• What’s Happening

    Remember This? Petticoat Lane

    Dorri Partain Northeast News Downtown shoppers, hang on to your petticoats! At the turn of the 20th Century, when ladies […]


    New data takes deep-dive into state of KCPS and charter schools to improve educational ecosystem for all students

    Elizabeth Orosco Northeast News Kansas City Public School District presented an analysis of the entire educational system in Kansas City, […]

  • Kansas City residents urge KCPD Board to keep Mounted Patrol Unit

    April 9th, 2019

      KANSAS CITY – Dozens of residents lined up behind the microphone at the Board of Police Commissioners Meeting this […]

    15-year-old victim in shooting at Central Academy of Excellence has been identified

    February 14th, 2019

    The victim in Tuesday night’s shooting outside Central Academy of Excellence has been identified as An’Janique Wright, 15. 

    Kansas City man faces felony charges in connection with 2017 murder in Northeast

    February 12th, 2019

    Anthony L. Robinson faces Murder in the 2nd Degree and Armed Criminal Action.

    Kansas City council members vote to change The Paseo in honor of MLK

    January 24th, 2019

    After nearly a year of debate, Kansas City council members vote 8-4 to change the name of The Paseo Boulevard to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard.

    KCFD rescues woman, dog from structure fire at St. John and Denver

    January 11th, 2019

    Kansas City Fire Department responded to a structure fire at an apartment building this morning on the northeast corner of St. John Avenue and Denver Avenue.

  • Investigation into KCPD Crimes Against Children Section results in discipline, termination of members

    January 9th, 2019

    A three-year investigation into the mismanaging of cases in the Crimes Against Children Section resulted in discipline and termination of several members.

    Kansas City woman charged in fatal stabbing, first homicide of 2019

    January 4th, 2019

    Carmelita Smith, 52, is charged with two counts of felony in connection with the fatal stabbing of Tony Carmons.

    KCPD urges against celebratory gunfire this New Year’s Eve

    December 31st, 2018

    John Becchina with KCPD said celebratory gunfire, or gunfire in general, is extremely dangerous, can lead to sometimes fatal injuries, and has serious legal repercussions.

    RideKC offering free rides New Year’s Eve to keep travelers safe

    December 31st, 2018

    On the evening of Monday, Dec. 31, all RideKC buses and streetcar will be free to help holiday travelers get to and from their destinations safely.

    Holiday trash schedule, no-tag details

    December 26th, 2018

    Here are all the details for this week and next week’s holiday trash schedule.