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2014/11/21 15:03
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It started as a trip to go buy gummy vitamins, but a Kansas City woman had an experience she'll never forget at a CVS drug store. "My life is so strange, only this would only happen to me," Alyssa...
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2014/11/21 10:41
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While people begin turning on their furnaces before the winter months, local energy companies are getting dozens of calls each day from people suspecting a natural gas leak. Those calls are typical...
2014/11/21 08:06
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A feminist firestorm over a Barbie career book has Barbie's maker, Mattel, apologizing and the publisher removing the book from Amazon.com. The book is called Barbie: I Can Be A Computer Engineer....
2014/11/21 04:41
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Gay couples are legally getting married in Kansas, but the state is refusing to allow couples to change their names on their driver's licenses to reflect their new married status. Some couples are...
2014/11/21 03:41
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Police are looking for the public's help identifying two men who used an odd ruse to steal a woman's purse. Paula Kinne was at the Price Chopper at Missouri Highway 291 and 23rd Street about 11 p.m....
2014/11/21 03:41
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An app launched a year ago this November has hit a Kansas school district. In a letter sent to parents by Tonganoxie High School Principal Jamie Carlisle he said, “I have students crying in my...
2014/11/21 02:41
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They've marched through the south like General Sherman. The only difference being that, while the Union army's onslaught was widely expected, few people foresaw the University of Missouri's...
2014/11/21 02:41
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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon was faced with students protesting the death of Michael Brown as he addressed a school assembly in Kansas City on Thursday. A handful of students were evicted from the...
2014/11/21 02:41
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Farmers say it's getting harder and harder to survive on the farm with constant raising costs of feed and machinery, but people at a Kansas City based agriculture company say they've come up with a...
2014/11/21 01:41
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It's been a long run for Garry Gribble, a man who's owned and operated a collection of running stores in the Kansas City area. But, as of last week, Gribble had crossed the finish line. Running puns...
2014/11/20 23:41
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From getting to a drive-thru window only to find out that your coffee was paid for by the customer ahead of you to a stranger helping you with change at a store, more and more stories of people paying...
2014/11/20 22:41
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A 44-year-old convicted felon is heading to prison after conservation agents caught him firing at a deer decoy. Dewayne A. Stephens of Camden was sentenced on Monday to nine years in federal prison...
2014/11/20 22:41
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Authorities are investigating a crash and partial collapse of a building following a police chase Thursday morning. The female driver of the vehicle was able to get out of the car after she wrecked...
2014/11/20 20:41
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The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Oakland Raiders Thursday night in California. On paper, this one is a complete mismatch. Kansas City is the hottest team in professional football, having won five...
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Kansas fans who are still despondent over the Jayhawks demoralizing 72-40 loss to Kentucky should relax a bit. Yes, it was a terrible performance. Yes, it is embarrassing, but it is not...
2014/11/20 14:41
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Water is finally flowing from the faucets at a Kansas City apartment complex after tenants say they were living without it for days. "For the past three days there has been no water," said one man...
2014/11/20 10:41
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Stalking is a growing problem on college campuses, and administrators are starting to learn how big a problem it is at area schools. A new federal law requires colleges to list the number of stalking...
2014/11/20 04:41
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It doesn't take a computer genius to turn devices meant to protect people into a tool for criminals. “Anybody with a background in computers and computer networking is probably the type of person...
2014/11/20 03:41
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Police are investigating after a janitor at a KCK high school exhibited disturbing behavior, according to students and authorities. The KCK School District has placed the Washington High School...
2014/11/20 03:41
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A suspicious van slowly rolling through west Olathe neighborhoods it the target of what has become a vigilant neighborhood. Tiffany Archibald says she saw a white cargo van with small FedEx stickers...
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