trees

Tree benefits branch far

Spring is almost here, and it may be time for a little tree worship. After all, being around them lowers blood pressure, ...
Courtesy Office of  Governor Jay Nixon

Large summer jobs program to start

Courtesy Office of Governor Jay Nixon Gov. Jay Nixon in Kansas City today joined state and local officials, business leaders ...
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Liquor card debate continues

  Used under a Creative Commons license courtesy JOH_8394 The city council public safety committee has delayed a decision ...
Courtesy Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Interactive museum exhibit explores art of architecture

Courtesy Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Local architects have helped the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art put together its first ...
L to R: Slammaster Jen Harris, Ezhno Martin (back), Dylan Kingsley (front), Keith Bohannon, Jeanette Powers

Rooting for the hometown (poetry) team

This weekend, the competition will be fierce for the Kansas City hometown team at the Dead Toto festival.  That’s when ...
city-hall

Williams appointed city planning director

The city has a new director of Planning and Development. City manager Troy Schulte said Jeffery Williams has been appointed ...
williams

DNA leads to charges in brutal sex attack

Jackson County prosecutors have used DNA evidence to charge a Kansas City man with kidnapping, robbing and repeatedly raping ...
council-districts

Ask your questions for city council candidates

The Midtown KC Post and several Midtown neighborhoods are teaming up for a city council candidate forum on March 31. The ...
langenkamp

Langenkamp named head of EDC

Former City Planning Director Bob Langenkamp has been permanently named president and CEO of the Kansas City Economic Development ...
city-hall

Tornado sirens set for testing Tuesday, March 3

Don’t be alarmed when you hear the city’s tornado sirens going off on Tuesday. Even though there’s still snow on the ...