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News Hottie Talks Politico Promises
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Kansas City, Kansas, Mayor Mark Holland spoke about the progress of promises he made to voters when he was elected four years ago, as well as what he plans to do if elected again in Tuesday's election.
1st Responder Fights For KC
A Kansas City, Missouri firefighter was injured Monday while battling a blaze at a home off of Flora Avenue. Crews were called around noon to fight a fire at a home near 39th and Flora. While crews were working on the roof of that home, one firefighter slipped and fell to the ground.
Restore The Core Cont'd
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A nonprofit group is working to buy 425 blighted homes for what would be the largest scattered site redevelopment project the metro area has seen. The rehabbed homes may help improve other problems that are dragging neighborhoods down.
Kansas City Tastes Great!?!
Ruby Jean's comes to Troost, plus a Kusshi pop-up, a Rieger brunch and more of the week's food and drink events
Courtesy Ruby Jean's Juicery Thursday, November 9 Lawrence's Bon Bon (804 Pennsylvania) is offering a mezcal tasting tonight from 4 to 7. Attendees will taste seven mezcals as reps from Standard Beverage walk them through the selections. Snacks will also be available. The tasting is $10; no reservations are necessary.
Kansas City Royals Winning 2017
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City's favorite king of the jungle has been inducted into the Mascot Hall of Fame. The Kansas City Royals' Sluggerrr was inducted Monday, the announcement made from the home of the Mascot Hall of Fame in Whiting, Indiana.
Midtown Kansas City Old School
This block just north of the Plaza started out as a residential area, but as the Plaza developed over the early decades of the 1900s, several of its homes were replaced by "modern" apartments.
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