In 1927, Miriam Burns Horn became the Kansas City area's first known major national champion when she won the women's golf title. Her mesmerizing portrait is the centerpiece entering the dining room at Milburn Country Club as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. Milburn GM Tim Mervosh explains its significance.
Chris Harris, executive director of Midtown Family Activities Center at Harris Park is starting to convert his empty lots near 40th street and Wayne Avenue into a nine-hole putting green for neighborhood children to enjoy.
Tom Watson and George Brett spoke of the importance for finding a cure for ALS, which took the lives of people close to them. They spoke before the Joe McGuff ALS Golf Classic on Monday at LionsGate in Overland Park. The event, named for the former KC Star editor and sports editor, raises money for the Keith Worthington chapter of the ALS Association.
New Missouri men's basketball coach Cuonzo Martin and first-year Tigers athletic director Jim Sterk discuss the startling change of fortunes for a program that went 8–24 last season but has awakened the Mizzou fan base with a strong two months on the recruiting trail.
One teenager died after a driver heading eastbound on Troup Avenue at North 13th Street in Kansas City, Kan., on Jan. 30, 2015, struck four teens. KCK activist Tamika Pledger was charged with involuntary manslaughter and three counts of aggravated battery after allegedly running her car into the group of teens.
Drone video captures a a killer whale known as Emma and her family group approaching and harassing a blue whale on Thursday, May 18, 2017, in the Monterey Bay. The giant blue, a species easily startled by killer whales, immediately makes a huge splash then flees at top speed, escaping to safer waters.