The Kansas City Council has approved city subsidies and rezoning necessary for Cerner Corp.’s 10-year, $4.45 billion expansion plan.
Free parking meters on four city streets
Vigils come on heels of President and Governor of Missouri calling for peaceful demonstrations
A demand for money with a dangerous twist.
Federal authorities say they have no plans to file charges against a company that contracted to provide dental services for the Kansas Army …
Robin Williams was in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease and was sober at the time of his suicide.
Restaurant patrons throughout the Kansas City metro area are being urged to be careful with their wallets.
The center closed down a year ago when the county ended a 110,000 dollar contract with Community First Inc.
The Army’s report released in June indicates Ft. Riley faces a worst case scenario of losing 16,000 base employees.
Additional officers will focus on identifying drivers who are impaired by alcohol or otherwise operating their vehicle in an unsafe manner.
High school teacher arrives for class drunk with a purse full of more alcohol.
Nixon made the announcement at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
Authorities say six people are being helped by the red cross after being displaced.
The back-to-school shopping season is off to a promising start, but retailers may be sacrificing profit for sales.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says “operational shifts” are ahead for law enforcement in the St. Louis suburb where a police officer fatally shot …
A Kansas Court of Appeals judge is this year’s recipient of the national William H. Rehnquist Award for Judicial Excellence.
Andrew Harrelson found the 12-foot fossilized tusk on Sunday in a bend of the Fish River near his home village.
Attorney General Eric Holder says he’s concerned that the use of military equipment by police in Ferguson, Missouri, is sending a “conflicti…