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KCI single terminal proposal
More questions than answers surround Burns & McDonnell’s proposal to build and finance a single terminal at Kansas City International Airport. After five frustrating years trying to build a terminal, is jumping at this deal worth the risk?
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Church greeter shot in south KC
A greeter at a south Kansas City church was wounded by gunfire during services on Sunday, Matt Campbell reports. The shooter entered the church in the 10800 block of Hillcrest Road and fired multiple times, striking the greeter in the head. The greeter then fell through a window into the sanctuary. The greeter was treated at a hospital for what were described as non-life-threatening injuries.
Dream home empty 20 years
Dick and Joyce Robinson of Cass County have never lived in their dream house. It’s been standing 20 years, but the Army won’t let them finish because it encroaches on a military security easement, Donald Bradley reports.=
Sixth anniversary of Joplin tornado
“Butterfly Angels,” released on the sixth anniversary of the Joplin tornado, tells of the healing power of the Butterfly Garden & Outlook. Monday, May 22, 2017
Crucial week ahead
Royals drop another series to the Twins as Ian Kennedy struggles in his return from the disabled list. The Royals split a doubleheader against the first-place Twins on Sunday.