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KCTV

KCTV

4500 Shawnee Mission Pkwy
Fairway, KS 66205   Directions

(913) 677-5555


KMBC

KMBC

6455 Winchester Ave
Kansas City, MO 64133   Directions

(816) 221-9999


Top 9 Royals Moments: Moose sets home run record
03/29/2018 8:30am

Mike Moustakas 2017 season was one for record books

Top 9 Royals Moments: Kauffman Stadium opens
03/29/2018 6:30am

Kauffman Stadium opened as Royals Stadium in 1973

Your disgusting shower head could make you sick
11/15/2018 6:02pm

Heres some news that might make your next shower a little less relaxing.

Man shouts 'Heil Hitler' during 'Fiddler on the Roof' show
11/15/2018 5:50pm

An audience member says a man interrupted a performance of Fiddler on the Roof in Baltimore with a pro-Nazi and pro-Trump salute.

The biggest 2018 Thanksgiving trend is tiny turkeys
11/15/2018 5:43pm

Would you serve a tiny turkey at your Thanksgiving

KSHB (TV)

KSHB (TV)

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


Bardavon Health lands millions to fund nationwide expansion
11/15/2018 4:38pm

Bardavon Health Innovations LLC said Thursday that it has raised $15 million to fund a nationwide expansion.The Overland Park-based health data company said that NewRoad Capital Partners led the new financing round. Bardavon will use the money to expand from 21 states to the rest of the country.Bardavon was founded by Matt Condon in 2014 to collect and provide information to guide treatment of workers compensation patients. He said the company now has 115 employees, with all but a dozen or so

Airport committee hears calls to move forward with KCI, Edgemoor
11/15/2018 3:04pm

The Kansas City Councils Airport Committee received a clear message on Thursday: Its time to move forward with the nearly $2 billion single-terminal airport project at Kansas City International Airport.The committee opened a discussion on an ordinance to approve documents that are needed before project developer Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate can start work.In a chamber packed with community members wearing betterKCI stickers in support of Edgemoor, more than 20 people offered

Greater KC Restaurant Association announces company, restaurateurs of the year
11/15/2018 2:59pm

The owners of Jess & Jims Steakhouse in Kansas City are receiving one of the highest honors from the Greater Kansas City Restaurant Association: Restaurateurs of the Year.Brothers David and Mike Van Noy, who also own RCs Restaurant, grew up in the business. A cousin hired their father R.C. Van Noy to work at the restaurant when his business partner Jess Kincaid left to start a family. R.C. Van Noy later opened RCs Restaurant in 1973, which specializes in fried chicken.Jess & Jims has collected

Fox joins BKD as partner after years spent as a competitor
11/15/2018 2:33pm

Julee Fox has joined BKD LLPs Kansas City office after 15 years at a partner with a competing firm.BKD announced that Fox had joined the firm as a direct-admit partner as of Thursday. She will serve on the firms financial services group, and support manufacturing and employee benefit plan audit practices, according to a release.Abe Cole, managing partner of BKDs Kansas City office, was not immediately available for comment. But in a release, Cole said he had developed a high level of respect

Big Slick will go really big in 2019, 'aiming high' for celeb guests
11/15/2018 2:28pm

Big Slick will more than triple the size of its annual Saturday night auction and party in 2019, according to a Thursday release. In honor of the events 10th anniversary the June 8 auction and marquee party will be moved from the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland to the Sprint Center. Capacity for the event will rise from 1,500 to 5,000.When we were talking about year 10 and how to make year 10 different and bigger, the idea of how can we include more people from Kansas City was definitely

Kansas City Star

Kansas City Star

1729 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64108   Directions

(877) 962-7527


Airlines hit snag in negotiations to fund single terminal rebuild of KCI
11/15/2018 3:48pm

As airlines negotiate an agreement to fund the new single terminal at Kansas City International Airport, two smaller carriers are protesting the increased price tag and the current plan to Click to Continue

Kansas’ next governor says job protections for teachers should be restored statewide
11/15/2018 3:57pm

Kansas Gov.-elect Laura Kelly said she would welcome a bill to again provide thousands of public school teachers with statewide due process protections that were eliminated years ago. During an Click to Continue

Mother of Grain Valley teen who burned to death in 2016 car crash sues automaker GM
11/15/2018 12:10pm

The mother of a Grain Valley teenager who burned to death in a fiery car wreck in 2016 has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against General Motors, saying the car Click to Continue

Brace yourself for a cold weekend in the Kansas City area, and possibly snow
11/15/2018 11:32am

Dont let the next few days of near-normal temperatures in the Kansas City area lull you into a false sense of security. Winter weather is coming again. Temperatures will tumble Click to Continue

Missouri auditor begins review of Jackson County finances, starts with anti-crime tax
11/15/2018 1:39pm

Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway announced Thursday that shes started her long-awaited review of Jackson County governments finances and operations. Jackson County Executive Frank White first asked for Galloways assistance last Click to Continue

The University News

The University News

5327 Holmes St
Kansas City, MO 64110   Directions

(816) 235-6397


WDAF (TV)

WDAF (TV)

3030 Summit
Kansas City, MO 64108   Directions

(816) 753-4567


‘They are not alone’: Metro teacher offering bullied students an escorted ride to school
11/15/2018 5:58pm

LEAVENWORTH, Kan. Its no secret that bullying is a big problem across the nation and here in the metro. Now, one metro high school instructor is using his passion for cars to stand up against bullying. Anna and Chris Bergen organized the Ride for Derrin after watching the now viral video of an Independence teen beaten and bullied with a gun pointed at his head. My favorite part of the day was when he got on the megaphone and

Leavenworth County commissioner tells black woman he belongs to ‘master race’
11/15/2018 4:58pm

LEAVENWORTH, Kan. A Leavenworth County commissioner is being asked to resign after telling a black woman he belongs to a master race. Leavenworth County Commissioner Louis Klempmade the comment that many are calling racist on Tuesday in response to a presentation by Triveece Penelton on road development options in Tonganoxie. Klemp wasnt happy with the options Penelton and a colleague presented at the meeting. I dont want you to think Im picking on you because were part of the

‘Rabid’ raccoons turn out to be drunk on fermented crabapples
11/15/2018 4:41pm

MILTON, W.Va. Raccoons that were apparently drunk on crabapples caused a false rabies scare in West Virginia. The Milton Police Department said on Facebook that theyve had calls on suspected rabid raccoons twice over the past two days. But now, it appears that the animals did not have rabies and were just drunk on fermented crabapples. Police caught two of the raccoons and released them back into the wild after allowing them to sober up, according to the Washington

73-year-old was worried about the meth she was smoking, so she took it to her doctor
11/15/2018 4:31pm

POLK COUNTY, Fla. An elderly woman is accused of taking her methamphetamine to the doctor for testing after she became concerned about the drugs effect on her. Barbara Lee Ray, 73, of Polk County, Fla., asked her doctor to test the meth because she was worried it was doing harm, the Miami Herald reported. Ray had been using the drug for about a month, but it remains uncertain where she got it or why she was smoking it, according

Couple, homeless man accused of setting up GoFundMe campaign ‘predicated on a lie’
11/15/2018 3:40pm

A New Jersey couple and a homeless man have been accused of making up a feel-good story that raised more than $400,000 through GoFundMe. The couple, Kate McClure and Mark DAmico, and the man, Johnny Bobbitt Jr., face charges of second-degree theft by deception and conspiracy to commit theft by deception, Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina said Thursday. The couple had said they met Bobbitt when he gave his last $20 to McClure, who was stranded on Interstate 95 in

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