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Charren Smith literally had her bags packed and ready to go when the Chiefs game was abruptly relocated from Mexico City to Los Angeles. [Read More]
As twin sisters continue to live out their dreams on the football field, one will return home this weekend as an assistant football coach of... [Read More]
Some Merriam neighbors are frustrated with a proposal for a new $30 million community center. [Read More]
A 164-year-old headstone found recently by a Clay County, Missouri, Parks and Recreation Department worker was put back in its rightful place Monday. [Read More]
Hundreds of Instagram users, including a woman from Overland Park, have reported their accounts being stolen by hackers linked to Russian email accounts. [Read More]
This past Memorial Day, a 32-year-old mother was bitten by a spider while playing with her children. [Read More]
Two months after she first spoke to 41 Action News, a Topeka woman continues to undergo surgery related to flesh-eating bacteria she contracted earlier this... [Read More]
Volunteers and humanitarian groups from around the metro are getting set to send supplies and help to areas impacted by Hurricane Florence this week. [Read More]
After two serious crashes this summer at an intersection in Tonganoxie, neighbors have called on the Kansas Department of Transportation to find a solution to... [Read More]
Missouri lawmakers are returning to the Capitol in Jefferson City to work on legislation vetoed by Gov. Mike Parson. Parson called the Republican-led Legislature back... [Read More]
As some continue to express outrage over Nike's new ad campaign with quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a Marine from Kansas City hopes to use the controversy... [Read More]
Ahead of John McCain's funeral in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, 41 Action News looked back on the late senator's connections to Kansas City. [Read More]
Residents and businesses in Cameron, Missouri are dealing with an emergency water shortage as a result of a drought this summer. [Read More]
A group of metro veterans graduated from a Johnson County program on Wednesday offering them a second chance. ... [Read More]
A new policy taking effect this fall at Kansas City Chiefs home games aims to get fans out of the parking lot once the game... [Read More]
Developers are aiming to bring new life to a historic part of Kansas City. [Read More]
A 67-year-old woman battling terminal cancer got to spend a special day at a metro ranch with friends and family on Tuesday. ... [Read More]
Raymore, Missouri isn't thought of as being a place with much history, but residents there think otherwise. [Read More]
A fan of late musical legend Aretha Franklin honored the singer on Thursday during an event at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. ... [Read More]
Lee Jeans, headquartered in the metro since 1917, will be moving from its facility in Merriam to North Carolina as part of a company shake-up. [Read More]
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