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Kansas shoe store employee no longer has job after MAGA hat dispute

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) - An employee of a Vans Off the Wall footwear and apparel store in a suburban Kansas City shopping mall no longer has a job after a confrontation with a teen wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.

KAKE TV

Here are Kansas City-area schools canceling classes Wednesday due to snow

As another snow storm approached the Kansas City area Tuesday night, Kansas City Public Schools decided to cancel classes and activities for Wednesday. The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill said snow was expected to start falling in the metropolitan area after 6 p.m. Tuesday.

KANSAS CITY STAR

Grandview trains for ice rescues during harsh winter season

GRANDVIEW, Mo. — This winter has been harsh compared to past years, and most people don't want to be out in the cold. But for emergency crews, it's a great time to train for ice rescues.

KSHB.COM

ATTORNEY'S OFFICE OF MISSOURI: U.S. Attorney's Office Collects $13,722,965.04 in Civil and Criminal Actions for U.S. Taxpayers in Fiscal Year 2018

U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Missouri issued the following announcement on Feb. 15. U.S. Attorney Jeff Jensen announced today that the Eastern District of Missouri collected $13,722,965.04 in criminal and civil actions in Fiscal Year 2018. Of this amount, $8,191,278.06 was coll

STLRECORD.COM

Jackson County Courthouse reopens after weeks of repair

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Jackson County Courthouse is scheduled to reopen Tuesday morning. It has been closed for weeks after two separate water line breaks caused damage inside.

FOX4KC.COM

KANSAS CITY WINTER 2019: WORST SNOW & ICE REMOVAL FAIL IN DECADES!!!

The return of a real Winter to Kansas City reveals this town to be completely unprepared for any kind of weather event. 2019 HAS BEEN ONE OF THE WORST YEARS FOR SNOW & ICE REMOVAL IN RECENT KANSAS CITY HISTORY!!!

TONYSKANSASCITY.COM

Street crews across the metro prepare for another round of snow

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Kansas Department of Transportation crews spent Monday cleaning off trucks, clearing hoppers and getting everything ready for the next snowfall. At their location at Interstate 35 and South 24th Street in Kansas City, Kansas, they have almost 200 tons of road salt ready and wait

FOX4KC.COM

Snow and ice heading for much of Missouri (AUDIO)

The National Weather Service (NWS) in Pleasant Hill and the state Department of Transportation (MoDOT) are warning about possible white out conditions across parts of Missouri on Tuesday evening.

MISSOURINET

Missouri City Taking Part In 2019 Warrant Round Up

MISSOURI CITY, TX — Residents Missouri City, and other surrounding communities, who have warrants have until March 9 to pay their fines, or they could risk an embarrassing arrest.

PATCH

Counties in north Missouri placed under Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory

More winter weather is expected for Northwest Missouri on Tuesday. February 19th. The system will bring snow beginning in the early afternoon and lasting into the late evening in some areas.

KTTN.COM

Judge orders Christian school founder to stand trial in child sex abuse case

OLATHE, Kan. — The founder of a local Christian school accused of child sexual abuse will go to trial. Dennis Creason, founder of Oaklawn Christian School, is charged with nine counts of taking indecent liberties with children. All of the alleged incidents happened inside the Shawnee school, court d

FOX4KC.COM

Raytown broke Missouri Sunshine Law, refused to provide records after fatal crash

The city of Raytown has been ordered to pay $42,000 in legal fees after a judge ruled the city violated the Missouri Sunshine Law when it denied a public records request about a fatal traffic wreck.

KANSAS CITY STAR

Third storm in a week to hit Kansas City Tuesday; 3 to 5 inches of snow expected

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Winter just doesn’t want to let go. On Tuesday afternoon, the third storm in less than a week will move into the Kansas City area, prompting the National Weather Service to place the metro under a winter weather advisory from 4 p.m. Tuesday to 9 a.m. Wednesday.

KSHB.COM

FOX4’s Pat McGonigle to compete on ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire’ for Love Fund

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- FOX4's Pat McGonigle is going to try to win big for a local nonprofit this week on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire." McGonigle is competing on the game show for the FOX4 Love Fund for Children, which bridges the gap in youth services to fulfill unique, unmet needs of children acro

FOX4KC.COM

UPDATE: Precipitation begins moving into southern Missouri

A combination of snow, sleet and freezing rain was moving into south-central Missouri early this evening. Some roads in Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol were reported covered.

HOUSTONHERALD.COM

New Avid Hotel coming to Belton

The City of Belton has approved development of a 95-room Avid hotel by Intercontinental Hotels Group. The four-story hotel will be just west of Markey Parkway on the north side of 58 Highway.

KANSAS CITY STAR

Downtown Trenton, MO fire destroys three buildings

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A large fire destroyed three buildings in downtown Trenton, Missouri. Grundy County officials believe the fire started in a pawn shop on Main Street at around 4:15 p.m. Monday. Two of the buildings collapsed and one is partially collapsed.

KSHB.COM

Olathe approved JoCo homeless shelter, then the rules changed. Plan now at risk.

Barb and Marc McEver wanted to do something good for Johnson County and meet a vital need sheltering homeless adults. So they spent more than $250,000 this summer to buy a building in Olathe.

KANSAS CITY STAR

First responders search Missouri River for person that may have gone into river

(KTIV) – First responders Tuesday afternoon were on the scene where a person may have jumped into the Missouri River. It happened at the railroad bridge that goes from Sioux City to South Sioux City, Nebraska, just around 11 a.m.

KTIV

Judge Rules Against Both Parties In Lawsuit Over Kansas City's Mutual Musicians Foundation

A judge has delivered a verdict in a lawsuit over control of Kansas City's Mutual Musicians Foundation, and it's a draw. Once the union hall for the Colored Musicians Local 627, the foundation is one of only two National Historic Landmarks in Kansas City (the other one is the Liberty Memorial). Thes

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