KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An apology nearly two years in the making ends a dispute over a New Year's Eve party that left hundreds of party goers demanding refunds, and for some, their coats. The party, promoted by the now defunct KC Connections, used former Kansas City Chief Joe Perez to promote the event on New Year's Eve 2014. But "Hangar 9" at the National Airline History Museum ran out of food and drinks, and some who checked coats never got them back.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Mayor Sly James’ office says the mayor will host a news conference at Kansas City International Airport on Friday morning, and it will feature “guests.”FOX 4 News has confirmed one of those guests will be the CEO of Kansas City engineering powerhouse Burns and McDonnell.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- FOX 4 obtained more than 500 pages of documents that shed fresh light on the life of young Adrian Jones, the boy found dead in a Kansas City, Kan., hog pen. The documents are from the Missouri Department of Social Services Children's Division. The records reflect that from early March of 2013 to late August of that year, when Adrian and his family lived in Clinton County, Mo., hotline reports led case workers to their Plattsburg rental property on multiple occasions.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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