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1. 24 Hours at the K 24 Hours at the K June 26, 2011 This article provides a behind-the-scenes look at a typical day at Kauffman Stadium in preparation for a Royals baseball game. Several Royals' players, fans, and stadium employees are profiled in 14 segments....

2. 40 Years, Mostly of Miracles 40 Years, Mostly of Miracles September 10, 2011 In-depth article about Operation Breakthrough and the two women, Sister Berta Sailer and Sister Corita Bussanmas, that began the child care center in 1971 to provide child care to the poor. The Catholic...

3. 71 + 49 = Quicker + Safer 71 + 49 = Quicker + Safer December 12, 2012 Article announces that U.S. 71 has been officially renamed Interstate 49. Details regarding recent improvements aimed at bringing the highway up to federal interstate system standards are provided. A Missouri...

4. America's Tax Man Turning 90 America's Tax Man Turning 90 July 29, 2012 Article featuring a profile and an interview with Henry W. Bloch, co-founder of H&R Block. Natives of Kansas City, Bloch and his brother Richard started H&R Block in 1955, running advertisements in the...

5. Author is Writing a Better Outlook Author is Writing a Better Outlook December 31, 2010 Raytown author Derrick Barnes has completed his second book, “We Could Be Brothers,” a story about the friendship between two 13-year old African-American boys. Barnes first series of books, “Ruby...

6. Avenue of the Arts Expands Avenue of the Arts Expands May 17, 2009 The year 2009 marks the tenth anniversary of the Avenue of the Arts project which showcases contempory works by local artists along Central Street in downtown Kansas City. The 2009 display will feature...

7. Bannister Mall Starts to Fall Bannister Mall Starts to Fall January 22, 2009 Demolition has begun at the Bannister Mall building to make way for $949 million dollar mix-use center called "The Trails." The redevelopment project at Bannister Road and Interstate 435 will include a...

8. Beloved Art Professor Reflects on Last 48 Years Beloved Art Professor Reflects on Last 48 Years April 26, 2013 Article announces that Richard Mattsson is retiring from the faculty of the Kansas City Art Institute. Former students and friends of Mattsson are interviewed and discuss his impact upon their lives and...

9. Blind High Schooler Creates Array of Art Blind High Schooler Creates Array of Art Accessible Arts, "which teaches area children with disabilities," held its first art show with art created by a blind student, Aaron Johnson. Johnson, 18, lost his sight at age 13. His show, "Magic Town...

10. Bo Ling's Patriarch Talks Dumplings Bo Ling's Patriarch Talks Dumplings July 7, 2013 Interview with Hok Kun Ng, whose children established the popular chain of Bo Ling's Chinese restaurants. Ng discusses his traditional methods for making dumplings, his roots in northern China and Hong...

11. For Sale: A Jewel in Downtown KC For Sale: A Jewel in Downtown KC April 3, 2012 Article reports that the historic Power & Light Building is for sale by its current owners. Many of the structure's architectural details and history are described, as well as efforts by developers to...

12. Go to The Head of The Class Go to The Head of The Class May 14, 2008 Colored photographs in article about the Overland Park high school's culinary program and its newly remodeled kitchen at the Broadmoor Technical Center. "Broadmoor and other high school culinary porgrams...

13. Hunt Grew with Chiefs through Toughest Year Hunt Grew with Chiefs through Toughest Year September 15, 2013 Article focuses upon the professional development of Clark Hunt, Chairman and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs, following the disappointing 2012 season and suicide of Jovan Belcher. Changes to the Chiefs...

14. KC Area Scores Big With Sports KC Area Scores Big With Sports March 9, 2010 Article reports on the Kansas City metropolitan area's booming youth sports market. Youth sports tournaments--including soccer, baseball, volleyball, swimming, and others--are expected to generate between...

15. KC Art Institute Plans to Raze Historic House KC Art Institute Plans to Raze Historic House December 13, 2012 Article announces that the Kansas City Art Institute plans to demolish a historic Kansas City home located at 4347 Oak Street in the Southmoreland neighborhood. The article documents KCAI's decision to...

16. KC Police Department Pioneer Closes Her Last Case KC Police Department Pioneer Closes Her Last Case June 3, 2013 Profile on Janna Eikel, a detective who served in the Kansas City Police Department from 1984 until her retirement in 2013. Eikel worked in the vice unit and as a detective in forgery and robbery before...

17. KCK Wins Google Stakes KCK Wins Google Stakes March 31, 2011 Kansas City, Kansas, was named by Google executives as the first site for the company's ultrafast broadband network. Over 1,000 cities across the United States competed for the high-speed service, seen...

18. Land of Big Dreams Land of Big Dreams February 6, 2011 Article reports the increase in the Asian population occurring throughout the Kansas City area. Article includes brief biographical sketches of some outstanding Asian students and information on some of...

19. Literary Explorer Literary Explorer September 18, 2011 Feature article about Leawood, Kansas, author Candice Millard and her new book "Destiny of the Republic." Her first book, "The River of Doubt," about Theodore Roosevelt after his presidency, was published...

20. Many Bullets, Little Blame Many Bullets, Little Blame June 3, 2012 A special report by Christine Vendel researching a year's worth of injury shootings and the lack of cooperation among the victims. "In six out of 10 cases last year, victims declined to cooperate in catching...