MULTIMEDIA

July 3, 2017. Commercial photographer Jeff Schotland uses a technique developed in 1851 called wet plate collodion to create images that will last generations. Schotland describes the process as he shoots portraits from his North Kansas City studio June 20.

 

Police turn out in force Saturday, May 4, 2017, to the lemonade stand of a KC 3-year-old who wanted to earn money for a police uniform and dreams of becoming a cop.

Three-year-old Hannah Pasley of Kansas City, North, dreams of becoming a police officer when she grows up. Hannah sold lemonade over the weekend to earn money to buy herself a police uniform - and succeeded. After officers from various law enforcement agencies heard about Hannah, they stopped by to buy lemonade and meet her Saturday.

Three-year-old Hannah Pasley of Kansas City, North, dreams of becoming a police officer when she grows up. Hannah sold lemonade over the weekend to earn money to buy herself a police uniform – and succeeded. After officers from various law enforcement agencies heard about Hannah, they stopped by to buy lemonade and meet her Saturday.

Displaced family near Carthage describes loss

Spring River flooding Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015, displaced William Stanley and his extended family from their trailer homes in Carthage, Missouri, an unincorporated community in Jasper County.   By Tuesday, the water had receded enough for family members to come back and take stock of their situation.