- In operation since 1880
- Winner of seven Pulitzer Prizes
- State-of-the-art printing
- Environmentally conscious
About This Deal
In addition to being a source of crucial information, newspapers can be unfolded across a coffee table to conceal almond butter stains or rolled into a handy bopping device to stun tarantulas. Get a steady supply of spider-boppers with today's deal: for $19, you get 26 Sunday issues of the Kansas City Star delivered to your home (within the metro five-county area) (a $76.96 value). Step into the ring with more than 700,000 other readers of the Sunday heavyweight edition of this 130-year-old institution, which has KO’d rival paper-pushers by receiving seven Pulitzer Prizes and a special citation for its reportage. See news and culture in stunning clarity hot off the Star's state-of-the-art KBA printing presses, which are so precise that they are used to print 90% of the world's currency. The Star is also working to preserve the planet on which it reports: its soy-based color inks are printed on recycled newsprint; it recycles more than 400 tons of newsprint, aluminum plates, and plastics every month; and its office carpets are sourced from recycled corn fiber, making them a perfect fast-food alternative on late-breaking-news nights.
About "Kansas City Star"
The Kansas City Star's hard-hitting journalism has netted eight Pulitzer Prizes over its distinguished 130-year history and expanded into cyberspace through its website, KansasCity.com. Fat Sunday editions, meanwhile, are glutted with rich content, including C.W. Gusewelle’s news column, a spread of color comics, and the ever-popular coupons and sales ads.
- 1931 Pulitzer Prize – A.B. MacDonald for articles about a murder in Amarillo, Texas
- 1933 Pulitzer Prize – Editorial Writing
- 1944 Pulitzer Prize – Henry Haskell for Editorial Writing
- 1952 Pulitzer Prize – Coverage of the Great Flood of 1951
- 1954 Pulitzer Prize – Alvin Scott McCoy's local reporting coverage that led to the resignation of C. Wesley Roberts as Republican National Chairman
- 1982 Pulitzer Prize – Local news reporting of the Hyatt Regency walkway collapse (along with the Kansas City Times)
- 1982 – Rick Atkinson (of the Kansas City Times) for national reporting for a series on the West Point Class of 1968
- 1992 Pulitzer Prize – National reporting by Jeff Taylor and Mike McGraw's critical examination of the U.S. Department of Agriculture