As the celebration of Black History Month continues, the Greater Kansas City chapter of the Public Relations Society of America celebrates the start of its 60th anniversary year with a celebration of its own, an extraordinary member of the chapter, Dr. Inez Y. Kaiser. The words that guided the…
Congressman Emanuel Cleaver II, (counter clockwise, from left) along with several other members of the Congressional Black Caucus today (Thursday) met with Vice-President Kamala Harris (foreground, right) during her first meeting in the ceremonial office at the White House.     To read more…
Golf icon Tiger Woods, on Tuesday was involved in a single car accident outside Los Angeles, Calif. Early reports speculated that Woods’ SUV had possibly hit the median and rolled over and over before landing in an embankment. Woods was taken to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and listed in serious…
Dianne Cleaver, president and CEO of Kansas City’s Urban Neighborhood Initiative (UNI), has announced her plans to retire at the end of the year. Cleaver has served as the organization’s leader since the organization was founded in 2012. UNI, a 501(c)3, evolved as one of the Greater Kansas City…
Edwards, Mississippi and resident of Kansas City, Missouri was called home to be with our Heavenly Father on February 16, 2021 at his daughter’s home in Raymore, Missouri. He was born on September 23, 1934, to Ike D. Richardson and Clara Dozier Richardson. In 1952, after high school, he moved to…
The Kansas City Kansas Police Department is launching a campaign to give the public more information about its new integrated camera system. The new system includes multi-camera, incar technology plus Officer body-worn cameras. Body-worn cameras are relatively small devices that record…
Nearly four years after the fatal shooting, murder charges are filed in the homicide of 3-year-old Marcus Haislip III who was shot in May 2017 near 54th and Park, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced Wednesday. Derrick D. Wren Jr., dob: 9/16/1992, faces Murder 2nd Degree, Unlawful…
WASHINGTON D.C—Mississippi Congressman Bennie Thompson filed a federal lawsuit today accusing Donald J. Trump, Rudy Giuliani, the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers of conspiring to incite a violent riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, with the goal of preventing Congress from certifying the 2020…
The Reverend John Modest Miles, pastor of the MorningStar MissionaryBaptistChurch locatedinKansas City’s Third District, once described former Third District Councilwoman Carol Coe as an “unsung heroine of grassroots community involvement and improvement and as one who is unwavering in her drive…
Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas today delivered his second State of the City Address to the Kansas City Council and to Kansas Citians virtually due to COVID-19 at Winnetonka High School, where he previewed the Kansas City Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Budget, Kansas City’s continued COVID19 vaccination and…
Following two days of presenting their case to the U.S. Senate as to whether to convict nowformer U.S. President Donald Trump for inciting the insurrection against the government that occurred during a breach and takover of the nation’s Capitol on January 6, the day that Congress was certifying the…

Congressman Emanuel Cleaver II, (counter clockwise, from left) along with several other members of…
Golf icon Tiger Woods, on Tuesday was involved in a single car accident outside Los Angeles, Calif…
Dianne Cleaver, president and CEO of Kansas City’s Urban Neighborhood Initiative (UNI), has…
As the celebration of Black History Month continues, the Greater Kansas City chapter of the Public Relations Society of America celebrates the start of its 60th anniversary year with a celebration of its own, an extraordinary member of the chapter, Dr. Inez Y. Kaiser.