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Faces of Kansas City: Local sculptor's work goes international

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A local sculptor's work goes international and KCTV5 got a peek into his workshop. More>>

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Faces of Kansas City: Dance instructor nominated for humanitarian award

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This week's Faces of Kansas City is a perfect example of just how far hard work and dedication can take you in life. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Man providing for local family and Haitian family

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You know that feeling when it just doesn't seem like there are enough hours in the day? There's a local cab driver who feels that way every day. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Organization provides services to injured, orphaned wild animals

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Operation WildLife has been providing rehabilitation and veterinary services to injured and orphaned wild animals in northeast Kansas for almost 20 years. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Dancing the night away

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It's 10 p.m. on a Friday night in Overland Park and, while most people his age aren't even up, Al Crosthwait is about to get down. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: This man sure knows his cheese

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Even if you're a big fan of cheese, you might quickly realize you don't know much about the food after spending some time with one of the Midwest's foremost cheese experts. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Program helping families get out of homeless rut

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River of Refuge is helping families get out of their homeless rut and onto a new path. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Woman shares story of Holocaust survival

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Some local students recently received a history lesson they'll likely never forget. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: He was part of a miracle and he calls KC home

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With the Winter Olympics in full force 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>>

Faces of Kansas City: Cook class serves as support group

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A group of metro men get together every month for what looks like a regular cooking class. But this support group is so much more for them. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Man overcomes paralysis to help others with rehab

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A dream vacation in an instant turned into a horrible nightmare. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Woman writes book detailing life, virtues

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A local woman just wrote her first book and it was a process that was 93 years in the making. More>>

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Faces of Kansas City: Girl's battle with serious illness ends, RIP Dylynn

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There's a sad update concerning a little girl featured on Faces of Kansas City this summer. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: KCK man's love of comics inspires him to reach for the stars

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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>>

Faces of Kansas City: Sprint campus employees wish man's best friend a happy retirement

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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>>

Faces of Kansas City: Man's drum-making talents result in big requests

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What might look like an ordinary wood pile to most is something completely different for Cyrus Fillmore. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Woman's job involves making sure our beer tastes up to par

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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>>

Faces of Kansas City: The musical world of Anton Krutz

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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>>

Faces of Kansas City: Preserving history for generations to come

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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>>

Faces of Kansas City: Medical breakthrough renews hope for man losing eyesight

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Three years ago Faces of Kansas City introduced people to a local man who was in a desperate race against time. But a recent medical breakthrough is giving him renewed hope. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: The man behind Kanrocksas

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Meet the concert promoter behind Kanrocksas, taking place August 5 and 6 at the Kansas Speedway. More>>

Faces of Kansas City: Man mushes along despite setbacks

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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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