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Terror Arrest

Missouri man charged with attempting to aid terror attack on KC

A Columbia, Mo man has been charged for his alleged role in plotting to launch a terrorist-style attack on Kansas City transit systems with people who he thought were members of Islamic State ... Read More
Opioid Thefts

The Addict Next Door: Opioid thefts increase at VA centers

Federal authorities are stepping up investigations following a sharp increase in the theft of opioid painkillers at Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers across the country. VA facilities are also reporting lost prescriptions and unauthorized drug use ...Read More
KanCare Bill

Committee vote could doom Kansas Medicaid expansion this year

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas lawmakers won't vote on expanding Medicaid until at least April 3. The House Health and Human Services Committee voted Monday to table the bill right before the deadline for committees to pass bills onto the floor ...Read More
Youth Agencies

Youth agency merger goes smoothly, pays dividends

Five non-profit organizations in Kansas City are taking stock after joining forces just over a month ago. Cornerstones of Care brought together the Gillis Home, Healthy Families, Marillac, Ozanam Home and Spofford, all of which are youth-based agencies ...Read More

Vandals damage graves at St. Louis-area Jewish cemetery

UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. (AP) - Authorities in Missouri are investigating after dozens of headstones were damaged at a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports (http://bit ...Read More
Electric Cars

Electric vehicle sales increase as technology prices drop

Sales of EV's, or electric vehicles, surged again in 2016 after a slight dip the year before. A Kansas City-area auto dealer has seen growth in the all-electric segment of the market. Sales of EV's shot up 37 percent in 2016, including all-electric models and hybrids ...Read More
USA Today
Voter Probe

Kansas Secretary of State investigates Douglas County Sheriff

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - The Douglas County Sheriff is being investigated for helping his mother obtain a ballot to vote even though she may live in another county, but his actions may not violate Kansas law ...Read More

Planters still thriving after 93 years in River Market

After more than nine decades in business a fixture in Kansas City's River Market continues to draw plenty of customers. Planters has been operating at 5th and Walnut for 93 years, and with the unseasonably warm weather of late, business has been buzzing ...Read More
Fuel Prices

Analysts expect U.S. fuel prices to begin rising soon

Monday begins the annual slow climb for gas prices. Between President's Day and Memorial Day, gas prices in the U.S. are expected to climb anywhere from 35 to 75 cents. Kansas Citians are already resigning themselves to paying more at the pump: "It is what it is," said one man, who was filling his tank ...Read More
Old Northeast

Developers hope influx of cash helps turn around Old Northeast

Developers in Kansas City's Historic Old Northeast neighborhood hope a $30-million investment will finally help the area reach its potential. Last week's groundbreaking on a so-called arts block is just the beginning, said Bobbie Baker-Hughes, with the Northeast Kansas City Chamber of Commerce ...Read More