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Recent articles by Hailey:

Chiefs' offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz undergoes surgery today

Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz said he is undergoing surgery Wednesday. → Read More

Kansas Department of Labor to look for new unemployment system

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly said Monday the state is beginning the process of looking for a new unemployment system. → Read More

No one injured after impaired driver crashes into MSHP patrol car

No one was hurt when an allegedly impaired driver hit a Missouri State Highway Patrol car over the weekend. → Read More

Betty Rae's ice cream shop reopening this spring with new ownership

Betty Rae’s, a beloved Kansas City ice cream shop, is reopening this spring under new ownership. → Read More

Lawsuit: ‘No reasonable officer’ would have shot, killed Hannah Fizer

The family of Hannah Fizer alleges that “no reasonable officer” would have shot and killed her under the circumstances during a traffic stop on June 13, 2020. → Read More

New Kansas plan earmarks vaccine doses for K-12 teachers, staff

A new effort to get teachers and staff at K-12 schools in Kansas vaccinated against COVID-19 is underway. Gov. Laura Kelly announced a new back-to-school vaccination plan, which aims to get more students back to in-person learning, on Wednesday during her weekly news conference. → Read More

LIVE: Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly gives COVID-19, weather update

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly is giving an update on COVID-19 operations in the state. → Read More

5-year-old hurt in crash breathing on her own, still unresponsive

Ariel, the 5-year-old girl who was hurt in a crash involving Britt Reid, is breathing on her own, but otherwise remains unresponsive. → Read More

Kansas City St. Patrick's Day Parade canceled for 2nd year in a row

The Kansas City St. Patrick's Day Parade has been canceled for the second consecutive year. → Read More

Independence electric customers to receive nearly $200 credit

Independence residents are getting some relief when it comes to their electric bill. The city announced Wednesday electric utility users will receive a $193.82 credit to their account beginning Feb. 11. → Read More

LIVE: Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly delivers COVID-19 update

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly is giving an update on COVID-19 operations in the state. → Read More

KC Parks releases preliminary plans for Martin Luther King, Jr. Square Park update

The Kansas City, Missouri, Parks and Recreation Department released preliminary plans for Martin Luther King, Jr. Square Park Wednesday. → Read More

KCMO recycling, bulky item pickup canceled this week

Kansas City, Missouri, residents looking to recycle or discard bulky items are out of luck this week. → Read More

Boulevard Brewing CEO resigns amid backlash for mishandled harassment allegations

Boulevard Brewing CEO Jeff Krum resigned Wednesday amid backlash against the company for its mishandling of sexual harassment allegations. → Read More

KCMO trash, recycling services delayed 1 day for snow removal

Kansas City, Missouri, trash and recycling services will be shifted one day later for the remainder of the week. A city spokesperson said the services will be suspended Wednesday due to the weather. → Read More

Kansas moving to Phase 2 of vaccine distribution

Kansas is moving to Phase 2 of its vaccination plan, Gov. Laura Kelly announced Thursday. → Read More

Kansas City Monarchs to retake the field in spring 2021

Fifty-six years after the team was disbanded, the Kansas City Monarchs will return to the baseball field in 2021. → Read More

KCPD members selected for security, documentation efforts at inauguration

Kansas City was well-represented at the Wednesday inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. → Read More

Proceeds from 'Hennething is possible' T-shirt to benefit 15 and the Mahomies

A portion of the proceeds from the sales of the "Hennething is possible" tees and hoodies will go to Patrick Mahomes' 15 and the Mahomies foundation. → Read More

KCPD investigates triple shooting in 6300 block of Agnes Avenue

Kansas City, Missouri, police are investigating a triple shooting near East 63rd Street and Agnes Avenue. → Read More