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Lemon: Obama comparison makes me want to scream | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | December 11, 2018
CNN's Don Lemon shares why it does not make sense to compare former President Obama's civil violation of a federal election law to the campaign finance crimes of President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen.
Cuomo: Why lie if you've nothing to hide? | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | December 11, 2018
CNN's Chris Cuomo discusses new reporting that at least 16 associates Donald Trump had contacts with Russians during the 2016 campaign or transition, according to public statements, court filings, CNN reporting, and reporting from other news outlets.
Scaramucci: Hiring John Kelly was a mistake | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | December 11, 2018
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci explains to CNN's Chris Cuomo why he thinks President Trump hiring John Kelly as his White House chief of staff was a "misfire."
Providing Christmas cheer to foster children | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | December 11, 2018
Friends of Clay County Court Appointed Special Advocate, Inc. hold their 14 annual CASA Christmas Party for Clay County foster children on Sunday, Dec. 2, at Our Lady of Mercy Country Home in Liberty. Pictured are volunteers who helped during…
Seahawks take over late, beat Vikings with help from controversial blocked field goal | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | December 11, 2018
Russell Wilson threw for a career-low 72 passing yards and threw one of the worst interceptions of his career, but his team won — and remains a dangerous club in the postseason hunt.
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Don’t go falling for this kid’s trick. If you didn’t know any better, you might think that 11-year-old Jalen Jenkins is quite clumsy. But in reality, this Kansas fifth grader … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | December 11, 2018
A student at Piper High School has been taken into custody after telling people he was going to bring guns to school to shoot other people, according to Kansas City, Kansas, police. The police chief, in a social media post, stated that the student was located and taken into custody without incident....
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
A prison sentence of eight years was upheld Tuesday for a woman who embezzled a combined $1.5 million from two of the Kansas City area’s largest private employers The 8th … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | December 11, 2018
There is a 50 percent chance of rain for Wyandotte County on Wednesday night and Thursday, according to the National Weather Service forecast, followed by a 40 percent chance of rain, snow and freezing drizzle on Thursday night. The Kansas City area will receive rain on Wednesday night, while areas ...
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
A Leawood man has been charged with animal cruelty, accused of abusing or neglecting his dog so badly it had to be euthanized. Ibrahim Ozyesil, 20, was booked into the … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
A woman who says she was subjected to a “violent and aggressive” slap on the buttocks by a fitness instructor is suing the Lenexa boxing club where the incident occurred. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Overland Park police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who stole several items from a department store and tried to hit a security guard with a vehicle … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
At immigration court on the 5th floor of a downtown office building, Judge Glen R. Baker spent a Tuesday morning setting court dates for 40 immigrants before him facing possible … Click to Continue »
Infozine | December 11, 2018
The IRS urges employees to do a "paycheck checkup" so they don’t have too little withheld and face an unexpected tax bill or smaller tax refund next year.
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Two U.S. senators are seeking answers about the death of a veteran following an altercation at the Kansas City VA Medical Center. VA officials have declined for months to provide … Click to Continue »
Infozine | December 11, 2018
Don't just be curious about how your Kansas City government works. Enroll today in the City’s free, eight-week program designed to connect residents with a government that wants to build a better Kansas City.
Infozine | December 11, 2018
The only event of its kind in the Midwest - Kansas City’s favorite solo artists, duos, and bands play live for KKFI 90.1 FM Kansas City Community Radio’s on-air Band Auction April 6th, 7th, and 8th while listeners call in to bid on two-hour concerts donated by the musicians currently performing.
Infozine | December 11, 2018
This fraud can involve the sale of anything from cars and trucks to RV’s, boats, and outdoor gear. Since 2014, the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center has recorded about 27,000 reports of this kind of scam costing victims more than $54 million in losses.
Wyandotte Daily | December 11, 2018
The BPU Employees Charity Golf Corporation distributed checks totaling $43,000 to the Police Athletic League (PAL), Wyandotte County Parks Foundation, Historic Northeast-Midtown Association (HNMA), and the BPU Employee Foundation. Proceeds were raised in the corporate-sponsored 2018 BPU Charity Golf...
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Businesses, a storage center and a senior living apartment would be built along the southern border of Ernie Miller Park and Nature Center under a plan the Olathe Planning Commission … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Kansas City police have released the name of a 68-year-old man who was killed late Saturday after his pickup struck a utility pole at Gregory Boulevard and James A. Reed … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Several multi-vehicle accidents occurred along northbound and southbound I-435 near both Stadium Drive and I-70 on Dec. 11, 2018, causing significant delays to motorists traveling in the area. … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | December 11, 2018
The KC Foodie Park application for a change of zone at the Indian Springs site was held over until the Jan. 14 City Planning Commission meeting to resolve issues. The application went before the City Planning Commission on Monday night. The site is a former mall near 47th and State Avenue. Among the...
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Some Google Fiber and Fiber TV customers in the Kansas City area say their service has been mysteriously disrupted and their accounts deleted. It is unclear how widely the disruptions … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead on Monday night. At about 8:30 p.m., police say they were called to a residence on the 4600 block of … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Two adults and one child were transported to an area hospital Monday night after the driver of a Chevy Sonic lost control of the car, plowed into a curb and cartwheeled into the side of the Restaurant Depot building in the West Bottoms … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
A Kansas City man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder during the second day of his trial Tuesday in Jackson County Circuit Court, the prosecutor’s office said in a news release. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
A Piper High School student is in custody Tuesday morning after he was allegedly overheard making threats about bringing a gun to the Kansas City, Kan., school and shooting others, … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
More than seven years after a tornado killed 161 people and destroyed nearly a third of Joplin, Mo., a Missouri man stands battered but victorious against another powerful force that … Click to Continue »
The Northland News | December 11, 2018
SPONSORED POST Fountain of Life Offers Interactive Metronome Training to Improve Cognitive, Behavioral, Social and Motor Skills Kansas City, MO — Fountain of Life now offers a therapy to improve speech/communication, coordination and learning, in adults and children suffering from a number of ...
The Northland News | December 11, 2018
State Auditor to examine state officials’ dual roles serving on the board of a private company while operating as state regulators for that industry JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has announced the start of an investigation into potential conflicts of interes...
The Northland News | December 11, 2018
Muhammad cartoon publisher Flemming Rose talks about immigration, free speech, and toleration. In 2005, while an editor at the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, Flemming Rose commissioned a series of cartoons about the prophet Muhammad. His goal was to highlight the dangers of self-censorship in an ...
The Northland News | December 11, 2018
Tomorrow, Thursday April 13, the Kansas City Council will be getting an update on the current condition of the US 169 Buck O’Neil Bridge and how a proposed two year closure starting in 2019 will impact the region. The presentation might also discuss the bridge replacement and downtown freeway ...
Wyandotte Daily | December 11, 2018
A former pharmacy technician was sentenced Monday to three years of probation for stealing fentanyl from a Kansas hospital where he worked, U.S. Attorney Steve McAllister said. In addition, he was ordered to pay more than $4,300 in restitution. Heydon G. White, 37, Stilwell, Kansas, pleaded guilty t...
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
A former pharmacy technician at the University of Kansas Hospital has been placed on probation for stealing numerous doses of the painkiller fentanyl. Heydon G. White was also ordered to … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
A man who told police after a traffic stop that he planned to kill someone the next day was found guilty of a federal firearm crime Monday. Seneca Harrison, 36, … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
Maranatha and David Christie, an area real estate developer, have a knotty problem with the Knotty Rug Co. — a $28,000 problem. The Johnson County couple spent that amount on … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
A male student at Piper High School is in custody Tuesday morning after allegedly threatening to bring a gun to school to shoot others. Kansas City, Kan. Police took the student into custody without incident. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 11, 2018
At its Dec. 13 meeting, the Lee’s Summit School District will consider steps the district can take soon to balance enrollment among schools and equalize learning opportunities across the district. … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | December 11, 2018
MP3 with Fred Uzzell will perform at the Grinter Jamboree from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today, Dec. 11, at the Grinter barn, 1400 S. 78th St., Kansas City, Kansas. Christmas music will be the theme of the performance, with additional classic country music. The donation will be $5.
Wyandotte Daily | December 11, 2018
by Alan Hoskins, KCKCC What a difference seven days can make for a young basketball team. Beaten by Washburn University junior varsity 80-77 a week ago, Kansas City Kansas Community College’s young Blue Devils responded with a workmanlike 72-59 home court win over the Ichabods Monday night. The wi...
Wyandotte Daily | December 10, 2018
The KC Foodie Park proposed for the old Indian Springs mall site at 47th and State Avenue is on the agenda for tonight’s City Planning Commission meeting. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at the Commission Chambers, lobby level, City Hall, 701 N. 7th St. Kansas City, Kansas. Ac...
Kansas City Star | December 10, 2018
Firefighters found the body of a man while putting out hot spots after a house fire in Kansas City Monday, according to authorities. The man’s body was found in the … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 10, 2018
A car crashed into the Restaurant Depot building in the West Bottoms Monday night, police say. The crash happened just before 8 p.m. when a driver coming off the 12th … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 10, 2018
A Nebraska man took to a sidewalk near the entrance of the Catholic Center in downtown Kansas City on Monday to identify himself as the previously anonymous plaintiff alleging sexual … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | December 10, 2018
Jalen Jenkins, a student in Olathe, Kansas, chose to make getting picked up from school humorous for his dad, Chad, who captures him tripping on the way to the car every day after school. … Click to Continue »
The Northland News | December 10, 2018
State law allows abuse, mismanagement in Transportation Development Districts, debts incurred without voter approval  JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – Earlier in the month, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway released a report on Transportation Development Districts (TDDs) that found districts across ...
The Northland News | December 10, 2018
Dalton Hanna, 15 of Kearney, MO, was diagnosed in July 2014 with DSRCT (Desmoplastic small-round-cell tumor).  DSCRT is an aggressive and rare cancer that primarily occurs as masses in the abdomen. Dalton should be a sophomore at Kearney High School right now but instead is in the fight of his life...
The Northland News | December 10, 2018
Program Will Help Bridge A Critical Divide Between Rural and Metropolitan School Districts JEFFERSON CITY — In early April, Governor Eric Greitens announced a new high-speed internet initiative, which will bring essential internet infrastructure to rural school districts. This program will help br...
Kansas City Star | December 10, 2018
You would think with everyone having a phone to occupy their brains that we, as a society, would have gotten better about waiting in line. There are emails to answer … Click to Continue »