Top Kansas City news: KC doctor treats allergies with peanut dust; storm damages art installation

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Kansas City.

Power and Light District invites US Women’s National Team to celebrate in Kansas City

“We will supply the BBQ and party people. You guys bring the squad the trophy. Deal?”

Read the full story on KMBC.

‘Get your peanut dust’: Doc prescribes tiny doses over months to treat peanut allergies

This oral immunotherapy treatment isn’t a cure, but doctors say these tiny exposures may help to reduce or prevent severe reactions – although some critics are warning families to consider the risks. 

Read the full story on KCUR.

Art installation in Kansas City damaged by storm

An art installation on display at Kansas City's Union Station was damaged in a storm that also left thousands without power.  

Read the full story on MySanAntonio.

Kansas City police investigating shooting that left man with life-threatening injuries

It happened near East 17th and and Oakland Avenue on the city's far east side. 

Read the full story on Fox 4 Kansas City.

Man pulls gun on Kansas City taxi driver after he’s told how much he owes

Video evidence taken from within the taxi shows the taxi driver outside of the car on the phone describing the man while the robber is inside.

Read the full story on Fox 4 Kansas City.

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