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Kansas City, MO - Women who wanted 3D mammograms in the past, had to pay an additional $30 to $50. At the start of the new year, that fee went away. 

Dr. Onalisa Winblab with the University of Kansas Health System says it's the newest technology and it has two major benefits. 

"3D...Read more

Kansas City, MO - Smiles can make us all feel better. Numerous studies have found that smiling produces the feel-good hormones in your brain, even if it's a fake smile.

Orthodontist Dr. James Reynolds says smiles release serotonin, dopamine and endorphins, all the hormones we put in happy...Read more

Independence, MO - The Independence Police Department is introducing Josie, a two-year-old golden retriever/border collie mix, as their first ever certified therapy dog. 

The dog, donated by the nonprofit K9s For Freedom &...Read more

Kansas City, MO - You've earned the time off, but according to a study, 47% of American workers won't be taking their vacation.

Part of the reason is due to a rise in vacation...Read more

Kansas City, MO - Our long suffering winter may soon be coming to an end.

Iatan, MO - This small village just a few miles up Highway 45 from Weston, Missouri used to be a bustling port town alongside the Missouri River.

Iatan was a steamboat stop and a regular train stop, but flooding in 1881 moved the course of the river west, and businesses moved as well....Read more

Kansas City, MO - Those ill symptoms you're experiencing at work may have nothing to do with the typical illnesses this time of year.

If you feel sick when you're at work, it may be the office building you work in.

It's called "sick building syndrome", and it's real, says to Dr Steve...Read more

Kansas City, MO - The University of Kansas Health System announced its planning to build a Proton Therapy Center in Kansas City. There is currently only 29 centers across the country with this technology, most of those on the east coast. 

President and CEO, Bob Page says that...Read more

Kansas City, MO - The recent sex trafficking bust involving Patriots owner Robert Kraft is nothing new, says Lucy Bloom, executive director of Veronica's Voice.

Bloom says illicit massage parlors are a problem across the nation and...Read more

Kansas City, MO - Chronic wasting disease, recently called by some as "deer zombification disease," due to the nature of the symptoms, has been found in a variety of deer and elk populations in 24 states including Kansas and Missouri.

The disease affects the animal's central nervous system...Read more

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