A group of brain tumor survivors helps patients and families currently coping with a diagnosis through emotional and financial support.
A local band that travels across the country to entertain crowds has discovered there is a different kind of audience to play for here in Kansas City.
Debra O’Bryan is one of those people so full of bliss, she can hardly contain it. She was teaching yoga classes at a studio in Lee’s Summit when she came up with an idea to pursue her craft in the comfort of her own home.
A former police officer has found an unlikely calling -- helping felons transition back into society when they're released from prison.
Charles Porter, a local photographer and cardiologist, combines his medical and photography skills to help people all over the world.
Since opening its doors in 1980, the Midwest Ear Institute has been dedicated to helping people who are hearing-impaired communicate verbally through technology and research.
A new pledge was recently created in hopes of acts of kindness having a ripple effect for Kansas City.
Bob and June Rush, of Kansas City, Mo., retired two years ago. Since then, they have become devoted Red Cross volunteers. Now they’re inviting others to become volunteers.
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year at the Chase Candy Company.
Even seasoned volunteers, with years of experience responding to the worst natural …
The Staying Home Corporation in Harrisonville has been designing a collapsible "safe …
Even when the funding is there, getting FEMA approval to build a tornado safe room still …
Police are searching for a driver who hit a child early Wednesday evening in Kansas City,…