More Videos

A quick look at some KC music venues 3:12

A quick look at some KC music venues

Mother of slain daughter reacts to arrests in Lawrence shooting 2:12

Mother of slain daughter reacts to arrests in Lawrence shooting

David Beaty's opening comments on facing TCU 1:13

David Beaty's opening comments on facing TCU

Watch as a deer narrowly avoids collision with two cross-country runners 0:22

Watch as a deer narrowly avoids collision with two cross-country runners

A look back to 2012: The last time KU and Mizzou met on the hardwood 1:11

A look back to 2012: The last time KU and Mizzou met on the hardwood

Gary Pinkel’s house has a lot of football stories 4:06

Gary Pinkel’s house has a lot of football stories

Local groups step in when national dollars for marketplace insurance ads cut.
0:31

Local groups step in when national dollars for marketplace insurance ads cut.

Andy Reid on Tyreek’s injury status, C.J. Spiller and the short week before Oakland 2:35

Andy Reid on Tyreek’s injury status, C.J. Spiller and the short week before Oakland

FBI: Hang up on callers claiming to have kidnapped loved ones 1:06

FBI: Hang up on callers claiming to have kidnapped loved ones

Jackson County's change in assessing Country Club Plaza shorts KC schools 1:19

Jackson County's change in assessing Country Club Plaza shorts KC schools

  • Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens joins KC peace march

    Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens walked with parishioners and citizens concerned with the violence in Kansas City, Mo. Greitens spoke before the march inside the Metropolitan AME Zion Church at 2828 Prospect Avenue.

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens walked with parishioners and citizens concerned with the violence in Kansas City, Mo. Greitens spoke before the march inside the Metropolitan AME Zion Church at 2828 Prospect Avenue. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens walked with parishioners and citizens concerned with the violence in Kansas City, Mo. Greitens spoke before the march inside the Metropolitan AME Zion Church at 2828 Prospect Avenue. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Steve Kraske: Gov. Eric Greitens remains big on image, weak on policy

March 13, 2017 8:30 PM

More Videos

A quick look at some KC music venues 3:12

A quick look at some KC music venues

Mother of slain daughter reacts to arrests in Lawrence shooting 2:12

Mother of slain daughter reacts to arrests in Lawrence shooting

David Beaty's opening comments on facing TCU 1:13

David Beaty's opening comments on facing TCU

Watch as a deer narrowly avoids collision with two cross-country runners 0:22

Watch as a deer narrowly avoids collision with two cross-country runners

A look back to 2012: The last time KU and Mizzou met on the hardwood 1:11

A look back to 2012: The last time KU and Mizzou met on the hardwood

Gary Pinkel’s house has a lot of football stories 4:06

Gary Pinkel’s house has a lot of football stories

Local groups step in when national dollars for marketplace insurance ads cut.
0:31

Local groups step in when national dollars for marketplace insurance ads cut.

Andy Reid on Tyreek’s injury status, C.J. Spiller and the short week before Oakland 2:35

Andy Reid on Tyreek’s injury status, C.J. Spiller and the short week before Oakland

FBI: Hang up on callers claiming to have kidnapped loved ones 1:06

FBI: Hang up on callers claiming to have kidnapped loved ones

Jackson County's change in assessing Country Club Plaza shorts KC schools 1:19

Jackson County's change in assessing Country Club Plaza shorts KC schools

  • The Star's editorial board Facebook Live with Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley

    The Star’s editorial board members chatted with Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley about the opioid crisis and new abortion legislation during a Facebook Live show Monday afternoon.