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Right here in your city, we have a broad selection of local news organizations and stations reporting on the daily happenings throughout the area, from charity events to crime, and so much more. Everyone has their favorite local news provider, but now you can explore all the local news offerings throughout the region in one convenient location.

Our directory has compiled a full list of local news stations and organizations. We have included the address, phone number, website, and driving directions of each station in the region. When you need to report on a story, learn about upcoming events, or simply want to catch up on the latest news in your community, we make finding the information easier than ever before.

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KCTV
KCTV

4500 Shawnee Mission Pkwy
Fairway, KS 66205   Directions

(913) 677-5555

Website

KMBC
KMBC

6455 Winchester Ave
Kansas City, MO 64133   Directions

(816) 221-9999

Website

59 injured in fire aboard ship at Naval Base San Diego
07/14/2020 3:02am

Firefighters on land, in the air and on the water on Monday were still battling a blaze on a Navy ship that injured at least 21 people and sent smoke billowing over San Diego.

Grant Imahara, host of MythBusters, dies at 49
07/14/2020 12:26am

Grant Imahara, an electrical engineer who co-hosted MythBusters as well as the Netflix show White Rabbit Project, has died. He was 49.

Multiple investigations after social media video of Allentown police kneeling on man sparks protest
07/13/2020 11:51pm

A video of a Pennsylvania police officer kneeling on a man has sparked outrage on social media, a protest and an investigation.

McConnell: No recovery bill without lawsuit protections for 'everyone related to the coronavirus'
07/13/2020 11:05pm

Nobody should have to face an epidemic of lawsuits on the heels of the pandemic that we already have related to the coronavirus, McConnell said.

Former teacher develops mobile website to explore Kansas City
07/13/2020 10:34pm

GoExploreKC offers six tours

KSHB (TV)
KSHB (TV)

4720 Oak St
Kansas City, MO 64112   Directions

(816) 753-4141

Website

Kansas City Business Journal
Kansas City Business Journal

1100 Main St
Kansas City, MO 64105   Directions

(816) 421-5900

Website

Merriam developer expands affordable housing horizons with two Texas projects
07/13/2020 2:50pm

Beyond the two Texas developments, Cohen-Esrey is several months into construction on the Midtown Plaza Apartments on Broadway.

St. Louis contracting company plans to quadruple KC-area workforce
07/13/2020 2:38pm

UPCO, which began pursuing Kansas City-area work in 2016, now plans to expand its footprint in the regional marketplace for electrical and carpentry contracting services.

CBIZ employees come back to a changed office in KC [PHOTOS]
07/13/2020 2:26pm

As workers return to their real-world offices, were on the hunt for photos of how the workspaces you returned to have changed. In particular, we want to see how open-floor plan offices have changed, what your breakrooms and common spaces look like, and where you fit within the changed office landscape.Email photos of your office to me at avoglerbizjournals.com, using the subject line New Office, and we will publish an occasional photo gallery of everyones new workspaces.In addition

Missouri cannabis group's new KC board members defy industry stereotypes
07/13/2020 2:00pm

The Missouri Medical Cannabis Trade Association MoCann added four people from the Kansas City area to its board, each with stereotype-breaking rsums.The new directors from the metro area include a West Point graduate, a former Army Ranger and police officer, a registered nurse and a luxury home builder: Todd Scattini of Green Orchard Labs in Platte City. Scattini is a West Point graduate who earned a masters degree in National Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School. He

Waddell & Reed adds $701M in assets with new affiliated advisers in past month
07/13/2020 1:35pm

Overland Park-based Waddell & Reed Financial Inc. had nine independent financial advisers join its broker-dealer platform in the past month, bringing $701 million in assets with them.The new affiliated financial advisers come from throughout the United States, stretching from New Jersey to Hawaii.The additions come after Waddell & Reed NYSE: WDR reinvigorated its platform, adding technology enhancements, product expansion, increased compensation and wider support with programs such as customized

Kansas City Star
Kansas City Star

1729 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64108   Directions

(877) 962-7527

Website

Told to wear a mask at Kansas City area BBQ restaurant, man in MAGA hat flashes a gun
07/13/2020 4:46pm

Arlo Kinsey was working behind the carryout counter at RJs Bob-Be-Que Shack in Mission last week when a middle-aged man dressed in a red Make America Great Again hat Click to Continue

KC metro adds 186 new COVID-19 cases as KU hospital sees slight uptick in patients
07/13/2020 2:57pm

The Kansas City metropolitan area added 186 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths on Monday. The area encompassing Kansas City and Jackson, Clay and Platte counties in Missouri and Click to Continue

Split by race, county legislators kick the fate of Jackson statues to the voters
07/13/2020 12:25pm

Jackson County voters will decide at the Nov. 3 election whether to remove the statues of President Andrew Jackson from outside the downtown Kansas City courthouse and the Historic Truman Click to Continue

Shawnee Mission cancels in-person graduation. So parents at one school plan their own
07/13/2020 1:00pm

High school seniors this year missed out on spring sports, musicals, prom and more due to the coronavirus pandemic. And in the Shawnee Mission school district, they learned just last Click to Continue

New photo released of suspect car in killing of 4-year-old boy in Kansas City
07/13/2020 12:33pm

Police continue to ask for the publics help in locating any suspects in the death of a 4-year-old who was shot while he slept in Kansas City. The Kansas City Click to Continue

The University News
The University News

5327 Holmes St
Kansas City, MO 64110   Directions

(816) 235-6397

Website

WDAF (TV)
WDAF (TV)

3030 Summit
Kansas City, MO 64108   Directions

(816) 753-4567

Website

Local family shocked after 2-year-old escapes locked house, walks down street before dawn
07/13/2020 10:40pm

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. A metro family is back together after their toddler managed to unlock the front door and leave in the middle of the night. Her parents and a child safety expert explain how you can avoid this happening at your home. Alicia Constant said the sound of 2-year-old daughter saying Mommy will never

Garry’s Forecast: Hottest stretch this year
07/13/2020 10:00pm

One last day without too much humidity but its going to slowly rise here over the next 24 hours. At it sticks with us no pun intended, were going to see our heat index rise well over 100 the next few days. Rain chances are looking a bit more promising on Wednesday, but it may

Eyewitness led KCK police to trail where they found body of missing 3-year-old girl
07/13/2020 6:10pm

If it werent for this alert neighbor working in his yard that morning, Olivia Jansens body may have never been found.

Despite COVID-19, Platte County will keep title of longest running fair west of the Mississippi
07/13/2020 10:51pm

PLATTE CITY, Mo. Its a tradition that dates back to the Civil War. The very first Platte County Fair, held in 1863, will now have some similarities to the fair planned for the weekend of July 24. Just kind of going back to the basics, the way it was 157 years ago, said Rick

Lawrence teachers protest possible return to classrooms next month
07/13/2020 10:50pm

LAWRENCE, Kan. Several teachers stood outside of Lawrence USD 497 School District headquarters Monday evening, protesting the fact they may have to go back to their classrooms during a pandemic. The teachers point out COVID-19 cases arent going down as many school districts hoped they would as theyre making these decisions. Theyre actually going

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