A 1,000-mile journey through the middle of America reveals the fundamental reason for truck driver shortages: It is a job full of stress, physical deprivation and loneliness.
‘There’s more uncertainty than usual,’ one forecaster said.
Mask requirements prevented Covid-19 cases and deaths in Missouri, the state found, but data supporting that conclusion was not released until a month later.
More than 20,000 strangers have donated to an online fund-raiser to help Kevin Strickland’s re-entry to society.
A judge set Kevin Strickland, 62, free on Tuesday, noting that there was no physical evidence tying him to the crimes and that the main witness against him had tried to recant her testimony.
A judge convicted Detective Eric DeValkenaere of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Cameron Lamb outside his home in 2019.
From a handmade seven-hole course in Kansas to a more lavish setup in Hawaii, enthusiasts have made their dreams a reality.
The exhibit, which examined Kansas City’s contributions to the gay rights movement, was supposed to be in the Capitol building until the end of the year.
The surge of the Delta variant has prompted many dance companies to retool the holiday favorite. At New York City Ballet, there will be no performers under 12.
Aided by grants, artists are creating ground murals and other projects on roadways, underpasses and in public squares.
The coronavirus could turn sewage surveillance into a mainstream public health practice.
An ethics committee report said that State Representative Rick Roeber physically and sexually abused his children and once drowned puppies in a pond.
Reid, a former assistant coach for the Kansas City Chiefs and the son of the team’s head coach, crashed into two cars in February, leaving a child seriously injured.
After dropping out of high school, he studied law at the public library, then used his knowledge to reopen cold cases, including Emmett Till’s murder.
Cities and community groups are wrestling with how to shelter a vulnerable population without exposing it to an airborne virus that spreads most easily indoors.
A stone house in horse country outside Philadelphia, a Georgian Revival home in Kansas City and a 1907 cottage in Pasadena.
The announcement came just over a month after Washington’s football team announced, under pressure from corporate sponsors, that it would drop its logo and the Redskins name.
The Justice Department last month named an operation to combat violent crime in cities after LeGend Taliferro, who was shot and killed while he slept in an apartment in Kansas City, Mo.
“People have gotten to the point where they just don’t give a damn,” said a minister in Kansas City, which is on pace for a record number of killings.
The memorial to Levi Harrington, a black man killed in Kansas City, Mo., in the 1880s, had been vandalized before.
Melody Thuston and Damion Cowan had to scale down their celebration because of the coronavirus, and when their original officiant couldn’t attend, her father, a bishop, stepped in.
Prosecutors said the officers slammed Breona Hill to the sidewalk and kneed her in the face, torso and ribs in an episode that a passer-by captured on video.
Cities are halting evictions and utility shut-offs, and law enforcement officials are freeing some low-level offenders from jail. But how long should the generosity last?