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Belton police identify victim in deadly weekend shooting
BELTON, Mo. — The Belton Police Department has identified the victim in a shooting that occurred Saturday morning in the 300 block of Grand Street. Police said Jeremy Kitscher, 40, of Belton was identified as the victim and the case is being investigated as a homicide.
Car autopsy planned in crash that killed Blue Valley girl walking home from school
Police are awaiting the results of a car autopsy, among other reports, before they complete their investigation into the death of a Blue Valley middle school girl killed when she was struck by an out-of-control car in Overland Park.
Green Clean Designs takes used office furniture and makes them trendy
Niki McDowell opened her Grandview showroom in May 2018. Photo by Jill Draper. Green Clean Designs turns used office furnitures into trendy pieces. When a business relocates or shuts down or undertakes a big remodeling project, where do all the cubicles go? And the conference tables and the office c
Frank Clark traded to Kansas City Chiefs for first round pick
The Kansas City Chiefs have acquired defensive end Frank Clark to address their pass rushing needs, according to Ian Rapoport. Seattle placed the franchise tag on Frank Clark this offseason, and is seeking a first round pick to trade him. Kansas City, meanwhile, lost both of their top edge rushers a
Missouri man with 'body count' tattoo charged in deadly shooting
A Missouri man facing multiple charges in connection to a deadly shooting last month allegedly claimed to have kept a mark to memorialize his murders that anyone could see -- a "body count" tattoo on his face.
New lawsuit filed against Jackson County over hiking and biking trail
LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. — Three more landowners have filed a new lawsuit against Jackson County over a hiking and biking trail. They join six other landowners who also have a pending suit against the county, claiming property obtained for the Rock Island Rail Corridor Recreational Trail should either be r
Frank Clark to Chiefs: Grade, reaction and more
On Tuesday, Kansas City completed a trade to acquire star pass rusher Frank Clark from the Seattle Seahawks for a first and second round pick, who won?. The Kansas City Chiefs agreed to trade their 2019 first-round pick (No. 29 overall) and a 2020 second-round pick to the Seattle Seahawks for defens
Cherryvale Police investigate burglary, theft at Grandview Products
CHERRYVALE, Kan. - The Cherryvale Police Department is asking the public for information about a commercial burglary and theft. On Monday, April 15th, 2019 around 6:48 am, officers took a report of burglary and theft at Grandview Products. Authorities say the crime happened sometime over the weekend
Kansas City police ask for help finding missing man who needs medical treatment
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police want the public to be on the lookout for a man who checked himself out of a hospital against medical advice who is now missing. Robert S. Gregory, 61, was last seen on April 15 near the area of Linwood and Hardesty. That area is close to the Kansas City VA Medical Center, b
Kansas man facing charges after police say he punched toddler in the face
OLATHE, KS (KCTV) – A Johnson County man is facing multiple charges after police say he punched a 1-year-old in the face last month. Court records show 32-year-old Christopher Michael Moise of Olathe was charged with aggravated child endangerment, domestic battery and possessing drug paraphernalia f
These firefighters pushed a veteran home when his electric wheelchair died
Three firefighters went the extra mile, literally, to assist a veteran in need. When a Raytown, Missouri man's electric wheelchair became stuck in soft ground by a nearby pond he was fishing at, the local fire department was called.
Man mistaken for Uber driver pleads no contest to raping woman in Johnson County
A 45-year-old man who claimed to be an Uber driver will be sentenced after pleading no contest to charges he kidnapped and raped a woman in 2016 in Overland Park. Dereje Gebremariam, of Kansas City, picked up the woman and her male friend Aug. 7, 2016, at the Power & Light District in downtown Kansa
Kansas City businessman, H&R Block co-founder Henry Bloch dies at 96
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV/AP) -- Tax preparer H&R Block says its co-founder, Henry Bloch, has died at the age of 96. The company says he died of natural causes Tuesday at St. Luke's Hospice in Kansas City.
Wild turkey caught in River Market
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A wild turkey took a stroll through the River Market Tuesday morning before animal control officers picked up the confused bird. They found it near 2nd and Wyandotte around 9 a.m. after receiving reports from the mayor’s office.
St. Joseph man sentenced to 10 years for illegal firearm
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.)— A St. Joseph, Mo., man has been sentenced in federal court for illegally possessing a firearm following an 11-hour standoff with law enforcement officers.
Ambitious Pro-Life Bill Moving Through Missouri Senate
The Missouri House passed HB 126, also known as “Missouri Stands for the Unborn Act,” by a vote of 117 to 39 on Wednesday, Feb. 27. The bill was passed by all house republicans and three democrats. HB 126 was sponsored in the house by Missouri Representative Nick Schrorer (R-107, O’Fallon).
Man pleads guilty in connection to Kansas City triple-shooting that killed Chinese citizen
KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) --- A man has pleaded guilty in connection to a triple-shooting that resulted in the death of a Chinese citizen. Curtrail Hudson, 18, pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree murder, two counts of assault, unlawful use of a weapon and four counts of criminal action.
Report: Driver says brakes failed before he killed teen
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) - A 70-year-old driver told investigators that his brakes failed before his car careened onto a suburban Kansas City sidewalk where it struck and killed a 14-year-old girl and narrowly missed three other children.
Downtown Kansas City Tragedy: Transit Activist Jared Miller Struck By Semi-truck & Killed Walking Across Interstate
Recently, we noticed Kansas City's professional community still reeling from a recent loss that defies logical explanation. Some of his friends have decried local news coverage but the death of this otherwise brilliant, young man is odd given that he seemed way to smart to try and cross in the middl
Fires at Missouri city hall, police station, ex-mayor's home have some suspecting cover-up, others hate crime
Shortly after Tyus Byrd ended her tenure as mayor and swore in a new leader for Parma, Missouri -- the politician who had bested Byrd in the election -- fires broke out at Byrd's home, the city's police station and city hall.