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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
TKC Must See!!! KCK Hipster 'Skimmer' Suspects Caught on Camera

Kansas City, Kansas police are asking for the public's help finding two men who were allegedly photographed installing a scanning device over an ATM's card reader.

Phil Anderson: Checking out an inner-city church on a mission Updated at

Yet how do you explain a congregation that meets in a majestic old sandstone church building at 39th and Baltimore streets in the heart of Kansas City, Mo., where Sunday services are packed to the rafters? With mostly young people? I saw Redeemer Fellowship's building about a year and a half ago as I was driving in Kansas City and made a mental note to drop in sometime for a service when I was in the big city on a Sunday morning. This past Sunday, I had the occasion to do just that.

Newsflash: Door Tech Doesn't Stop Kansas City Burglar Suspect

Quick local reality check . . . Those doorbell tech app commercials always feature some skinny dweeb casing a home and then a confident white lady tells him to buzz off while smiling smugly.

TKC Must See!!! Kansas City Transit Activist Clay Chastain Redesigns...

In addition to bringing back his idea about aerial gondolas , Clay Chastain hopes to help revive The Country Club Plaza as well. Take a look: Clay Chastain: Virtues of the "Smart Rail" system as proposed in "Green Transit" Petition Initiative In order to revitalize and repopulate the central city it must be incorporated with a smart green... rail / electric bus / cycling system that will transport passengers between the area's major destinations, employment centers and neighborhoods.

Kansas City, Kansas, Killing Investigated as Self-Defense

The Kansas City Star reports that 48-year-old Jarrod O'Donnell was killed late Saturday. His ex-fiancee, Misty Bartlett, says she was home with a friend and her 8-year-old son when O'Donnell shattered a sliding glass door and attacked her.

Food stamps could get Blue Apron-style overhaul

This week, President Trump and the USDA proposed a drastic change to the SNAP program, better known as food stamps. Instead of food stamp recipients going to the grocery store to use their benefits on select items, the new program would deliver a "harvest box" to their home with select items inside.

Trio of wrongfully convicted Kansans ask lawmakers for financial compensation

They all spent more than 15 years incarcerated in Kansas prisons for crimes they didn't commit. And, in what constituted a judicial miracle, all three were exonerated after serving a combined 55 years behind bars.

Fred Hollomon, longtime Kansas Senate chaplain, dies at age 92

Though official records would be hard to find, it is a safe bet that the Rev. Fred Hollomon served as chaplain of the Kansas Senate longer than anyone in state history.

Mom mourns son killed on Valentine's Day in 2010

Eight years later, the mother of a 26-year-old man murdered in 2010 is still looking for answers on who killed her son. Lupe Rennau lost her son, John Valdivia, on Valentine's Day 2010.

Kansas City Valentine's Day News Blast

St. Luke's Health System SOURCE: St. Luke's Health System Kansas City's Saint Luke's Health System had a little fun with Valentine's Day on its Facebook page, reminding people to be heart healthy. The hospital created memes, showcasing its doctors and other personnel with creative heart health tips.

Assault rifle, more than 1,300 rounds of ammo found in car after chase in Lawrence

Douglas County Sheriff's authorities say officers found an assault rifle and more than 1,300 rounds of ammunition in a car after a chase in Lawrence. Sgt. Kirsten Channel says the chase began early Wednesday when a sheriff's deputy stopped a car in Lawrence for a traffic violation.

St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee joins Harvesters for annual food drive

The St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee is teaming up with Harvesters for its 33rd-annual Go for the Green food drive. Thousands of people in the Kansas City area are considered food-insecure, meaning they may not know where their next meals are coming from.

City of Topeka appeals workers' compensation pay for employee who...

The city of Topeka disagrees with a Kansas workers' compensation board decision that it owes nearly $12,000 to a city employee who crashed through a bridge at Heartland Park. Attorneys for the city late last week filed a brief with the Kansas Court of Appeals requesting the court reverse an order to pay permanent partial disability benefits to Keith Bennett, a longtime public works employee.

Ash with your chocolate? What happens when Valentinea s Day and Ash Wednesday collide

Christine Umbehr and her one-year-old daughter Leah receive ashes at Blessed Sacrament Church in 2016 on Ash Wednesday, which marks the first day of Lent when many Christians fast to prepare for Easter. This year, Valentine's Day falls on the same Wednesday.

AAA Kansas says gas prices see first dip in 2018

So says AAA, which reported gas prices in Kansas followed a national trend this week in declining for the first time this year. The average price for a gallon of unleaded gas across Kansas is now $2.43, down 3 three cents from a week ago.

Klorane Botanical Foundation and Partner in Flourishing Grant

Each year, six grant packages worth $3,000 in cash and supplies will be awarded to school educators in urban or inner city, low-income schools to provide resources necessary to create gardens with students. One school out of each of the following metro areas across the U.S. who submitted for the grant will be selected as a winner: Chicago; Kansas City, Kansas; Los Angeles; New York; San Francisco and Washington D.C. The six grant recipients will be announced in March 2018 and will become members of the KidsGardening Fellows Program with opportunities to promote their programs, network with other grant winners, seek personalized guidance from KidsGardening education specialists and receive a quarterly newsletter.

Kansas chemist held in Hawaii after being granted second emergency stay

The Board of Immigration Appeals has granted a new stay of removal that would keep a Kansas chemist in the U.S. while he battles immigration officials' efforts to deport him to Bangladesh. Attorneys for 55-year-old Syed Ahmed Jamal said a federal immigration judge on Monday dissolved a temporary stay issued last week, meaning Jamal could be deported at any time.

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