Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City (Oct. 26– Nov.2)


linwood-preb-1Last week we brought you Midtown Kansas City stories about a church being repurposed on Linwood Boulevard, a guilty plea in a 2013 UMKC student murder, and a change in options for the Kemper Arena.

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At city hall, the developer who had a plan to save the Kemper Arena took its offer off the table.

The director of the health department said that fear is more contagious that the Ebola virus.

A 19-year-old Kansas City man pleaded guilty to charges in connection with the 2013 murder of a University of Missouri-Kansas City student.

Our real estate experts offered an ode to the new Ikea store, and suggested ways to freshen up your home without breaking the bank.

We found out what is happening with the former Linwood Presbyterian Church, vacant since 1975.

And we uncovered history with a story about William Rockhill Nelson’s passion for building houses, including his own on the site that is now the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

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