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A couple from Kansas City lost everything in the California wildfires. ... [Read More]
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After Missouri voters legalized medical marijuana last week, drug addiction treatment centers in the Kansas City area are weighing how they will respond. [Read More]
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Edgar Galicia and his cousins planned a blowout party in Mexico City for Monday night's Kansas City Chiefs game against the Los Angeles Rams. [Read More]
There are no safe gun storage laws in Missouri, which leaves one Kansas City family feeling hopeless and the Jackson County prosecutor with limited recourses. ... [Read More]
A hit and run driver is on the loose after stealing a converted ambulance and killing a man in a crash. [Read More]
The UG of Wyandotte County and KCK is getting ready to roll out a new registry that will help officials track down negligent property owners.... [Read More]
Parents are raising concerns with a newly proposed development right next to Morse Elementary at 151st St and Quivira. [Read More]
Desirea Ferris went missing 500 days ago today and her family is still left without answers. [Read More]
Scammers frequently target new homeowners, but their tactics are easy to see through. This is what you need to look out for. ... [Read More]
The family of a woman who died in a car crash on Thursday said the intersection where she was killed should be safer. [Read More]
Videos recorded Saturday night showing officers breaking up a fight in Westport has sparked debate. Did the Kansas City, Missouri, police officer go too far... [Read More]
Jack, a 7-month-old baby who spent most of his life hospitalized in St. Louis, recently returned home to Kansas City after receiving a heart-lung transplant. He... [Read More]
The developer of the long-awaited Mission Gateway project is asking the Mission City Council for a delay in the sales tax collection until 2020, saying... [Read More]
Many residents in KCK say they've noticed sharp increases in their water fees, and say they can't possibly be using as much water as their... [Read More]
The man who allegedly dismembered his wife's body and put her in two coolers said Tuesday in court he did it because it was something... [Read More]
The man who allegedly dismembered his wife's body and put her in two coolers said Tuesday in court he did it because it was something... [Read More]
The man who allegedly dismembered his wife's body and put her in two coolers said Tuesday in court he did it because it was something... [Read More]
A Turning Point, which partners with Harvesters to supply its food pantry, is helping those who've fallen on hard times in the Northland. [Read More]
Missouri State Rep. Brandon Ellington was denied access into Crossroads Correctional Center to address issues post-riot, which violates a state statute. ... [Read More]
After years of talk, it seems the ball is finally rolling to address downtown's food desert. [Read More]
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