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About: kansas city, missouri

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: The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB) Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
Local Colleges: University of Missouri-Kansas City Rockhurst University Alvila University Park University

Zip Codes associated with kansas city, missouri: 64101 64102 64105 64106 64108 64109 64110 64111 64112 64113 64114 64116 64117 64118 64119 64120 64123 64124 64125 64126 64127 64128 64129 64130 64131 64132 64133 64134 64136 64137 64138 64139 64145 64146 64147 64149 64150 64152 64153 64154 64155 64156 64157 64158 64161 64163 64164 64165 64166 64167 64192
Towns/Cities near kansas city, missouri : Gladstone Pleasant Valley Liberty Westwood Raytown

Kansas City News
Browns, Cleveland And Canton Hoping To Host NFL Draft

In partnership with the city's sports commission and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, the team submitted a joint bid to host either the 2019 or 2020 draft.

Back To The Kansas City Springtime Grind

We start our afternoon news-cycle with far more than a handful of local information, insight and a sneak peek at upcoming events. First, a question of health amid quest for curves among media hotties and the public at large .

Willie Nelson Streams New Album 'Last Man Standing'

Willie Nelson will turn 85-years-old on Sunday. Two days prior, the outlaw country legend will issue a new studio album Last Man Standing , which is now available to stream via NPR Music's First Listen series.

Could Vaping Lead Teens to Pot Smoking?

Teens who use e-cigarettes may be more likely to try marijuana in the future, especially if they start vaping at a younger age, a new study shows. More than 1 in 4 teenagers who reported e-cigarette use eventually progressed to smoking pot, according to the survey of more than 10,000 teens.

Inside Health Food Replacement For Iconic Kansas City Country Club Plaza III Steakhouse

Can clean eats replace cow meat? Kansas City is about to find out as Plaza III Steakhouse has officially closed its doors on the Country Club Plaza after 55 years.

The Kansas City Sunday Link Look

A teenage boy was rushed to an area hospital after he nearly drowned at a hotel pool Sunday afternoon. Emergency crews were called to SureStay Plus Hotel at 7333 NE Parvin Rd. just after 1 p.m. after the teen was found at the bottom of the pool.

The Kansas City Sunday News Stroll

Thankfully, a kind stranger stepped in to save her child's life but she didn't get a chance to thank him until much later. The authorities are trying to find out who the owns a dog that bit a minor on Friday in Overland Park.

April 21 Crash Reports

At 5:32 p.m., Christina M. Greenburg, 43, of Lowry City, was southbound on state Route 13 at Grand River Bridge when she crossed the center line, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. She sideswiped another southbound vehicle before she crashed into a guardrail.

TKC Breaking and Exclusive News!!! Jackson County Searches for New...

A few days ago we talked about a battle that was brewing over the MONUMENTAL decision to appoint the next top lawman at the County and yet another round in the ongoing fight betwixt the Legislature and the Executive's office. Accordingly .

Students as Debt Slaves

A college student voices his opinion on education and student debt in Zuccotti Park on the 23rd day of the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York City on October 10, 2011. Periodically the so-called deficit hawks-a club whose membership includes prominent members of both parties-warn us of the dire consequences of burgeoning government debt.

'Perfect' 25-year marriage ends in bloodshed at Missouri salon, baffling loved ones

Paul and Chantille Truss had been married for 25 years before the husband shot and killed his wife early Friday at a Lee's Summit hair salon, police said. Then he drove five miles to a lakeside parking lot and killed himself.

Pedestrian hit by semi near Bond Bridge

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo . - A pedestrian was hit by a semi on the SB lanes of I-35 near the Bond Bridge Friday night.

Time for nostalgia to make its exit

For the past few months, nostalgia has invaded our house like a guest who has overstayed his welcome. The beginning of the visit is pleasant enough, but the novelty soon wears off and the host privately wonders when the interloper is going to make a graceful exit.

Mexican Cartel Furthers Their Reach In Missouri As 65-Year Old Man Gets Nabbed For Slinging Smack

A judge sentenced a 65-year-old Missouri man to 15 years behind bars Thursday after being busted, along with his wife, for dealing heroin linked to cartels in Mexico. As part of a plea agreement, Dennis McLallen of Overland Park admitted to being a major heroin distributor in the Kansas City region, dealing as much as 22 pounds of the substance over the course of running the operation, which began in 2011.

Kansas City mom meets officer who saved her son

A metro mom became paralyzed with fear as her baby boy started choking. Thankfully, a kind stranger stepped in to save her child's life but she didn't get a chance to thank him until much later.

Urban Rangers break school-to-prison pipeline

The rangers hope their work can permanently divert the school-to-prison pipeline prevalent in five Kansas City zip codes that are hotbeds for crime. Once in the program, they perform at least 20 hours of community service and summer projects.

Family of missing man found dead files lawsuit

Family members of a man who was found dead in a Kansas City International Airport parking lot after being reported missing for several months have filed a lawsuit. KANSAS CITY, Mo.

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