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Before we get rolling here we want to send a huge shout-out to Jonathan Tasler of Jonathan Tasler Photography. Tasler is a Kansas City photographer. We follow him online and have been impressed with his work. We were getting a little bored with the same logo for this post everyday, and we thought it would be great to feature a local artist who has more talent than we do with a camera. For more information about his work you can follow him on Facebook by clicking HERE, on Twitter by clicking HERE, and visit his website at tasler.smugmug.com.
Over 12,000 views on Facebook. It’s worth a look!
The Kansas City Metro Squad and the Riverside Police Department are looking for two men they say they want to talk to about Tuesday’s homicide. Police said they want to sit down and talk with Jordan Wilson and Leandre Boyd, who goes by “Dre” Boyd.
Hello, chicken, bye-bye mall based ladies clothing brick-and-mortar store.
Shopping and buying new clothes is fun for me! So I found a way to do it while sticking to my budget. It was a challenge at times, but at the end of the year, I feel good about the economical and ecological advantages of my pre-worn wardrobe. Plus, I feel good in items that look great and fit well.
22 companies with local offices made the cut, based on wellness programming and benefits.
Nearly a dozen neighbors living in a Gladstone neighborhood met with 41 Action News Friday to describe how severely poor their mail service has been in recent months.
Program helps bridge the gap between incarcerated parents and their kids
Increased transparency for items on the agenda at county commission meetings is a topic already being addressed by the new Platte County Commission.