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  • Candidate for prosecutor seeks to “bridge the divide” between PD and community

    July 9th, 2020
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    Tracey Chappell, running against Jean Peters Baker for Jackson County Prosecutor, spoke on the steps of KCPD Headquarters on Thursday.


    Rally held at Concourse Park in support of DACA program

    June 24th, 2020
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    Daisy Garcia MontoyaEditorial Assistant VozKC organized a rally in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program after […]


    Parks Board schedules hearings on renaming J.C. Nichols Fountain and Parkway

    June 16th, 2020
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    By Abby Hoover Two community engagement sessions have been scheduled by the Parks and Recreation Board to hear from residents […]


    18th and Vine museums set to reopen

    June 12th, 2020
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    The museums at 18th and Vine will reopen next week, following weeks of being closed due to COVID-19.  The American […]


    Parks commissioner requests renaming J.C. Nichols fountain, parkway for MLK

    June 11th, 2020
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    Parks Commissioner Good proposed the J.C. Nichols Fountain and parkway be renamed to honor Martin Luther King Jr.


  • Local organizations team up to bring resources to tenants at Gabriel Towers

    June 10th, 2020
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    Residents of Gabriel Towers, 1600 Jackson St., got a helping hand on Tuesday, June 9, from local organizations after three […]


    Northeast neighbors come together for park cleanups

    June 10th, 2020
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    Community members converged on Kessler Park over the weekend to clean up litter as the first of many summer neighborhood […]


    Committee recommends council pass ordinance dismissing charges for protestors

    June 9th, 2020
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    The Kansas City Special Committee for Legal Review met Tuesday to review an ordinance introduced by Third District At-Large Councilman […]


    Bishop Sullivan gets senior citizens cool air at home for 20th year

    June 4th, 2020
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    By Daisy Garcia MontoyaEditorial Assistant As spring turns into summer and the temperature continues to rise, senior citizens could find […]


    KC STREETCAR MAIN STREET EXTENSION GETS GREEN LIGHT FROM FEDS

    May 26th, 2020
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    The KC Streetcar Main Street Extension project received the green light from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to enter into […]


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