Nestled along State Line Road and just a stone's throw away from the University of Kansas Hospital sits a very special house and inside is a woman who may just be one of the greatest ambassadors for Kansas City. More>>
Who would have thought an idea hatched in pancake batter decades ago would lead to an entry into the Guinness Book of World Records and an encounter with four different U.S. presidents? More>>
Twenty years ago a young and successful local businessman had a dream about coffee. That dream would take him from restless nightmare to a rich and robust American success story. More>>
When KCTV5's Brad Stephens first heard about what happened to a local woman named Teri Ackerson, he could hardly believe it, but her story is indeed true, every unbelievable part of it. More>>
There's a sad update concerning a little girl featured on Faces of Kansas City this summer. More>>
Comic books such as Superman allowed Dr. Harold Finch's imagination to soar as he was growing up in Kansas City, KS. They actually inspired him to reach for the stars and so much more. More>>
Patients and visitors of Children's Mercy Hospital have noticed an extra splash of color on the walls. It's not just there for decoration - it's there to help kids heal. More>>
In 1963 John F. Kennedy was in the White House, Lassie was a hit series on TV and the Beatles had just released the single, I Want to Hold Your Hand. That was also the same year a bold young woman had a dream about pizza. More>>
Sprint employees are bracing for what is sure to be an emotional retirement from their ranks. Her co-workers said she brightens up the room every time she enters, although she slobbers a little and sheds a lot. More>>
You may want to try and remember the name of the very impressive young man you're about to meet because someday you may be paying good money to see him perform. More>>
A local dentist recently returned from an island paradise some 1,600 miles away from here. But he wasn't on vacation, he was on a mission. More>>
The action figures that you could be collecting or your child could be playing with may have gotten its start in Kansas City.
What might look like an ordinary wood pile to most is something completely different for Cyrus Fillmore. More>>
A brew pup in the Waldo area is celebrating a very exciting number - 20 years in the business. More>>
Who can claim they get to go into work and drink beer on the job? Between battling it out on the skating rink and being a quality assurance taster for Boulevard, Elizabeth Belden is one busy lady. More>>
Located in the heart of downtown Merriam, K.C. Strings Violin Shop, is a musical Mecca. Here they make violins, violas, cellos and basses. Many of these instruments end up in the hands of professional musicians not just around the country but the world. More>>
Did you know when you visit the National World War I Museum you're really just seeing a fraction of the entire museum's fascinating displays and objects? More>>
Meet the concert promoter behind Kanrocksas, taking place August 5 and 6 at the Kansas Speedway. More>>
This Sunday, the country will pause to reflect on 9/11, the 10-year anniversary of one of the worst moments in American history. In this week's Faces of Kansas City, KCTV5's Brad Stephens wanted to focus on one of the people who played a part in what is arguably one of America's best moments. More>>
There's a lot of double-taking going on in Waldo and you'd do a double-take too if you saw a guy on a dogsled being pulled by five huskies in the middle of May. More>>
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