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Kansas to forgive $5M in loans for small hospitality businesses

The state of Kansas will forgive $5 million in loans awarded early in the COVID-19 pandemic for small businesses. → Read More

Brookside restaurant closes, temporarily moves to Johnson County

A Brookside restaurant has closed its doors after 15 years and temporarily relocated to Johnson County. → Read More

Limited number of Big 12 Tournament tickets go on sale Friday

A limited number of tickets for the men’s Big 12 Tournament at the T-Mobile Center will go on sale this week. → Read More

Drive-by shooting shuts down I-635 southbound in KCK, police say

A drive-by shooting shut down the southbound lanes of Interstate 635 at Swartz Road on Friday afternoon, according to Kansas City, Kansas, police. → Read More

KCMO to loosen some COVID-19 restrictions as cases decline

Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas on Friday announced the city will be loosening some of its COVID-19 restrictions for bars, restaurants and events. → Read More

MoDOT vehicle stolen early Friday in KCMO, police say

A Missouri Department of Transportation vehicle was stolen early Friday morning in Kansas City, Missouri, police said. → Read More

Kylr Yust lawyers ask for change of judge ahead of double murder trial

Defense attorneys for Kylr Yust filed a motion in Cass County last week asking for a change of judge ahead of his upcoming double murder trial. → Read More

2nd teen dies from injuries in Independence crash, police say

A second teenager involved in a two-vehicle crash last week in Independence has died, police said. → Read More

Independence extends opening of warming center as cold streak continues

The city of Independence will keep a warming center at the Roger T. Sermon Community Center open through Tuesday, Feb. 16. → Read More

KCMO woman charged with murder in deadly shooting over weekend

A Kansas City, Missouri, woman was charged on Wednesday with murder in connection with a deadly shooting over the weekend. → Read More

Brookside restaurant plans to expand with 2nd location in Leawood

An east Brookside restaurant plans to expand in the Kansas City metro, opening a second location in Leawood. → Read More

Independence police ID woman found dead last month

The Independence Police Department said later Tuesday it believed it had made a "preliminary identification" of the woman found dead last month. → Read More

Tiffany & Co. to reopen Country Club Plaza store in early March

After closing its doors last month, Tiffany & Co. said Tuesday that it plans to reopen its location on the Country Club Plaza. → Read More

Overland Park Mayor Carl Gerlach says he won't run for re-election

Longtime Overland Park Mayor Carl Gerlach said Tuesday that he will not run for re-election again in 2021. → Read More

New Dime Store in Brookside to close permanently after fire

The New Dime Store, a staple in the Brookside neighborhood known for its nostalgic atmosphere and wide array of merchandise, will not reopen following a December fire that destroyed its inventory, the store owner said. → Read More

1 killed, 1 injured in overnight shooting at Raytown park, police say

One person was killed and a teenager was injured in an overnight shooting early Friday morning in Raytown, police said. → Read More

Meet Kansas City's newest Chiefs fans, ready to cheer on their team

The Saint Luke’s Health System maternity team on Friday released a video of babies recently born at the hospital — just in time to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs in Sunday’s big game. → Read More

LIVE: Missouri Gov. Mike Parson gives weekly update

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is giving his weekly update on COVID-19 operations in the state. → Read More

KCMO man accused of stabbing aunt, uncle to death in Raytown home

A Kansas City, Missouri, man allegedly stabbed his aunt and uncle to death in a brutal attack in Raytown earlier this month, according to Jackson County prosecutors. → Read More

KCPD looking for 2 suspects in Jan. 20 hit-and-run crash

Kansas City, Missouri, police are working to identify two suspects in a hit-and-run crash last week. → Read More