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KCMO Christmas Conversation
Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas has only been in office for five months, and has been busy for the duration. He defended his record on curbing tax incentives, standing up for tenant's rights, and pushing to make bus service free in Kansas City. Lucas also answered questions on the city's soaring crime rate.
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Kansas Court Fighting
Breaking News Kansas' new chief justice plans to push for changes aimed at helping veterans and the mentally ill, and she expects to press for a big budget increase. But the Kansas Supreme Court that Marla Luckert leads faces a Republican-controlled Legislature that's been sharply critical of the court.
Show-Me Weed Proving Ground
Missouri's medical marijuana program awarded the first group of facility licenses on Thursday. Ten testing locations received approval to begin preparing for final state inspections before operations begin this spring. Testing facilities are responsible for testing all of the cannabis in the state.
Hottie Jordan Advocates Downsizing And Other Influncers Follow Her Lead
Blogger celebrates breast implant removal with warning: 'Grass isn't always green with bigger boobs'
A blogger celebrating the one-year anniversary since she removed her breast implants is warning women of the potential dangers before deciding to go under the knife. Sia Cooper, who blogs about motherhood and fitness, took to Instagram on Wednesday to commemorate her implant removal.
Footballers Talk Culture
The 2019 Chiefs have adopted a gritty, smash-mouth, championship attitude. A lot of this should be credited to Brett Veach. Following the 2018 season, it was clear that the Chiefs had the potential to be excellent for the next decade. That's what finding your franchise quarterback affords you.
Kansas City Christmas Cleanup
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Crews worked to clean graffiti off The Scout statue in Kansas City, Missouri, Tuesday morning. Daryl Baker, who is the area superintendent of the central district for Kansas City Parks and Recreation, said the department was made aware of the graffiti on the statue and stonework around mid-morning.
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