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Kansas City Zoo polar bear dies after fight with liver cancer

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Officials with the Kansas City Zoo said their polar bear Bam Bam passed away Tuesday night. Zoo officials say Bam Bam was an older bear. "Her overall health had been good until very recently. This week, however, preliminary tests showed that her liver was failing. When furt


What's Up in Kansas City for This Weekend!

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Hey Kansas City! It's time to get your weekend plans together!. First up, make sure you check out 38 the Spot's Facebook page for our latest Freebie Friday. We're giving away a goody bag with toys and a National Geographic book, plus five large single-topping pizzas from Caseys! J



Sorry, I know that snow news is overdone on local legacy media but almost nobody is willing to place blame for the streets of this town looking worse than one of those Eastern-Euro-trash "Kreplachistan" countries.


Kansas City man charged in 39th Street carjacking

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A 36-year-old Kansas City man has been charged in connection with a 39th Street carjacking. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said an accomplice is also charged with trying to drive the stolen vehicle away from police vehicles trying to stop it.


KCPD officer who drove police van in wreck that killed teen is back at work

The Kansas City police officer who drove a department van in a traffic wreck that killed a teenager last fall has returned to work while prosecutors review an investigation of the crash.


Judge Rules Against Both Parties In Lawsuit Over Kansas City's Mutual Musicians Foundation

A judge has delivered a verdict in a lawsuit over control of Kansas City's Mutual Musicians Foundation, and it's a draw. Once the union hall for the Colored Musicians Local 627, the foundation is one of only two National Historic Landmarks in Kansas City (the other one is the Liberty Memorial). Thes


Wednesday AM Blog: Warming up and thunderstorms

Good Wednesday midday. I hope your day is going great so far. I am doing great, just getting some work done and house stuff done prior to work. Here is an overview of last nights storm system.


Winter storm creates treacherous, very slick roads for morning commute in Kansas City

Take it slow during your Wednesday morning commute Kansas City. A winter storm that’s sweeping across the metro area dumped several inches of snow overnight Tuesday, leaving behind very slick and treacherous roads that are partially, if not mostly, snow covered.


Kansas City Midday Crime Roundup

Prison lady drama update as well . . . Page 6: Alicia Witt joins ‘Orange Is the New Black’ cast. Closer to home, here's a midday local crime news update:. For the fourth year in a row, The Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil rights organization that tracks hate groups, reports that hate and domesti


Kansas City Tuesday Night News Stroll

Hottie Kimmy leads our newsie agenda Tuesday night . . . Hollywood Reporter: Kim Kardashian Takes a Stand Against Designer Knockoffs. Daily Mail: Kim Kardashian calls Karl Lagerfeld an 'inspiration' in loving tribute... even though he said she was short and 'not super slim' and blamed 2016 Paris rob


Former Chiefs GM Carl Peterson thinks Tony Gonzalez is ‘without question’ the best tight end in NFL history

More than a decade before the Kansas City Chiefs’ Travis Kelce further expanded the scope of what seemed possible for tight ends, Tony Gonzalez was changing the position forever.


Snow-covered roads with more precipitation strike Kansas City on Wednesday

FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) – Snow-packed roads, additional light drizzle and a winter mix is possible Wednesday morning. StormTrack5 Meteorologist Erin Little says clouds will hold strong most of the day with a high near 35 degrees.


Cinnabon and Auntie Anne’s set to open this week on the Plaza

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — You’ll soon be able to get cinnamon rolls and soft pretzels in one stop on the Country Club Plaza. Cinnabon and Auntie Anne’s pretzels will open Friday at 112 W. 47th Street, next to Cold Stone Creamery.


Kansas City New Airport Deception Explained

At least one part of it . . . There's so much to unpack but this quick snippet does a great job of calling into question some of the money that Edgemoor wants KCMO to front. Checkit:


Kansas City parents seek escape from snow day hassles

WESTWOOD, Kan. — As the snow piles grew even taller Tuesday across Kansas City, the hassles continued to pile up for parents. "I didn't know we were expecting a second winter break, here we go," Jensen Kugle, a single mother, said.


The show must go on despite Kansas City winter weather

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Several performances in town went on as planned despite the snow. Between the Kauffman Center and the Sprint Center, about 7,000 people were on the road in the name of entertainment Tuesday night.


Many Well-Known Journalists Are Leaving The Kansas City Star

More than half a dozen marquee reporters at The Kansas City Star have accepted buyouts from the newspaper’s parent company. Today was the deadline for accepting the offers, which were extended by McClatchy Co., the Sacramento, California-based owner of The Star, a few weeks ago.


How Eddie Moore Left Classical Behind And Embraced Hip Hop To Make New Kansas City Jazz

Kansas City pianist Eddie Moore describes his music like this: "rolling down a hill on a bike with no brakes. You just have to weave through everything that gets in your way or jump over it."


Missouri Attorney General will now investigate St. Louis "daycare fight club"

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — The Missouri Attorney General will be investigating the case of a "daycare fight club" caught on video in St. Louis. Eric Schmitt's office served a civil investigative demand Tuesday to Adventure Learning Center. He's seeking information about the late 2016 incident where kids cou


Kansas shoe store employee no longer has job after MAGA hat dispute

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) - An employee of a Vans Off the Wall footwear and apparel store in a suburban Kansas City shopping mall no longer has a job after a confrontation with a teen wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.