Jonathan Butler and other members of Concerned Student 1950 hold a news conference on the University of Missouri campus. Earlier Monday, Tim Wolfe, president of the university system, resigned from his position amid racial tensions. Butler, a 25-year-old
Representatives of Kansas City-area fire departments on Wednesday announced the launch of the PulsePoint mobile phone application on Wednesday at Union Station in Kansas City. The free app alerts users when someone nearby suffers sudden cardiac arrest and instructs how to provide CPR before first responders arrive. The app will cover all of Johnson and Wyandotte counties and parts of Clay, Platte, Jackson and Miami counties.
U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder, an Overland Park Republican, fields a question about how he can trust President Donald Trump on big things if he lies about small things. Yoder faces boos when he brings up former President Barack Obama.
Kansas City Star Chiefs beat writer Terez Paylor spoke with Chiefs rookie running back Kareem Hunt live on Facebook after Wednesday's practice at the Arrowhead Stadium practice facility. Terez also spoke with Blair Kerkhoff of The Star about the progress of the team's 2017 draft picks.
U.S. House Representative Kevin Yoder tackled many diverse questions and topics including President Trump, health care, tax reform and etc.during a town hall meeting hosted by The Star at Olathe City Hall Tuesday night.
U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder, a Kansas Republican, answered questions on a variety of topics on Tuesday before a town hall meeting at Olathe City Hall. The town hall was hosted by The Kansas City Star’s editorial board.
Due to forearm tightness, Royals closer Kelvin Herrera exited a 3-2 game and left the bases loaded for Scott Alexander. Alexander recorded his first save in the win over the Rockies on Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium.