4 hrs ago
Famous photographer gets degree at KCAI more than 50 years after he began
Gallucci, a world-class photographer whose subjects have ranged from Bruce Springsteen and Stevie Wonder, to Woody Allen and Kansas City's own Robert Altman, was an Art Institute student in the mid-1960s. Gallucci left the school to pursue his career in photography and never got his degree.
6 hrs ago
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Todd Graves, a Platte County resident and prominent Kansas City attorney, has been appointed special counsel for the Bipartisan Investigative Committee on Privacy Protection.
10 hrs ago
Agricultural Immigration Reform Forum Announced
AGRICULTURAL IMMIGRATION REFORM FORUM ANNOUNCED May 17, 2013 Source: Agricultural Business Council of Kansas City news release Immigration reform is one of the most challenging issues facing America today and will be in the spotlight May 29 in Kansas City at an extended lunch event and issue forum hosted by the Agricultural Business Council of ... (more)
Sat May 18, 2013
Kansas City InfoZine
New Utility Line Protection Program for KCMO Homeowners
Homeowners will soon receive program and signup information in their mailboxes. The Service Line Warranty Program is provided through the National League of Cities and administered by Service Line Warranties of America.
Kansas City InfoZine
KCMO 2013 Home Weatherization Program Accepting Applications
This service is available for all of Jackson, Clay and Platte counties, including the areas outside of the City of Kansas City, MO's city limits.
NBC Action News
Derrick Thomas Academy closing in June
Low test scores and poorly-managed finances have created an uncertain future at Derrick Thomas Academy.
Kansas City museum raising cash to fly 'Connie'
This 2012 photo provided by the National Airline History Museum shows its Lockheed Constellation, or Connie, as the propeller-driven aircraft was known, in Kansas City, Mo.
Places to go and enjoy the warm weather
Warm weather has finally made it to the Kansas City area. Flowers are in bloom. Trees are filling out in green splendor.
Kansas City woman behind successful literacy program celebrated
Jean Rundle is suffering from a heart condition and in quickly declining health.
Supercells possible in the Midwest on Sunday
The National Weather Service says there is a slight risk for severe weather on Sunday, and isolated tornadoes and supercell storms are possible.
Rachael Ray, Regis Philbin fawn over 'impound puppy' Kia
The Rachael Ray show flew a puppy to New York that survived a month inside a locked car at Kansas City's tow lot.
The Kansas City Star
Royals pitcher James Shields puts minimansion on the market
One day after Savannah Nash celebrated her 16th birthday on May 8, she picked up her Missouri driver’s license.
Fri May 17, 2013
Four walk/run events to affect weekend traffic May 17-19
The City of Kansas City, Mo., is notifying motorists that four separate walks and races will result in several temporary road closures on May 17, 18 and 19.
'Professional' shoplifters cause headaches, hassle for retailers
Gangs of shoplifters are stealing some of the most basic items from stores in the Kansas City metro area and customers are paying the cost of it.
Tony's Kansas City
Kansas City Double Shooting and Homicide this Morning
Kansas City homicide and violence persist despite a few peaceful days this week.
North Kansas City, Kansas City's streetcar expansion studies roll along
Local officials are asking for the Missouri Department of Transportation's support - philosophical and financial - to look at the feasibility of extending a Kansas City streetcar line to North Kansas City.
Regus Group leads booming executive-suite industry growth
The executive-suite industry, which provides companies with office space and shared services, is booming.
Friends of KCI launches another petition against single-terminal plan
Friends of KCI, a group opposed to the plan to rebuild Kansas City International Airport, is taking another shot at putting the $1.2 billion question on a citywide ballot in November.
Independence Avenue CID kicks off with community-wide clean-up this Saturday
Plans are underway for the Independence Avenue Community Improvement District to begin, and Rebecca Koop has been busy starting said plans.
New high mile-per-gallon car for sale and visiting Kansas City
With the cost of gas on the rise, many are searching for more fuel-efficient cars and there is now a car, made in America, that gets 84 miles to the gallon and costs under $7,000. The only problem is the new Elio has got three wheels and, in most states, it's considered a motorcycle.