Chiefs get upset; Avila coach talks strategy; Rockhurst says goodbye; and Center goes to State.
On September 8, 1915, 5,000 people crowded the streets in front of the Kansas City Post building at 10th and Main to watch an act never before attempted by Houdini.
“His life reads like a movie,” said Col. Michael Beane, who pushed to get the Army Reserve building named in honor of Pfc. Charles D. Barger.
Yoga in the morning. Trail riding during the day. Friendships for life. The Saddle and Sirloin ladies enjoy their annual outing.
The popular Texas chain started in Austin by Mike Rypka. It will make its KC debut at Ward Parkway.
Pokeloha offers poke bowls, sushi burritos, ramen bowls, Boba tea and mochi ice cream.
Still undecided? Diane Euston and Rev. Dr. Vernon Howard Jr. provide insight on Tuesday’s Question 5.
Make an informed choice at the polls Tuesday. Here are interviews with the three candidates running for the 36th District (Red Bridge/Hickman Mills).
Since 1929, Kansas Citians have relied on Dumit Rug Cleaning Services to clean their area rugs.
Will the Chiefs still be chief in their division? Are the Eagles getting ready to take off? And a look at how the high school playoffs are matched off.