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Cloudy weather forecast spreads anxiety among eclipse watchers in St. Joseph | Kansas City Star Cloudy weather forecast spreads anxiety among eclipse watchers in St. Joseph
For years, transplanted Australian Joe Mack plotted out where he'd plant himself for the 2017 eclipse. He's retired these days to Durham, N.C., not far from where the path of … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 20, 2017
Shooting near Westport leaves man wounded early Sunday | Kansas City Star Shooting near Westport leaves man wounded early Sunday
Police officers patrolling on foot soon after the 3 a.m. closing of the Westport entertainment district rushed to a shooting just north of the district Sunday morning. Police provided emergency … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 20, 2017
Confederate Memorial on Ward Parkway to come down | Kansas City Star Confederate Memorial on Ward Parkway to come down
The Confederate Memorial at 55th Street and Ward Parkway in Kansas City will be removed after being vandalized on Friday. The Missouri Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy asked the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department to move the monument to a safer location after it was defaced with graffiti on Friday. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 20, 2017
Sporting KC rises to the top with 2-0 win over Dallas FC | Wyandotte Daily Sporting KC rises to the top with 2-0 win over Dallas FC
by Brian Turrel Sporting KC came away from Saturday evening’s match against Dallas FC with a confident 2 – 0 victory and three points that put them back atop the
Wyandotte Daily | August 20, 2017
Vandalized Confederate monument in KC will be removed soon, park officials say | Kansas City Star Vandalized Confederate monument in KC will be removed soon, park officials say
After much hubbub — and an act of vandalism — a Confederate monument at 55th Street and Ward Parkway in Kansas City will be removed. The Missouri Division of the … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 20, 2017
Will Poulter praises Kathryn Bigelow's calm nature | My Courier Tribune Will Poulter praises Kathryn Bigelow's calm nature
British actor Will Poulter has admitted he needed help of director Kathryn Bigelow when portraying the evil racist police officer in 'Detroit'.
My Courier Tribune | August 20, 2017
Community builds at eclispe viewing festival | My Courier Tribune Community builds at eclispe viewing festival
Eclipse revelers gather to camp at the Darkening of the Sun Festival on Saturday Aug. 19, 2017, in St. Clair, Mo. Hundreds of people have already taken up temporary residence on the land with more scheduled to arrive to view…
My Courier Tribune | August 20, 2017
Community builds at eclipse-viewing festival | My Courier Tribune Community builds at eclipse-viewing festival
Photo by Christian Gooden, cgooden@post-dispatch.com
My Courier Tribune | August 20, 2017
Police search for gunman after a man is found shot to death on Wabash in Kansas City | Kansas City Star Police search for gunman after a man is found shot to death on Wabash in Kansas City
Police were looking for a gunman who shot a man in his mid-30s to death inside a vehicle on Wabash Avenue early Sunday. Police responded to a call concerning a … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 20, 2017
Revolutionary Therapy for Kansas Citians Suffering from the Effects of ADHD, Autism, Stroke, Parkinson’s, and Other Disorders | The Northland News Revolutionary Therapy for Kansas Citians Suffering from the Effects of ADHD, Autism, Stroke, Parkinson’s, and Other Disorders
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 conditions including ADHD and Autism, as well as the physical effect of … The post Revolutiona
The Northland News | August 19, 2017
Amid cultural tensions nationwide, festival celebrates Kansas City’s diversity | Kansas City Star Amid cultural tensions nationwide, festival celebrates Kansas City’s diversity
If you looked around Swope Park Saturday afternoon, you saw the faces of a true melting pot. You heard music from nearly every culture. You smelled spices from around the … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
New Lee’s Summit superintendent outlines his goals for the school district | Kansas City Star New Lee’s Summit superintendent outlines his goals for the school district
A commitment to fairness for all students, increased transparency and improvement in achievement for every child are the top goals for Dennis Carpenter as he begins his work as superintendent … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Wrongful death suit filed by family of cyclist killed in Kansas City race | Kansas City Star Wrongful death suit filed by family of cyclist killed in Kansas City race
The family of Casey Saunders, a cyclist who died in a crash in the Tour of Kansas City Criterium race last June, filed a wrongful death petition this week in … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Confederate Memorial defaced along Ward Parkway | Kansas City Star Confederate Memorial defaced along Ward Parkway
The Confederate memorial at 55th Street and Ward Parkway was spray-painted by vandals overnight. Kansas City Parks and Recreation employees used a solvent and a power washer to clean away most of the graffiti. Local resident Quentin Brown says the memorial represents hate and Ken Shipley calls for its removal. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
AtWork ranked among largest staffing firms by revenue | My Courier Tribune AtWork ranked among largest staffing firms by revenue
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Staffing Industry Analysts, the global adviser on staffing and workforce solutions, has ranked AtWork Group as one of the largest staffing firms in the United States in its 2017 annual report.
My Courier Tribune | August 19, 2017
Embarrassing dad Jamie Oliver | My Courier Tribune Embarrassing dad Jamie Oliver
Jamie Oliver says he embarrasses his daughters but he doesn't care.
My Courier Tribune | August 19, 2017
Elisabeth Moss claims she is boring | My Courier Tribune Elisabeth Moss claims she is boring
'Top of the Lake' star Elisabeth Moss claims she is extremely boring and a loner.
My Courier Tribune | August 19, 2017
Missouri governor joins call for expulsion of senator who hoped for Trump's assassination | My Courier Tribune Missouri governor joins call for expulsion of senator who hoped for Trump's assassination
Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal has refused to resign, says she's been interviewed by the Secret Service.
My Courier Tribune | August 19, 2017
Mizzou expects ground game to thrive from the start | My Courier Tribune Mizzou expects ground game to thrive from the start
Tiger hope more physical offensive line play carries over when season kicks off.
My Courier Tribune | August 19, 2017
Triple shooting in KC leaves juvenile with life-threatening injuries and another hurt as police search for third victim | Kansas City Star Triple shooting in KC leaves juvenile with life-threatening injuries and another hurt as police search for third victim
A juvenile was among three people shot Saturday night in Kansas City. The shooting was reported about 9 p.m. in the 5100 block of Eastern Avenue.   Three people were … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Brookside toy store attracts hundreds in last-minute search for eclipse glasses | Kansas City Star Brookside toy store attracts hundreds in last-minute search for eclipse glasses
Brookside Toy and Science store saw a long line of at most four blocks of people coming to buy eclipse glasses the last weekend before August 21. Five dollars per pair, the store owner Jim Ward estimated 25,000 pairs have been sold out. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
CFPB Takes Action Against Aequitas Capital Management | Infozine CFPB Takes Action Against Aequitas Capital Management
For Aiding Corinthian Colleges' Predatory Lending Scheme
Infozine | August 19, 2017
Kansas City Royals Homestand vs Cleveland Indians, Colorado Rockies | Infozine Kansas City Royals Homestand vs Cleveland Indians, Colorado Rockies
The Kansas City Royals will return home to host the Cleveland Indians (August 18-20) and Colorado Rockies (August 22-24).
Infozine | August 19, 2017
KCMO Encouraging Compliance with New Minimum Wage | Infozine KCMO Encouraging Compliance with New Minimum Wage
The City Council on Thursday approved a resolution encouraging local businesses to voluntarily comply with the minimum living wage adopted by Kansas City voters on Aug. 8.
Infozine | August 19, 2017
NASA's Latest Communications Satellite Launch Is Successful | Infozine NASA's Latest Communications Satellite Launch Is Successful
The mission of the TDRS project, established in 1973, is to develop, launch and deliver data communications relay spacecraft to support NASA's Space Network, which provides high-data-rate communications and accurate navigation.
Infozine | August 19, 2017
Six More Defendants Plead Guilty to Missouri Meth Conspiracy | Infozine Six More Defendants Plead Guilty to Missouri Meth Conspiracy
Six more defendants have pleaded guilty in federal court to their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in Greene County, MO.
Infozine | August 19, 2017
Brookside toy store slammed by last-minute buyers of eclipse glasses | Kansas City Star Brookside toy store slammed by last-minute buyers of eclipse glasses
With time running out to buy solar eclipse glasses, hundreds stood in a blocks-long line Saturday outside a Brookside toy store to snap some up. “They’re nowhere,” said Lori Beebe, … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
The solar eclipse is a once-in-a-lifetime event. Here’s everything you need to know | Kansas City Star The solar eclipse is a once-in-a-lifetime event. Here’s everything you need to know
Ever seen the stars shining brightly in the middle of the afternoon? On Aug. 21, when a total solar eclipse blots out the sun, that incredible sight will be seen … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Weeks after employee died, Blue Springs firm cited for again violating safety rules | Kansas City Star Weeks after employee died, Blue Springs firm cited for again violating safety rules
Theresa O’Hare raged last December at the owner of the Blue Springs plumbing company that employed her son, “D.J.” Relatives held her back from Arrow Plumbing LLC. owner Ricky Smith … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Will the total eclipse be a total bust? Latest forecast for the area shaping up | Kansas City Star Will the total eclipse be a total bust? Latest forecast for the area shaping up
The total eclipse on Monday might be a total bust if weather forecasts as of Saturday morning are correct. The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill’s models suggest a fair … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Friday night sobriety checkpoint nets five DUI arrests, four fugitives apprehended | Kansas City Star Friday night sobriety checkpoint nets five DUI arrests, four fugitives apprehended
A Kansas City Missouri Police Department’s sobriety checkpoint on Friday night and into the early hours of Saturday led to five DUI arrests, according to KCPD. Nearly 180 vehicles were … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Bonner Springs celebrates at Tiblow Days | Wyandotte Daily Bonner Springs celebrates at Tiblow Days
Bonner Springs celebrated Tiblow Days Aug. 17, 18 and 19. On Saturday, there was a parade, car show, carnival, and barbecue competition. The carnival runs through 9 p.m. Saturday, and
Wyandotte Daily | August 19, 2017
After dispute over keeping downtown historical, bar owner wins all the marble | Kansas City Star After dispute over keeping downtown historical, bar owner wins all the marble
A garish, neon-green band suddenly appeared on a downtown Lee’s Summit building. Last week it disappeared just as quick, painted over when a tussle about design standards ended. “The green … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Confederate monuments are ‘outdated,’ should be removed, KC councilman says | Kansas City Star Confederate monuments are ‘outdated,’ should be removed, KC councilman says
A day after a Confederate monument was vandalized in Kansas City, a city council member said such memorials have no place in modern society and called for the removal of … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Two injured Saturday in south KC shooting, expected to survive | Kansas City Star Two injured Saturday in south KC shooting, expected to survive
Two people were injured in a shooting Saturday in south Kansas City. The shooting was reported about 6 p.m. near East 85th Street and Holmes Road.   According to police … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Mother recalls tragic trench death of son last year in Belton | Kansas City Star Mother recalls tragic trench death of son last year in Belton
Theresa O'Hare recalls the day her son, Donald J. Meyer, died in a trench accident Dec. 15 in Belton. Video by Shane Keyser, The Kansas City Star. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
House Democratic leader Jim Ward enters race for governor | Kansas City Star House Democratic leader Jim Ward enters race for governor
House Democratic Leader Jim Ward is running for governor, jumping into the race after months of flirting with the idea. Ward, a Wichitan with a reputation as a bulldog debater … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Kansas City Confederate memorial hit with graffiti overnight | Kansas City Star Kansas City Confederate memorial hit with graffiti overnight
A local Confederate memorial at 55th and Ward Parkway was hit graffiti Friday night. The graffiti appears to be a red hammer and sickle. After last week’s protests and violence … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Lawrence man involved in youth sports charged with sexually assaulting child | Kansas City Star Lawrence man involved in youth sports charged with sexually assaulting child
A Lawrence man who was charged last week with sexually assaulting a child under 14 was involved in youth sports. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Andrew Tribble, 39, was arrested … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 19, 2017
Sen. Jerry Moran reacts to Steve Bannon leaving Trump White House job | Kansas City Star Sen. Jerry Moran reacts to Steve Bannon leaving Trump White House job
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, a Kansas Republican, was informed during a town hall Friday that another change had been made in the Trump White House: Chief strategist Steve Bannon was leaving. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | August 18, 2017