Not everything is up for debate and right now we want to share community news from across the metro, a bit of statewide news thrown in for good measure, with a focus on info impacting so many of our wonderful neighborhoods.
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First quarter energy survey results revealed that Tenth District energy activity increased moderately, and expectations for future activity remained strong. Firms reported that oil prices needed to be on average $62 per barrel for drilling to be profitable, but $86 per barrel for a substantial increase in drilling to occur.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum announced First Business Bank as the "official bank" of the U.S. Mint Negro Leagues Commemorative Coins program on Friday. As the official bank, First Business Bank will work with the NLBM on a marketing strategy to promote the coins to consumers.
A North Kansas City school teacher has turned the Parade of Hearts into a class assignment.Nashua Elementary School teacher Cassidy Muller's third-grade class project has a lot of big hearts.With 154 hearts all over the city for the Parade of Hearts, Muller's students are learning about each one and where
The new director of the Department of Social Services' Children's Division painted a grim picture Tuesday of an atrophying child welfare department that is facing severe staffing shortages and leaving remaining caseworkers overwhelmed.
The Kansas board that licenses health care providers raised concerns Friday about a letter that a physician-legislator sent to doctors suggesting that they prescribe ivermectin and other medications that aren't approved to treat the coronavirus. The Kansas Board of Healing Arts said that the "unprecedented" letter from Kansas Sen.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - University of Kansas fans are celebrating big Monday night as the Jayhawks brought its fourth NCAA championship back home in the biggest comeback in title game history against North Carolina. Following the 72-69 win, NCAA President Mark Emmert reached over to KU head coach Bill Self only to congratulate "Coach Self and the Kansas City Jayhawks" during the trophy celebration.
Kansas' national championship win did more than just earn the Jayhawks their fourth title, it also helped a number of businesses."All I can think about is how many more shirts we're going to have to print," said John Doole, of Ultimate Athletic Sportswear.On pins and needles was not exactly the best way to describe the feeling that John Doole had at halftime on Monday night with Kansas down 15 points."So, we go from 1,000 to 100,000 in 20 minutes last night," he said.The win meant a 3 a.m.
What started as a way to get a taste of home has morphed into a burgeoning business - one that made the cut as a James Beard Award semifinalist. "It's pretty wild," Yoli Tortilleria co-founder Marissa Gencarelli said. "It was very unexpected for us."
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OPINION AND COMMENTARY Editorials and other Opinion content offer perspectives on issues important to our community and are independent from the work of our newsroom reporters. Nearly every Tuesday afternoon since 2003, Henry Stoever has stood vigil at the corner of 63rd Street and Ward Parkway.
A Jackson County assistant prosecutor who died from COVID-19 is being remembered with a scholarship in her name. Her family and alma mater hope her legacy will inspire future lawyers. From the start, JoEllen Engelbart had a heart for helping.
The week began with news that the Kansas City Chiefs Then, Brandon Kiley considered the team's most pressing needs. were working out a former Indianapolis defensive tackle - and before the day was out, he was signed to the team. Monday also brought news that Kansas City's 2022 schedule might be significantly harder than originally thought.
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