Author: Kera Mashek

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It's pretty chilly outside and it's expected to get bitterly single-digit cold this weekend. So imagine enduring that kind of weather with no heat. That's been... [Read More]
Another blast of winter is moving toward the metro. Right now, the preparations are in full swing as rain, snow and severe wind chills take... [Read More]
It's hard to drive through just about any neighborhood in Kansas City and not see piles of tree limbs and branches. And cleaning it all... [Read More]
During the peak of this weekend's winter storm, 160,000 Kansas City Power & Light customers lost power. At this point, roughly 11,000 are still out.... [Read More]
People who work for the federal government and those who rely on its programs are now feeling the sting of the ongoing government shutdown. The... [Read More]
Thousands of students around the world rely on the GI Bill to pay for a college education. Many of them are also eligible to get... [Read More]
A Wyandotte County deputy is off the job and facing two criminal charges for allegedly attacking a co-worker. Prosecutors say John Warczakoski targeted a female... [Read More]
One of the issues central in the debate over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, especially among his supporters, is abortion. Some conservatives are hopeful a... [Read More]
An Independence, Mo. teen was shot and killed walking home from Van Horn High School on September 19, 2016. To mark the anniversary of his... [Read More]
Police departments across the country are struggling to find officers. In Johnson County, Kan., it's compounded by the region's explosive growth. Some estimates peg the... [Read More]
We're now learning the impact of a fire that damaged an evidence warehouse used by the Kansas City, Mo. Police Department. Defense attorneys say cases... [Read More]
Kansas City is determined to get off the nation's most dangerous cities list, and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to help make our community... [Read More]
September 10th marks World Suicide Prevention Day. In the US, suicide rates are climbing, but so are efforts to help those in need. "A lot of... [Read More]
In wake of hazing incidents, new rules are coming to thousands of fraternities nationwide, including at KU. Hard alcohol will be off limits by 2019,... [Read More]
MISSION, Kan. -- One metro city is booming but still keeping its small-town feel. Mission is experiencing major revitalization in its downtown corridor. There's something charming... [Read More]
Thousands of nurses around the country could soon walk off the job. National Nurses United represents 7,000 nurses in 15 HCA affiliated hospitals, including two... [Read More]
All three major candidates vying for Kansas governor went head-to-head Wednesday in an Overland Park debate, sponsored by the Johnson County Bar Association. [Read More]
A man convicted of killing his friend outside the Claycomo Ford plant will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Deonte Buffington-Hardy shot and... [Read More]
Independence police are continuing to investigate a weekend shooting that happened just steps from the carnival at Santa-Cali-Gon Days. It's hard to beat the deep-fried... [Read More]
Missouri Governor Mike Parson wants to call a special legislative session, and one of the things he wants to tackle is expanding the drug court... [Read More]
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