A 34-year-man was charged Tuesday with threatening an Overland Park police sergeant with a gun following a car stop near 104th and Marty streets shortly before 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to police. The sergeant was able to disarm the man, who then started running away. The officer chased him and tackled him to the ground.
Kirby Hough demonstrates RideKC Freedom, a new on-demand ride sharing app being rolled out by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, which is led by President and CEO Robbie Makinen. For riders with disabilities, such as Hough and Makinen, the fare will be subsidized.
Federal Magistrate Judge James O'Hara ordered Kris Kobach to hand over the documents when he met with President Donald Trump. Kobach filed a motion to stay the judge's order. This video includes images from the Associated Press.
When Schlitterbahn opens again for the 2017 season, the Verrückt water slide may still be standing as a grim reminder of last summer’s tragedy. Here's a look back at Verrückt and the series of events following 10-year-old Caleb Schwab's death on the water slide.
The Kansas City budget office recently released a report showing that municipal government and the Police Department have a lot of overlap in their administrative functions. They said cutting even 5 percent of those expenses could save several million dollars.
The 18th White Privilege Conference comes to Kansas City for the first time, and leaders hope for a challenging, but inspiring, experience for everyone. The conference is popular with people whose life passion has been advancing inclusion and economic and social equity for all. The conference runs April 27-30.