The city of "Kansas City" is divided in about half by the states of Kansas and Missouri. Some maps show two cities (two dots) on either side of the state's borders. The US Postal service provides zip codes for Kansas City KS and Kansas City MO. The capitol of Kansas is Topeka. Since a city is always a corporation, of sorts, of a State, the best way to know which State Kansas City belongs to is to call the executive office in Kansas City and ask which State they have legal allegience to. I spoke to someone on line who was in Kansas City and she said there are two Kansas Cities, one in Kansas and one in Missouri. They both have a "city hall". This setup may be a lot like St. Louis. So the answer is there are two Kansas Cities, one in Kansas and one in Missouri and they are physically divided by the state border.
The are two US states that has Kansas City. Kansas state has Kansas City which is also called KCK to differ it from Kansas City of Missouri.
no state calls kansas city its capital city
both! Kansas City, Missouri .... Kansas, USA.
There is a Kansas City in Missouri and Kansas.
Kansas City, Kansas
Kansas There is no state that has Kansas City as a capitol.
Kansas City is not the capitol of any state. In general, when people refer to Kansas City, they are referring to the metropolitan area that spans two states - Kansas and Missouri. There is a Kansas City, Kansas and a Kansas City, Missouri.
None....Kansas City is not a state capital, it is just a city.There is a Kansas City in both Kansas and Missouri. The capital of Kansas is Topeka and Missouri is Jefferson City
kansas city is not a state capital. topekas is the capital of kansas and Jefferson city is the capital of Missouri
Kansas City is not the capitol of any state.
Topeka is the capital city of Kansas