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The city was the site of several Civil War battles, most notoriously the Battle of Westport. It is officially nicknamed the "City of Fountains" because, with over 200 fountains, the city claims to have the second most in the world behind only Rome.

Population: 475830
Local Newspapers: The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB) Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
Local Colleges: University of Missouri-Kansas City Rockhurst University Alvila University Park University

Zip Codes associated with kansas city, missouri: 64101 64102 64105 64106 64108 64109 64110 64111 64112 64113 64114 64116 64117 64118 64119 64120 64123 64124 64125 64126 64127 64128 64129 64130 64131 64132 64133 64134 64136 64137 64138 64139 64145 64146 64147 64149 64150 64152 64153 64154 64155 64156 64157 64158 64161 64163 64164 64165 64166 64167 64192
Towns/Cities near kansas city, missouri : Gladstone Pleasant Valley Liberty Westwood Raytown

Kansas City News
Leon's Thriftway celebrates 50 years in business

Leon Stapleton, owner of Leon's Thriftway at 4400 E. 39th Street, in Kansas City, Missouri, is the first African American owner of a chain grocery store in Kansas City. Jackson County Executive, Frank White honored Stapleton at his store with a proclamation commemorating the Golden Anniversary.

MCC goes to great heights for Al Roker contest

Students at Metropolitan Community College Kansas City are going to great heights to get NBC meteorologist Al Roker to come to "their neck of the woods". A group of lineman students broke an unofficial world record today by having the most people climb a 15-foot-wood electrical pole.

Southwest celebrates 35 years with KCI

Aviation and city officials held an 80s themed celebration at the Southwest gate Wednesday morning. The airline started serving the metro in 1982.

Awesome Ambitions visited KCU

Awesome Ambitions girls had the experience of a lifetime getting hands-on experience finding out what it's like to be a medical student. Adrian Clark, the associate provost at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, started the Medical Student for a Day program.

The Times They Are A-Changin': Is Folk Music Still Relevant for the Resistance?

Billy Bragg delivering the keynote speech at the Folk Alliance International conference in Kansas City, Mo. on Feb. 18, 2017.

Court documents say 17-year-old Madalyn Emond wrote a threat targeted at Belton High School.

Jeffrey Morris Brasher, 5, and his 22-year-old son Austin Blaine Brasher died after the trucks they were driving collided head-on. A family in Alabama is grappling with a double loss after a father and son crashed in a head-on collision, dying hours apart from each other.

Mom thinks missing Wichita woman victim of human trafficking

The mother of a missing Wichita woman is convinced that her daughter was taken as part of a human trafficking conspiracy. Liz Anderson said Monday that Toni Anderson's family and Kansas City, Mo., police remain bewildered as to how and why the 2014 East High School graduate went missing last month .

Nuns seek money to keep helping female ex-cons

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Trading cellmates for nuns. Some women leaving Missouri prisons say a place called Journey House, one of the programs under Journey to New Life, is life-changing.

Hearing granted for KC man who claims innocence

A Kansas City man who says he's wrongly imprisoned for a 1996 double murder will get to argue his case in court. Jackson County Judge Sandra Midkiff granted an appeal hearing Tuesday morning for Ricky Kidd that is scheduled to begin on July 17. Kidd says his former public defender failed to investigate evidence that he says proves his innocence.

Jefferson City man charged with attempting to aid terrorists

A Jefferson City man has been charged in federal court for his role in making preparations to launch a terrorist attack with persons he believed were members of ISIS, but who were actually undercover law enforcement agents. Robert Lorenzo Hester Jr., 25, was charged in a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court of Kansas City, with attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.

Mid-Missouri man charged with attempting to aid terrorists

Editor's note: Tuesday afternoon, the U.S. Attorney's office issued a correction, stating that Robert Lorenzo Hester Jr. was a Columbia resident. The previous press release stated he was from Jefferson City.

Westport's newest bar 'HopCat' opens Saturday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Okay, without Googling, how many of you know what it meant to be called a 'Hep Cat?' But, it is also what you call a cool, stylish or fashionable person.

Children's museum will co-locate with new library at Red Bridge Shopping Center

A new anchor is in store for the recently remodeled Red Bridge Shopping in south Kansas City.

Sedalia City Council to discuss budget, demolition permits -

Council approved a 90-day moratorium on downtown demolitions almost exactly a year ago, extending it multiple times, until the Historic Preservation Commission could research and prepare an ordinance that provided standards for downtown demolitions. During tonight's meeting, council will review an ordinance adding Section 64-73 to the Code of Ordinances relating to the Historic Preservation Commission's review of demolition permits.

Animal welfare groups decry loss of online reports

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An online tool has disappeared for people to find out whether they are buying puppies from humane breeders or callous operators of "puppy mills."

BakingTech 2017

BakingTech is the baking industry's leading technology conference and exposition. ASB's annual conference offers technical solutions, insight and experience.

Kids in Cuffs: Why handcuff an 8-year-old student with a disability?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - School isn't usually tough for Kalyb Wiley-Primm, a smart, soft-spoken kid who likes science and robotics.

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