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As part of its Vision Zero plan, Kansas City recently received a $25,000 grant to build more street art installations to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
Three jurors from Politte trial ask Missouri Supreme Court to overturn conviction: ‘Michael is innocent’
A Prairie Village apartment is kicking out elderly renters. Experts say that happens across Kansas City
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The former Republican U.S. senator from Missouri talks about President Biden, the Jan. 6 insurrection, Donald Trump and Josh Hawley.
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Las escuelas públicas de Kansas City solicitan la opinión de la comunidad sobre cómo mejorar en los próximos 10 añosMientras se enfrentan a la disminución en la matrícula escolar, a edificios en decadencia y a laboratorios de ciencias sin lavabos, las Escuelas Públicas de Kansas City piden la opinión de los estudiantes, el personal y los residentes mientras planifican el futuro.
The Kansas City Museum will reopen to the public on Oct. 21, after a $22 million renovation project. The Beaux-Arts style mansion was the scene of a fundraiser last month hosted by the Kansas City Museum Foundation to celebrate its new look.
Artist Edgar Heap of Birds' "Native Hosts" was vandalized and stolen last month from the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. It was re-installed this week — an achievement highlighted by speakers and musicians.
John Deere workers walked off the job after the United Auto Workers union failed to negotiate a six-year contract with the tractor maker.
El martes, la Primera Dama Jill Biden visitó la Academia El Centro en Kansas City, Kansas, para escuchar las historias de los residentes latinos como parte de su gira de aprendizaje por la celebración del Mes de la Herencia Hispana.
Kansas City, Kansas, police open museum even as news surfaces of federal probe into former detectiveCNN is reporting, and Kansas City, Kansas, officials confirm, that federal prosecutors are investigating now-retired KCK police detective Roger Golubski. He partnered with the one-time police chief behind the museum effort.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch discovered a flaw that exposed Social Security numbers for more than 100,000 Missouri teachers and alerted the state before publishing its findings, but the state is calling the act an unauthorized hack.
Local advocates say that for every five employers who contact agencies with job openings, only one is accessible by public transportation.
While hospital leaders say there are many reasons to be optimistic, there are still obstacles looming for hospital leaders in Missouri amid Medicaid expansion.
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