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Olathe is a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri, and was founded by Dr. John T. Barton in the spring of 1857. He later described his ride to friends: "...the prairie was covered with verbena and other wild flowers. I kept thinking the land was beautiful and that I should name the town Beautiful. " Purportedly, Barton asked a Shawnee interpreter how to say "Beautiful" in his native language. The interpreter responded, "Olathe. "

Population: 118034
Local Newspapers: The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB) Kansas City Wizards (Major League Soccer)
Local Colleges: MidAmerica Nazarene University

Zip Codes associated with olathe, kansas: 66006 66061 66062
Towns/Cities near olathe, kansas : Gardner Spring Hill Lenexa Overland Park Shawnee Edwardsville Kansas City

Olathe News
Kansas mom charged after poisoning her three children

Kindhearted teacher and mom-of-four, 49, is stabbed to death and left to rot in her apartment for SIX DAYS 'by a homeless man she befriended outside her home and was trying to help' YouTube finally removes conspiracy theorist video which claims Florida shooting survivor, 17, is a paid crisis ACTOR after it becomes the number one trending clip on the site 'Both kids are not students': Florida lawmaker's aide is fired over shocking claims that two outspoken Parkland shooting survivors are 'ACTORS' How To Get Away With Murder star Karla Souza reveals she was raped by a director in Mexico but refuses to name him 'Why didn't Obama do something?' Trump bashes his predecessor and says Mueller should be investigating HIM over Russia's election meddling 'America's Pastor' Billy Graham dies aged 99 after a lifetime serving as a spiritual leader to millions and as White House adviser who has prayed ... (more)

New Village Cooperative Senior Housing Coming To Olathe, KS

OLATHE, Kan., Feb. 21: On Tuesday, February 13th , 2018, Real Estate Equities Development, LLC announced plans for its newest Village Cooperative community, which will be the first owner-occupied senior housing cooperative in Olathe, KS. Senior cooperative housing communities originally began in Minnesota in the 1970s and have had a successful track record with over 120 communities, primarily in the Midwest.

JoCo mom awaits possible murder charges

Flood Warning issued February 20 at 5:49PM CST expiring February 22 at 12:00PM CST in effect for: Johnson, Pettis Flood Warning issued February 20 at 5:27PM CST expiring February 22 at 10:00PM CST in effect for: Cass, Henry, Johnson OLATHE, Kan . A woman remained in the Johnson County, Kansas, jail Tuesday afternoon awaiting charges in the attempted murder of her three children, all under the age of 10. On Monday night, Olathe Police went to an apartment in the 1700 block of N. Lennox St. on a medical call.

Here's how the 1918 flu spread from Kansas to worldwide

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer speaks at a pro-life prayer breakfast in favor of a proposed amendment to ensure the Kansas Constitution doesn't protect a woman's right to have an abortion. Human trafficking is one of the largest criminal industries in the world.

Courthouse, 'dark store theory' Edgerton council topics

Rick Poppitz Special to The Gardner News The Edgerton city council meeting on Feb. 8 began with an update on county business from the District 6 county commissioner and was followed by consideration of four business agreements and contracts. Brown on courthouse Mike Brown, District 6 county commissioner, spoke to the council at the start of the meeting to give an update on county activity, including courthouse construction, the May opening of Big Bull Creek Park, rural road improvements, and efforts to expand the transit system serving New Century Air Center in Olathe and the Logistics Park Intermodal facility in Edgerton.

Man sentenced to 41 years in Kansas deputya s abduction, rape

A man has been sentenced to 41 years and three months in prison for kidnapping and raping a suburban Kansas City sheriff's deputy with the help of another man. The Kansas City Star reports that 26-year-old William Luth, of Blue Springs, Missouri, was sentenced Thursday after the prosecutor read a statement from the deputy in which she described "two hours of hell."

Sheriff's office says former deputy was charged with evidence tampering

A video released by the Olathe Fire Dept. shows firefighters rescue, Willow, a 3-year-old Wheaton Terrier from a frozen pond.

Olathe HS bike club in need of funding

When it comes to bikes, there's a certain kind of love Olathe North High School students in the Hispanic Leadership Council's Low Riders Club have for them. The group designs their own custom low rider bikes.

Frustrated with KanCare, advocates ask for different system for some disabled Kansans

Parents and advocates long frustrated by the treatment people with intellectual and developmental disabilities get under Kansas' privatized Medicaid system, KanCare, pushed lawmakers Friday to remove those beneficiaries from the program. Parents and caretakers have long complained that KanCare, which provides coverage through three private insurers, creates hurdles for families and their disabled love ones who need long-term support services, like help with dressing, bathing, transportation and employment.

Watch Olathe firefighters rescue a dog stranded on a frozen pond

Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Ben Gardner explains how to use entrance ramps in a viral Facebook video. The video has gotten more than a million views.

HaysMed launches needs assessment

During the next three months, HaysMed, part of the University of Kansas Health System, will be working with other community providers to update the 2015 Ellis County KS Community Health Needs Assessment. ACA legislation requires all tax-exempt hospitals to submit a CHNA to the IRS every three years, regardless of hospital affiliation.

Police seek publica s help in finding answers for murder of pregnant Manhattan woman

Police in Olathe are requesting the public's help with any information relating to the killing of Ashley Harlan and her unborn child. Friends say the former Manhattan resident, whose death is being investigated as a homicide, had expected to learn the gender of her baby on the day she died.

Kansas City Cold Tuesday First Look

Once again we start this Tuesday morning with tribute to Tessa hotness that still ranks among the best and brightest rising stars of Instagram AND inspires this morning spurt of important Kansas City news items. Take a peek: Light snow continued to fall Monday as crews on both sides of the Kansas and Missouri border worked to clear streets.

House members weigh age requirements after teens run for governor

Six teenagers' entrance into the race for Kansas governor has spurred action from lawmakers who would like to see only adults run for executive office. Current Kansas law doesn't impose a minimum age requirement on candidates for statewide office.

Olathe Health opens $2.2M clinic

Olathe Health Physicians Inc. opened its $2.2 million Hedge Lane clinic. The 9,400-square-foot clinic at 2090 W. Dartmouth St. includes facilities for primary care, radiology, X-ray and lab services.

Public invited to courthouse meetings

Johnson County will hold two public meetings, Feb. 6 and 7, for residents to see early concepts for the new county courthouse. Come Feb. 6 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the County Administration building at 111 S. Cherry St. in Olathe or Feb 7 for a second offering from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Arts & Heritage Center located at 8788 Metcalf Avenue in Overland Park.

Pregnant 23-year-old woman murdered on day she was to learn sex of baby

The crime tape is still up around the Kansas home where a woman was found dead - a sight that neighbors say they never thought they'd see in their community. "It's very quiet," neighbor Ruthie Halvorson told WDAF .

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