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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.

Check out this list of local spots to host your special event.
You’ve already heard about its anchor attraction, Mattel Adventure Park — now get ready for dining, retail, and resort plans for the 180-acre plot.
It’s dog-gone paradise for pet owners in the metro, according to a recent study by Forbes Advisor.
Have you ever wondered about the history behind the antique treasures at West Bottoms warehouses? Here are the stories of five Kansas City picks.
The real life discussion reached a new level online. Let’s see what KCtoday’s Instagram followers had to say after the election announcement.
You won’t have another chance to party it up under a partially covered sun until 2044.
Jackson County taxpayers made their voices heard regarding the 3/8-cent sales tax extension required to fund parts of a new downtown ballpark + Arrowhead renovations.
For the second time ever, the Kansas City Mavericks iced out the competition for a division title on the road to the Kelly Cup.
Bunnies are the third most popular pet in the United States, but resources for these pet parents are often hard to come by... until now.
Great weather and a holiday weekend mean our calendars are seriously hopping.
It’s a pretty special special election for Jackson County voters. See what measures made it to the ballot + how to ensure your voice gets heard.
Mattel Adventure Park Kansas City is bringing classic faves — including Hot Wheels, Thomas & Friends, Barbie, and Uno — to the metro in 2026.
Cracking the code to urban farming.
From fruit stand to drug store empire, the Katz family was a titan in 20th century Kansas City.
Picture an ‘80s soap opera interior, Kansas City-style.
The KC Current are taking the teal wave to the world’s first purpose-built women’s sports stadium on Saturday, March 16. Find everything from public transit tips to halftime concessions in this home opener primer.
Here’s what you need to know to cast your vote on Tuesday, March 19.
Nothing stays forever... but sometimes we sure wish it did. We’re asking you to dish on defunct metro dives they wish they could step foot in once again.
The latest winners of the “Made for KC BBQ Championship” smoked the competition for a cash prize + a one-year lease at KCI’s exclusive barbecue experience.
New private clubhouses, grab-and-go markets, and an entertainment-centered turf-covered tailgate zone are just a few of the Red Kingdom renos on the docket.
We like to wear our KC Hearts on our sleeve.
For the first time ever, an art institution in Missouri is honored as a top producer for the prestigious scholarly program.
The proposed plan is no homerun with locals. See what impact the park could have on Kansas City’s bustling arts district.
Yes, it’s still a toll road. No, there’s no tollbooths. Here’s what you need to know before the state makes the big switch.
From lifting weights, personal training, dance fitness, and aerial silks — we’ve rounded up 25+ gyms and fitness offerings around Kansas City.
Perfect spot or downright disaster? Our readers let us know how they’d vote this April.
As our community recovers from a crisis, here’s how to be one of the helpers.
MLB team announces plans to plant a new stadium in the heart of the city.
Our readers found the most romantic places.
This Super Bowl victory parade is the most expensive yet. Step out in support of your favorite team with some new Red Kingdom merch.