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My Courier Tribune | August 18, 2018
Wide receiver Ahkil Crumpton (25) practices with the Georgia football team at Sanford Stadium on Aug. 18. The University of Georgia football team held practice at Sanford Stadium on Saturday, August 18, 2018 in Athens, Georgia. Members of the media…
Jalen Hurd | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 18, 2018
File-Jalen Hurd during a scrimmage. Hurd was a running back at Tennessee last year, gaining 2,660 yards with 20 TDs in three years there. He believes he needs to be a wide receiver to make it to the NFL.
Baylor receivers | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 18, 2018
Denzel Mims, right, breaks away from a Liberty defender during last season. Mims says he's been working on his route running, speed and cuts, and thinks he's a lot better now.
Football forever: As football's youth participation rates continue decline, coaches try to improve the sport to preserve its future | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 18, 2018
In this age of awareness, specialization and Fortnite, Tulsa’s youth coaches are trying to find ways to rekindle that dream, make the sport safer and keep kids — and their parents — engaged.
Cory Brandon says he's fighting for current and future players with concussion lawsuit | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 18, 2018
Cory Brandon was Oklahoma’s starting right tackle in the Sooners’ 2009 season opener against BYU, an infamous game for Sooner Nation because of Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford’s injury.
Hawkeyes seek solutions to punting problems | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 18, 2018
IOWA CITY — Consistency isn’t necessarily measured by the hash marks on a field for some Iowa football players.
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
Kansas City police are investigating the shooting death Friday of a man found on the front porch of a residence in the 3300 block of Wabash Avenue. Officers were called … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
Kansas City Star video journalists Jill Toyoshiba and David Eulitt have been nominated for Mid-America Regional Emmy Awards. Toyoshiba’s video “Giving the gift of life: Teacher donates a kidney to … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
If your primary care doctor is employed by Shawnee Mission Medical Center, you will be asked what seems like some unusual questions at your next appointment. Questions like: Do you … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
Platte County authorities charged a man and a woman on Friday after sheriff’s deputies seized over 200 pounds of marijuana from their van following a vehicle pursuit. Authorities estimated street … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
Jackson County prosecutors on Friday charged a 24-year-old man with several felonies for allegedly breaking into a woman’s house and sexually assaulting and stabbing her. Spencer M. Franklin of Lee’s … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | August 18, 2018
Another pivotal Western Conference clash awaits as second-place Sporting Kansas City (11-6-6, 39 points) returns home to battle the fifth-place Portland Timbers (10-5-7, 37 points) on Saturday night at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. and a limited num...
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
Prairie Village police, with the help of several other agencies, took an armed man into custody early Saturday morning in the 3000 block of West 69th Street, near the Indian Hills Country Club in Mission Hills. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
Wherever their journeys may take them, bees, hummingbirds, dragonflies and butterflies are always welcome at the Pollinator Prairie. For the past six years, this 5-acre native habitat, located in the … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
I had my first cavity the same year that I had my first child. Although the pregnancy/cavity pattern was repeated with the next two kids, my husband still claims victory … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
A plan to build a shopping center and convenience store on the southwest corner of 175th Street and Lone Elm Road in Olathe is moving forward despite opposition from residents … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | August 18, 2018
It was another extra-inning seesaw battle of leading, trailing and tying Friday evening at T-Bones Stadium. It all came down to an 11th inning two-run RBI double from Alay Lago that sent the T-Bones walking off the field winners 6-5 over Cleburne. After being in second place in the American Associat...
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2018
Shots rang out early Saturday around the Indian Hills Country Club, between Prairie Village and Mission Hills, and a person was taken into custody without incident for a mental-health evaluation. … Click to Continue »
Syrians rebuild war-torn historic city of Homs | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 17, 2018
Syrians begin to rebuild the historic city of Homs after years of devastating war. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
Manafort judge not naming jurors, cites safety | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 17, 2018
The judge in the trial of former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort said he has received threats during the course of the proceedings. As a result, Judge T.S. Ellis will not be making the 12 jurors and four alternates'…
Watch girl do 'KiKi Challenge' in the hospital | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 17, 2018
A 10-year-old girl awaiting heart surgery stepped out of her wheelchair and did the "KiKi challenge" to try and get Drake's attention.
Techno or House, What's the difference | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 17, 2018
DJ Peggy Gou gives Richard Quest a hands on music lesson in House and Techno music.
Nebraska's quarterback battle is down to two. Will a starter emerge before the season? | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 17, 2018
Adrian Martinez, No. 2, and Tristan Gebbia are the two candidates to be Nebraska's starting quarterback.
Kearney subdivisions under boil advisory | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 17, 2018
KEARNEY —Due to a water main break Friday, Aug. 17, several subdivisions in Kearney are under a boil advisory until Monday, Aug. 20.
Team for the Ages — Jim Otto | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | August 17, 2018
Over the offseason, thousands of fans voted in our "Team For the Ages" contest to construct the best imaginable 50-man roster from the NFL’s modern era, which began in 1967. The votes have been counted, and we’re unveiling one player…
Wyandotte Daily | August 17, 2018
by Kelly Rogge, KCKCC As students, faculty and staff begin filtering onto the Kansas City Kansas Community College main campus for the start of a new semester, they may notice some new, more eco-friendly additions to the hallways. The college recently purchased hydration stations at the request of t...
Wyandotte Daily | August 17, 2018
An injury-accident was reported at 7:44 a.m. Aug. 16 on northbound I-435 at Donahoo Road, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol trooper’s report. A Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck was northbound on I-435 when it made a lane change, striking a Nissan Altima, the trooper’s report stated. The drive...
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Getting to downtown Kansas City from the east via Interstate 70 will require some patience this weekend. The Missouri Department of Transportation will close three of the four westbound lanes … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
A judge had banned David Love from possessing weapons. But last August, he grabbed a gun and killed his ex-girlfriend. Now, nearly a year later, a “failure of the system” … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Colby Patterson’s seizures started when he was playing Candy Land. His big sister moved her piece, his mom moved hers and then it was 8-year-old Colby’s turn. But he froze. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Visitors to the Kansas City Zoo may spot Werikhe the rhinoceros doing his thing out in the African plain, or maybe newcomers Zuri and Ruka having their turn out in … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | August 17, 2018
The T-Bones (51-31) went into Thursday’s match-up against Fargo-Moorhead (45-37) trying to end a three-game losing streak and avoid the brooms of the RedHawks in the final game of the three-game series. It was a back-and-forth ball game all night long. The T-Bones led, trailed, led, trailed, then ...
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
After weeks of negotiations, Sprint Corp. arrived at mutually agreeable terms with the Kansas City family whose number was accidentally given to a stranger who harassed them with a series … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | August 17, 2018
Today’s high will be in the mid-80s, with similar temperatures through Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Dry weather for Friday and Saturday could change to rain on Sunday, the weather service said. Rain chances are expected to continue Sunday night into Monday, according to the w...
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
An Independence man who stabbed his wife to death while their three children hid has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole. Vicente Roldan-Marron was sentenced … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
In the late 1980s, Thelma and David Altschul opened their east Kansas City home to anyone with no place to go. The couple welcomed the poor, addicted, homeless and hungry. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Thelma's Kitchen, a Donate-What-You-Can community cafe at 31st and Troost, is the first of its kind in Kansas City. Thelma's aims to bring people together and transform Troost Ave from a dividing line into a gathering place. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
A postal service letter carrier discovered a large python slithering around an Overland Park resident’s front porch near the mailbox Friday. Overland Park police tweeted photos of what they said … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
A woman was found with gunshot wounds on an interstate ramp late Thursday night, Kansas City police said in a news release. Police said officers were called to Interstate 470 … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | August 17, 2018
by Alan Hoskins, KCKCC Sophomores will lead the way for this fall’s Kansas City Kansas Community College’s women’s soccer team. Six sophomores and one transfer will be joined by 13 freshmen when the Lady Blue Devils open the 2018 season with a home contest with State Fair Wednesday, Aug. 22. T...
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II is asking the House Financial Services Committee to hold a hearing looking into a recently revealed banking policy that requires some longtime customers to establish … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Mayor Sly James, heeding calls from the city’s school leaders, said Friday he would postpone plans to ask voters in November for a sales tax increase to fund expanded early … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Federal officials say they are offering a reward of up to $10,000 to catch the thieves who stole guns from a Cass County pawn shop. “Numerous” firearms were taken in … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Six fast-food workers have sued Overland Park-based KBP Foods, claiming they’ve been required to work without pay because of technology problems, managers’ misdeeds and company policies. The workers’ lawsuit seeks … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
After two decades in the State Line Shopping Center, OfficeMax will relocate to Leawood. The retailer currently has about 26,000 square feet at 10111 State Line Road. While officials couldn’t … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | August 17, 2018
The Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating John Hoytal, 74, who was last seen in the 600 block of Tenny Avenue on Aug. 10. Police said he may be showing signs of dementia. He is 6-foot, 190 pounds, with brown eyes and grey and white hair. Anyone wh...
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
A Kansas City man known as “Joker” pleaded guilty Friday to kidnapping and torturing an Independence man over a bag full of stolen drug money. Gerald L. Holmes, 26, also … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Kansas authorities said they have uncovered a suspected dogfighting operation and rescued 45 animals being kept in “deplorable” conditions. The operation was uncovered Thursday when the Kansas Bureau of Investigation … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
The Kansas City Star has been awarded the prestigious Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award in recognition of its government transparency project, “Why so secret, Kansas?” The Sigma Delta Chi … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 17, 2018
Authorities say they have arrested a man and rescued 45 animals from a suspected dogfighting operation in Doniphan County, Kan. … Click to Continue »