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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
Photo Flash: First Look at the Realistic Joneses at Kansas City Actors Theatre

Kansas City Actors Theatre will conclude its Season Twelve with the regional premiere of Will Eno 's The Realistic Joneses, performing now through June 11 at the H&R Block City Stage in Union Station. The production will be directed by John Rensenhouse and will star Brian Paulette , Carla Noack, Phil Fiorini, and Ashley Pankow .

Kansas woman seeking body-cam video of police shooting wins her appeal

Topeka - A Kansas Court of Appeals panel ruled Friday that a lower court was wrong to dismiss a Kansas City, Kan., woman's open records request simply because the records were part of a criminal investigation, and it sent the case back to Wyandotte County for further hearings. Trina Green filed the request in Wyandotte County under the Kansas Open Records Act.

Fund started for locked-out Westinghouse workers

Workers began picketing outside Westinghouse Electric Co. Monday morning, after they were locked out at 11:59 p.m. Sunday.

Kansas City Double Shooting Thursday

Police were called to the scene of a shooting Thursday afternoon at 24th and Oakley; that's near Blue Valley Park at 23rd and Topping.

Cover Story: The Big Gig

The Kansas City's Morning News Cover Story for Thursday is "The Big Gig," about seeking and landing a job. Resumes can easily be lost in the pile if they don't have something that grabs an employer's attention.

Tour six high-end kitchens a " and party at one

Even if you're sure you'll never have a high-end kitchen in a million-dollar home, that doesn't mean you can't gawk at one. The Junior League of Wichita is about to put on its fifth annual Kitchen Tours event, and this year, it will be extra fancy.

Schlitterbahn spokeswoman calls Verruckt water slide incident a 'horrible accident'

Winter Prosapro, Schlitterbahn spokesperson, talks with The Kansas City Star's Steve Vockrodt about the ongoing VerrA1 4ckt investigation and the upcoming season in Kansas City. Winter Prosapro, Schlitterbahn spokesperson, talks with The Kansas City Star's Steve Vockrodt about the ongoing VerrA1 4ckt investigation and the upcoming season in Kansas City.

The Kansas City Evening News Squeeze

Brit Hottie Leanne Crow remains an example of Instagram offering alternative and far more intriguing visions of beauty than the MSM and this inspires a peek at news links closer to home.

ACLU wants Kobach documents to be made public

The American Civil Liberties Union has asked a federal court to enable documents from Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's November meeting with President Trump to be made public. Kobach earlier this month handed over the documents, which outline a proposed strategic plan for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, under a federal judge's order .

City to hear update on zoning consolidation

The Manhattan City Commission, Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board and Ordinance Advisory Committee will have a joint meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. Officials from Kendig Keast Collaborative, the project's consultant from Sugar Land, Texas, held workshops in March and are back this week for another set of workshops.

Wichita woman who drowned in Missouri River stopped by police but let go beforehand

Dashcam video shows that a University of Missouri-Kansas City student seemed confused when she was stopped for wrong-way driving but was let go without a road sobriety test before her car went into the Missouri River. North Kansas City police released the video Tuesday after completing an investigation into the Jan. 15 traffic stop of 20-year-old Toni Anderson.

Unsealed records suggest years of abuse for slain Kansas boy

Kansas received reports that a boy who ultimately was murdered and fed to pigs was being physically abused several years before his death, according to documents released Tuesday that also show a social worker was in contact with his father and stepmother by phone more than a year after the state said it lost physical contact with the boy. The Kansas Department for Children and Families released more than 2,000 pages of documents on Adrian Jones, whose father and stepmother are serving life prison sentences in his death.

The Kansas City Tuesday Midday Links

The second- and third-biggest hotels in the Kansas City metro are requesting public incentives to help pay for renovations and improvements. Crown Center Redevelopment Corp., which owns the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center and Westin Crown Center, is seeking a 30-year, one-cent community improvement district surcharge, The Kansas City Star reports.

Kansas AG still investigating Schlitterbahn

Flood Warning issued May 22 at 3:19PM CDT expiring May 24 at 7:00PM CDT in effect for: Chariton, Howard, Saline Flood Warning issued May 22 at 3:19PM CDT expiring May 26 at 5:47PM CDT in effect for: Carroll, Chariton, Saline Flood Warning issued May 22 at 3:19PM CDT expiring May 24 at 8:30PM CDT in effect for: Clay, Jackson, Ray Flood Warning issued May 22 at 3:19PM CDT expiring May 26 at 10:36AM CDT in effect for: Carroll, Lafayette, Saline Flood Warning issued May 22 at 3:19PM CDT expiring May 25 at 9:24AM CDT in effect for: Andrew, Buchanan Flood Warning issued May 22 at 3:19PM CDT expiring May 25 at 8:12PM CDT in effect for: Jackson, Lafayette, Ray Flood Warning issued May 22 at 3:19PM CDT expiring May 24 at 2:00PM CDT in effect for: Buchanan, Platte Flood Warning issued May 22 at 9:17AM CDT expiring May 24 at 2:42PM CDT in effect for: Holt Flood Warning issued May 21 at 10:33AM CDT ... (more)

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Charles Robert Brown, 82, died May 20, 2017, at Comanche County Medical Center in Coldwater.

Even More Kansas City Late Night Links

Hottie Imogen reminds us of differing Internets interests and just a few links worth an overnight click. Take a look: ArtsKC, the regional arts council, on Monday announced a new president and CEO: Dana Knapp.

Verruckt waterslide to stay standing while investigation continues

A stark reminder of a little boy's death is still standing at Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City, Kan. There have been calls from the public to tear it down as soon as possible, but on Monday, the Kansas Attorney General's office said their investigation is not complete yet.

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