In a handwritten letter given to Melinda Henneberger, Jackline Budu writes: "Noeleen is the daughter to childless elderly people and a mother to the motherless children, a friend to the loneliest people and a faithful woman."
Damage to the Buck O’Neil Research and Education Center is still being assessed after the structure was vandalized. But community leaders should use the incident as an opportunity to further galvanize around a baseball legend.
Kansas City immigration attorney Jessica Piedra and advocate Raiza Guevar of the immigrant-rights group Cosecha KC speak. The group organized Sunday's rally on the Plaza against the separation of families as part of Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy.
Star Editorial Board members Dave Helling and Melinda Henneberger talked with Brent Welder, a Democratic candidate for Kansas’ 3rd Congressional District on Wed., April 25, 2018. In this excerpt, Welder discusses his electability.
Star Editorial Board members Colleen McCain Nelson and Dave Helling talked with novelist and UMKC assistant professor Whitney Terrell on Facebook Live Wednesday, Mar. 7, 2018. In this excerpt, Terrell, whose first two novels touched on historical
Deval Patrick, former governor of Massachusetts and now a managing director of Bain Capital Double Impact, was the featured speaker at this American Public Square event, held Thursday, Mar. 1, 2018 at the Community of Christ Auditorium in Independ
Star Editorial Board members Colleen McCain Nelson and Melinda Henneberger talked with former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick on Facebook Live Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018. In this excerpt, Gov. Patrick reflects on the gun debate in the wake of t
At the Environmental Protection Agency's listening session in Kansas City Wednesday, Kansas City's mayor explains why he and other cities' officials support continuing the Obama administration's policy.
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