• Here's why Women's History Month is in March By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    HERE'S WHY WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH IS IN MARCH

    Read on for more interesting facts about why we celebrate women this month.

  • Here's how many towels you should actually own By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    HERE'S HOW MANY TOWELS YOU SHOULD ACTUALLY OWN

    An internet debate is making people ask: How many towels is the "right" number?

  • Easy activities to keep your kids entertained By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    EASY ACTIVITIES TO KEEP YOUR KIDS ENTERTAINED

    Summer is coming, parents.

    Entertainment
  • Ray-Pec basketball continues winning ways By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    RAY-PEC BASKETBALL CONTINUES WINNING WAYS

    At Ray-Pec, the Panthers are hoping their off-the-court choices will help them continue with their success on the court.

  • Some hockey fans believe KC would be perfect for St. Louis Blues' affiliate team By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    SOME HOCKEY FANS BELIEVE KC WOULD BE PERFECT FOR ST. LOUIS BLUES' AFFILIATE TEAM

    Some hockey fans believe Kansas City would be the perfect fit for a St. Louis Blues' affiliate team.

  • KC infectious disease specialist talks about coronavirus threat By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    KC INFECTIOUS DISEASE SPECIALIST TALKS ABOUT CORONAVIRUS THREAT

    Experts recommend thorough hand-washing

  • Overland Park woman celebrates 110th birthday By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    OVERLAND PARK WOMAN CELEBRATES 110TH BIRTHDAY

    Gertrude B. Stern celebrated her 110th birthday Thursday with family and friends.

  • The Children's Spot works with kids needing extra help By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    THE CHILDREN'S SPOT WORKS WITH KIDS NEEDING EXTRA HELP

    The Children's Spot at Saint Luke's has quietly been working with kids who need extra help for 40 years.

  • Westside community remembers man killed at KC bus stop By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    WESTSIDE COMMUNITY REMEMBERS MAN KILLED AT KC BUS STOP

    Rolando Perez Garcia was known as El Cubano in the Westside area.

  • Real estate agent warns of bold scam targeting renters By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    REAL ESTATE AGENT WARNS OF BOLD SCAM TARGETING RENTERS

    Scam uses agent to show properties to renters

  • KCPD returns thousands in stolen bonds to woman By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    KCPD RETURNS THOUSANDS IN STOLEN BONDS TO WOMAN

    More than $5,000 in bonds taken in a 2016 burglary turned up years later. Kansas City police were able to find the owner and return...

  • Temps climb into low 50s Friday By KMBC   -   Feb 28, 2020

    TEMPS CLIMB INTO LOW 50S FRIDAY

    Temperatures will climb into the 60s Saturday and Sunday.

  • KC considers declaring pothole emergency By KMBC   -   Feb 27, 2020

    KC CONSIDERS DECLARING POTHOLE EMERGENCY

    Kansas City is considering declaring a pothole emergency. That means the city would consider devoting more people and money to help...

  • A 22-year-old grocery store bagger has won $70 million from a lottery ticket he bought at work By KMBC   -   Feb 27, 2020

    A 22-YEAR-OLD GROCERY STORE BAGGER HAS WON $70 MILLION FROM A LOTTERY TICKET HE BOUGHT AT WORK

    He plans to share the winnings with his closest relatives.

  • North Kansas City Schools prepare for possibility of coronavirus outbreak By KMBC   -   Feb 27, 2020

    NORTH KANSAS CITY SCHOOLS PREPARE FOR POSSIBILITY OF CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

    The school district has plans in place to effectively respond if the coronavirus spreads in the Kansas City area.

  • Plowboys Barbeque opens in old Fritz's Chili location By KMBC   -   Feb 27, 2020

    PLOWBOYS BARBEQUE OPENS IN OLD FRITZ'S CHILI LOCATION

    Plowboys decided to honor Fritz's Chili by participating in National Chili Day. Plowboys decided to honor Fritz's Chili by participating...

  • LoCain, Salvy reunited at spring training By KMBC   -   Feb 27, 2020

    LOCAIN, SALVY REUNITED AT SPRING TRAINING

    Cain spent seven seasons in Kansas City

  • RV fire snarls westbound I-70 at I-435 By KMBC   -   Feb 27, 2020

    RV FIRE SNARLS WESTBOUND I-70 AT I-435

    Stay with KMBC.com for updates

  • Missouri evaluates over 60 for coronavirus but none are ill By KMBC   -   Feb 27, 2020

    MISSOURI EVALUATES OVER 60 FOR CORONAVIRUS BUT NONE ARE ILL

    On Thursday, Missouri received federal approval for its state health lab to conduct its own tests for the coronavirus.

    Health
  • KMBC 9 Storytellers podcast takes you beyond the headlines By KMBC   -   Feb 27, 2020

    KMBC 9 STORYTELLERS PODCAST TAKES YOU BEYOND THE HEADLINES

    Subscribe and listen today!