Tracey Chappell, running against Jean Peters Baker for Jackson County Prosecutor, spoke on the steps of KCPD Headquarters on Thursday.
Daisy Garcia MontoyaEditorial Assistant VozKC organized a rally in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program after […]
By Abby Hoover Two community engagement sessions have been scheduled by the Parks and Recreation Board to hear from residents […]
The museums at 18th and Vine will reopen next week, following weeks of being closed due to COVID-19. The American […]
Parks Commissioner Good proposed the J.C. Nichols Fountain and parkway be renamed to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
Residents of Gabriel Towers, 1600 Jackson St., got a helping hand on Tuesday, June 9, from local organizations after three […]
Community members converged on Kessler Park over the weekend to clean up litter as the first of many summer neighborhood […]
The Kansas City Special Committee for Legal Review met Tuesday to review an ordinance introduced by Third District At-Large Councilman […]
By Daisy Garcia MontoyaEditorial Assistant As spring turns into summer and the temperature continues to rise, senior citizens could find […]
The KC Streetcar Main Street Extension project received the green light from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to enter into […]