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Police identify man killed while trying to cross Downtown Kansas City loop

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police have now identified the 34-year-old man killed Saturday morning after being struck by a semi in the downtown loop. According to investigators, Jared R. Miller was walking across the interstate when he was hit by the semi truck in the eastbound lanes of I-70 near Main Street


Kansas City man pleads guilty to fatal, non-fatal shootings from August 2018

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City man has pleaded guilty to multiple charges in connection with shootings in August 2018 that killed one man and injured others, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced Monday.


3 missing children from Arkansas may be in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Three missing children from Arkansas could be in the Kansas City area, according to police. Authorities said Talen Marten, 14; Shyanne Romine, 14; and Lydia Hall, 12, were last seen early Monday morning in Mountain Home, Arkansas.


Police: Man has serious injuries after shooting in NW KCK

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) – Police are investigating a shooting Monday afternoon. Kansas City, Kansas Police Chief, Terry Zeigler, tweeted that they are working a life-threatening shooting in the 1800 block of N. 26th Street.


Only dog left after Kansas City adoption event finds forever home -- 1 week later

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- No one ever wants to be the last one chosen, but that was the story of one poor pup, left behind after an animal shelter's big adoption event. After drawing national attention, the dog that no one wanted adopted over this past weekend.


New construction techniques weather storm, reduce runoff

LENEXA, KS (KCTV) -- It's not the fire trucks on display Monday afternoon at fire station number five in Lenexa, it’s the pavement. “We're standing on our permeable parking lot,” Ted Semadeni, with the city of Lenexa, said.


Police report details crash that killed teen walking home from school

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A police report provides chilling details of a crash that killed an Oxford Middle School student as she walked home from school. Alexandra Rumple, 14, was hit by a car near 123rd Street and Switzer Road on April 12.


Brawl involving 300 teenagers breaks out at amusement park, right next to Camp Snoopy

Multiple law enforcement agencies were called to an amusement park in Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday night after a brawl, involving 300 teenagers, broke out. The incident, which occurred at Worlds of Fun at 9:30 p.m. outside Camp Snoopy — a Peanuts-themed area of the park featuring children's rides —


Security questioned after large fight at Worlds of Fun

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A large fight at Worlds of Fun Saturday night involving hundreds of young people has some questioning security at the amusement park. Cellphone video from a park visitor showed police officers attempting to disperse the crowd of teenagers and removing people after a fight broke ou


Increasing clouds Tuesday could bring rain showers by afternoon

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Temperatures will fall back to about 50 degrees overnight. There is a 30 percent chance for rain showers Tuesday afternoon. Look for a high near 64 degrees.


Disgrace: Deadly Kansas City Easter Weekend Killed Future Daddy

KANSAS CITY, MO (AP) - Relatives of a slain Kansas City man say the 25-year-old had been excited about the birth of his first child. Police haven't released the name of the man who was shot and killed Saturday.


Police investigate shooting on North 26th near Wood

A serious injury was reported in a shooting at 3:10 p.m. Monday near North 26th and Wood Avenue. According to the Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department spokesman, officers responded and found a man in his 20s who had been shot.


Man charged in connection with homicide at 24th and Lister

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – A Blue Springs man has been charged in the fatal shooting of Joseph Corum. According to court records, police responded to the 2400 block of Lister Avenue in the early morning on March 28, 2019.


Will Schlitterbahn open this year? KCK waterpark shows no signs of activity

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City, Kansas, usually opens at the end of May. With about a month to go, there are no signs the park will open at all in 2019.


Mother reflects on son's violent death, hopes for break in case

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Becky Scott's son, Rodney Peoples, was fatally shot in June 2016. His killer has not been caught.


Winter causes blood emergency in Kansas City area

“In order to maintain a safe blood supply, a seven-day inventory of ALL blood types must be continually replenished,” a release from the CBC said. “Right now, reserves are well below that minimum.”


Anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers lead to 2 arrests in 11-year-old KCK cold case

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- You often hear it often on FOX4: "If you know anything about this crime, call Crime Stoppers. It's anonymous." Well, earlier this month, a KCK family who had been waiting for 11 years got some answers thanks to one of those anonymous tips. Two arrests have been made in the 2008 m


Police working life-threatening shooting in NW KCK

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) – Police are investigating a life-threatening shooting Monday afternoon. Kansas City, Kansas Police Chief, Terry Zeigler, tweeted that they are working a life-threatening shooting in the 1800 block of N. 26th Street.


‘It’s wrong’: Family says young father-to-be was shot in the back in Kansas City

Jordan Matthews was excited about the pending birth of his first child. The 25-year-old Kansas City man had lined his bedroom with stuffed animals, including a large pink bear, a baby stroller, and an assortment of other baby items he already purchased for the child.


A Kansas City Author Channeled Stories Of Sexual Abuse Into A Novel To Help Victims

After being asked to create a program to help the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph recognize signs of sexual abuse, Cathy Morrison found herself doing much more than teaching – she began listening.