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Thirty-six years ago, robbers took priceless items – three swords and two daggers and their scabbards, encrusted with jewels – from the Truman Library in Independence.They are still missing, and a cable television show is trying to bring new attention to the issue.“It’s, I guess, kind of a cold case,” museum curator Clay Bauske said.Bauske is among those interviewed for tonight’s kickoff episode of “Brad Meltzer’s...

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Where would we be without coffee? It helps us power though late-night assignments and helps us wake up in the morning when we’re feeling a bit sleep-deprived. If you’re a caffeine aficionado, you’ll appreciate this round-up of java-centric apps,...

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In taking the lead role of Lou Bloom in this creepy psychological horror film, Jake Gyllenhaal dropped about 30 pounds. Besides looking kinda scrawny, his face hollowed out and his big eyes look even bigger. This is all a good thing when you’re...

Updated at 12:07 AM

Phone scammers claiming to have an affilation with the city of Blue Springs are calling residents and demanding money, warned the city.The city of Blue Springs said in a release that scammer(s) are “spoofing” a city number -...

Updated at 11:45 PM

Jason Ingram’s goal in the 58th minute was big enough as an insurance tally for the Blue Springs South boys soccer team.It proved doubly big 17 minutes later, after Blue Springs’ David Finch got the Wildcats on the board, as...

Updated at 11:44 PM

As thousands of fans cheered, members of the 2014 American League champion Kansas City Royals emerged from their dugout at Kauffman Stadium Thursday morning.As he waited for a teammate to take the field, catcher Salvador Perez looked at...

Updated at 11:43 PM

Once it scored a goal early in the contest, the Grain Valley boys soccer team loaded up the majority of its players on defense in hopes of keeping the speedy Sedalia Smith-Cotton Tigers from scoring a goal.However, with Smith-Cotton...

Updated at 11:43 PM

It’s been quite a year for 2009 Grain Valley High School graduate Billy Creason.The former Examiner all-area standout in football and track and field graduated from Northwest Missouri State University, where he helped the Bearcats...

Updated at 11:38 PM

An open letter to Kansas City Royals general manager Dayton Moore:Dear Dayton,Thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting together a team that has energized a city and an old sports writer who never dreamed he would have the...

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