historic 18th & Vine District on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017. Rose draws vocal inspiration from powerhouse singers and songwriting inspiration from soul and blues artists. She has performed all over Kansas City, and released her first single “Come Alive,” available on iTunes, in 2016. This song is titled "Summer Love."
Kansas City Star Chiefs beat writer Terez Paylor hosts Facebook Live with the rest of the A-Team - Blair Kerkhoff, Vahe Gregorian and Sam Mellinger - on Raiders Week. The Chiefs are regrouping after their first loss of the season and head to Oakland for a Thursday night divisional matchup.
Lawrence Police have arrested two suspects in connection with a triple-fatal shooting on Oct. 1, 2017 in downtown Lawrence. Gretchen Brown, mother of Leah Brown, 22, who was fatally shot, reacts to news of the arrest on Tuesday.
The Douglas County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday discussed the arrest of two people in connection with an Oct. 1 shooting in downtown Lawrence that left three people dead and two injured. Police identified the two suspects as 22-year-old Ahmad Malik Rayton and 19-year-old Dominique Jaquez McMillon, both of Topeka.