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Feature Stages Festivities returns to Kauffman Center

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The ninth annual Feature Stages Festivities returns and will be presented Sunday, June 12th, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Kauffman Center announced that the Festival is a free community event that showcases hundreds of young performers invites attendees to enjoy a wide range of diverse performance styles and engaging art activities.

Courthouse Becomes Even More Inaccessible?!?

Will Jackson County government offices move out of downtown Kansas City courthouse?

The downtown Kansas City courthouse has been Jackson County government's headquarters since it was dedicated 1934. But it might not be home much longer. After 88 years, the departments that have operations in the art deco building that Harry Truman built when he ran county government could be moving into a new home elsewhere in downtown.

Desperately Seeking Discount

Where to find the lowest gas prices in KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The average price for gas in the US is now $4.33 per gallon. However, in the Kansas City area, the average price is now sitting at $3.74 per gallon where it was around $2.61 per gallon just last year.

Baller Seyz Goodbye With Big Bucks

NFL free agency 2022: 49ers to sign former Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward to three-year deal, per report

Former Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward is set to take his talents to the Bay Area. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Ward has agreed to a three-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers. The deal is said to be worth up to $42 million and includes $26.7 million guaranteed.

Old School Hopes Shared

This Crossroads gallery is full of what older Americans want for the world

In an expansive Crossroads gallery filling two rooms, deepest wishes of elders are rendered as works of art. For each of the roughly 50 works displayed in the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center, artists Andy Newcom and Marn Jensen sat with elders across the U.S. and had conversations that answered, "What would you wish for the world?"

Angela Offers Pr0n Talk

The Angela White Interview: Doing Adult Films for 20 Years, Being a "Sexual Athlete" & More

Great interview with legendary Angela White! She talks about her come up, working hard to get to her goal, breaking all kinds of records, sexual education, a...

Prez Biden Focused On Funny Money

Biden executive order on cryptocurrency a disaster for US industry: Ex-Treasury official

Former Acting Assistant Treasury Secretary Gregory Zerzan explained on Tuesday the "unfortunate thing" about President Biden's executive order on government oversight of cryptocurrency, arguing that taking "a top-down governmentrun approach" is "not a pathway to innovation."

Veep Advocates Wage Equity

U.S. VP Harris to headline summit to promote equal pay

WASHINGTON, March 15 (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris will host a virtual summit on Tuesday to celebrate Equal Pay Day, announcing moves to boost pay equity for new federal workers and employees of federal contractors.

Delivering Goods To Deutsch 

Germany will buy F-35 jets as it ramps up military spending after Russia's Ukraine invasion

Germany has announced that it will buy 35 US-made F-35A fighter jets, the first major arms purchase to be publicly confirmed since Chancellor Olaf Scholz committed to ramping up his country's defense spending in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Newsie Confronts 15 Years

Protester interrupts live Russian state news broadcast to denounce invasion of Ukraine

A woman holding a sign reading "NO WAR" interrupted a live news broadcast on Russian state television Monday to denounce Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

China Trade Tough Talk

U.S. warns China against helping Russia as sanctions mount

LVIV, Ukraine, March 15 (Reuters) - The United States warned China against providing military or financial help to Moscow after its invasion of Ukraine, as sanctions on Russian political and business leaders mounted and civilians sought to flee intense fighting on the ground.


Russia Is Spiraling Toward a $150 Billion Default Nightmare

(Bloomberg) -- Russia's economy is fraying, its currency has collapsed, and its debt is junk. Next up is a potential default that could cost investors billions and shut the country out of most funding markets.Most Read from BloombergUkraine Update: China Seeks to Avoid Russia Sanctions SideswipeElon Musk Challenges Vladimir Putin to 'Single Combat' for UkrainePutin's State Media News Is Interrupted: 'They're Lying to You'Panic Selling Grips Chinese Stocks in Biggest Plunge Since 2008U.S.


China's Covid spike worsens: Dongguan factory center locks down, new cases top 3,500 nationwide

BEIJING - China's worst Covid-19 outbreak since the initial wave of the pandemic worsened Tuesday with a major factory city ordering production halts. Recent outbreaks in 28 provinces have infected more than 15,000 people and stem primarily from the highly transmissible omicron variant, China's National Health Commission said Tuesday, according to state media.

Bad Actor Demands Early Exit

Jussie Smollett's legal team files for release pending appeal in emergency motion

Jussie Smollett 's team is trying to spring the actor from jail while his appeal is heard. His attorneys have filed court paperwork alluding to the idea that he is in harm's way as long as he is behind bars.

Hottie Suffers Tragic Demise

Russian model who called Putin 'psychopath' found dead stuffed in suitcase

The corpse of a Russian model who called Vladimir Putin a "psychopath" has been found stuffed in a suitcase one year after she went missing. Gretta Vedler, 23, was murdered following an anti-Putin social media rant where she questioned "can he really do anything?".

Irish Party Early & Often

Photos: Flogging Molly brought an early St. Patrick's Day to the Truman

Flogging Molly with Russkaja and Vandoliers The Truman Friday, March 11 On Friday, Celtic rockers Flogging Molly brought St. Patrick's Day to the Truman a week early. The set dug deep into the band's first two albums, Swagger and Drunken Lullabies, along with new cuts like "A Song of Liberty."

Chiefs' Off-Season Tactics Exposed

Chiefs never offered free agent S Tyrann Mathieu a contract

The Kansas City Chiefs have seemingly moved on from S Tyrann Mathieu, but they also didn't put any effort into retaining him. The Chiefs are set to sign former Houston Texans S Justin Reid, but it's not because Mathieu declined an offer from a team.

Ladies Hope Locals Eat Veggies

Cauldron Collective hopes to bring more plant-based cuisine to Kansas City

A lot of thought also went into the kitchen-witch moniker. "We all love the aspect of cooking with intentionality," Metta says. "We love the magic of the kitchen and that the women who were historically called 'witches' were healers and brewers - in other words, some of the original self-sufficient women."

Let's Pretend That Lady's Soccer Captures Interest!!!

Kansas City Current Set to Open Challenge Cup This Week

The Sporting Kansas City season has started, baseball is back, Patrick Mahomes got married and March Madness is about to tip off, but don't let all of those Kansas City sports stories let you miss another important one. The Kansas City Current kick off their season this week with their first match of the NWSL Challenge Cup on Friday in Louisville.

Warm Up Underway

Sunny and Warm Tuesday

Mostly sunny and mild. High 64. Sunny, warm and windy Wednesday. High 73. Cloudy for Saint Patrick's Day with a brisk north wind. Chance of showers and a couple thunderstorms between 3 and 6 pm. High 63. Rain likely Thursday evening overnight through Friday morning.

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