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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
Tikkun olam backbone of Rabbi Moti Rieber's life, work with Kansas Interfaith Action

Rabbi Moti Rieber spoke at the last week's Interfaith Invocation in Topeka, which corresponded with the opening of the 2018 Kansas legislative session. Rabbi Rieber has been executive director of Kansas Interfaith Action and its predecessor organization, Kansas Interfaith Power & Light, since March 2011.

Kansas man sentenced to federal prison for selling smuggled meth

A Kansas City, Kansas man was sentenced to 15 years of prison after he admitted to selling 6,000 to 10,000 grams of methamphetamine per week. Luis Enrique Martinez-Rosales, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute meth and one count possession with intent to distribute.

Aratana Therapeutics (PETX) Lowered to Sell at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Aratana Therapeutics Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company for animals. The Company is developing compounds for the pet health market, including a non-COXIB analgesic for treating pain, an appetite-stimulating molecule for inappetence and licensed non-opioid local anesthetic for treating post-operative pain.

Royals pitcher Danny Duffy has pleaded guilty

Royals pitcher Danny Duffy has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence in a Kansas City suburb and has been placed on a year's probation. Overland Park spokesman Sean Reilly says Duffy entered the plea last week and will pay $1,220 in fines and court fees.

John Singer Sargent World War I painting on loan from UK coming to Kansas City

The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City is preparing to display a John Singer Sargent painting depicting British soldiers blinded by a gas attack on the Western Front. The American artist's 8-by20-foot oil on canvas titled "Gassed" is so large the museum had to build a new exhibit space, called the Wylie Gallery.

Kansas community colleges, universities grapple with enrollment declines

Blake Flanders, the President and CEO of the Kansas Board of Regents, discusses college enrollment numbers Tuesday afternoon with the Senate Education Committee. Sen. Molly Baumgardner, R-Louisburg, Chair of the Senate Education Committee, questions Blake Flanders, the President and CEO of the Kansas Board of Regents, as they discusses college enrollment numbers Tuesday afternoon.

Kansas biker group helps victims of child abuse

Members of the Bikers Against Child Abuse Saginaw County Temp Charter Gypsy sports patches on her jacket after planting pinwheels in a garden in front of the United Way of Midland County Tuesday afternoon in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Kaw River Chapter provided emotional support for children who alleged abuse in Kansas and Missouri.

TKC Breaking News!!! Kansas City Mayoral Candidate Phil Glynn Stays Winning MLK Day 2018

More than any other local contender for the top Kansas City political job at City Hall . . . Local Mayoral candidate Phil Glynn Mr. Glynn's campaign noted that he was "honored to be recognized by the SCLC Greater Kansas City Chapter today for his part in helping the SCLC campaign to raise the minimum wage in Kansas City.

KCK woman ordered to repay nearly $25,000 for Medicaid fraud

A Kansas City, KS, woman was ordered yesterday to repay nearly $25,000 to the Kansas Medicaid program after pleading guilty to Medicaid fraud charges, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said. Macie Annette Dodds, 49, pleaded guilty in October to charges of making a false claim to the Medicaid program, computer crimes and welfare fraud.

Security Bank of Kansas City v. Tripwire Operations Group LLC Anthony Nichols Ryan Morris

SECURITY BANK OF KANSAS CITY, Appellee, v. TRIPWIRE OPERATIONS GROUP, LLC, Defendant, ANTHONY L. NICHOLS, Appellant, RYAN J. MORRIS, Defendant.

Photo Flash: First Look at Kansas City Actors Theatre's Production of at Sea Marks

Kansas City Actors Theatre has completed casting for its production of Gardner McKay 's "Sea Marks," the fourth show of its thirteenth season, which will run from January 10th to the 28th at the H&R Block City Stage in Union Station. The production will be directed by Jan Rogge and will star Darren Kennedy and Cinnamon Schultz.

No Justice for Machole

A Wyandotte County judge on Friday dismissed the case against three men charged with the murder of a 10-year-old Kansas City, Kan., girl, Machole Stewart. Stewart was killed in a drive-by shooting on Oct. 26, 2014.

Downtown Kansas City Scuffle Caught On Cam

A Kansas City, Kansas man has been convicted at trial on several charges following a confrontation with law enforcement officers at the Richard Bolling Federal Building in Kansas City, Missouri.

Bitter cold and strong winds moving through Kansas City overnight

Bitter cold air will move in Thursday evening as the skies begin to break up around sunset or shortly after. The wind through midnight will remain very strong gusting to over 25 mph, at times, sending the wind chill to near zero overnight.

Lawmaker keeps his seat after remarks about blacks' "genetics"

Republican Rep. Steve Alford, from the western Kansas town of Ulysses, faced calls on social media to leave office altogether from critics who saw his remarks as racist. And a black House member said Alford should resign from the Legislature.

Abilene seniors have opportunity to visit World War I museum

New members Kyle Becker, Chris West and Jennifer Waite took their seats at the Abilene Board of Education table Monday. All three were elected in November, although Waite was appointed to the board in June to take the empty seat vacated by former member Barb Brittan.

TKC Must Read!!! Mayor Sly and KCPD Top Cop Hope Community Outreach,...

Just now, Mayor Sly James and KCPD Chief Rick Smith offer their perspective and intention to reduce crime in Kansas City in the new year. Take a look: "We believe 2018 can be the year that our neighborhoods see true relief from violence, but it will take more than anything the police or the city government can provide.

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