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Snow, ice and cold still have a grip on the area, but warmer weather – some of it likely destructive and deadly – is only weeks away. Next week is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Missouri.Five things to know and do. 1. Get some training. Jackson County’s only National Weather Service “Skywarn Spotter Training” is at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Crown Pointe Church, 5950 N.W. Lakewood Way. That’s about a mile south of U.S. 40 and...

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Need a little help getting your green thumb in gear as spring draws closer? There are tons of garden apps on the market ready to help you organize your thoughts and get your plants planted as the weather gets warmer. From reference material to...

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If someone tried to put together a Reviving Dead People film festival, there wouldn’t be enough films in the genre to actually call it a festival. There’s “Frankenstein” (the feat was accomplished via electricity), “Pet Sematary” (overnight burial...

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The best way to approach this film is to immediately dispense with its problems. The first half is stronger and more entertaining than what comes after it. Due to the surprising, and surprising amount of, twists it takes, a second viewing won’t hold...

Updated at 11:53 PM

When Reid Titus let a 3-point attempt fly early in the third period, a crowd of Truman High School students began to chant, “One thousand! One thousand! One thousand!”They knew the junior guard needed 19 points to reach the...

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Lexi Hart, the multi-talented Truman girls basketball standout, learned something about herself Thursday night as visiting Park Hill took on the Patriots in a boy-girl basketball doubleheader that also served as Senior Night for the host...

Updated at 11:52 PM

The Missouri Mavericks enter a make-or-break weekend with the Quad City Mallards feeling confident and refreshed.“It's amazing what a win will do for a for a team,” said forward Lindsay Sparks, whose two goals Tuesday night...

Updated at 11:51 PM

Already, the Grain Valley boys basketball team had built and squandered a 10-point lead in the first quarter Thursday against visiting Pleasant Hill.As the third quarter ended, the Eagles appeared to be in danger of seeing an even bigger...

Updated at 11:50 PM

Some coaches would argue they can’t coach athletes to play with energy.But during Thursday night’s 56-39 Senior Night loss to visiting Oak Park, Fort Osage girls basketball coach Dawn Williams and her assistants found...

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