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Posted at 6:48 AM

Elected leaders in Jefferson City and Washington continue to wrestle with funding for roads and bridges.“Roads, bridges across the country are ... failing,” said Erin Klasson, an aide to U.S. Rep. Sam Graves, whose district includes much of Eastern Jackson County. She spoke Friday at a Grain Valley Chamber of Commerce legislative update.State Rep. Jeanie Lauer, R-Blue Springs, said a similar conversation is going on in the Missouri General Assembly, which adjourns...

Posted at 5:16 AM

A group of citizens wants the Independence City Council to consider repealing the pit bull ban passed in 2006, claiming that breed of dog and its various mixes have received an unnecessarily bad rap and that bad owners are the bigger root of pit...

Updated at 1:08 AM

Truman High School seniors Zack Johnson and Kali Shoaf were named the Rotary Club of Independence’s Students of the Month for February.Johnson has received an Academic Award during his high school career, a recipient of the McCoy...

Updated at 1:07 AM

SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS  Independence student goes on alternative spring break Stephanie Soendker, of Independence, is participating in a week-long alternative...

Updated at 1:06 AM

Evangelist set for Stone ChurchCarol Constance will speak on the theme, “Walk the Via Dolorosa” for the Palm Sunday worship service 10:20 a.m. at the Stone Church Community of Christ.Constance is a Community of Christ...

Updated at 1:06 AM

In the loss of our beloved Genise, on Feb. 16, we have found the "why” she left for work each day smiling and happy to be seeing her new friends and, as we referred to the management, “Boss People,” at Xceligent in Blue...

Updated at 1:05 AM

At its annual honors and awards meeting, held at the Blue Springs Country Club on March 14, the Blue Springs Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution honored two outstanding students and three distinguished individuals who are making a...

Updated at 1:04 AM

Preceptor Alpha Tau made it through a busy holiday season and we are in full swing for 2015.Our first meeting in December was at the home of Marie Robertson. We enjoyed a great meal and exchanged our secret sister Christmas presents. Marie...

Updated at 12:50 AM

A Grain Valley man faces rape and other charges in connection with what police describe as an attack on the woman from whom he was in the process of separating, including an attempt to strangle her.James P. Cox, 44, was arrested Friday,...

Updated at 8:31 PM

A former Independence Police officer who used a stun gun on a teenager in September was indicted by a federal grand jury on Friday on four counts of violating constitutional rights of a minor and obstructing a police investigation.The...

Updated Mar 27, 2015 at 8:15 AM

According to a report from Fortune, Apple CEO Tim Cook is going to donate almost all of his money to charity. Cook, who is almost a billionaire, will pay for his 10-year-old nephew’s eventual college education and then donate the vast majority...

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