Missouri meth lab seizures off sharply in 2016 - Kansas City Star
4 Dec 2016 at 6:06pm
Kansas City StarMissouri meth lab seizures off sharply in 2016Kansas City StarMissouri
is seeing a startling decline in methamphetamine lab seizures this year, but it isn't because users are turning away from the drug. Anti-meth efforts have made it difficult for makers to obtain cold and allergy pills containing pseudoephedrine ...and more »
Mizzou adds commitment from another junior college defensive lineman - Kansas...
4 Dec 2016 at 1:05pm
Kansas City StarMizzou adds commitment from another junior college defensive linemanKansas City StarMissouri
continued a run on junior college defensive line commitments Sunday with the addition of New Mexico Military Institute end Nate Anderson. Anderson's junior college coach, Joe Forchtner, first tweeted news of the commitment. Congrats to ...
Government won't permit oil pipeline under Missouri River - Kansas City Star
5 Dec 2016 at 8:18am
Kansas City StarGovernment won't permit oil pipeline under Missouri RiverKansas City Star
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has refused to grant permission for the Dakota Access oil pipeline to cross under a Missouri
River reservoir in North Dakota. American Indians say it's a major victory in their push to reroute construction of the ...and more »
How Kansas City, Mo.'s Smart Foundation Will Allow for Proactive Positioning ...
30 Nov 2016 at 6:39pm
Government TechnologyHow Kansas City, Mo.'s Smart Foundation Will Allow for Proactive Positioning of City ServicesGovernment Technology
How Kansas City
.'s Smart Foundation Will Allow for Proactive Positioning of City Services. City planners aim to take the platform's data-management capabilities and eventually leverage them through the use of its own data analytics tools, presently ...
One killed, another injured in shooting Saturday night near 104th Street and ...
4 Dec 2016 at 2:59pm
Kansas City StarOne killed, another injured in shooting Saturday night near 104th Street and Blue RidgeKansas City StarKansas City
police investigated a shooting Saturday night that left one person dead and a second injured. The shooting was reported about 7:15 p.m. near ... The death marked Kansas City's
114th homicide in 2016. The metropolitan area has recorded 184 ...
IUPUI routs Missouri women's basketball 73-45 - Kansas City Star
4 Dec 2016 at 3:43pm
IUPUI routs Missouri women's basketball 73-45Kansas City Star
Danielle Lawrence scored a game-high 24 points and IUPUI routed visiting Missouri
73-45 on Sunday. The Jaguars (6-1) used an early 16-5 run to break a 6-6 tie and never trailed again, leading 41-21 at halftime. Sophie Cunningham scored 13 points to ...and more »
KC cyclists get two new reasons to celebrate ? open soon, a closer 47-mile li...
3 Dec 2016 at 11:44am
Kansas City StarKC cyclists get two new reasons to celebrate ? open soon, a closer 47-mile link to Katy TrailKansas City Star
29 in Kansas City
, Kan., of a new $2.6 million concrete ramp that now allows both pedestrians and cyclists easy access to Kaw Point Riverfront Park. The park at 1403 Fairfax Trafficway is a crescent of land on the Missouri
River. It is a historic ...and more »
Missouri picks up commitment from junior-college defensive tackle Rashad Bran...
3 Dec 2016 at 5:27pm
Kansas City StarMissouri picks up commitment from junior-college defensive tackle Rashad BrandonKansas City Star
Weeks ago, Missouri
defensive coordinator DeMontie Cross expressed Missouri's
need to upgrade at defensive tackle prior to the 2017 season. On Saturday, the Tigers defense did just that as Rashad Brandon, a 6-foot-3, 315-pound defensive tackle from ...and more »
Holiday laser show to light up downtown KC - KSHB
3 Dec 2016 at 4:02pm
KSHBHoliday laser show to light up downtown KCKSHBKANSAS CITY
. - If you think it's just not the holidays without the music of Trans-Siberian Orchestra set to lasers and LEDs, downtown Kansas City is the place for you. This weekend and next, local performance art collective Quixotic will present ...and more »
Missouri to pay millions for student's drowning in handcuffs - Kansas City Star
17 Nov 2016 at 7:30am
Kansas City StarMissouri to pay millions for student's drowning in handcuffsKansas City Star
The state of Missouri
will pay $9 million to the family of an Iowa college student who drowned in handcuffs while in the custody of a state trooper. The settlement, announced Thursday morning, ends a civil lawsuit that Brandon Ellingson's family filed ...Missouri
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