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Wyandotte Daily | June 20, 2018
by Alan Hoskins, KCKCC This past spring, Lana Ross was blown away by Kansas City Kansas Community College’s new softball facilities. Now, she’s the new Lady Blue Devils’ head coach. “I love the field, the facilities are incredible,” said Ross, who coached Fort Scott to a split with KCKCC i...
Wyandotte Daily | June 20, 2018
The community is preparing for the funeral service for Deputy Patrick Rohrer and Deputy Theresa King, who were killed in the line of duty on Friday. Authorities believe the two deputies were overpowered on Friday by a handcuffed and shackled inmate who was being transported from court back to the Wy...
Kansas City Star | June 20, 2018
Four best friends who have played string instruments together for the last three years will hit the big leagues when they perform together at Carnegie Hall. Pleasant Lea eighth-graders Isabel … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 20, 2018
Earlier this month, we learned of the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. I did not know anything about Spade and only read that she had suffered from depression … Click to Continue »
Kate Spade to be laid to rest this week in Kansas City | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | June 19, 2018
Kate Spade will be laid to rest at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Redemptorist Church in her hometown of Kansas City this week.
Chrissy Teigen jokes her vagina is 'dead' after v-steam | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | June 19, 2018
Chrissy Teigen has joked that she's damaged her vagina after she attempted a v-steam.
Amanda Seyfried wants 'big' second wedding | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | June 19, 2018
Amanda Seyfried tied the knot with her partner Thomas Sadoski in a secret ceremony last year but she has admitted she wants to have a second nuptials on a larger scale.
Lucy Hale thinks social media is like a 'disease' | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | June 19, 2018
Lucy Hale thinks social media is like a "disease" because s many people struggle to break free from it.
Black Panther and Stranger Things lead the way at MTV Movie and TV Awards | My Courier Tribune
My Courier Tribune | June 19, 2018
'Black Panther' and 'Stranger Things' swept the board at this year's MTV Movie and TV Awards - securing four gongs each.
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Jamie Abernathy adored her grandchildren and dreamed of starting a catering business, relatives say. That dream was cut short Sunday night when Abernathy, 58, was found on the porch of … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Before a crowd of roughly 1,500 people in Kansas City, Kan., Parkland survivor Cameron Kasky recounted Monday night what terrified him most when a gunman entered his Florida high school … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | June 19, 2018
Teen survivors of the Parkland school shooting had some advice on how to stop gun violence for hundreds of people who attended a rally Monday evening at the Jack Reardon Civic Center in Kansas City, Kansas. Persons of all ages, including teens, were in the audience. The March for Our Lives group is ...
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
It was a wakeup call, you could say, to anyone keeping a rooster as a pet in Kansas City, Kan. And the reminder came from the chief of police, no … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Kansas City area lawmakers from both parties have condemned the separation of families caught entering the country illegally and have promised a legislative fix is on the horizon. U.S. Pat … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
A man's body was found Tuesday morning in a Cass County hayfield. The cause of death was not immediately apparent. The body was found by a civilian about 9:30 a.m. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
First-degree murder charges were filed Tuesday against a second man in the Friday shooting death of 17-year-old Daniel Bowden in an Olathe parking lot. Malik Jamal Delva, 22, was booked … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
The resignation of a longtime member of the Blue Valley school board has created a vacant seat that school officials hope to fill by August. Earlier this month, the school … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Over persistent neighborhood objections about traffic disruptions and density, the Overland Park City Council reversed an earlier vote Monday night and allowed a rezoning for the giant Brookridge redevelopment to … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Warren Buffett started his legendary career 67 years ago when he took the train from Columbia University to Washington, D.C. His professor, Ben Graham, was chairman of a company called … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Kansas City police are looking for a gunman who held up the Pizza Hut at 10th Street and Broadway Monday evening. The robbery was reported just before 9 p.m. Police … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Prairie Village is hoping to become the first city in Kansas — and the second city in the Kansas City metro area — to formally recognize an international treaty aimed … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Police identified the pedestrian killed by an SUV over the weekend as Allen Keith Mosley of Independence. Mosley, 54, was crossing 23rd Street east of Havard Avenue in Independence around … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
The video is 24 seconds of agony for animal lovers — or anyone with a heart. The male runs up to the cat with quick steps and launches it into … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Gardening is scam, a hoax, a ruse, a wolf in sheep’s clothing because when one says, “They’ve been gardening all weekend” you’re led to believe that he or she has … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
“Everyone gets a trophy! Well, not quite everyone; just the top 75 percent.” Such was the message at the middle school awards assembly. For some time, awards have chapped my … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Raymond Age: 2 1/2 Breed: Shepherd mix Raymond is a sweet fella looking for a fresh start. He originally came to Wayside as a stray in January 2018. Raymond does … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
This summer, animals in Johnson County have new heroes in their corner. Through the end of June, more than 150 children are attending the Great Plains SPCA Young Heroes for … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
One question. That's all Nella Mosley had for the Jackson County coroner. Her 33-year-old son was one of two men shot and killed by Kansas City police officers in a … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Itchy eyes? Sneezing? When spring comes around, many of us know the symptoms well. For more than 20 years, physicians at Children’s Mercy Hospital have used a machine on the … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | June 19, 2018
The Kansas City T-Bones (16-13) left their recent woes in the United States and dominated the Winnipeg Goldeyes (16-13) with a strong offensive performance in the fourth and sixth innings. Three runs in each inning helped lock down the game for Kansas City, with a final score of 9-3 After losing two...
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Wyandotte County Sheriff's Deputy Patrick Rohrer, a husband and father of two young children, was a kindhearted "jokester-geek" who loved his job and was proud of what he did, according … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | June 19, 2018
Relief from the heat arrives today for much of the region with an active weather pattern setting up and expecting to last into the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. This activity should bring some much needed rain to the area. Some areas, especially north of the Kansas City area, m...
Wyandotte Daily | June 19, 2018
A program on succulents and cactus plants is planned from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, July 5, in the Sunflower Room of the Wyandotte County Extension office, 1208 N. 79th St., Kansas City, Kansas. There are many varieties, including some hardy varieties in Kansas City. Jesse Nelson with the Famil...
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Charges have been announced in the killing of 17-year-old Daniel Bowden, who was shot in a parking lot in Olathe on June 15. According to documents filed by Johnson County … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
A chaotic scene unfolded Friday morning in downtown Kansas City, Kan., when two Wyandotte County sheriff's deputies were fatally shot while transporting jail inmates from a court hearing. As Kansas … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
James Reed is charged with second-degree murder for allegedly beating his sister, Jamie Abernathy, to death on June 17. Abernathy lived with her family and was a grandmother of four. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Natalie Maruschak, who will be a senior this fall at Summit Christian Academy, has been accepted as a delegate in the 2018 American Legion Auxiliary Missouri Girls State, which will … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
A man is seen punting a cat like a football in video released by the City of Kansas City. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Tanisha Harris clocked out from her job at an Overland Park bank for lunch at 11:44 a.m. Jan. 8. She never clocked back in. The next day, her body was … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
The Missouri Democratic Party has filed a lawsuit in Cole County in an effort to block Gov. Mike Parson from appointing Senate Majority Leader Mike Kehoe as his lieutenant governor. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Brody Flaming and his fellow Kansas football all-stars were well-aware that the annual BeYounion.com Kansas vs. Missouri All-Star Game had become an all-Show-Me State affair over the past few years. … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Phil Lite could still find the silver lining. Lite, the head football coach at Class 5 state champion Staley, has just watched the Missouri team he guided get thumped 30-0 … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
There’s quite a bit of turnover on the roster, but that’s nothing new for Lee’s Summit Post 189 Auxiliary Outlaws manager Mark Bradford. It’s all just part of the process. … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | June 19, 2018
by Celia Llopis-Jepsen, Kansas News Service Kansas will no longer be allowed to block people from registering to vote if they don’t provide documents such as birth certificates or passports to prove their citizenship. On Monday, a federal judge ruled that doing so violates the U.S. Constitution an...
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
For Gardner resident Daryl Arndt, persuading his wife to try square dancing was a hard sell. They were recently married. The kids were nearly grown. He had enjoyed it when … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
When Lee’s Summit resident Denise Bury took her first square dance lessons, she was only 13. “I’ve been involved almost my whole life. My father was a square dance caller … Click to Continue »
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Northland Career Center National competition: Seven high school students placed first at state and will advance to the National Leadership and Skills Conference, which begins Monday in Louisville, Ky. The … Click to Continue »
Wyandotte Daily | June 19, 2018
by Brian Grimmett, Kansas News Service Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer on Tuesday denied pardon requests for 21 of the state’s inmates. Colyer made the announcement at a press conference in Wichita. Typically when a governor holds a press conference about pardons, it’s to announce he or she is grant...
Wyandotte Daily | June 19, 2018
by Stephan Bisaha, Kansas News Service Tat Hidano still gets the usual questions when he’s overseas recruiting international students to Wichita State University. The big one: Where is Wichita? But lately Hidano has been hearing another question: Will I be safe in the United States? “The questio...
Kansas City Star | June 19, 2018
Belton police are asking the public for help in locating Jessica Parsons, 26, who was last seen Sunday. According to the police, she left her home on foot Sunday to … Click to Continue »