British artist Andy Goldsworthy gave the PBS NewsHour team the chance to see one of his now famous “rain shadows” while filming with him in Kansas City, Missouri. Goldsworthy has, for decades, made art works using his body -- climbing…
By Lorna Baldwin
In our news wrap Tuesday, a federal court in Kansas City blocked a Missouri law that bans most abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy. The new statute had been scheduled to go into effect Tuesday, but the judge issued a…
Kansas faces a threat that its public schools won't open for the next school year after the state Supreme Court rejected some education funding changes made by the Republican-dominated Legislature.
By John Hanna, Associated Press
An accomplished Kansas musician known for her fiery style of fiddling recounts the special relationship she has with her 97-year-old fiddling mentor from Arkansas. The two discuss their life lessons learned from fiddling, the nuances of their individual sounds, and…
By PBS NewsHour
The Kansas City Royals’ meteoric rise from Midwestern underdog to American League champs has electrified its hometown. Tonight, before the faceoff with World Series veterans, the San Francisco Giants, Gwen Ifill speaks Mike Pesca of Slate and Hampton Stevens of…
By Anna Christiansen
San Francisco radio stations KOIT-FM and KFOG-FM have pledged to remove the signature chart-topping song "Royals" from their airwaves until the end of Major League Baseball's World Series.
Attorney General Eric Holder told hundreds of Kansas City, Kan. mourners Thursday that all Americans stood with their community after three people were killed at two Jewish facilities, in what local and federal authorities have called a hate crime.
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