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181. Greenlease Kidnapping Greenlease Kidnapping Clippings about the kidnapping and murder of Bobby Greenlease, Jr., son of wealthy Kansas Citian Robert Greenlease, Sr.

182. Hailing Our Chief Hailing Our Chief September 8, 2004 Results of an interview between outgoing Kansas City Police Chief Rick Easley and fellow Northeast High School classmate Dean Hughson. Easley will become president of the Kansas City Metropolitan Crime...

183. He Became a Police Legend Fast He Became a Police Legend Fast December/11/1965 File containing a photo and biographical article about Irwin Stephens, or Speedy Stephens, a Kansas City Police Department detective known for his arrests of many dangerous criminals in the 1920s until...

184. Heart Beat Heart Beat February//1995 Story of the work of the neighborhood-based police division.

185. Heart Beat Heart Beat August//1994 Photos and article about the Community Action Network police officers of the Kansas City Police Department, working to fight crime in a more efficient and decentralized manner than responding to 911 emergency...

186. Help or Hindrance? Help or Hindrance? February 3, 2013 Article describes the actions of several area charitable groups whose aim is to help feed the homeless population of Kansas City. The Salvation Army's Honk and Holler program is spotlighted and their practice...

187. Henry Armstrong Henry Armstrong January-February//1980 Biographical article about Henry Armstrong, an African-American boxer from Mississippi, growing up in Saint Louis, and boxing professionally starting in 1930, involved with several national celebrities...

188. Historic Northeast Fixture Folds Petals Historic Northeast Fixture Folds Petals July/4/2001 Photo and article about the closing of the Northeast Flowers shop "due to low sales and repeated vandalism" after being "at its current location since 1958."

189. History of the Kansas City Police Department through Pictures and Documents History of the Kansas City Police Department through Pictures and Documents //1979? History of the department starting in 1874 with several photos.

190. Hock Shop Paradise Hock Shop Paradise March/1/1935 Photos and article about the selling of merchandise stolen from Kansas merchants in Kansas City pawn shops. Description of the subsequent closing of small shops not tied to the Pendergast machine and sentencing...

191. Home Theft at $20,000 Home Theft at $20,000 December/5/1953 Notice about the Presley Pitts ("partner in the Pitts-Pratt Motor company, 119 Armour road, North Kansas City") home near Liberty robbed of a "large amount of silver, some heirlooms and two diamond rings."...

192. Homeowners Speak Out Against City Plan Homeowners Speak Out Against City Plan September 9-15, 2011 Construction for the new East Patrol Division station and Regional Crime Lab is tentatively set for 2012. The new facility will be located between 26th Street on the north and 27th street on the south...

193. Housing: Black Family Victimized in White Neighborhood Housing: Black Family Victimized in White Neighborhood May/26/1986 Photo and article about the "numerous gunshots and a firebombing" at the home of Larry and Linda Collins, a black couple "in their predominantly White [sic] neighborhood" in Kansas City, Kansas.

194. How a Liberal Looks at Kansas City Riots How a Liberal Looks at Kansas City Riots April/19-25/1968 Story about the April 1968 riots in Kansas City, with thousands of soldiers in the city to quell the disturbances and armed guards at shopping malls, screams at city hall, etc.

195. How Charles Binaggio Got That Way How Charles Binaggio Got That Way July//1971 Article on the "true life story behind one of Kansas City's most famous murders," offering "some intriguing facts about" the murder and life of organized crime figure Charles Binaggio at the Jackson County...

196. How Charles Binaggio Got That Way: The True-Life Story behind One of Kansas City's Most Famous Murders How Charles Binaggio Got That Way: The True-Life Story behind One of Kansas City's Most Famous Murders December//1983 Story about the life and death of Kansas City organized crime figure Charles Binaggio, reprinted from the July 1971 issue of the same magazine, with photos.

197. How I Did It: Opening a Security Store How I Did It: Opening a Security Store December//1998 Photo and biographical article about Tracey Hawkins, a black "32-year-old Missouri resident" and founder of "Security Source, a personal- and property-safety shop she opened a year ago in the Mission Center...

198. How Safe Are You? Rating Your Local Police Department How Safe Are You? Rating Your Local Police Department August//1983 Critical review of several city and county entities in the Greater Kansas City area.

199. How the Machine Won the Election How the Machine Won the Election April/16/1938 Methods used by the political machine of city government to cheat on the election.

200. How Westport Landing Won Success How Westport Landing Won Success June 1921 History of the settlement of the Kansas City area starting with Francois Chouteau in 1821 and progressing through the period of prominence for Independence with the Wayne City Landing, Westport through...