Kansas City Autumn Morning Inspiration

For early morning readers we compile nicer and even some uplifting news that doesn't really fit anywhere else on this blog.

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Jackson County food pantries receive commitment for multiple massive food donations

Many Jackson County families are about to benefit from thousands of pounds of food donated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Heartland Conservation Alliance encourages KC to get outside during Blue River Discovery Days

During the month of September, Heartland Conservation Alliance is hosting Blue River Discovery Days to encourage people to kayak, fish, hike or bike along the river.

Special employee at Guadalupe Center gets honored for years of work

A special employee from the Guadalupe Center is getting a big thank you from one of her former students.

Resident living in Kansas City's Ruskin Heights neighborhood organizes job fair, hopes to offer stable jobs

A resident living in Kansas City's Ruskin Heights neighborhood organized a job fair and hopes to offer stable jobs

Nearly $10 million granted to Kansas organizations to improve lives of children

Nearly $10 million has been granted to several Kansas organizations to improve the lives of children and families in Kansas.

Man moves into new apartment after KMBC 9 investigation

Aaron Blanford lives with quadriplegia and had no water in his Stonegate Meadows apartment

Over 300 firefighters climb 110 stories in KC to remember 9/11, raise money for SAFE

Over 300 firefighters from eight states gathered in Kansas City Sunday to complete a 110-story climb to honor the 343 firefighters lost on 9/11.

A Cultural Melting Pot: Kansas City gears up for National Hispanic Heritage Month

As National Hispanic Heritage Month approaches, Kansas City gets ready for vibrant celebrations. We talk to the organizer behind Fiesta Hispana, and get his take on the importance of culture, education, and unity.

Kansas City vocalist chosen to represent US in India's G-20 Summit choir reflects on experience

A KC-based vocalist, Eboni Fondren, was one of 29 musicians chosen to participate in the G-20 orchestral presentation.

Latinx Education Collaborative presents its first Future Teachers Ceremony

Daisy Garcia-Montoya Education Reporter Teachers, families, and local leaders gathered on Thursday, August 31, to attend the first Futuro Maestros [...]

Lee's Summit couple builds inclusive youth soccer program for around 50 special needs athletes

A Kansas City couple is giving children often-sidelined in youth recreational sports the chance to play soccer.

Community rallies for recovery amid rising overdose concerns

September is National Recovery Month. In the midst of an ongoing opioid crisis, organizations like Neighbor2Neighbor are working to provide hope and help to those battling substance use disorder. Learn how they're making a difference and how you can get involved.

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