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Examiner
Updated Mar 6, 2015 at 8:16 AM

Last year’s biggest hit, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1," comes to home video this week, along with Oscar nominee "Foxcatcher."

Posted at 5:59 AM

Saturday is shaping up as a day of celebration, recognition and remembrances for Glenn Betts, who, on the eve of his 100th birthday, says he feels great.Born March 6, 1915, in a farmhouse on what is now Blue Ridge Boulevard, the lifelong...

Posted at 5:52 AM

WHAT: Blue Springs City Theatre presents “Alice in Wonderland.”After a young girl follows a white rabbit down a hole, she stumbles into the fantastical world of Wonderland; where she encounters a bevy of wild...

Posted at 5:45 AM

The “Till We Meet Again” exhibit one of many Truman events coming up in the next few months. Others include:• March 23 – “When Kansas City Went to War,” part of the Truman Forum...

Posted at 5:16 AM

It was a year of triumph, transition and no small degree of trepidation for America and for the Man from Independence, Harry Truman.That year, 1945, is the focus of an upcoming Truman Library exhibit, one of several ways that the 70th...

Posted at 5:15 AM

  When you plan to build a barn, it may be intended to serve one or more purposes -- to shelter your livestock; to act as a...

Posted at 1:01 AM

One of the most striking stars in the entire night sky, visible to unaided eyes, has to be fiery red Betelgeuse.

Posted at 1:01 AM

March is National Nutrition Month, and it’s a great time to examine your eating habits and make sure your eating habits are keeping you healthy and happy. Enlist some help from some handy apps that can help you track what you’re putting into your...

Posted at 1:01 AM

For its first 20 minutes or so, it looks like “Chappie” is paying an awful lot of homage to “Robocop” (the original, not the remake). There’s havoc in the city streets, there are robotic cops trying to control it, there are point-of-view shots from...

Posted at 1:01 AM

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Updated at 12:06 AM

Moments before the biggest game of his life, Blue Springs South junior K.J. Robinson was working out in the small gymnasium.He was trying to do his best to convince coach Jimmy Cain that a sprained ankle would not prevent him from playing...

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