This week, about 100 million children are participating in a program that introduces concepts like coding at an early age.
There are many ways to give. A Lee's Summit woman has found an unusual knack for an item that brings comfort to people who need it most, especially in the cold.
Police raided a West Bottoms restaurant Monday afternoon following the arrest last week of the owner.
Movies like “The Irishman” or “The Godfather” may glamorize the story of the mob in the U.S., but history is real in many spots around Kansas City.
Chiefs fans aren't kind to visiting rivals, but they might have a reason to cheer for one Broncos player when they host Denver in a couple of weeks.
Millions of Americans are flying out of town for Thanksgiving this weekend and it takes an army of workers to make sure their planes are safe to depart. A local company plays a vital role in clearing planes for takeoff.
The NCAA has upheld the postseason ban for Mizzou’s football, baseball and softball teams, as well as restrictions for the football program on recruiting.
A small town is losing nearly half of its residents after decades of natural disasters. You probably remember seeing KCTV5 News coverage of flooding in Mosby, Missouri which has had to evacuate for heavy rains several times in the last few years.