Open Missouri is a project of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism in Columbia that aims to make state and local government data more available to citizens and journalists.
"Deep Blue Data is a repository offered by the University of Michigan Library that provides access and preservation services for digital research data that were developed or used in the support of research activities at U-M."
Google Dataset Search is a search engine from Google that helps researchers locate online data that is freely available for use. The company launched the service on September 5, 2018, and stated that the product was targeted at scientists and data journalists.
The Magazine of Early American Datasets (MEAD) is an online repository of datasets compiled by historians of early North America. MEAD preserves and makes available these datasets in their original format and as comma-separated-value files (.csv). Each body of data is also accompanied by a codebook.
"The City of Kansas City has a wealth of information available for any citizen, business, or organization to use. Through a partnership with Rockhurst University's Helzberg MBA program, Kansas City is working to bring this information easily accessible for all." This page also provides a link to http://www.allourideas.org/kcmo, which is a survey about open data sharing preferences for the next app.
Big Data is a nationwide festival that hosts Data Conferences to celebrate the impact of data, including open data. Kansas City hosts a branch of this conference, and the Twitter page keeps followers involved during the conference and provides additional resources after.