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4500 Shawnee Mission Pkwy
Fairway, KS 66205   Directions

(913) 677-5555




6455 Winchester Ave
Kansas City, MO 64133   Directions

(816) 221-9999


'Conversation with the Candidate' with John Delaney: Part 2
03/12/2019 10:54am

See a more traditional town-hall style format where the voters primarily ask questions of the candidate.

'Conversation with the Candidate' with John Delaney: Online exclusive
03/12/2019 10:55am

See a continued question-and-answer segment involving Delaney and the voters.

Delaney calls capitalism vs. socialism discussion a 'distraction'
03/12/2019 10:55am

Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney answered questions from voters Tuesday in New Hampshire.

'Conversation with the Candidate' with John Delaney: Part 1
03/12/2019 10:55am

See Delaneys biography and learn more about his background.

Spiritual author turned presidential candidate Marianne Williamson says she has practical experience
03/22/2019 10:54am

Im a very practical woman. I dont just talk. You dont see me in cut velvet. Im not just pink paint and crystals. Im into getting things done, she said.



4720 Oak St
Kansas City, MO 64112   Directions

(816) 753-4141


Kansas City Business Journal

Kansas City Business Journal

1100 Main St
Kansas City, MO 64105   Directions

(816) 421-5900


KCI's groundbreaking celebrates $1.5B project soaring over hurdles
03/25/2019 3:02pm

A long and turbulent journey couldnt stop the single-terminal $1.5 billion renovation of Kansas City International Airport. As city and project officials broke ground Monday on what is set to be one of the largest and most significant projects in Kansas Citys history, they reflected on the path to get shovels in the ground and looked ahead toward the completion of the four-year project at KCI Code: MCI. What a great day for Kansas City, and what a thrill for this project to be visibly

Country Club Bank’s M&A niche separates it from the herd
03/25/2019 2:56pm

One thing separating Country Club Bank from the other 122 bank brands in the Kansas City area is a mergers and acquisitions practice that produced record revenue in 2018.

OP startup disrupts market with commercial appraisal software
03/25/2019 2:26pm

Realquantums software helps appraisers increase productivity and have higher accuracy with their reports. Co-founders Jeff Weiner and Mark Davis share the details and where the startup is headed.

Area’s largest private company sees $1B drop in revenue
03/25/2019 7:50am

Dairy Farmers of Americas net sales last year were off $1 billion from the previous year.The Kansas City, Kan., cooperative reported net sales of $13.6 billion in 2018, compared with $14.7 billion the previous year. DFAs net income for 2018 was $108.5 million, down from $127.4 million in 2017.Lower milk prices were responsible for the financial declines, DFA officials said in a release. The U.S. milk price averaged $16.20 per hundredweight 100 pounds of milk last year, down roughly $1.45

One (maybe two) of the world’s top soccer clubs will play in KC
03/25/2019 7:42am

At least one of the worlds best-known soccer teams will play in Kansas City this summer.German club Bayern Munich will play at Arrowhead Stadium as part of a U.S. exhibition tour, reported. It cited Kansas City Chiefs Owner Clark Hunt as its source.Details of the match, including the opponent, are to be announced Wednesday on Bayern Munichs website. The website says the club will take on top-class opposition as part of the International Champions Cup.Bayern Munich

Kansas City Star

Kansas City Star

1729 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64108   Directions

(877) 962-7527


‘Wheels up, Kansas City’: Mayor, city leaders break ground for KCI terminal
03/25/2019 5:39pm

Kansas City is no longer an understudy to anybody, Mayor Sly James told hundreds of community, civic, political and business leaders who gathered Monday to celebrate a groundbreaking for the Click to Continue

Gov. Laura Kelly vetoes Republican tax bill. Will lawmakers override her?
03/25/2019 1:34pm

Gov. Laura Kelly issued her first veto Monday, for a bill that could affect the income taxes or grocery bills of nearly every Kansan. The GOP-controlled Legislature must now decide Click to Continue

Video shows former Lawrence police officer shoot driver during May 29 traffic stop
03/25/2019 4:41pm

Police dash cam video released Monday shows a driver wrestle a Lawrence police officer to the ground and fight him before being shot in the back by another officer during Click to Continue

Kansas House tentatively approves requirement to notify women of ‘reversible’ abortions
03/25/2019 1:15pm

The Kansas House of Representatives gave first-round approval on Monday to a bill that would require health care providers to notify women that certain abortions are reversible. Pro-choice advocates vehemently Click to Continue

Real ID-compliant licenses now available in Missouri
03/25/2019 11:35am

The Missouri Department of Revenue on Monday began offering Real ID-compliant drivers licenses and non-driver identification, which will be required under federal law to board planes and enter some federally Click to Continue

The University News

The University News

5327 Holmes St
Kansas City, MO 64110   Directions

(816) 235-6397




3030 Summit
Kansas City, MO 64108   Directions

(816) 753-4567


After alleged neglect at care facility, injured veteran’s family says he deserves better
03/25/2019 10:56pm

RAYMORE, Mo. Bradick Barrett served two tours of duty in Iraq, but it was only after he was back home in Missouri that his sisters started fearing for his safety. Hes completely reliant for his every need, his sister Aylica Beach said, referring to the traumatic brain injury he suffered after being hit by a car in Kansas City. Because he needed round-the-clock care, his family moved him to Redwood of Raymore, a long-term care facility. Beach said his

‘Eyes on the ground’: Dozens gather for spotter training ahead of spring storm season
03/25/2019 10:44pm

LIBERTY, Mo. Theyre typically the ones who get the first glimpse or the first incredible video of a tornado, golf ball-sized hail or spectacular lighting strikes when bad weather strikes a community. I really do like being ready for emergencies, said Cathy Gabel of Trimble, Missouri. Two years ago, an EF-2 tornado ripped through the Smithville area, destroying homes and businesses and leaving behind massive damage. The big storm caused $40,000 damage to Gabels home. Ironically, that day Gabel was

‘That is a monster!’ Massive alligator stops play at Georgia golf course
03/25/2019 10:07pm

SAVANNAH, Ga. A hulking alligator took over the green on the 17th hole of a Southeast Georgia golf club Sunday. The lumbering reptile played through at Savannah Harbor Club on Hutchinson Island as golfer Ed Vance recorded with his cellphone. I will always remember the sound of his feet when he was walking on the green, Vance told The Island Packet. The video doesnt pick it up, but the thud, thud, thud sound was what you would think a

As flood water slowly recedes in Craig, KC rescue works to save animals left behind
03/25/2019 9:57pm

CRAIG, Mo. Monday was the first day people living in Craig were able to access the town by road and although very few residents have returned, there was a metro group working to save some of the animals left behind. Danielle Reno is the CEO of Unleashed Pet Rescue. The Mission-based nonprofit saves about 5,000 animals every year and also responds to disasters. Its disastrous, Reno said, referring to the flooding. Words cant describe it. Reno and her group

Joe’s Forecast: Warmer…windy and stormy
03/25/2019 9:57pm

A spring and winter weather regime will be settling into the Plains over the next 7 dayswith a dramatic warm-up expected starting Wednesday followed by MUCH colder weather over the weekend along with a hard freeze Sunday morning. Storms are possible too later this week Weve all taken shots at a local TV meteorologist at one point or another, and weve certainly seen your comments on social media. Just why is it so difficult to figure out how much snow

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