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Kansas City Still A Dump
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Cliff Drive is a state scenic byway in George E. Kessler Park, tucked in the historic northeast part of Kansas City, Missouri. Unfortunately, for nearby residents, it's also become a popular place for homeless camps and illegal dumping.
Kansas City Lockup Inspiration
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- One by one, men at the Kansas City Reentry Center filed into their graduation ceremony. It's a moment they've been waiting for for a long time. "You got to buckle down. That's what I did," one graduate said. The 16 men just completed Connections to Success' Personal and Professional Development Training Program.
Show-Me College Harsh Times
On any given weekday, University of Missouri student Jack Hale is working six to eight hours and dashing to class in between. "I wake up a little after five and I do not stop until 11 p.m. most days," Hale says.
Rural communities throughout Kansas continue to lose population as powerful economic forces nudge people to larger cities and suburbs. But some social scientists say there are ways to shrink smarter by focusing on improving the quality of life rather than chasing businesses that might never come.
Kansas City Hype Tour
SOURCE: KC Chiefs Did the Kansas City Chiefs add a chef to the 53-man roster Thursday?Not exactly.Chef Gordon Ramsay was at Arrowhead Stadium to watch a bit of football practice. The Chiefs welcomed Ramsay to the facility, giving him a locker and a jersey.Ramsay is in Kansas City for the launch of his restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Steak.
Plaza Foodie Tour
Photography by Zach BaumanBlack Dirt Almost two years in, Black Dirt has solidified itself as a must-visit of the South Plaza neighborhood. Chef-owner Jonathan Justus opened this upscale casual eatery following nearly a decade running his lauded restaurant Justus Drugstore in Smithville, Missouri, where the cuisine highlighted animals and plants that were indigenous to the Midwest.
Uptick On The Way
Hide Transcript Show Transcript NOVEMBER HERE IN KANSAS CITY, BUT NOT MUCH WIND CHILL. HERE'S A LOOK AT THE FIRST ALERT HOUR-BY-HOUR FORECAST WILL GO THROUGH THE 30S TO ABOUT BELOW FREEZING BY SEVEN O'CLOCK FAIRLY EARLY 31 AT 8:00 AND ABOUT 28 DEGREES. 9:00 P.M.
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