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Redux: Another Kansas City Overbuilding Celebration
After months of stops and starts, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art now has the go ahead for the first phase of its master plan. On Thursday, the Kansas City City Council approved a zoning change for the museum's 29-acre property. Outdoor sculptures will take the place of the tennis courts of the former Rockhill Tennis Club along Rockhill Road.
Latest Local Weekend List
Kansas City it's time to get your weekend plans together! WeekEnder: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days Start your weekend off right with a movie under the stars! The Crown Center hosts WeekEnder every Friday until Aug. 4. The event includes local bands, food trucks, local artisans and a famous flick.
Summer Wedding Season Sadness
Brides and bridal parties frantically searching for gowns after popular company unexpectedly shuts down production
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Less than two months out from her friend's wedding, Alyssa Miles, and the bridal party, are in limbo after one of the most recognizable brands in wedding gowns and other dresses suddenly shut its doors.
Celebrate Tiger Cash
Despite steep budget cuts from state lawmakers, donors to University of Missouri are proving their stripes. Donors broke a record in the 2017 fiscal year by donating over $121 million in cash donations. Overall, donations including pledges totaled almost $152 million, the fourth highest in the school's history according to a news release.
Home Team Setback
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Adrian Beltre hit a three-run homer, pinch-hitter Mike Napoli had a go-ahead two-run shot and the Texas Rangers rallied to beat the Kansas City Royals 5-3 on Friday night. Martin Perez (5-6) allowed eight hits and a walk over seven innings, but kept all that traffic to just three runs.
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