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Ball python discovered on mailbox at Overland Park home
A Ball Python was found my a mailman and called Animal Control. The poor resident did not receive their mail today (obviously). The@OPPD_PIOis trying to talk the Animal Control Officers to put the snake under the@OPPD_Chiefdesk, but they won't.pic.twitter.com/YqahoO2pVn— Overland Park Police (@Overl
70-year-old man charged with sexually abusing children at Johnson County day care
A 70-year-old Johnson County man has been charged with sexually molesting five children under the age of 14 at a day care operated by a family member.Lennie O. Amlin Jr., of Spring Hill, was booked into the Johnson County jail Thursday and is being held on a bond of $250,000.He is charged in Johnson
Overland Park police arrest massive snake
KANSAS CITY, Mo. --A United States Postal Service worker discovered a massive snake Friday while delivering the mail in Overland Park, Kansas.
Man admits to flashing at multiple Olathe restaurants
KANSAS CITY, Mo. –An Olathe, Kansas mancharged last monthfor exposing himself at an area McDonalds told police he’s done it before.
Evening news briefing from CNN
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Motel 6 homicide victim’s body riddled with bullet holes; Lawrence hotel room left a shambles, bloody
Lawrence Police Department officers investigate a fatal Saturday night shooting at Motel 6 in North Lawrence, Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017.
Temporary office will offer limited driver's license services in Johnson County
KANSAS CITY, Mo.— As construction continues onthe third Johnson County driver’s license office,a temporary space at the same location will offer limited driver’s license services beginning next week.
Driver killed in wrong-way crash on I-435 identified
LENEXA, Kan. -- A wrong-way driver died following a crash involving multiple vehicles early Wednesday morning. Tyler Burrows, 29, of Lenexa was parked on a shoulder facing north, and for reasons unknown, drove into oncoming southbound traffic and died in the head-on collision according to a crash re
Kansas Highway Patrol gives details about I-435 wrong-way crash, identifies driver killed
“We have one vehicle that was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes strike another truck tractor pulling double trailers,” said Lt. Jason Wohlgemuth, with the Kansas Highway Patrol.
Morning news briefing from CNN
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Department of Revenue says new Johnson County driver's license station will start offering 'limited services' next week
The temporary space is located adjacent to the Department of Revenue Taxpayer Assistance Center at 7600 West 119th Street, Suite A Overland Park, Kan. The temporary office can accommodate five driver’s license examiners who will process all credential transactions except for on the road drive testin
Fatal crash shuts down I-435 in Lenexa
⚠️⚠️Highway closure. I-435 Hwy is closed between 87th St and Midland due to a serious crash. Northbound I-435 must exit at 87th St. Southbound I-435 must exit at Midland. This will remain closed for a few hours, affecting morning rush hour traffic.— Lenexa Police (@LenexaPolice)August 15, 2018
2 bodies found in woods identified as missing Grandview men
KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Thetwo men found deadin the woods off Raytown Road have been identified as Michael Brewer and Keith Wasmer, who have been missing since August 6.
Mailman greeted by Ball Python at Overland Park home
A Ball Python was found my a mailman and called Animal Control. The poor resident did not receive their mail today (obviously). The@OPPD_PIOis trying to talk the Animal Control Officers to put the snake under the@OPPD_Chiefdesk, but they won’t.pic.twitter.com/YqahoO2pVn— Overland Park Police (@Overl
An Overland Park institution where you can build your own chili bowl is closing
For more than 50 years, a strip center spot in Overland Park has been dishing up plates of thick, meaty chili and not much else.
Affidavit: Mother told police she drove into river to kill herself and her 2 children ‘because she didn’t want anyone else to have them’
In a chilling police interview, a Columbia, Mo., woman described the decision-making process she went through before driving herself and her two children into the Kansas River in an effort to kill them all.
More witnesses drop out of state’s lineup in Motel 6 murder case; shooting victim takes Fifth at last moment
Defendants Tyrone Carvin, front, Shawn Smith, back left, and Ramone Singleton, back right, listen to testimony on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018 in Division II courtroom of the Douglas County Courthouse. The three defendants are charged with the murder of Cameron Hooks and other crimes in connection with
Miami County provisional ballots reviewed during canvass Tuesday
Miami County election officials gathered Tuesday morning, just like others are doing across the state of Kansas, to conduct the canvass of votes and review provisional ballots from the Aug. 7 primary election. The ballots could help determine the winner in the still too-close-to-call race to be the
2 bodies found in woods off Raytown Road
KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Two bodies were found in woods off Raytown Road Wednesday.According to the Kansas City Police Department, officers were sent to the 12500 block of Raytown Road. Someone told police there were two bodies in the woods and led officers there.Homicide detectives and crime scene technic
80-year-old passenger arrested at Richmond International Airport with loaded gun in carry-on
On Wednesday morning, the passenger was attempting to go through the Concourse A security screening when the .25-caliber Beretta was discovered in a carry-on bag. The gun was loaded with a magazine, but had no round in the chamber, according to Troy M. Bell, airport spokesman.