After spending 30 days in quarantine, Bam Bam, a polar bear from the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, was introduced to Berlin at the Kansas City Zoo on May 24. The two polar bears will probably spend the rest of their lives together in Kansas City.
Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer from Colorado, infiltrated the local Ku Klux Klan. The true story is told in this movie directed by Spike Lee and co-written by Kevin Willmott of Lawrence.
The Batmobile met its match in Buffalo, N.Y. on Thursday when it slammed into a highway guardrail. The driver, Jett Yaskow, aka Robin and co-owner of TV and Movie Cars for Hire, walked away with just a bump on his head.
On Tuesday, May 15, Cedric Workuff walked into a Popeyes in south Kansas City and sang about quitting his job (except he doesn't work there). The prank was filmed by video producer Marco Summers, who also wrote the song. Warning: graphic language.
Russell James Fisk, a well-known tattoo artist killed in a shooting in Kansas City's Northland over the weekend, was the type of person who wanted to make everybody feel special. On Friday, police found Fisk fatally shot inside a sports car.
The Fort Worth Police Department wishes all their officers' moms the happiest of Mothers Days, but here's why they never let them catch a ride in a police cruiser. The belittling and the looming presence of mom is just too much when a call comes in
Rachel Black performed "Edyka" at Congregation Beth Torah. The band members: Nanette Kraus, Emily Tummons, Randy Deutch, Carmen Dieker and Larry Figg. The Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City helped fund the concert.