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KCTV
KCTV

4500 Shawnee Mission Pkwy
Fairway, KS 66205   Directions

(913) 677-5555

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KMBC
KMBC

6455 Winchester Ave
Kansas City, MO 64133   Directions

(816) 221-9999

Website

New York just became first state to outlaw cat declawing
07/23/2019 11:16am

This is a real triumph for cats and the people who love them.

Edgerton man charged with inappropriately touching child, using hidden camera
07/23/2019 11:16am

Roger Dean Schimmel to appear in court Tuesday

Photo of Orlando Pride player meeting young fan will melt your heart
07/23/2019 11:00am

A picture of Orlando Pride player Carson Pickett greeting a young fan has gone viral.

Suspected drug dealer reason behind Pence's abrupt cancellation of event in New Hampshire
07/23/2019 10:32am

An employee of the drug recovery center that Vice President Mike Pence abruptly withdrew from visiting agreed to plead guilty last week to federal drug trafficking charges.

Disney worker punched in face by angry Tower of Terror rider
07/23/2019 10:20am

The worker didnt want to press charges and the woman wasnt arrested.

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

Garmin: Why we entered two new markets
07/23/2019 8:19am

Product line expansion remains a top priority for Garmin, according to CEO Cliff Pemble. The leaders of two its business segments explain how the company identifies growth opportunities.

Family-owned bakery cooks up plans for fourth location
07/23/2019 8:14am

McLains Bakery Market is starting to cook up a new location in downtown Shawnee.According to the Shawnee Mission Post, the family-owned bakery have a contract to purchase the former OK Garage property at 5833 Nieman Road and another contract for the Downtown Shawnee Car Wash located at 11004 W. 59th St., which is behind the OK Garage site.The Hirleman family, which bought the McLains business in 2014, plan to invest a minimum of $2.1 million to purchase and renovate the properties into a

Former Raytown school board president faces criminal charge for misusing district funds
07/23/2019 7:42am

The former president of the Raytown Quality Schools Board of Education faces a criminal charge of stealing, according to Fox 4.Kristie L. Collins, of Kansas City, is accused of using a district purchasing card to make fraudulent purchases. She was charged Monday with a felony count of stealing $750 or more in Jackson County District Court.According to a release from the Jackson County Prosecutors Office, an audit undertaken by the school board documented more than $4,300 in unauthorized or

JoCo jury awards $2M to man injured by semi on I-35
07/23/2019 7:12am

Four years after being hurt during an unusual accident on Interstate 35, a Riverside man was awarded $2.044 million by a jury in Johnson County District Court, The Kansas City Star reports.Michael Whitt was injured when a tractor-trailer backed into his car on I-35 near 75th Street on July 15, 2015. The crash occurred during a thunderstorm when a truck driver working for Chicago-based GDS Express Inc. reversed into Whitts SUV, causing the airbag to deploy and spinning the car until it faced the

Google considers Northland for $600M data center
07/22/2019 4:09pm

Google has tentative plans for a $600 million data center in the Northland. The news was announced Monday at Port KCs board meeting, where the board approved a resolution authorizing Port KC to issue bonds for the project. The center would be on a 78-acre site within Hunt Midwest Business Center. Google, part of Alphabet Inc. Nasdaq: GOOG, has not finalized plans to build the center in Kansas City, sources told the Kansas City Business Journal.This is not a commitment from Google

Kansas City Star
Kansas City Star

1729 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64108   Directions

(877) 962-7527

Website

120,000 Missourians lost Medicaid after software switch. Lawmakers want to know why
07/23/2019 5:00am

Missouri Democrats are calling for legislative investigations to find out why 120,000 people have fallen off the states Medicaid rolls since January 2018. Republican Gov. Mike Parsons administration has given Click to Continue

Group founded by former Obama official files lawsuit for Mike Pompeo’s emails
07/23/2019 10:40am

A watchdog group founded by a former Obama administration attorney filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the CIA and State Department for Secretary of State Mike Pompeos emails. American Oversight Click to Continue

If Kathleen Sebelius won’t run for U.S. Senate in 2020, Kansas Democrats can’t win
07/23/2019 5:00am

Are Kansas Democrats getting ready to walk away from the 2020 Senate race, handing the seat to the Republican nominee That sure looks possible. Ive reached that conclusion after chatting Click to Continue

Man hurt by semi backing up on I-35 in Johnson County won $2 million in lawsuit
07/23/2019 5:00am

A Johnson County jury awarded more than $2 million to a man injured by a tractor-trailer that backed up on Interstate 35 during a thunderstorm four years ago, according to Click to Continue

‘Very concerning’: Rep. Cleaver seeks info about ICE arrest of man in Kansas City
07/22/2019 9:49pm

U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver expressed concern Monday after an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent broke out a Kansas City mans car window with his two children in the backseat and 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

Authorities reportedly make arrest in connection to death of Ole Miss student from Missouri
07/23/2019 11:26am

LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Miss. Authorities in Lafayette County, Mississippi have arrested some in connection to the death of a 21-year-old Ole Miss student who was found dead over the weekend, WREG is reporting. The woman, Alexandria Ally Kostial, was from St. Louis. The suspect, who has not formally been charged, is from Texas, according to WREG. The Lafayette County Sheriffs Department told KTVI that they found Kostials body while on patrol 20 miles from the Ole Miss campus in Harmontown,

Sporting KC to drop Season Ticket Member prices, introduce mobile concessions
07/23/2019 11:06am

There will be a decrease in price for Season Ticket Members in the South Stand and Members Stand for the 2020 season, President and CEO Jake Reid said.

Kansas City Chiefs kick off 2019 Training Camp in St. Joseph
07/23/2019 10:36am

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. Chiefs Kingdom, football is back Rookies and quarterbacks will soon be arriving at Missouri Western State Universitys Mosaic Training Fields in St. Joseph, Missouri to kick of the Chiefs 2019 Training Camp. The first practice open to the public will be held at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Theres a $5 admission fee to get in that first day, and also on Sunday, July 28, and Saturday, Aug. 3. Otherwise, practices are free to attend. But

Electric pickup trucks: Ford shows prototype F-150 by towing a freight train
07/23/2019 10:21am

Ford has not said when it plans to begin production of the fully electric F-150, but a hybrid version of the truck will go on sale next year.

President Trump’s administration proposal could kick millions off food stamps, require more to work for benefits
07/23/2019 10:07am

WASHINGTON The Trump administrationwants to tighten the rules governing who qualifies for food stamps, which could end up stripping more than 3 million people of their benefits. The Agriculture Department issued a proposed rule Tuesday that curtails so-called broad-based categorical eligibility, which makes it easier for Americans with somewhat higher incomes and more savings to participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, the formal name for food stamps. It is the administrations latest step to clamp down

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