We've been through a half a year of coronavirus in Kansas City. It's time to take stock of major changes and subtle shifts in lives of real people here in town, starting with the real people you hear on the radio.
Host Steve Kraske brings you conversations about the most pressing issues affecting the Kansas City metro, each morning at 9 a.m.
A project started by employers in Indiana who wanted to compare costs among hospitals has grown to include 49 states. Hospitals dispute their findings.
The mother of teen John Albers, who was shot by police in 2018, was stunned to learn of the federal investigation but is hopeful.
Little Stranger Church is the oldest wooden church in Kansas. It was shuttered at the height of the Spanish influenza pandemic in 1919. During COVID-19, work on the church accelerated and people are already asking about holding weddings there again.
Longtime Royals Star Alex Gordon will be remembered for hitting the ninth-inning home run that tied Game One, but the fan favorite garnered accolades for his performance on the field and off.
The county also looks to be on pace to top a record it just set in August: the most requests for mail-in ballots.
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