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Kansas City Saves The Planet???
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There's a new startup business in town taking a bite out of food waste. Compost Collective KC is taking steps to improve the environment. The company started six months ago and is already expanding their efforts to several more zip codes throughout the metro area.
Meet The New Honcho
Three finalists from St. Louis, Omaha and Rochester up for Shawnee Mission School District superintendent
SHAWNEE, Kan. -- The Shawnee Mission Board of Education announced on Friday its three finalists for the open superintendent position in the Shawnee Mission School District. Former superintendent Jim Hinson retired June 30th after 34 years in public education. The three finalists include: Dr. Michael Fulton
Kangaroo Welcome Party Promises
With a standing ovation and a new victory chant, the University of Missouri Kansas-City community on Friday welcomed new chancellor C. Mauli Agrawal to campus. Agrawal, now vice president for academic affairs at the University of Texas at San Antonio, was named UMKC Chancellor by University of Missouri System President Mun Choi on Tuesday.
Probation Officer Busts Meth Lady
Kansas City Woman Pleads Guilty to Meth Trafficking Kansas City, MO - infoZine - Michelle L. Stevens, 47, of Kansas City, pleaded guilty before U.S. District judge Brian C. Wimes to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Stevens was a federal felon on supervised release for a 2010 conviction for distributing methamphetamine when numerous U.S.
Hard Time For Fireworks Dude
A Belton man pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to illegally trafficking in thousands of illegal fireworks and explosives following an explosion that destroyed a Grandview business last year. Thomas McKeehan, 67, pleaded guilty before to engaging in the business of manufacturing and dealing in explosive materials without a license.
Trading Out Carbs On East Side
For decades, the Wonder Hostess Thrift Shop Bakery was an institution at 30th and Troost in Midtown Kansas City. People in the neighborhood remember it from as far back as the 1970s, when it was a quick and cheap place to stop by for day-old bread and discounted baked goods.
Fear The Next Snowpocalypse
We are on the eve of another chance for snow, but this time it's different. "The set up is different. Yet, it looks eerily familiar," StormTrack5 Meteorologist Brett Anthony said. Saturday's chance of snow resembles a storm that hit us just before Christmas.
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