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Kansas City Pretends To Care About Your Ideas About A New Glass House
Breaking News Tonight is the first public meeting on design plans for the new single terminal KCI. Councilwoman Jolie Justus is encouraging everyone to come out. "So if there are very specific things or even general ideas that the public has they should absolutely reach out and participate in one of the sessions."
Today In NPR White Guilt
It's no secret that race influences a lot of things in our lives, including how our cities are laid out. Today, urban designer Tyler Cukar explains the lasting legacy of racism and redlining that's shaped Kansas City, and how we can move toward a more racially integrated future.
Local Court Job Interviews
The Kansas City Municipal Judicial Nominating Commission selected three candidates to fill a vacancy left by the retirement of Municipal Judge Elena Franco. Franco was appointed to the bench in 2005. She faced a suspension in 2011 after Kansas City officials accused her of violating the residency rule, but the nominating commission cleared her of all charges and rebuked the city for casting aspersions on her.
Kansas City Hopes Mama Gets Well Soon After Old School Son Skillet Smack Down
KANSAS CITY, Mo - A mother of five is recovering tonight after being brutally beaten by her son on Thanksgiving. Larry J. Oates, 55, has been charged with first degree assault and armed criminal action for attacking his mother with a skillet.
Perps Target Perfect Village Packages
PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. - Package thefts increase during the holidays, especially now that people will begin receiving their orders from Black Friday and Cyber Monday. "This time of year we see it happening all over, there's no particular area that gets targeted," said Captain Byron Roberson, Prairie Village Police Department.
Kansas City Celtic Final Act
"We want to sizzle, not fizzle." That's how Ian Byrne explained the decision to make 2018 the final year for the Elders, Kansas City's most popular and successful Celtic-rock band. It will be the band's 20th anniversary. "I've been thinking about it all year," said Byrne, the band's lead singer and percussionist.
Testing The Faith Of Fanboys
After losing for the fifth time in six games, the Kansas City Chiefs travel to the 4-7 New York Jets on Sunday, and Chiefs coach Andy Reid visited with the media Wednesday.
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