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Kansas City Survival Skills
Experts in self-defense and mass shootings are filming a television show right now at Kansas City International Airport. The shoot - booked back in April. Producers hoped to use KCI's Terminal A, which is closed to the public, to help stage a disaster scenario.
Urban Core Discount Glut
The last thing the Old Northeast needs is a vacant building. That's why new development at Independence Ave. & Monroe is drawing mixed feelings. "A lot of folks in the neighborhood were hoping we'd get a grocery store there," President of the Indian Mound Neighborhood Association Bryan Stalder said.
Rock Chalk Lesson In Fear
Police at the University of Kansas are investigating after a large number of spent shell casings were found outside of KU's administrative building. Authorities said approximately 20 used shell casings were found in the bushes outside of Strong Hall Tuesday. After an investigation, police said they have found no indication that a weapon was ever fired anywhere near Strong Hall.
Kansas City Wartime Testimony
People need space to talk about war these days, says Anne Gatschet. "We live in a world that's got a lot of war. I think all of us are dealing with how to talk-slash-not talk about a great deal of pain and injury, moral and physical," says Gatschet, who is president of the board at The Writers Place.
Horrible Golden Ghetto Planning
A suspect is arrested near the U.S. Bank in Overland Park within minutes after it is robbed.
Telcom Saying Goodbye To JoCo
Sprint Corp. may no longer call Overland Park home if it merges with its magenta competitor. Although an approved deal with T-Mobile US Inc. is far from certain, the two telcos are expected to reach terms for a stock-for-stock transaction by the end of October, according to recent reports.
Pitch Has High Hopes For Hometeam
The bittersweet thing about glory: It comes and goes, almost as quickly as a breath. Kansas City Royals fans know this better than most, having seen more than their share of stars depart for bigger markets - a scenario that's about to repeat itself, in an offseason that started too soon.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .