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Kansas City area homicides for 2017 | Kansas City Star Kansas City area homicides for 2017
Here is a list of the victims and when and where they died. The most recent homicides are at the top of each city’s list. Kansas City 116. Reyanna M. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
Police identify woman found killed in KC home, homicide investigation under way | Kansas City Star Police identify woman found killed in KC home, homicide investigation under way
Kansas City police have released the name of a woman found dead Friday inside a home in the 2400 block of East 59th Street, and said they are investigating the … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
Belton police arrest man suspected of shooting at officer during traffic stop | Kansas City Star Belton police arrest man suspected of shooting at officer during traffic stop
Belton police announced the arrest early Sunday morning of a man suspected of shooting at a police officer during a traffic stop Saturday. The officer escaped injury in the shooting, … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
Bell wins his first XFINITY race at Kansas Speedway | Wyandotte Daily Bell wins his first XFINITY race at Kansas Speedway
Christopher Bell won the Kansas Lottery 300 on Saturday afternoon at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas. It was Bell’s first career NASCAR XFINITY Series win. Bell won after pulling
Wyandotte Daily | October 22, 2017
This Vietnam veteran’s untold war stories may be keeping him from getting VA benefits | Kansas City Star This Vietnam veteran’s untold war stories may be keeping him from getting VA benefits
WARRENSBURG, Mo. On every drive here, the heart teases Norma Brown. She misses the handsome farm boy she married in 1964. Maybe this will be the day he finally greets … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
This textbook innovation will save your college student a lot of money | Kansas City Star This textbook innovation will save your college student a lot of money
A college undergraduate spends an average of $1,200 on textbooks a year, enough to buy about five pizzas a week for the entire fall, winter and spring semesters. It’s no … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
Bullying or just politics as usual? Overland Park candidate tells opponent ‘stop’ | Kansas City Star Bullying or just politics as usual? Overland Park candidate tells opponent ‘stop’
Gina Burke received nine texts and several phone calls before she sent the message “stop texting me” to Overland Park City Councilman Terry Goodman. Burke says that when she challenged … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
Vietnam veteran’s wife fights for husband’s VA benefits | Kansas City Star Vietnam veteran’s wife fights for husband’s VA benefits
After several strokes left Vietnam War veteran Clinton Brown unable to speak, his wife Norma Brown has spent years navigating the Veterans Administration on his behalf. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
31 marathons in 31 days: Double amputee Marine will run in KC for other wounded vets | Kansas City Star 31 marathons in 31 days: Double amputee Marine will run in KC for other wounded vets
When Rob Jones was tasked with searching for an IED on deployment in Taliban territory in Afghanistan, a land mine exploded and took away both of his legs. His right … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
Prairie Village woman awakened by burglar in her home early Sunday morning | Kansas City Star Prairie Village woman awakened by burglar in her home early Sunday morning
A Prairie Village woman awoke early Sunday morning to find a burglar in her home, according to police. The woman called police shortly before 5 a.m. to report that she … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 22, 2017
Rain, severe storms in today’s forecast | Wyandotte Daily Rain, severe storms in today’s forecast
Rain and severe storms are in today’s forecast from the National Weather Service. According to the weather service, storms are expected to develop around 4 to 6 p.m. today, forming
Wyandotte Daily | October 21, 2017
Michael Self wins ARCA race at Kansas Speedway | Wyandotte Daily Michael Self wins ARCA race at Kansas Speedway
Racing continues this afternoon at Kansas Speedway Michael Self won the ARCA Kansas 150 race on Friday night at the Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas. The No. 28 Toyota
Wyandotte Daily | October 21, 2017
Police: Vandals used air rifle to damage at least 75 vehicles in Lee’s Summit | Kansas City Star Police: Vandals used air rifle to damage at least 75 vehicles in Lee’s Summit
Police believe three young men vandalized at least 75 vehicles overnight in Lee’s Summit. The suspects allegedly used an air rifle to shoot out windows in 75 cars sometime overnight … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Police find woman’s body inside KC home after responding to emergency call | Kansas City Star Police find woman’s body inside KC home after responding to emergency call
Kansas City police were investigating the cause of a woman’s death after they found her dead inside a home Friday afternoon after responding to an emergency call. Officers found the … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Officer escapes serious injury after suspect opens fire during traffic stop in Belton | Kansas City Star Officer escapes serious injury after suspect opens fire during traffic stop in Belton
A police officer escaped serious injury after someone allegedly shot at them during a traffic stop Saturday evening in Belton. Belton Police Department staffers posted about the incident on its … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Will O'Fallon, Ill., band march its way to the championship Saturday night? | My Courier Tribune Will O'Fallon, Ill., band march its way to the championship Saturday night?
It was competition day and game faces were on for one of the most competitive marching bands in the St. Louis area.
My Courier Tribune | October 21, 2017
Mizzou roars to life, wallops Idaho 68-21 | My Courier Tribune Mizzou roars to life, wallops Idaho 68-21
Drew Lock throws six touchdowns as Tigers snap five-game losing streak in homecoming blowout.
My Courier Tribune | October 21, 2017
Tailgating reigns supreme at Homecoming game | My Courier Tribune Tailgating reigns supreme at Homecoming game
Fans trickled in to Memorial Stadium throughout the first quarter at Saturday's game, but black and gold was found all around Columbia before and during Missouri's Homecoming game.
My Courier Tribune | October 21, 2017
Idaho Missouri Football | My Courier Tribune Idaho Missouri Football
Missouri quarterback Drew Lock throws during the first half of an NCAA college football game against the Idaho Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Columbia, Mo. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
My Courier Tribune | October 21, 2017
Mizzou roars to life, leads Idaho 51-14 | My Courier Tribune Mizzou roars to life, leads Idaho 51-14
Lock throws five first-half touchdowns after game-opening interception.
My Courier Tribune | October 21, 2017
Man on the run with undisclosed amount of cash after robbing KC bank, FBI says | Kansas City Star Man on the run with undisclosed amount of cash after robbing KC bank, FBI says
A man in his late 20s or early 30s is on the run with an undisclosed amount of cash after robbing a Kansas City bank. Arvest Bank, located at 8959 … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Development returns to drawing board after city planners run afoul of city council | Kansas City Star Development returns to drawing board after city planners run afoul of city council
The latest proposal to create a mixed-use development on 40 acres near Pryor Road and Interstate 470 in Lee’s Summit is heading back to the drawing board. The City Council … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Garrett Schick, Cody Faust helped Pleasant Hill plow past Boonville | Kansas City Star Garrett Schick, Cody Faust helped Pleasant Hill plow past Boonville
Pleasant Hill had lost three straight and five of six games entering the first round of the Class 3, District 7 playoffs Oct. 20 against Boonville. Who needs momentum? The … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
A look inside the Messenger Coffee Co. building | Kansas City Star A look inside the Messenger Coffee Co. building
Messenger Coffee Co. and Ibis Bakery open a new café in the Crossroads district. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Police: Driver of car that collided with semi in KC failed to yield at stop sign | Kansas City Star Police: Driver of car that collided with semi in KC failed to yield at stop sign
The driver of a car that collided with a tractor trailer Saturday in Kansas City failed to yield at a stop sign just before the wreck, police said. One person … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Pedestrian dies after being struck by car in downtown KCK | Kansas City Star Pedestrian dies after being struck by car in downtown KCK
A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle at Seventh Street and Metropolitan Avenue in Kansas City, Kan., at 8:46 p.m. Friday. Kansas City, Kan., police said a vehicle was traveling … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Hyperloop: Missouri speed route from KC to STL is top 5 contender, perhaps top 3 | Kansas City Star Hyperloop: Missouri speed route from KC to STL is top 5 contender, perhaps top 3
An official with Hyperloop One, which proposes building ultra-fast tubular transportation around the world, said that a Missouri route is a top contender for development. Dan Katz, the head of … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 21, 2017
Liberty Clinic’s Trunk or Treat returns on Oct. 28 | Kansas City Star Liberty Clinic’s Trunk or Treat returns on Oct. 28
Liberty Clinic, 2525 Glenn Hendren Drive, again will host a Trunk or Treat from 3 to 5 p.m. on Oct. 28. Not only will children visit car trunks for their … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 20, 2017
Platte County’s Geoff Heckman among national finalists for School Counselor of Year | Kansas City Star Platte County’s Geoff Heckman among national finalists for School Counselor of Year
Platte County R-3 High School Counselor recognized: Geoff Heckman has been chosen as a finalist for the national 2018 School Counselor of the Year award. Heckman works at Platte County … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 20, 2017
Kansas’ cadre of teen gubernatorial candidates show their mettle at forum | Wyandotte Daily Kansas’ cadre of teen gubernatorial candidates show their mettle at forum
by Jim McLean, Kansas News Service The four teenagers running to be the next governor of Kansas were tested Thursday at a forum organized by their peers at Lawrence Free
Wyandotte Daily | October 20, 2017
Camel milk? Yes, and the feds have seized gallons they allege was illegally shipped to Kansas | Kansas City Star Camel milk? Yes, and the feds have seized gallons they allege was illegally shipped to Kansas
Federal and Kansas authorities have seized gallons of camel milk in Kansas City, Kan., that they allege falsely claim unproven health benefits. A legal action was filed Thursday in U.S. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 20, 2017
A free textbook movement is taking hold at UMKC | Kansas City Star A free textbook movement is taking hold at UMKC
The open textbook, meaning free textbook, movement is spreading fast on college campuses across the country including Kansas and Missouri. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 20, 2017
Better Homes and Gardens Realty names regional COO | My Courier Tribune Better Homes and Gardens Realty names regional COO
Steve Servais
My Courier Tribune | October 20, 2017
The Kickoff: Wolford to start for Deacons at Georgia Tech | My Courier Tribune The Kickoff: Wolford to start for Deacons at Georgia Tech
N.C. State's football team has an off week. but Wake Forest, Duke and North Carolina are all in action on Saturday. Staff writer Brant Wilkerson-New gets you ready for Game Day.
My Courier Tribune | October 20, 2017
Nuns killed 25 years ago in Liberia to be honored Saturday | My Courier Tribune Nuns killed 25 years ago in Liberia to be honored Saturday
Event includes showing of short film about October 1992 incidents
My Courier Tribune | October 20, 2017
Bronco Gameday: Players to watch, key stats and more for Wyoming at Boise State | My Courier Tribune Bronco Gameday: Players to watch, key stats and more for Wyoming at Boise State
BOISE - The Boise State football team was 7-0, ranked No. 13 in the country and rolling towards another appearance in a big-time bowl game when they suffered an upset loss to Wyoming in Laramie last season.
My Courier Tribune | October 20, 2017
Chase Blakley, Andrew Wingard | My Courier Tribune Chase Blakley, Andrew Wingard
Boise State's Chase Blakley pushes Wyoming free safety Andrew Wingard during an NCAA college football game at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie, Wyo., Saturday Oct. 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Shannon Broderick)
My Courier Tribune | October 20, 2017
ED JN RUMA SCULPTURE | My Courier Tribune ED JN RUMA SCULPTURE
TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 2002 - A sculpture representing five sisters of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ order in Ruma, Illinois, stands in front of the convent. Ten years ago, five nuns from the order were killed while working…
My Courier Tribune | October 20, 2017
As I begrudgingly turned on Chiefs-Raiders for the first time Thursday night, when it became painfully clear the Cubs' World Series title defense season was over, Amari Cooper was dropping a deep ball from Derek Carr.

I stuck around long enough to watch  | My Courier Tribune As I begrudgingly turned on Chiefs-Raiders for the first time Thursday night, when it became painfully clear the Cubs' World Series title defense season was over, Amari Cooper was dropping a deep ball from Derek Carr. I stuck around long enough to watch
As I begrudgingly turned on Chiefs-Raiders for the first time Thursday night, when it became painfully clear the Cubs' World Series title defense season was over, Amari Cooper was dropping a deep ball from Derek Carr. I stuck around long…
My Courier Tribune | October 20, 2017
Person reported in custody after lock down at Park Hill High School | Kansas City Star Person reported in custody after lock down at Park Hill High School
A threat that prompted a lock down Friday at Park Hill High School resulted in the arrest of one person. Police reported about 12:45 p.m. Friday that a suspect was … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | October 20, 2017