Closures associated with the Buck O'Neil Bridge project pick up next week. MoDOT crews will close westbound 4th Street from Washington Street to Beardsley Road on Monday.
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The 49th annual Parkville Days begin Friday night. While many know of the festival, some may not know how it started, tracing back to a painting and a homecoming 40 years in the making.
Strawberry Hill Museum & Cultural Center aims to promote, sponsor and preserve ethnic heritage. In the late 1800s, immigrants came to KC to work in the meat packing industry in the West Bottoms.
The 174th entrant officer class graduated from the KC Regional Police Academy Thursday evening. It's the moment they've been waiting for for nearly seven months.
Police in Kansas City, Missouri, are investigating a shooting that killed a man on Thursday night in the 5200 block of Brooklyn Avenue.
A search is beginning for the next county administrator of Wyandotte County. Cheryl Harrison-Lee is serving as the interim county administrator. She's been in that role since January.
The mayor and CEO of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, is speaking for the first time since the KBI executed a search warrant on the UG building.
A local Kansas family is trying to bring their injured son back from Mexico, who was badly injured in an accident shortly after moving out of the country.
Organizers with KC Tenants, a city-wide tenant union, packed City Hall in Kansas City, Missouri, on Thursday, urging city leaders to not sign off on a new housing ordinance.
Neighbors claim they tried to warn authorities of a home where a 2-year-old boy died on Wednesday in Kansas City, Missouri.
As another school year begins, parents are thinking about ways to protect their children at school and at home. That includes school security concerns and ways to protect personal data.
A Kansas City, Missouri, man was sentenced Thursday to 10 years and 10 months in federal prison without parole for forcibly resisting federal law enforcement.
The Leavenworth County Attorney’s Office has recently received reports of scams by alleged bail bondsmen and attorneys.
Kansas City's pitch to land a nonstop flight to Europe goes beyond the new single-terminal Kansas City International Airport, which opens next year, and the forthcoming 2026 FIFA World Cup.
A suspect who shot at deputies with the Cass County Sheriff's Office after leading them on a chase escaped.
Gov. Laura Kelly announced Thursday sports books at Kansas’ four state-owned casinos can begin accepting wagers in September.
Missouri's Republican and Democratic U.S. Senate nominees, Eric Schmitt and Trudy Busch Valentine. on Thursday vied for farmers' votes at the Missouri State Fair.