Bravo’s “Welcome to Waverly” is about 7 urban professionals spending six weeks in small-town Waverly, Kan., about 90 minutes from Kansas City. The shows explores divides, like coastal vs. middle of the country.
The Missouri Republican Party sent mailers to 10,000 voters across the state with false information about when their absentee ballots are due. The mailers have a red bar across the top that says “urgent notice.”
Radio ads running in Kansas City, Missouri, urge black voters to support Republican Josh Hawley, saying ‘white Democrats’ like Sen. Claire McCaskill ‘doesn’t want our babies’ and ‘will be lynching black folk again.’
The KC Chiefs added wide receiver Sammy Watkins as a free agent this offseason. So far, he’s been cast in a supporting role, and he’s taken that in stride, which is a far cry from the Watkins of years past.
It’s an argument that’s raged since the Royals left 22nd and Brooklyn after the 1972 season. But not much has happened in the year since news broke that Kansas City was studying downtown baseball stadium sites.
The Overland Park man driving a boat when it slammed into a Lake of the Ozarks bluff was legally intoxicated at the time of the crash, tests show. The May 19 crash killed three Johnson County residents and injured two.
Construction jobs at Kansas City International Airport mean the regional economy will outpace the rest of the nation in coming years. Still, it masks the many ways the area lags in comparison to peer markets.
Missouri Republican Senate nominee Josh Hawley’s attacks on Sen. Claire McCaskill at Thursday’s debate in St. Louis were so nonstop that she gave up on answering all of them. If she had, we’d still be there.
A Jackson County, Missouri, judge denied a motion to vacate the murder conviction of a Raytown man after finding no evidence that prosecutors failed to provide access to a video he argued showed self-defense.
Stephen L. Hill Jr., former U.S. Attorney who prosecuted the Myron Piggie recruiting case, gives insight into how the Kansas men’s basketball team might deal with potential NCAA violations after the Adidas trial ends.