A 31-year-old man from Kansas City, Missouri, was convicted at trial of illegally possessing a firearm after he pointed his pistol at his ex-girlfriend’s head and threatened to kill her before crashing into several vehicles while attempting to flee from police.
Just six months after passing what was billed as the largest tax cut in Missouri history, the Republican-led state House voted Tuesday for an even bigger income tax cut that could return over $1 billion annually to individuals, corporations and retirees.
On Tuesday, U.S. Representatives Emanuel Cleaver, II and Sam Graves requested that United States Postmaster General Louis DeJoy host a listening session in Kansas City to hear complaints directly from area residents regarding poor mail service.
Due to the NCAA’s selection process, it didn’t matter how KU, K-State or Mizzou did on the court; they weren’t going to be playing in KCMO for the Sweet 16. Fans and businesses are still excited, though!
Governor Laura Kelly discussed the importance of fully funding special education in Kansas with high school and post-secondary students, teachers, school administrators and parents today at Shawnee Mission South High School.