Darryl Burton spent more than 20 years in a Missouri prison for a crime he didn't commit. Now he's finishing seminary and is an associate pastor at the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood.
Monty Davis The Kansas City Star
Darryl Burton: From the pit to the pulpit
Surveillance video shows the last moments of Chicago teens life
Where are the women? Tracing the decline of female candidates in Kansas
Even the brutality of the Nazis couldn't turn this woman into a hater
Kansas company's rare tuition scholarship program was 'life-changing for me'
Watch as trooper leaps, saves suicidal man from jumping off bridge
Royals fan set to donate 'Royal kidney' to San Francisco Giants fan
Watch surveillance footage of AT&T burglary
Lawrence High School students stage sit-in to demand action
Boost Mobile employee dies a hero
This is the KCI parking lot where Randy Potter's body was found
Burns & McDonnell says its KCI proposal was wrongly disqualified
Kansas has a history of electing women to positions of power, but women are noticeably absent from the crowded race for governor. This video includes photos from the Associated Press and music "The Army's March" by MMFFF/CC BY 4.0.
Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski of Overland Park says, "I shall never forget. I shall never forgive, but I will never hate," as she tells inmates at the Topeka Correctional Facility about being held in Nazi concentration camps during World War II.
At C3, a family and kids marketing and design firm in Leawood, a unique company benefit helps employees and their young relatives with college or high school tuition. President and CEO Bob Cutler gave the first scholarship in 2013.
Dozens of Lawrence High School students staged a sit-in at school Monday to demand sanctions against student athletes who mocked transgender people in a group chat that was widely shared. Video courtesy of Raven Makiah Andersen-Rolland/Facebook
Police are calling a Boost Mobile employee a hero. Kansas City's 110th homicide claims life of a man who had come to the aid of a female co-worker during an armed robbery Monday afternoon in the 6800 block of Longview Road.
Burns& McDonnell's attorneys explain why the company's proposal for KCI terminal — which was disqualified by the city's selection committee — is the only one of three that complies with Missouri law. They called on City Council to bypass the selection committee and consider the company's plan, or scrap the whole selection process and start again after the November election.
See the area where Randy Potter's body was found in his truck in Economy Parking Lot B at Kansas City International Airport. Potter was missing for eight months until police were alerted to a foul odor coming from the truck. He appeared to have died by suicide.