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1. 'Beverly Hillbillies' Creator Dies 'Beverly Hillbillies' Creator Dies March 26, 2005 Notice of the death of Paul Henning, a television writer and producer and creator of the television show "The Beverly Hillbillies". Henning was 93 when he died March 25, 2005 and was a native of Independence,...

2. 'Love Our House. Thank You, America' 'Love Our House. Thank You, America' November 12, 2007 Kansas City, Kansas, family of Daniel Gilyeat thanked the community for their support while the ABC TV show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" replaced their leaky, drafty bungalow with "3,000 square feet,...

3. 'Modern Man' 'Modern Man' September 22, 2012 Profile and interview with Emmy Award-winning actor Eric Stonestreet. Stonestreet is a native of Kansas City, Kansas and attended Kansas State University. He credits growing up in the Midwest as inspiring...

4. 'SMO Local TV Shows 'SMO Local TV Shows June 28, 2011 Article profiles KSMO television ('Smo for short) and its emphasis on local programming. The station started out as in independent in 1980s. It later merged with KCTV, focusing on local shows that reflect...

5. 'The Most Trusted Man in America' Dies 'The Most Trusted Man in America' Dies July 18, 2009 In-depth obituary article about Walter Cronkite who died July 17, 2009, at the age of 92. Cronkite, an anchor of the "CBS Evening News" from 1962 to 1891, was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, spent his first...

6. 'Wheel' Begins to Take Shape as Part of Bartle TV Makeover 'Wheel' Begins to Take Shape as Part of Bartle TV Makeover April 4, 2005 Article discusses the setting up and preparations necessary for the filming of the television show Wheel of Fortune, to be filmed beginning Friday, April 8, 2004.

7. 'World News' Man Very Down to Earth 'World News' Man Very Down to Earth October 19, 2004 ABC News anchorman, Peter Jennings, visited Liberty, Missouri, gave a speech at the American Royal's Boots, Barbecue and Business Luncheon, and broadcasted ''World News Tonight'' from the Liberty Memorial....

8. 10th Street, East from Wyandotte 10th Street, East from Wyandotte Postcard of 10th Street, East from Wyandotte

9. 19: The Identity Crisis of Channel 19 19: The Identity Crisis of Channel 19 March//1975 Article about the television station, Channel 19, with a "split personality," being both a daytime educational station and an evening and weekend public television station.

10. 60 Artful Minutes: A Visit with Thomas Hart Benton 60 Artful Minutes: A Visit with Thomas Hart Benton July//1973 Interview of Kansas City artist Thomas Hart Benton covering his career and "his recent interview on CBS's Sixty Minutes [television] program, on which both he and Picasso were covered," including his contrast...

11. A Country Doctor of Kansas in National Spotlight Today A Country Doctor of Kansas in National Spotlight Today October/27/1957 Photos and biographical article about Dr. Charles Hoover, a 76-year-old physician in Overbrook, Kansas, "68 miles west of Kansas City in Osage County," Kansas, featured on the national television show...

12. A Hero's Welcome Home A Hero's Welcome Home September/October 2005 Article describes the new home presented to Kansas City firefighter Stephen Johnson in a 2005 episode of the ABC reality television show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." Johnson was one of six local firefighters...

13. A History of Kansas City Radio and Television Stations A History of Kansas City Radio and Television Stations 1996 A 79 page photocopied typed manuscript which includes a short history of radio and of television in Kansas City and the listing of 47 radio stations and 17 television stations.

14. A Love-it or Hate-it Style A Love-it or Hate-it Style September 22, 2012 Profile and interview with Royals television announcer Rex Hudler. Hudler replaced former Royals player Frank White as announcer in 2011, and fans' reactions have been mixed.

15. A New Sportsman's Friend A New Sportsman's Friend June 14, 2007 In Steve Penn's "Commentary" column he features Wayne Hubbard of Kansas City, Kansas. Hubbard is host to a TV show called "Urban American Outdoors" shown in this area on the Metro Sports Channel. It has...

16. A Pop Concert from a TV Studio A Pop Concert from a TV Studio January/21/1957 Description of the first television broadcast of the orchestra, done on three local stations from the WDAF-TV studios.

17. A-Maye-Zing A-Maye-Zing June 10, 2010 Article profiles singer Marilyn Maye (82) and her 60+ year musical career. A native of Wichita, Kansas, Maye began singing in Kansas City clubs in the 1940s. Her career includes several hit records, television...

18. About Town About Town January/8/1965 Biographical article about Lee Liberace, the pianist known as simply "Liberace" and born as Wladziu Valentino Liberace. Description of his career, starting out as a performer with his brother George Liberace...

19. About Town: Inventors to Carson Show About Town: Inventors to Carson Show March/26/1974 Biographical article about Bill and Zella Burke, "Kansas City inventors and manufacturers of elevating patient-aid items," displayed on television's Tonight Show. Brief description of their founding of...

20. Acquisition of WDAF-TV Acquisition of WDAF-TV May 28, 1958 Unverified first official news of the acquisition of the Kansas City Star's television news station, WDAF-TV, according to the local history index card.