More Videos

Eric Berry delivers message to teammates prior to facing the Oakland Raiders 0:28

Eric Berry delivers message to teammates prior to facing the Oakland Raiders

Chiefs' Terrance Mitchell: 'Having Eric Berry out there is like having another coach' 0:27

Chiefs' Terrance Mitchell: 'Having Eric Berry out there is like having another coach'

Chiefs' Derrick Johnson: 'Eric Berry is an inspiration on and off the field' 0:36

Chiefs' Derrick Johnson: 'Eric Berry is an inspiration on and off the field'

Royals' Danny Duffy after DUI citation: 'Please continue to have faith in me' 2:21

Royals' Danny Duffy after DUI citation: 'Please continue to have faith in me'

KC homeowner gets his mail from the Dark Side 1:29

KC homeowner gets his mail from the Dark Side

The rise and fall of the 2017 Kansas City Chiefs 1:23

The rise and fall of the 2017 Kansas City Chiefs

KU coach Bill Self says Jayhawks' toughness 'disappointing' in loss to Arizona State 1:21

KU coach Bill Self says Jayhawks' toughness 'disappointing' in loss to Arizona State

Marcus Peters' meltdowns this season 1:49

Marcus Peters' meltdowns this season

Andy Reid is pleased with the Chiefs 26-15 win over the Oakland Raiders 3:31

Andy Reid is pleased with the Chiefs 26-15 win over the Oakland Raiders

Facebook Live To Go: Terez and the A-Team on Marcus Peters 16:57

Facebook Live To Go: Terez and the A-Team on Marcus Peters

  • Miriam Burns Horn: Trailblazing golfer "had an aura about her"

    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.

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. Vahe Gregorian The Kansas City Star
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. Vahe Gregorian The Kansas City Star

The magic and mystery of the best local golfer you never heard of: Miriam Burns

April 29, 2017 06:17 PM

UPDATED May 01, 2017 09:04 AM

More Videos

Eric Berry delivers message to teammates prior to facing the Oakland Raiders 0:28

Eric Berry delivers message to teammates prior to facing the Oakland Raiders

Chiefs' Terrance Mitchell: 'Having Eric Berry out there is like having another coach' 0:27

Chiefs' Terrance Mitchell: 'Having Eric Berry out there is like having another coach'

Chiefs' Derrick Johnson: 'Eric Berry is an inspiration on and off the field' 0:36

Chiefs' Derrick Johnson: 'Eric Berry is an inspiration on and off the field'

Royals' Danny Duffy after DUI citation: 'Please continue to have faith in me' 2:21

Royals' Danny Duffy after DUI citation: 'Please continue to have faith in me'

KC homeowner gets his mail from the Dark Side 1:29

KC homeowner gets his mail from the Dark Side

The rise and fall of the 2017 Kansas City Chiefs 1:23

The rise and fall of the 2017 Kansas City Chiefs

KU coach Bill Self says Jayhawks' toughness 'disappointing' in loss to Arizona State 1:21

KU coach Bill Self says Jayhawks' toughness 'disappointing' in loss to Arizona State

Marcus Peters' meltdowns this season 1:49

Marcus Peters' meltdowns this season

Andy Reid is pleased with the Chiefs 26-15 win over the Oakland Raiders 3:31

Andy Reid is pleased with the Chiefs 26-15 win over the Oakland Raiders

Facebook Live To Go: Terez and the A-Team on Marcus Peters 16:57

Facebook Live To Go: Terez and the A-Team on Marcus Peters

  • Meet Grim, Shawnee PD's K9 dog from Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's charity

    Shawnee Poloce Department Chief of Police Rob Moser grew up as a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. When he heard of Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's charity foundation giving away a K9 dog to police departments where the Steelers play road games, Moser applied and received Grim, a Belgian Malinois, in 2015.