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Omaha, NE, United States

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Recent articles by Nick:

SAFE KC: Calls for gun regulations after KCMO's latest homicides

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Recent activity in Kansas City has leaders searching for answers for how to stop the violence. As of Sunday, there have been 84 homicides in Kansas City, Missouri, in 2019. The high numbers are weighing on city officials. "It's been a rough couple of days for me," Kamisha Stanton, KCMO's Violence Program Coordinator said. Stanton is actively working to reverse the troubling… → Read More

First Fridays organizers to re-examine safety protocol after homicide

First Fridays is an event for families to enjoy local art and food, however Friday night changed everything. → Read More

Independence urges voters to pass Proposition P, some are weary

Independence voters will decide on Proposition P, a local use tax on online sales that would generate roughly $1.3 million dollars in its first year to hire more police and fund a no-kill animal shelter. → Read More

Non-profit tackles abandoned house renovation to better neighborhood

An abandoned house near 35th Street and Indiana Avenue is being gutted out in hopes a family will make it a home. → Read More

Levasy flood cleanup still underway two months later

It's been nearly two months since two levees breached in Levasy, Missouri, leaving the city underwater. → Read More

KCMO downtown plan will be updated

With an ever-changing downtown, Kansas City, Missouri, leaders are looking at updating the plan to develop the city's core. → Read More

'Buddies KC' bar owner remembered during birthday party

Friends came together on Sunday to remember the life of the owner of a local gay bar. → Read More

Local rapper Mack Jones laid to rest

A family grieved the loss of local rapper Mack Jones as they attended his funeral on Saturday. → Read More

Stop the Violence picnic hopes to deter crime

Crime continues to plague the Kansas City metro area. → Read More

Kansas farmers begin planting hemp

DE SOTO, Kan. — It's a new era for Kansas farmers, as hemp is being planted for the first time in decades. After months of anticipation, farmers like Bobby Gabriel can start plowing the land to grow hemp on 80 acres of land. "This is something new right here, this whole hemp deal is something brand new," Gabriel said. On Monday, Gabriel and many other surrounding farmers got together to weigh… → Read More

Anti-violence leaders "disheartened" by high crime rate mid-way through year

Kansas City, Missouri's homicide rate is the second highest it's been in the past five years. → Read More

Raytown residents demand change after recent homicide

Continued violence has pushed many Raytown residents to their breaking point, and now they are demanding things change. → Read More

High river water docks barges, impacts ag producers

The high river levels are not only affecting houses, businesses and farms, but also how commodities are transported to different cities. → Read More

Missouri city remains swallowed by floodwater after levees break

A Missouri city remained submerged in floodwater Sunday, a day after two nearby levees broke along the Missouri River. → Read More

Carvana vehicle vending machine opens in Kansas City

An automobile vending machine opened this weekend in Kansas City, Missouri. The eight-story glass tower filled with vehicles, located just south of Interstate 35 near the state line, is Carvana's first MIssouri location and the 18th across the country. → Read More

KC TIF committee debates luxury hotel developer's request for new downtown Hyatt

Developers of a proposed five-star luxury hotel in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, have asked for tax incentives to help finance the project, but the city's TIF committee pushed off a voter on the $63 million, 13-story Hyatt hotel project until its June 12 meeting. → Read More

Middle school student's 'kill list' puts Missouri parents on edge

A Missouri middle school student's "kill list" left parents and classmates frightened this past weekend. → Read More

After Missouri flooding, farmer wants lawmakers to insure stored crops

As the cleanup along the Missouri River continues following significant flooding last month, several communities are finally seeing what the floodwaters left behind. → Read More

After Missouri flooding, farmer wants lawmakers to insure stored crops

As the cleanup along the Missouri River continues following significant flooding last month, several communities are finally seeing what the floodwaters left behind. → Read More

Eastside residents in KCMO line up for home-improvement grants

More than 30 people in Kansas City, Missouri’s eastside neighborhoods have applied for grants designed to help improve distressed neighborhoods. Nearly $500,000 is available to homeowners in select neighborhoods through the Federal Home Loan Bank Home Repair Program. → Read More