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Kansas Airport Crews Start to Begin Working to Recover Victims

Kansas Airport Crews Start to Begin Working to Recover Victims

Kansas airport crews have started to begin working on Friday to recover victims of the small Kansas plane that hit a Flight Safety building at the Wichita Airport Thursday. It struck the top of the flight center after its engine lost power during takeoff on Thursday. It had been reported that four people were killed […]

Kansas City Royals Lose Game 7 to the San Francisco Giants

Kansas City Royals Lose Game 7 to the San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants have beaten the Kansas City Royals and won game 7, making this their third championship victory in the last five years. Madison Bumgarner took to the plate in the fifth inning looking refreshed, having rested for a few days since his shutout in game 5. When Bumgarner began pitching it was […]

King Tut Exhibit Recreates Ancient Tomb at Union Station Kansas City

King Tut Exhibit Recreates Ancient Tomb at Union Station Kansas City

The Discovery of King Tut is currently on display at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri. Egyptologists and skilled craftsmen worked together to depict the exploration and contents of the burial site of Tutankhamun through a combination of film footage, text, and more than 1,000 artifact reproductions. The King Tut exhibit recreates the discovery and […]

Chimpanzees Jailbreak Kansas City Zoo

Chimpanzees Jailbreak Kansas City Zoo

Seven chimpanzees at the Kansas City Zoo performed a jailbreak that would make Escape from Alcatraz star, Clint Eastwood, proud. The gang of chimps plotted together to come up with a fool-proof plan to get out of their enclosure by utilizing a tree branch that measured six feet in length. Once the staff was made aware […]

Kansas City Museum Connection to Monuments Men

Kansas City Museum Connection to Monuments Men

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, will open a new exhibit Feb. 5 dedicated to the work of volunteers known as the Monuments Men. This group of over 300 men and women from 13 nations saved priceless works of art during World War II that had been stolen by the Nazis. Six […]

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