When is the last time the Chiefs went to a Super Bowl? You know this answer: 2020. The Chiefs played in Super Bowl 54 in February 2020, beating the 49ers thanks to a comeback led by Patrick Mahomes. It was the third appearance in the big game in franchise history but the first since 1970.Jan…
Wichita Since 2013 several different websites using FBI data have ranked Wichita high on the list for most dangerous cities in Kansas. The latest report from 2015 puts Wichita at number one with 30 murders, almost 800 robberies and more than 3,000 aggravated assaults.
The report also said that Wichita is the city in Kansas with the highest property crime rate. It said for every 1,000 Wichitans, there are 53.21 incidents of property crime. Wichita is the state’s largest city, which means a relatively high property crime rate is not a result of a small population.Aug 4, 2021
With a cost of living 2.5 percent below the national average, from groceries to gas, utilities and housing, Kansas City is one of the most affordable cities in the Midwest. Cost of living indices are based on a U.S. average of 100. An amount below 100 means Kansas City, Missouri is cheaper than the U.S….
Kansas City, Mo., was incorporated in 1853, eight years before Kansas became the 34th state. The Missouri city took its name from the Kansas River — which was inspired by the Kanza People, Native Americans of the Kaw Nation — and was originally called the City of Kansas. It became Kansas City in 1889.Feb 4,…
Kansas City (abbreviated KC or KCMO) is the largest city in Missouri by population and area. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city had a population of 508,090 in 2020, and was the 36th most-populous city in the United States as of the 2020 estimate census.
In terms of quality of life, a U.S. News and World Report report ranked Kansas and Missouri towards the top. Kansas ranked 16th overall, scoring high marks for community engagement and urban air quality, with pollution health risks and drinking water quality ranking worse than average.Aug 15, 2020
World-famous for its steaks and barbecue, it is sometimes called the “Barbecue Capital.” The city’s legacy in jazz history can be explored in the Historic Jazz District, which was once filled with the sounds of jazz icons like Charlie “Bird” Parker and Big Joe Turner.Mar 29, 2021
With a crime rate of 53 per one thousand residents, Kansas City has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes – from the smallest towns to the very largest cities. One’s chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 19.
KCK is basically an industrial, blue collar suburb of “KC” or KC,MO. KCK only has about 130-140,000 residents, the entire county has about 150k while KCMO has about 475,000 residents (some say it’s over 500k now). When you think “KC” or you hear about KC, it’s usually KCMO.Feb 3, 2010
Today Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, remain two separately incorporated cities but together, along with a number of other cities and suburbs, as part of the Kansas City Metropolitan area. 1961 map of the Greater Kansas City area showing the city’s expansion outward from the Missouri and Kansas rivers.