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Overland Park is the second largest city in Kansas and is a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri despite its location in Kansas. It was also the site of the first airplane flight west of the Mississippi River by the Wright brothers. The city is the setting for the Showtime original series The United States of Tara. Notable residents have included actor Paul Rudd (Knocked Up, Anchorman, I Love You, Man), psychologist Phil McGraw ("Dr. Phil"), actor Jason Sudeikis (Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock), and professional golfer Tom Watson.
Local Newspapers: Johnson County Sun Kansas City Kansan Record
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Royals and Chiefs
Local Colleges: Emporia State University Ottawa University University of Kansas-Edwards Campus Baker University-Overland Park Campus
Zip Codes associated with overland park, kansas:
66062 66085 66202 66203 66204 66206 66207 66208 66209 66210 66211 66212 66213 66214 66215 66221 66223 66224
Towns/Cities near overland park, kansas : Prairie Village Leawood Lenexa Shawnee Merriam
Parents could pay $132k after kid breaks sculpture
Two parents may have to pay a $132,000 bill after their child damaged a sculpture inside the Tomahawk Ridge Community Center in Overland Park, Kansas. The child's mother, Sarah Goodman says she and her husband received a letter from an insurance company saying they were negligent for not monitoring their children.South Pacific Comes Ashore at Theatre in the Park
Love conquering prejudice is one of the powerful themes of Rodgers and Hammerstein's memorable musical SOUTH PACIFIC, the second production on Theatre in the Park's 2018 summer outdoor season. TTIP's most often requested musical, SOUTH PACIFIC will have seven performances at the outdoor amphitheater Friday through Sunday, June 22-24 and the following Wednesday through Saturday June 27-30.Child hit with $132,000 bill for accidentally knocking over sculpture
A 5-year-old boy knocked over a sculpture at the Tomahawk Ridge Community Center in Overland Park, Kansas. A few days later, Overland Park's insurance company hit the boy's parents with a $132,000 bill.Erin Brown / Grand Vale Creative
Federally subsidized crop insurance is controversial. Now, with the U.S. Senate taking up the 2018 farm bill, a crop insurance trade group has launched a website that seeks to provide senators and others with state-specific information on crop insurance.For better or for worse: Kid at wedding breaks $132K art - CNET
It's a parent's nightmare: A 5-year-old boy in Overland Park, Kansas, knocked over and broke an artwork displayed in a community center. But it wasn't just any artwork: It was a one-of-a-kind mosaic sculpture worth $132,000.Twenty years of STAR bond investment in Kansas reaps big rewards, a few flops
More than half a billion dollars has been wagered by local and state government officials in Kansas on taxpayer-financed economic development projects under a program that relies upon adherence to the state's motto - to the stars through difficulties. The sale of State Tax Revenue bonds - also known as STAR bonds - grant municipal governments an opportunity to finance major commercial, entertainment and tourism areas and repay the debt with state and local sales tax revenue generated by the developments.Parents are hit with $132,000 bill after their five-year-old knocks over sculpture
On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later.Child 'hugs' sculpture. Now parents may be stuck with $132,000 bill
Two parents may be stuck with a $132,000 bill after their child damaged a sculpture inside the Tomahawk Ridge Community Center in Overland Park, Kansas, according to KSHB . "We heard a bunch of commotion and I thought, 'Whose yelling at my son?'" Goodman explained.Child a hugsa sculpture. Now parents may be stuck with $132,000 bill
Two parents may be stuck with a $132,000 bill after their child damaged a sculpture inside the Tomahawk Ridge Community Center in Overland Park, Kansas, according to KSHB . "We heard a bunch of commotion and I thought, 'Whose yelling at my son?'" Goodman explained.K.I. hires senior rabbi
After a nine-month search, Kehilath Israel Synagogue has hired Rabbi Moshe Grussgott as its next senior rabbi. He will join the congregation on August 1. Rabbi Grussgott replaces Rabbi Jeffrey Shron, who left the congregation to make aliyah in October 2017.Submit ideas for OP's Santa Fe Commons redesign
Basketball courts, gardens, a farmers market. Everything is on the table as the city of Overland Park considers how to renovate Santa Fe Commons Park.Editor's Notebook: Faraway payday trials spare KC a harsh look in the mirror
With the June 12 sentencing of Richard Moseley Sr. to 10 years in federal prison, another chapter closed in the story of how the Kansas City area came to be a center of fraudulent payday lending. Unfortunately, the 73-year-old's sentencing - and the trial that led to his conviction in November - occurred in a courtroom in New York.Guarding your home from lightning strikes
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. Storms lit up Johnson County early Tuesday morning. Three families are lucky to be alive after their homes are believed to have caught fire from lightning strikes.KU Medical Center opens new women's cancer center at Indian Creek campus
Johnson County residents now have another health care option. KU opened the doors to a new hospital Monday morning at its Indian Creek campus.ACLU files lawsuit against Kansas county attorney for alleged diversion program flaws
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Friday with the Kansas Supreme Court against the Montgomery County attorney alleging failure to operate diversion programs in accordance with state law and subjecting defendants to a higher probability of serving jail time. The suit, filed on behalf of Kansas Crossroads Foundation and an Independence teenager, asserted Montgomery County Attorney Larry Markle sidestepped state statute by failing to maintain written policies for diversion programs and to inform all defendants of details of the sentencing alternative.Sprint's Network is ready for the 2018 Hurricane Season
OVERLAND PARK, Kan: With a dramatically improved network and significant investments that continue to improve coverage, reliability and speed, Sprint is ready for the 2018 Hurricane Season - which officially begins on June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. Ahead of subtropical storm Alberto and what is predicted to be yet another active season, the company took a number of actions to strengthen its network in hurricane-prone cities and states.Kansas City #TBT Morning News & Politics
There's an "adult entertainer" running for Prez who isn't getting a fair shake and our blog community believes she deserves further consideration. Checkit: Reason: John McAfee and Porn Star Cherie* DeVille Running for President in 2020, Maybe as Libertarians - The antivirus-software pioneer is flying the crypto flag, while the adult actress is running on weed, Net Neutrality, and #MeToo.Son of Royals' assistant GM drafted by Mets
Royals assistant general manager J.J. Picollo has drafted hundreds of players over the years during the Major League Baseball Draft, but it was a player selected by the Mets on Wednesday that stood out to him over any name he called: His son, Mike Picollo. The Mets picked Mike Picollo with the No.QC Holdings, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2018 Results
QC Holdings, Inc. reported a net loss of $114,000 and revenues of $24.1 million for the quarter ended March 31, 2018. Net income totaled $365,000 and revenues totaled $23.4 million for the quarter ended March 31, 2017.Metcalf Crossing project receives final approvals
Wes Grammer's plans for the $39 million Metcalf Crossing project are moving forward, thanks to the Overland Park City Council unanimously approving special taxing districts and a redevelopment plan, the Shawnee Mission Post reports.
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