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About: kansas city, kansas

The city was the site of several Civil War battles, most notoriously the Battle of Westport. It is officially nicknamed the "City of Fountains" because, with over 200 fountains, the city claims to have the second most in the world behind only Rome.

Population: 475830
Local Newspapers: Kansas City Journal The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB)
Local Colleges: University of Missouri-Kansas City Rockhurst University Alvila University Park University

Zip Codes associated with kansas city, kansas: 66044 66046 66047 66049
Towns/Cities near kansas city, kansas : Leawood Prarie Village Mission Merriam Shawnee Edwardsville Bonner Springs Overland Park

Kansas City News
Wrongful conviction no surprise to Kansas black community

Rose McIntyre says she wonders whether her refusal to grant regular sexual favors to a white detective prompted him to retaliate against her black son, who spent 23 years in a Kansas prison for a double murder he didn't commit. "I do believe that if I had complied with his request for me to become his 'woman,' that my son would likely not be in prison," she said in a 2014 affidavit.

Man killed, 2 injured in crash Sunday evening in Kansas City, Kan.

A man was killed and two people were injured Sunday evening in a two-vehicle crash in Kansas City, Kan., authorities said. The crash was reported at 5:11 p.m. at the intersection of the exit ramp off westbound Interstate 70 and 57th street.

BWW Review: the Weir at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre - Kansas City

For their current show The Weir, by Conor McPherson , the Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre has transformed itself into a quaint Irish pub called "The Weir". In this production, directed by Bob Paisley, the audience is seated at small round tables in the "pub" as Brendan the barkeep serves up fresh pints while an authentic band of string players strum up an Irish jig.

From creek beds to meth houses, they search for their daughter

Judith Nostrum, left, looks for her daughter Kendra Nystom, 30, who has been been missing since May 2017, at motel along south Broadway, where sightings of her daughter have been reported along with Kendra's friend Tiffany, who has been very active handing out fliers and putting pressure on hotels where Kendra has been sighted. Judith Nostrum, left, looks for her daughter Kendra Nystom, 30, who has been been missing since May 2017, at motel along south Broadway, where sightings of her daughter have been reported along with Kendra's friend Tiffany, who has been very active handing out fliers and putting pressure on hotels where Kendra has been sighted.

Kansas lawmakers wade into telemedicine insurance controversy

A committee of the Kansas Legislature examined complexities Friday of expanding the reach of telemedicine despite apprehension among insurance companies about reimbursement costs for care. More than 30 states, including four bordering Kansas, have sought to improve access to health care in rural areas by enacting laws requiring insurance plans to cover delivery of remote medical services provided via telecommunications systems.

Kansas City looks at taking over struggling jazz museum

A jazz museum that's plagued by operating losses and bounced checks to musicians could be headed for a takeover by Kansas City. City Council members Jermaine Reed and Scott Wagner introduced an ordinance Thursday that asks officials to study the transfer of the American Jazz Museum to the Parks and Recreation Department by next spring, The Kansas City Star reported.

Refuel Topeka announces afterschool meal sites for Topeka children

Topeka Mayor Larry Wolgast, second from right, introduces Maria Torrez Anderson, right, program coordinator for Refuel Topeka during Thursday's announcement that the program is providing afterschool meals at Rice, Crestview and Oakland community centers. After action on Thursday by Shawnee County commissioners and in partnership with the city of Topeka, an estimated 2,500 school-aged children in the capital city area have access to afterschool meals through CHAMPS, or Cities Combating Hunger through Afterschool and Summer Meal Programs.

Kansas City Tax Fighters Argue Against Carpetbagger New Airport Supporters Who Live Out of Town

Ironically, in much the same way that there's still a federal investigation attempting to figure out the impact of Russian hacking the 2016 election . . . Local tax fighters cry foul regarding the consultant and development cheerleader team pushing the new airport on Kansas City voters.

The Kansas City Friday Morning First Look

We start the morning with a celebration of Iga and then get going from there with all of these Kansas City local links. Take a look: Icons drive the mind - or at least the one in this skull trying to coax serviceable images out of a computer keyboard for your weekend preview pleasure.

Juveniles Recovered Locally in 2017 Operation Targeting Underage Sex Trafficking

Special Agent in Charge Eric Jackson of the FBI Kansas City Division announced today the results of Operation Cross Country X, an international effort focusing on underage sex trafficking which ran from October 13 - 16, 2016. Over the course of these three days, the FBI Kansas City Division, along with its local, state, and federal law enforcement partners conducted Operation Cross Country X in eight cities throughout areas in Kansas and Missouri.

Kansas City New Airport Ruckus Tonight

"Mike Shanin interviews Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Joe Reardon about the organization's position on KCI.

Kansas City Thursday Smart Links

Hottie Tessa tribute and then a quick look at all of the important Kansas City metro news for right now. Checkit: One of America's "hottest" real estate ZIP codes is in the Kansas City metro, according to a new report.

Gardner Capital, Kansas City Board of Public Utilities and MC Power...

KANSAS CITY, Kan: Gardner Capital, MC Power Companies, and Kansas City Board of Public Utilities held a dedication ceremony on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 for the newly completed Community Solar Farm. The project will provide clean, reliable electricity for nearly 150 homes in the BPU grid.

A 15-year legacy: Jay Lewis leaves his mark of excellence at KU...

Jay Lewis, former executive director of KU Hillel, will be honored at Rock Chalk Shabbat on Nov. 3 at the Kansas Memorial Union in Lawrence. As executive director of KU Hillel for 15 years, Jay Lewis took a "small youth group on campus," and turned it into one of the premier Hillels in the country.

At 92, WWII pilot from KC soars back into the sky 'just like the old days' - for free

There she was, Mitzi, looking back at her World War II fighter pilot, dashing as always with his white flowing mustache, aviator glasses and plucky smile. The engine roared and Capen soared off into the blue yonder where more than 70 years ago, as a teen, he fought high in ocean skies above the South Pacific.

TKC Must Read!!! Kansas City Northland Rage Against MoDOT and Metro Political Inaction

Reaction from residents to a proposed piecemeal solution from transit officials to a crumbling Kansas City bridge has been fast & furious. Here's one of the VERY BEST notes we've read so far that's currently earning a great deal of support.

Kansas City News Link Roundup Right Now

MaKenzie Ammons, a freshman at East High School, did quite a bit of homework last night, writing down questions. "I was up until 11:00 last night," MaKenzie said.

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