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  • Kansas City's daily newspaper is admitting to the damage it has done to the city's Black residents, and a survey of voters reveals the news that caught their attention in 2020.
  • From the Standing Rock protests to the European migrant crisis, we explore the stories of faith and values that made headlines in the last year. Then, we…
  • Broken gas main triggers disastrous Plaza fireWitnesses said the explosion shook their homes and businesses blocks away, and spawned flames more vicious…
  • KCI Public Vote Group Falls Short, Tries AgainA neighborhoods-based group that wants a public vote on the future of KCI Airport came up almost 600 short…
  • Turmoil, lawsuit over possible unaccredited KC schools transfersGreen also noted that even though the district has patiently waited for the state to…
  • Concussion lawsuit filed against KC ChiefsFive former Chiefs players sued the team over the long-term effects of football field concussions. Attorney…
  • Court deals heavy blow to red-light cameras.On the day the city council was to vote on changes to save Kansas City's red-light-cameras from one court…
  • Phase II streetcar expansion corridor definedThe city council approved further study of three extension routes for the downtown streetcar system. The…
  • Missouri to honor same-sex joint income tax returnsGov. Jay Nixon announced Thursday that Missouri would honor joint tax returns of same-sex couples who…
  • The Chiefs made it nine in a row. Kansas City won a big convention. And Jackson County turned down the idea of a sales tax for medical research. Those are…
  • A school funding lawsuit by Shawnee Mission District parents survived a dismissal attempt. Kansas City bought four streetcars. And former Congressman Ike…
  • The Chiefs set a record. Phill Kline indefinitely lost his Kansas law license. And a Maryville rape case got national attention, thanks to Kansas City…