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Past articles by Cynthia:

South Kansas City first-grader uses rap to combat gun violence

Children typically depend on adults to protect them and keep them safe, but Ava Foster, a first-grader at University Academy in Kansas City, Missouri, is spending her time and creative energy battling gun violence as well as promoting kindness and safety. → Read More

New plan to renovate iconic steps outside Paseo High School

The famous steps on the hill along Volker Boulevard near the Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts in Kansas City, Missouri, could get a much-needed facelift. → Read More

Some land along proposed Missouri Hyperloop route is private property, report says

Reality is setting in as new details surface about the proposed Missouri Hyperloop between Kansas City and Saint Louis. → Read More

Kansas City Public Schools students taking new steps to find success in life

The Kansas City Ballet and Kansas City Public Schools are celebrating a new movement improving student achievement. → Read More

Kansas, Missouri rank low among states where women likely to be killed at work

Though an alarming trend reveals that more women are being killed in the workplace, both Kansas and Missouri rank low among states where that is likely to happen. → Read More

Insurance companies in Kansas, Missouri now cover cost of 3D mammograms

Insurance companies in Kansas and Missouri are now footing the entire bill for 3D mammograms. → Read More

KU Cancer Center patient who was in hospice grateful for immunotherapy drug

A Kansas City woman living with metastatic lung cancer is grateful after an immunotherapy drug gave her a second chance at life. → Read More

Snow days to mean some changes for state testing dates

Because of all the snow and cold weather this year, students in both Kansas and Missouri have missed several days from class, and those missed days will mean some changes in state testing dates. → Read More

Massive pothole on Ward Parkway causing major damage to cars

A major pothole on Ward Parkway and 72nd Street cost one driver $3,000 in car repairs. → Read More

Four KCK students to send science experiment to International Space Station

Four Coronado Middle School recently won a competition to send their science experiment to the International Space Station this spring for six weeks. → Read More

MO tax on prepaid cell phones aims to improve 911 services in rural areas

A three percent tax on prepaid cell phones in Missouri aims to improve 911 services in rural areas. → Read More

Some KC-area health consumers dismayed by the new price lists hospitals revealed January 1

On January 1, hospitals across the country complied with a new federal rule to post their prices online. → Read More

Mold-infested Englewood Apartments in KC Northland are scheduled for renovations to start in 2019

Relief is on the way for residents of Englewood Apartments in Kansas City's Northland. Many residents at Englewood have complained about mold and leaking roofs. Owners announced that construction will begin in February 2019 on an almost $10 million dollar renovation of those apartments. → Read More

Man breaks 40-year silence, alleges priest abuse

Breaking 40 years of silence, a man claiming he was raped as a boy by a priest is suing the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph. → Read More

Kansas City Fire Department pays $16 million in overtime for second year

For the second year in a row, the Kansas City Fire Department reported paying $16 million in overtime. → Read More

Park University volleyball team, fans celebrate national title

Fans and players on Monday celebrated the Park University volleyball team's national championship title. → Read More

Kansas City woman fighting alcoholism, homelessness finds hope at Amethyst Place

Ieley Beck and her five-year-old daughter, Carly, are celebrating a new beginning at the end of 2018. → Read More

Thieves targeting vehicles in Prairie Village, police say

Prairie Village is seeing an increase in car burglaries recently, police said. → Read More

Neighborhoods deploying hidden cameras to stop illegal dumping

Eight Neighborhoods in Kansas City's urban core are using technology to fight illegal dumping. → Read More

Syed Jamal talks US immigration reform at Park University

Lawrence, Kansas chemist Syed Jamal, whose fight to stay in the US drew national attention last year, spoke at Park University Tuesday, where he was once a professor. → Read More