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Kansas City, MO - Evenings are finally starting to warm up again, bringing the crowds back to Westport. All the great entertainment venues in the area draw the crowds on the weekends, particularly to those 21 and over.

Westport has transformed itself to accommodate the crowds, adding...Read more

Kansas City, MO - April 2, is Equal Pay Day. The day that women finally have made as much as men did in 2018. Women on average in Kansas and Missouri make 77 or 78 cents for every dollar that a man earns.  

Wendy Doyle, the President and CEO of the Women's Foundation, says "The pace that...Read more

Kansas City, MO - Johnny Rowlands came out of the womb loving aviation and weather. When he was just six years old, playing on the playground of Highlands grade school, he would explain to the other children the directions of the clouds and warn them of an impending tornado.

He didn't know...Read more

Kansas City, MO - For years, Benjamin Wills, an art professor at Washburn University, has been writing letters to inmates, asking them to send paper airplanes, but he gives them no further instructions. Hundreds have responded, and each in their own unique way.  

"All the different kinds...Read more

Kansas City, KS - Zoom is a two and a half year old yellow lab. He's been donated to the fire department through Ground Zero Training, a non profit group out of Oklahoma.

He's specially trained as a disaster dog and Mike Searcy...Read more

Kansas City, MO - Mr. Bean, is a nine year old Terrier West Highlands mix, originally brought to the Ronald McDonald House by Wayside Waifs. He's spent the last eight years bringing...Read more

Kansas City, MO - Fred Tatum is a veteran of the Korean war, and a widower of 20 plus years. He used to run large construction jobs, and spent a lifetime building homes for other people. Now, Tatum is in danger of losing his own home, built by his own two hands.

Idris Raoufi met Tatum ...Read more

WASHINGTON (AP) — Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday turned over his long-awaited final report on the contentious Russia investigation, ending a probe that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump's presidency with no new charges but launching a fresh wave of political battles over the...Read more

Columbia, MO - Women on the University of Missouri campus are exchanging sugar for money, and not the sweet kind. "sugar babies" are young adults who seek relationships with "sugar daddies," older men that are financially stable. 

Their goal is to pay off student loan debts that they can't...Read more

Kansas City, MO - With prom and graduation just around the corner, students have a lot of celebrating to do, but too much celebration could land teens in a lot of trouble.

When it comes to minors and drinking, sometimes parents can be part of the problem. When they invite teens to drink in...Read more

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