More Videos

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens 2:37

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption 1:19

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption

Is Jolie Justus the KC mayor's pick for his replacement? 1:47

Is Jolie Justus the KC mayor's pick for his replacement?

Andy Reid following the Giants’ loss: “There’s a sense of urgency...or there should be” 5:08

Andy Reid following the Giants’ loss: “There’s a sense of urgency...or there should be”

Alex Smith on the 12-9 overtime loss: “You should be focused on every one of these games” 7:37

Alex Smith on the 12-9 overtime loss: “You should be focused on every one of these games”

This 'suicide curve' is the site of numerous violent crashes 1:33

This 'suicide curve' is the site of numerous violent crashes

Travis Kelce: 'Guys gotta start stepping up' 1:04

Travis Kelce: 'Guys gotta start stepping up'

Chiefs' safety Ron Parker: 'We just gotta get our swag back' 0:47

Chiefs' safety Ron Parker: 'We just gotta get our swag back'

Chiefs' Alex Smith after 29-19 win over the Broncos 3:00

Chiefs' Alex Smith after 29-19 win over the Broncos

Chiefs' kicker Harrison Butker says wind wasn't a huge issue for him 1:35

Chiefs' kicker Harrison Butker says wind wasn't a huge issue for him

  • Incumbent Mayor Carl Gerlach reelected

    Overland Park voters reelected incumbent Mayor Carl Gerlach to a fourth term in office as on Nov. 7, 2017. Surrounded by his family, he addressed his supporters during an election watch party at the Doubletree Hotel in Overland Park. Gerlach defeated former Kansas state Rep. Charlotte O’Hara, a Republican.

Overland Park voters reelected incumbent Mayor Carl Gerlach to a fourth term in office as on Nov. 7, 2017. Surrounded by his family, he addressed his supporters during an election watch party at the Doubletree Hotel in Overland Park. Gerlach defeated former Kansas state Rep. Charlotte O’Hara, a Republican. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Overland Park voters reelected incumbent Mayor Carl Gerlach to a fourth term in office as on Nov. 7, 2017. Surrounded by his family, he addressed his supporters during an election watch party at the Doubletree Hotel in Overland Park. Gerlach defeated former Kansas state Rep. Charlotte O’Hara, a Republican. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

Gerlach re-elected Overland Park mayor

November 07, 2017 09:56 PM

UPDATED November 08, 2017 08:03 AM

More Videos

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens 2:37

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption 1:19

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption

Is Jolie Justus the KC mayor's pick for his replacement? 1:47

Is Jolie Justus the KC mayor's pick for his replacement?

Andy Reid following the Giants’ loss: “There’s a sense of urgency...or there should be” 5:08

Andy Reid following the Giants’ loss: “There’s a sense of urgency...or there should be”

Alex Smith on the 12-9 overtime loss: “You should be focused on every one of these games” 7:37

Alex Smith on the 12-9 overtime loss: “You should be focused on every one of these games”

This 'suicide curve' is the site of numerous violent crashes 1:33

This 'suicide curve' is the site of numerous violent crashes

Travis Kelce: 'Guys gotta start stepping up' 1:04

Travis Kelce: 'Guys gotta start stepping up'

Chiefs' safety Ron Parker: 'We just gotta get our swag back' 0:47

Chiefs' safety Ron Parker: 'We just gotta get our swag back'

Chiefs' Alex Smith after 29-19 win over the Broncos 3:00

Chiefs' Alex Smith after 29-19 win over the Broncos

Chiefs' kicker Harrison Butker says wind wasn't a huge issue for him 1:35

Chiefs' kicker Harrison Butker says wind wasn't a huge issue for him

  • Voters approve one-eighth-cent sales tax for inner-city improvements

    Supporters of a proposed 1/8-cent sales tax for economic development efforts in central Kansas City gathered on Tuesday to watch voting results at Freedom Inc.’s headquarters. Kansas City voters approved the tax that is estimated to raise $8.6 million a year for 10 years to help economic development in the city’s central core.