- Monday night at the T-Bones game
- Mary J. Blige concertgoers
- Parkville River Jam
- Mid-Continent Regional Convention and Train Show
- City Market on Saturday morning
- Kenny Chesney concertgoers
- Eighth annual Juneteenth celebration in Kansas City, Kan.
- Run The Good Race
- Fast Fridays at KC Trends Motorsports
- Jazz in the Woods
- National Flag Day Korean War Memorial
- Urban Scouting BBQ
He thought the little devils were possessed by demons
One of Johnson Countys stellar students, Olathe Northwest High School's Cassie Wang is now headed to Harvard, but Harvard is getting more than a scholar. It is getting a philanthropist, an athlete and a young woman who is on a mission to make the world a better place.
City council vote is a victory for neighbors who opposed expansion of Ironwoods Park Amphitheater.
Kris Kobach is a menace to the passage of reasonable and necessary changes to immigration law. But Kobach is also a father and a husband. There is no condoning the actions of the nearly 300 people who stomped onto his private property Saturday for a protest.
People are confused about what constitutes self-defense. What many people term self-defense is really just the last act in an argument gone out of control, a situation that escalates until one or both parties reach for a gun.
The question on the table is how top Homeland Security officials vet employees and contractors who have access to classified documents
Bank of America obtains garnishment order, court records show, for outstanding car wash debt.
The two knife-wielding beasts who recently beheaded a young British soldier on a public street in London were not the face of Africa, or the face of Islam. They were the face of an ancient barbarism loose in the world an evil that knows no nationality or creed, no race or place, but which must be defeated by whatever means of persuasion or degree of force is required if civil life is to remain a possibility anywhere on Earth.
Furred housemates may not be the stuff of prize-winning journalism, but it suits my column better than chronicling the triumphs and casual pairings of the entertainment elite, the hopeless ineptitude of Congress or the seamy offenses of two-bit hoodlums.
While every other district has gone to its voters and successfully raised its levy many multiple times, Kansas City hasnt even tried to budge its rate since it was set nearly two decades ago.
Kansas Citys charter review committee must balance in-district needs with the citys overall health. The answer? Take away the mayors city council vote.
Beneath a swimming pool, under a horse farm and now a weed-grown field north of Detroit. For at least the third time in a decade, FBI agents grabbed shovels and combed through dirt and mud in the search for Jimmy Hoffa's remains or clues to the disappearance of the former Teamsters boss.
The owner of a Houston bus company has been indicted on federal charges stemming from the 2008 Texas crash that killed 17 people on their way to a religious conclave, authorities announced Wednesday.
President Barack Obama is preparing regulations limiting carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants, senior officials said Wednesday. The move would be the most consequential climate policy step he could take and one sure to provoke legal challenges from Republicans and some industries.
The cost of going to college in Kansas went up again Wednesday when the states Board of Regents approved tuition increases at six public universities. Regents said the increases were necessary because of legislative cuts in higher education funding.
Lakewood, a private lake community in Lee’s Summit, will put up gates next month to control access as one measure to prevent zebra mussels from invading.
Parks officials hope to expand programming and upgrade area facilities.
Remember (in a dreamy flashback way) the days when movie viewing decisions were happily and easily made while standing at the theater? Today’s reality: arguing over a computer screen at home.
Jennifer Brown had trouble finding her niche, but once she discovered it, there has been no looking back. The Northland author recently celebrated the national release of her latest novel, “Thousand Words.”
The commission is to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday to pick a new commissioner who could swing the balance between a panel controlled by Mayor Mark Holland or one led by Ann Murguia, who lost to Holland in the April mayoral election. With finalists Don Budd and Nathan Barnes both delinquent in recent years, Holland said the commission should consider reopening the selection process.
Police are investigating whether five robberies in the northeast area of the city are related. Two or three people committed the crimes.