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Madison McMillen

City Editor, KCtoday

Madison McMillen is a journalist born and based in Kansas City. She has previously worked as Assistant Director of Photography for the Columbia Missourian and as a Digital Ambassador for the Courier-Tribune. She enjoys tasting her way through KC’s food scene and exploring Loose Park with her dog, Nelson.

You’d think it’s a Midwestern winter will all this ice in Kansas City.
We’re on the most Kansas City quest ever, except these epic proportions come with a side of baked beans and coleslaw.
Look no further for your diamond in the dust.
Already burned through your BookTok recs? Check out this list crafted by local indie bookstores.
The competition asked teams from across the Midwest to create their own skatepark from geometric blocks and film the final results.
The Game of Shrooms returns to the metro with 10 participating artists.
Crushing your summer reading list has never been so easy.
The holes in this story are meant to be there.
We’ve got a few tricks up our sleeve to make sharing the road a little less painful.
We’re handing you the keys to the first part of our newest real estate series unpacking the history of historic architecture styles found in Kansas City.
There’s a new vision for the College Metcalf Corridor that may utilize $1.35 million in public funds to make pedestrian and bicyclist traffic easier.
The curated outdoor arts exhibition is back for its 11th year of tasking local creatives with transforming everyday KC scenes.
After Monday’s win, there’s only one series left between us and the trophy.
It’s only fitting that the city where its creator got his start, is the first stop for an immersive experience celebrating 100 years of Disney.
Whether you’re interested in local news, music, sports, or history, there’s a Kansas City podcast for you.
You’re gonna want to make room for this spicy new sauce option created right here in KC.
Check out these 15 hiking trails catered to all skill levels in and around the Kansas City metro for outdoor adventures.
From public safety measures to community gardens, here are KCtoday readers’ top priorities when fostering pride in place.
A new round of funding means local neighborhood associations have a chance at $20,000 each for community projects.
Warm, cozy vibes incoming at the hometown company’s inaugural Hallmark Christmas Experience.
The Missouri Valley Special Collections is home to 1,000+ yearbooks from all over the metro, spanning the 1920s to 2000s.
It’s an AFC Championship rematch coming to Arrowhead on Thursday, Sept. 5.
We’ve got an itinerary as unique as the mother figure in your life.
Get your happy hour on at these local KC businesses.
We’re celebrating the hometown president’s 140th birthday with a peek at his true crime connections.
Stick to the big three (weather, sports, roads), and you’ll do just fine.
This state line rivalry was more-or-less laid to rest in 2012, but a new contest is taking place between KU + Mizzou: Who’s got the shiniest new stadium?
Our city’s most historic cultural export is playing full swing on Tuesday, April 30.
These users might be anonymous, but their tips — talking I-435, Gates BBQ, and grocery stores during Chiefs games — are definitely local.