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Past articles by Alyson:

Kansas City child care center is prepared ahead of the storm

As the threat of severe weather moves into our area we learned how Rising Sun Learning Center is preparing ahead of the storm. → Read More

Donations stolen from Independence Make-A-Wish dropoff center

An investigation is underway after donations are stolen from a Make-A-Wish dropoff center in Independence. → Read More

Keeping Noah Wilson's legacy of giving alive through Noah's Crown Town 5k

Noah's Crown Town 5K run and walk will get underway Saturday morning at 7:30. → Read More

Missouri House advances medical marijuana bill, but one neighbor says there's too many restrictions

Legislation that would legalize medical marijuana cultivation with tight restrictions on who could use the drug has won initial approval in the Missouri House, but one supporter of medical marijuana said this bill still has too many restrictions. → Read More

MLB Urban Youth Academy breaks ground in Kansas City

Youth baseball in Kansas City is taking a giant step forward with the groundbreaking of the new MLB Urban Youth Academy. → Read More

Kansas City company Muchana helps Ecuador earthquake relief effort

A Kansas City accessories company that works with artists in Ecuador is supporting the earthquake relief effort. → Read More

When is the right time to allow your child to babysit?

Summer break is just around the corner and that means your children or grandchildren will soon be out of school for break, but with a lot of working parents it's a stressful time. → Read More

Kansas City goes red to raise awareness of heart health

The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women is the world’s largest network of women standing together to save women’s lives from heart disease. → Read More

Drivers finding alternate routes to navigate around JOCO gateway project

For the next couple of months the 95th Street and I-35 interchange is closed for construction. → Read More

BBB says to be on the lookout for fake Kansas City Royals merchandise

Scam artists are trying to hit a home run by stealing from you. → Read More

Kansas City women tackle their way on the gridiron to end discrimination

Achieving pay equality in women's sports has been an ongoing battle, but the Kansas City Titans are tackling discrimination on the gridiron. → Read More

Kansas City veterans move from boots to business thanks to Kauffman's FastTrac program

Nineteen veterans made the transition from military service to the private sector Friday at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center. → Read More

Children's Mercy Hospital teaches kids that healing can come from more than just medicine

The RAPS Program at Children's Mercy Hospital is helping children overcome pain. → Read More

Kansas City student gets to dance on stage with Justin Bieber

It's a dream come true for 10 year-old Alana Bryson after learning she is one of four children in Kansas City selected to dance with Justin Bieber on stage at the Sprint Center. → Read More

Frank Williams Housing Resource Center reopens in Kansas City, Kansas

A local center in KCK that provides hope for the homeless is back open thanks to some good neighbors. → Read More

Kansas City loaning out cash to help hopeful business owners

More money is coming to help hopeful business owners in Kansas City. → Read More

Missouri business leaders meet in Grandview to talk about ways to make main streets mainstream

Leaders of Main Street Associations from across the state of Missouri are in Grandview Thursday and Friday talking about the importance of small businesses. → Read More

Kansas City 'Smart Ball' getting ready for Royals Opening Day

The Longest Opening Day First Pitch will feature the world's smartest baseball. → Read More

Lawrence Police Department wants $1 million from the city for over-hire

Right now those with the Lawrence Police Department want to over-hire 17 officers to help with the shortage of manpower. → Read More

Express Employment Professionals explains why new Amazon jobs could be a bonus for job seekers

As Amazon announces new jobs coming to our area, Jerry Hickey with Express Employment Professionals expects this to create a more competitive market for employers. → Read More