Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Kansas City.
Victory parade planning already underway by police department
The Kansas City Police Department doesn’t want to jinx it, but preparations for a post-Super Bowl victory parade are already well underway.
Read the full story on KMBC.
Psychiatric museum exhibit builds momentum for comeback of Kansas City artist Arthur Kraft
The posthumous resurgence of interest in Kansas City artist Arthur Kraft, who died in 1977, continues to gain momentum. This year, fans of Kraft's work have new reasons to celebrate with the opening of an exhibit exploring a dark time in Kraft's life and a major mural restoration.
Read the full story on KCUR.
Native American journalist takes issue with Chiefs on Twitter
Journalist Vincent Schilling is speaking out against the Kansas City Chiefs' use of Native American mascots and imagery.
Read the full story on DCW50.
Man faces murder charges in death of man walking his dog
A Kansas City man is facing murder charges connected to the November killing of 51-year-old Ricardo Ortiz. Prosecutors on Tuesday charged 25-year-old Malcolm P. Weston with second-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon, two counts of armed criminal action and first-degree property damage.
Read the full story on Fox 4 Kansas City.
Former Walmart CEO and Royals owner David Glass dies at 84
The Glass family said the businessman died Jan. 9. He had been dealing with health issues for some time.
Read the full story on Business Insider.
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