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A diverse group of volunteers marched through central Independence neighborhoods on Friday afternoon to help break the silence on unreported crimes.Armed with yard signs and door hangers, volunteers escorted by Independence Police covered several square miles in neighborhoods south of Truman Road and east of Sterling Avenue to urge residents to “Step Up and Speak Up” on crime and illicit drug activity.“Silence is killing us,” the door hanger said.

Posted at 1:01 AM

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Updated at 12:58 AM

Bryce Masters, the 17-year-old boy who was stunned by an Independence police officer and subsequently went into cardiac arrest, has been moved from intensive to progressive care as of Friday, the Masters family attorney wrote in an...

Updated at 12:39 AM

On Sept. 8, Mayor Eileen Weir presented a resolution to the Independence Pioneers Chapter NSDAR, proclaiming the week of September 17-23 to be Constitution Week in the City of Independence.The National Society Daughters of the American...

Updated at 12:39 AM

The Blue Springs chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution commemorated the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner with a special meeting on Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Blue Springs Country Club.During the festivities, Evan...

Updated at 12:38 AM

Bible Bingo set forMission WoodsMission Woods Community of Christ, 2800 N.W. Duncan Road, Blue Springs, is hosting Free Bible Bingo from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26.Activities also...

Updated at 12:36 AM

Fort Osage High School student Frankie Wanamaker was selected as the Rotary Club of Independence’s Student of the Month for August.Wanamaker has won the All-Fort Osage Award twice and is currently second in her senior...

Updated at 12:35 AM

When Lee's Summit quarterback Drew Lock opened Friday night's marquee matchup at Peve Stadium with an 80-yard touchdown pass to Hunter Allee, the host Blue Springs Wildcats didn't blink.“We know we are a good team,” said...

Updated at 12:35 AM

GRADUATESFort Hays State UniversityLindsey Michelle Shelton earned a bachelor of science in psychology degree during the summer 2014 at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas.She was among the 337 who...

Updated at 12:34 AM

If there's a way to slow down any quarterback, especially the best ones, the way to do it is to hit them – to get in their face and make them uncomfortable.And during the second half of Friday night's Fort Osage-Staley game, that's...

Updated at 12:33 AM

Truman help validate an old football maxim Friday night.Football has been called “a game of inches” – a phrase often attributed to NFL coaching legend Vince Lombardi. At the end of Truman’s Suburban Middle Six...

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