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Kansas City, Kansas is located in Wyandotte County. Zip codes in Kansas City, KS include 66106, 66115, and 66119. The median home price in Kansas City is $85,000 which is roughly $63/per square foot. More Kansas City information.

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2 hrs ago | The Pitch

More troubling news about the Kansas City region's economy

During the Middle of the Map Fest earlier this year, event organizers planned a forum to discuss the prospect of whether Kansas City might become the next Austin, Texas.

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4 hrs ago | Kansas City InfoZine

Kansas City, Kansas, U.S. Soccer National Training Center Announced

The $75-plus million soccer village, which will be located at the southeast corner of Parallel Parkway and 98th Street, will provide a world-class environment to develop players, coaches and referees of all ages.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

Packer

New president for Premier Produce

Danner, formerly chief operating officer for Kansas City, Kan.-based Liberty Fruit Co., said part of what made Premier Produce attractive to him is its double-digit growth in the past couple of years.

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer

2 companies moving from Kansas to Missouri

Missouri has apparently won another round in the continuing border war with Kansas that involves using tax incentives to entice businesses to move across the state line that runs through the Kansas City metropolitan area.

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Business Journal

Where's the gridlock in metro KC? Tips to get around it

To combat the traffic, drivers from Yellow Cab and Regal Limos suggested alternate routes that will skip the gridlock.

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The Pitch

Earthquakes in Kansas? The Sunflower State has a case of the shakes

Midwesterners are being reminded almost weekly now that earthquakes aren't just for Californians.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

The Pitch

Paul Davis is the quiet turtle vying to unseat hare-brained Gov. Sam Brownback

Dedrie Hawkins watches the Wyandotte County Juneteenth Parade from the folding chair she has propped up on the corner of 18th Street and Parallel Parkway.

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Great Bend Tribune

Gwen G. Schroeder 1941 - 2014

Gwen G. Schroeder, 72, died July 20, in Great Bend. Born Oct. 15, 1941, in Great Bend, she was the daughter of H. Martin and Bernice Lucille Glenn.

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The Pitch

President Obama is coming to Kansas City next week

President Barack Obama will make a stop in Kansas City next week. The Kansas City Star reports that Obama will give a speech about the economy on Wednesday, July 30. But the president arrives in town a little early, getting here on Tuesday.

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The Pitch

Can I Have A Bite is now open in South Kansas City

If you haven't already checked out Kathy Hale's Facebook page for her new carry-out restaurant business, Can I Have A Bite, here's what she's offering today in her just-opened shop at 8011 Wornall : chicken enchiladas , vegan lasagna, a vegetable fritatta, Persian lime green beans, and pizza.

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Forward

Actually, Toto, We Are Still In Kansas

The morning of the annual Old Mission Hills Fourth of July Party, I warned Adharsh, my boyfriend at the time who was visiting from New Orleans, about what to expect."

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The Pitch

Providence Pizzeria Company has three kinds of pizza, and bagels, in Grandview

The copper pizza oven - the shiny, oak-burning machine behind the counter of the three-month-old Providence Pizzeria Company in Grandview - has been operating at full force since July 11. The oven was designed for Neapolitan pizza, which requires very high heat, which is why this venue's owners, brothers Aaron and Luke Salvatore and Bill Brison, ... (more)

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

WHAS11

Man arrested in chase that left girl fatally shot

An eastern Kansas man was arrested late Monday afternoon on suspicion of first-degree felony murder and five other charges related to an abduction, police chase and fatal shooting of a 5-year-old girl three days earlier.

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ABC News

Man Arrested in Chase That Left Girl Fatally Shot

An eastern Kansas man was arrested late Monday afternoon on suspicion of first-degree felony murder and five other charges related to an abduction, police chase and fatal shooting of a 5-year-old girl three days earlier.

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Sunherald.com

Group joins crowded ad space in Kansas Senate race

But a top Roberts campaign aide said the Senate Conservatives Fund, in Alexandria, Virginia, is trying vainly to "rescue" Wolf ahead of the Aug. 5 election because Wolf is a flawed candidate.

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The Pitch

French Bee Bakery in Parkville is opening second location in Lenexa

Tracy Torres, left, the owner of the 16-month-old French Bee Bakery in Parkville, is opening a second location of her bake shop and luncheonette in Lenexa this autumn with the assistance of pastry chef Aubrey Jameson.

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The Pitch

Tilted Kilt coming soon to Overland Park; local breastaurant wars heating up

It used to be that Hooter's was the only game in town for men seeking a brief illusion of flirtation with shapely, skimpily dressed young women paid to serve them high-cholesterol menu items in a restaurant adjacent to their suburban office park.

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Kansas City InfoZine

Annual K-State Horticulture Center Field Day

It's all at the K-State Horticulture Research and Extension Center's Field Day, Saturday, July 26, from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. just west of Olathe.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

Examiner.com

Vietnam Veteran, Tim Lee, Visits Haven Baptist Church, Aug. 17

On August 17 at the Haven Baptist Church, 3430 Hutton Rd, Kansas City, Kan., Tim Lee, decorated Marine and gospel minister, will be visiting at 9:30 a.m. On August 17 at the Haven Baptist Church, 3430 Hutton Rd, Kansas City, Kan., Tim Lee, decorated Marine and gospel minister, will be visiting at 9:30 a.m. On August 17 at the Haven Baptist Church , ... (more)

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The Capital-Journal

Seven Kansas properties added to national register

Churches in Harper and Butler counties and a Kansas City hotel are among the newest Kansas properties added to the National Register of Historic Places.

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