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A police sergeant in Kansas says he recently received a thank-you letter from a man he helped 21 years ago. Overland Park police Sgt.
A Secret Santa in Kansas is passing $100 bills to strangers on the street with only one catch -- they have to promise to pay if forward. The man dressed as Santa Claus and helpers dressed as elves handed out $100 bills Tuesday in Kansas City, Kan., to people at the Salvation Army Thrift Store, the Turner
The facility manager of a Kansas City, Mo., elementary school said he needed help evicting a bobcat that he found holed up in the building. KMBC-TV in Kansas City said Tuesday the female cat had to be taken out by an animal rescue group after apparently deciding Maplewood Elementary School was too cozy to leave. I kicked at it â€¦ tried to run it off.
NEW YORK, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Fred I. Young, Senior Vice President, News, for Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc. will retire from the company at year-end, concluding a distinguished 46-year career.
Two class action lawsuits filed on behalf of residents of Cameron, Mo., allege an area plant caused a sudden outbreak of brain tumors among residents. Attorney Grant L.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.