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Hey, I hope you had a nice weekend with all the trappings of springtime preparations at your disposal: baseball season's beginning, St...Louis to Philadelphia , with even a few flurries touching down at the infamous St...According to USA Today : Rain
March 12 The Kansas City Star Missouri State has been chosen for the 32-team CollegeInsider.com Tournament and will play host to Murray State in a first-round game at 7:05 p.m...More News The Bears, 20-12, won the second-annual CIT in 2010...Thursday
Getting around parts of Kansas City might be a little difficult Saturday and Monday as streets close for St...The University of Kansas' 10-year master plan would expand academic and research programs and tie sections of the Lawrence campus together,
March 13 Because of a temperatures near 70 degrees, dry air and gusty winds, the Kansas City region is under the threat of a very high to extreme fire danger. More News The National Weather Service issued a Red Flag Warning that is in effect from 1 p.
Mayer Hoffman McCann, a big financial and accounting firm now in Leawood, said Thursday it is searching for a new home, and according to several sources in the real estate industry, it is leaning toward jumping the border to the Country Club Plaza.
There were 112,498 U.S. properties with default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions in February, a 10 percent decrease from the prior month, RealtyTrac reported Thursday. Kansas and Missouri both reported fewer problem properties last
March 13 The Kansas City Star A move toward collaboration between Kansas City Public Schools and public charter schools is about to be put to the test. More News A group of midtown parents trying to mold a new neighborhood public school has chosen a
With some help from fans, Tod Palmer, our Mizzou writer, has drafted three teams using only players from the last 10 years at MU. Today, we are asking you, Tigers fans, to vote for the one you think would be the best...It may not be what it once was,
Mo. An attorney for a man whose conviction in a Missouri sports editor's slaying was overturned has filed a civil rights lawsuit seeking $100 million. Zellner also alleges that the police investigation was incomplete...District Court for the
March 10 The Kansas City Star Cerner Corp. settled its dispute with a North Dakota hospital by paying $106.2 million, the health information technology company said. More News Its payment, the result of an arbitration ruling, ended Cerner's battle