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Pedestrian Agenda Moves Ahead Slowly

Kansas City needs to become more walkable. Here's how that can happen

As City Council adopts policies to make walking safer, officials will need to craft one unified vision on what equitable walkability will look like in the future. .

Tonight's Crash Report

1 person died and four others were hurt after a crash Saturday night in KCMO

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - 1 person died and 4 others suffered serious injuries in a crash Saturday night in KCMO. The crash happened at 7:15 p.m. just off eastbound Interstate 70 on the exit ramp to U.S. 40 Highway. No word on what led to the crash.

Rural Life Crackdown

Cass County officials start work near property with multiple dog complaints

Five weeks after KMBC 9 Investigates first reported about a property with multiple complaints about dogs, debris, and trash near a popular state trail, Cass County officials started working on visible solution Thursday.Workers cleared much of the debris and trash from the public right-of-way along South Roush Road near the Intersection of East State Route P and the Rock Island Spur of the Katy Trail.However, the dogs remaining on the one-acre plot continue to concern Cass County residents like Michelle Brinkoetter."I'm so grateful that we've got this start," she said Thursday.

Coping With Rock Chalk Opt Out

What we lose when Kansas college graduates drift to surrounding states - Kansas Reflector

Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives of people throughout our state. Eric Thomas directs the Kansas Scholastic Press Association and teaches visual journalism and photojournalism at the University of Kansas.

Show-Me Crime Fighter Cosplay

No joke: Man who dressed up as Batman villain learns lesson

CLAYTON, Mo. - A convicted felon in Missouri accused of livestreaming threats to bomb and kill people while he was dressed up as the Batman villain known as The Joker was sentenced Friday to 60 days in jail, with credit for several months served after his arrest.

Lindsey's Curves Break Rules

Buxom model says it's hard that her body breaks TikTok's guidelines

IN some ways, having big breasts can be a major - ahem - asset. But Lindsey Pelas tells The Sun there are also drawbacks, including double standards on social media, shopping struggles, and the fact that "no one has sympathy for someone who's a size zero with DDD t**s."

White House Warns Vlad

Biden: Putin using nuclear, chermical weapons would lead to "consequential" U.S. response

President Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin not to use chemical or tactical nuclear weapons in the war against Ukraine or there would be a "consequential" response from the United States. The big picture: The Kremlin last week said that Russia would continue to wage its war in Ukraine until all its military goals have been achieved despite facing a rapidly advancing Ukrainian counter-offensive.

Euro Dude Predicts Endless War

Exclusive: Zelenskiy accuses Russia of war crimes, sees no early end to war

KYIV, Sept 16 (Reuters) - President Volodymyr Zelenskiy accused Russia on Friday of committing war crimes in Ukraine's northeast and said it was too early to say the tide of the war was turning despite rapid territorial gains by his forces this month.

World Notices Royal Tribute

Every Emotional Photo of the Queen's Children Guarding Her Coffin

The four marched into the hall in their military garb, as members of the public who were there to pay respects to the Queen paused. King Charles stood in front of a cross, bowing his head for the 15-minute ceremony. Princess Anne closed her eyes in reflection.

Legal Clap Back Vs. Power Move

Attorneys representing more than 30 migrants flown to Massachusetts urge criminal investigations | CNN Politics

Attorneys representing more than 30 of the migrants flown to Massachusetts this week asked the US Attorney for Massachusetts and the state's attorney general to open criminal investigations into the flights.

Eco-Debate Fumes

Criticism intensifies after big oil admits 'gaslighting' public over green aims

Criticism in the US of the oil industry's obfuscation over the climate crisis is intensifying after internal documents showed companies attempted to distance themselves from agreed climate goals, admitted "gaslighting" the public over purported efforts to go green, and even wished critical activists be infested by bedbugs.

Meet The New Boss

Xi tells Putin China is ready to partner with Russia to 'lead world'

Chinese President Xi Jinping has reportedly told Russian President Vladimir Putin that China is ready to team up with Russia during their sideline talks at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization's summit in Uzbekistan. Addressing Putin as his "dear and long-time friend," Xi said the two leaders had maintained "effective strategic contacts, particularly through phone calls" amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Russian news agency TASS.

Beer Fest Pix Exposed

Moments from Oktoberfest

The World's largest beer festival which kicked off Saturday in Munich, Germany will run through Monday, October 3.

Hollywood NextGen Debuts

Blake Lively Sends Strong Message To Paparazzi While Sharing Personal Baby Bump Photos

Blake Lively is sharing her first pregnancy photos for baby No. 4 - and sending a powerful message to the paparazzi. "The Rhythm Section" actress took to Instagram on Saturday to share a series of snaps featuring her baby bump, including ones with her husband Ryan Reynolds and pal Taylor Swift.

Nature's Comeback

Cheetahs reintroduced to India after going extinct in the country 70 years ago

NEW DELHI (AP) - Seven decades after cheetahs died out in India, they're back. Eight big cats from Namibia made the long trek Saturday in a chartered cargo flight to the northern Indian city of Gwalior, part of an ambitious and hotly contested plan to reintroduce cheetahs to the South Asian country.

Advice From Down Under

Australia's biggest porn stars reveal the most common sex mistake

Australia's 'king and queen of porn' have revealed the most common sex mistakes that are made by Aussies - including attaching too much shame to sex. Prison guard-turned-porn star Isabelle Deltore, 40, who has been in the adult entertainment industry for 13 years, said that a lack of communication between sexual partners is the biggest issue most couples face.

Welcome To The Late Season Surge

Royals rookies rock Red Sox repeatedly, win 9-0

Stop me if you've heard this before. Actually, don't, because you've heard it a bunch of times this year, but Brady Singer pitched very well again today. His ERA as a starter this year is now at 2.93. At what point do we stop saying it's a small sample size?

Cowtown Autumn Almost Arrives

A guide to the best fall festivals and activities in Kansas City

This story was first published in KCUR's Creative Adventure newsletter. You can sign up to receive stories like this in your inbox every Tuesday. Though the weather doesn't quite feel like September, autumn officially arrives next week - bringing with it lower temperatures (we hope!) and all our favorite fall activities.

High Praise Of Ballers Persists

Chiefs' Defense Is Ahead of Schedule Through Two Games

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the AFC West division rival Los Angeles Chargers 27-24 in front of a ruckus crowd on Thursday night at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. On a night where the offense struggled quite a bit, especially in the first half, the defense held its ground and kept the team in the game before ultimately winning it.

Sound Of Local Floaters

A Kansas City pontoon boat has turned into the 'best front porch' for artists on the Missouri River

Each day thousands of Kansas City commuters drive over the Missouri River, but few have ever taken a boat ride on its waters. Local sculptor and artist Roger MacBride wants to change that. "This my river." MacBride says.

Kansas City Cinema Showcased

Art House | 'BOYMOM' Seeks to Spark Missouri Filmmaking

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Last Warmup Of 2022 Arrives

Get ready for near-record heat the next few days


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