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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
City working to find out how body sat in airport lot for 8 months

See the area where Randy Potter's body was found in his truck in Economy Parking Lot B at Kansas City International Airport. Potter was missing for eight months until police were alerted to a foul odor coming from the truck.

3-year-old dies following Sunday crash on I-435 that killed teen

Geovanny Raudales is currently being treated at the North Kansas City Hospital, while Raudales' daughter, Emely, died from her injuries. Emely Raudales had just turned 16 the day before the wreck.

The Kansas City Monday Night Link Look

It's no secret that parking in the Crossroads Art District can be a challenge on First Fridays or when Kauffman Performing Arts Center has a show. Now, one business owner has put forward a possible solution.

KCK PD create juvenile engagement coordinator

Elaine Moore wants the story of every Kansas City, Kansas, child to have a happy ending. Moore, a police officer newly tasked with connecting police to the city's youth, believes that begins by establishing a healthy relationship between youth and the police department.

Blues festival brings party to Paxico

"I've got love. I ain't got no money," Frank Ace sang as the band played, providing the necessary music.

Returning American-Born Kansans are now Required to Show Birth...

Why am I being treated worse in my home-state of Kansas, i.e. as an incoming resident than I have been treated in approximately all of the other 100 other countries I've either traveled to or have worked in as a professional or international volunteer? What have Brownback, Kobach, and the-worst-GOP -money-can-buy done to my Sunflower State . Horrid, just Horrid!!! Have you been treated badly, too? Let me know? Besides the current practices of Brownback's Kansas Revenue Department break the federal constitution and laws on interstate commerce--as well as mistreat all incoming emigres to the state of Kansas."

Bono preach unity and love to a boisterous crowd at Arrowhead

Arrowhead Stadium is one of the biggest and loudest of its kind, but Tuesday night U2 turned the gargantuan sports venue into a church, a place of spirituality. Tuesday's show was U2's first in Kansas City since November 2001, and it showed many in the crowd of 40,000-plus hadn't seen the band in the interim.

TKC Exclusive!!! Kansas City Police Talking with Local Activists as...

Here's a bit of good news for the weekend . . . Behind the scenes, Kansas City authorities are working with local community leaders amid upcoming KCMO demonstrations in solidarity with STL protest that have now turned violent.

Artists invited to submit proposals for new KU School of Medicine-Salina building

The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Salina is seeking artists to develop original art for the new Medical Education Building that will house the Salina campuses of the KU schools of Medicine and Nursing. The building, a historic former bank, will open in summer 2018.

KU launching Data Analytics Boot Camp

KU Professional & Continuing Education announces today the launch of the Data Analytics Boot Camp, a 24-week skills-development, nondegree program, teaching the fundamental data science and analytics skills increasingly sought after in today's data-driven digital economy.

Special kid teaches meaningful life lessions to Roeland Park classmates

Not all teachers carry licenses and stand in front of classroms, as one Kansas City-area boy proves on a daily basis. It is difficult to be in the company of Ian Browne-McClain without smiling; he does, a lot.

More business coming to historic Strawberry Hill

The Strawberry Hill neighborhood is beautifully historic, but has had a reputation that was "old" in every sense of the word. It looks like it might be in the Crossroads, Westport or Rivermarket anywhere but 5th and Central in Kansas City, Kansas.

Kansas City, Kansas Social Media Etiquette: Hey TKC, What's The...

Behind the scenes there has been a bit of a dust-up regarding a WyCo Commish and social media criticism. Like every other politicos in the Greater Kansas City Metro area .

Bodies Found in Vehicles at Kansas City Airport, Near Mall

Authorities have found a person dead inside a vehicle parked at Kansas City International Airport and another body in a vehicle near a shopping mall about 25 miles to the south. Police said in a news release that the first body was discovered around 8 p.m. Tuesday after police received a call about a foul order coming from a vehicle in an airport parking lot.

I-435 shootings damage cars, injures one

According to Kansas City Police Department, a man was driving southbound I-435 Monday around 7:30 p.m. as the man approached the ramp to Highway 350 he heard a popping sound - then glanced over to see his truck's rear window shattered. "I heard like a noise and I thought it was my tire so I slowed down some more," Jones told 41 Action News Tuesday.

Suspect in Kansas City, Kansas, death arrested in rural area

Authorities have arrested a suspect in a Kansas City, Kansas, homicide after a search that caused several schools and public agencies to be placed on lockdown in two small towns near the Nebraska border.

Kansas Citians ride out Irma in Florida

"It came through about 1:30, but we had some heavy winds before that," said Michelle Bishop Spiess a Kansas City native. Spiess and her family moved from Kansas City to Tampa 8 years ago for work.

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