• What’s Happening

    Riverfront Homeless Camps in Harms Way

    For the section of Kansas City’s homeless population that live along the banks of the river, the rising river levels spell trouble in a big way.

    Residents can now visit Canady’s campaign office to sign the Paseo Petition

    Residents who are interested in signing the Paseo Petition can stop by the campaign office of Alissia Canady for Mayor

    St. Joseph’s Day preparations

    Elizabeth Orosco Northeast News Thousands of cookies, pastries, various dishes, and fruits were prepped for this year’s Saint Joseph’s Day […]

  • 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.