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Japan Recovery Effort Has KC Connections

Many people with Kansas City connections are part of the effort helping Japan recover from the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami. Full story

Lawn Mower Repair Business Is Booming

Owners of lawn mower repair businesses are seeing green, with some reporting waits of several days before customers can pick up their mowers. Full story

Police Seek $100,000 Copper Thieves

Kansas City, Mo., police are trying to find out who took about $100,000 in copper and other goods from a business. Full story

KC Woman Wins $200K In Powerball Drawing

A Kansas City woman wins $200,000 in the Powerball drawing on April 16, according to the Missouri Lottery. Full story

Murder Charge Filed In Northland Slaying

Kansas City police are investigating the death of a Northland woman. Full story

3 Injured In Crash When Van Runs Red Light

Kansas City, Mo., police said three people were injured Thursday night after a van ran a red light and collided with an SUV. Full story

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Man Injured In Shooting At KC Apartment

Gunshot Victim Pulled From Burning Car Dies

Man In Custody After Struggle With Trooper

Mo. lawmakers deal setback to high-speed rail plan

2 longtime charter schools to close in Kansas City

St. Louis, Kansas City buck anti-tax trend

Missouri House approves manufacturing tax break

St. Louis, Kansas City say yes to e-tax

Single-sex lunches benefit U.S. school children

Some Carnival cruisers still awaiting refund


  Midwest braces for more snowfall

NBC's Bill Karins takes a look at the nation's forecast and whether he expects snow to hit the Midwest.

  Midwest braces for major winter storm

Yet another major winter wallop is heading towards the nation’s heartland, bringing more ice and snow. TODAY’s Al Roker tracks the storm.

  Freed inmate refuses to pay portion of settlement

Anne Danaher is suing a former inmate she helped release after the inmate refused to pay her a portion of his $7 million lawsuit as they allegedly agreed upon.

  Reviving a neighborhood with brush strokes

A downtrodden warehouse district in Miami, is in the midst of a curious transformation. As NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports, artists are turning ugly into trendy and, in the process, luring crowds.

  TSA battles image problem over body scanner

At least two passenger rights groups have called for travelers to opt out of the TSA's new security screening methods during the Thanksgiving travel rush. NBC's Tom Costello reports.

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