Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon spoke with The Kansas City Star's editorial board in July on a wide range of topics. Here's what he had to say about Ferguson, one year later... (Video by Steve Paul and Monty Davis | Photographs from the Kansas City Star archives)
Ferguson now and then
Rene Perla, senior at K-State, discusses KCI airport
Emails show Donald Trump Jr. arranging meeting for dirt on Clinton from Russians
Moran discusses the importance of health care to rural communities
Mayor Sly James responds to question about renaming J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain
Jackson County jail target of early morning search
ABC's Matthew Dowd discusses detachment from political parties with The Star's Editorial Board
Meet the Editorial Board: Colleen McCain Nelson
Political cartoonists draw their versions of Trump's inauguration
Facebook smiled on Kansas City man's White House bid as Libertarian candidate
Donald Trump Jr. released an email chain on Tuesday that shows him discussing plans to hear damaging information on Hillary Clinton. In a statement, he said was posting the emails "in order to be totally transparent."
If you're a Midwestern political cartoonist, you are preparing for a interesting ride today as Donald Trump becomes the next president of the United States. McClatchy cartoonists Glenn McCoy, of the Belleville News-Democrat, and Lee Judge, of the Kansas City Star, explain their approaches to the same topic, the Trump inauguration, and let us peek over their shoulders as they draw their cartoons. They occasionally will do the same topic and welcome your suggestions for a shared theme.
In a holiday tradition on the Kansas City Star's editorial page, the Star's resident versifier, Don Munday, offers up a poem looking back at the year that's ending. Here's his look back at the championship year of 2015.
Dr. Bridget McCandless, president and CEO of the Health Care Foundation, and Gretchen Kunkel, with KC Healthy Kids, talk about trauma-informed care with The Kansas City Star's editorial board. Video by Steve Paul.
Star Editorial Board members Colleen McCain Nelson and Dave Helling talked with Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward, a former Sedgwick County assistant district attorney and Wichita city council member, on a Facebook Live broadcast Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. Ward announced his candidacy for Kansas governor in August. In this clip, Ward described himself as a fighter for Kansas and discussed the different roles of a state House leader and the governor’s office.