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Christmas decorations stolen from Olathe family's yard
OLATHE, KS (KCTV) -- A Grinch tried to steal Christmas in one Johnson County neighborhood and made off with a big display of decorations. People in Olathe are upset that their decorations were stolen right out of their yard.
Knob Noster falls to Richmond
KNOB NOSTER - Knob Noster fell down late in Tuesday night’s, Dec. 11, game against Richmond and couldn’t recover, losing 45-35. “We are a young team and it is pretty evident that we struggle to put the ball in the basket at times,” Knob Noster coach Dustin Fox said. “We are getting so much better.”
Hope City bringing help to one of Kansas City's toughest neighborhoods
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — East Kansas City is an area many people drive through but never stop. Drugs, poverty and violent crimes are the reason why. "24th Street here has a reputation of being a troubled spot in the city," said Ray Stribling, Director of Hope City.
Excelsior Springs Police Blotter (Nov. 27-Dec. 3)
3:24 p.m., 100 block of E. Forest Lane, Officers responded to a report of property stolen by a known party who was also reported to be a felon in possession of a firearm. A firearm was confiscated and additional charges are pending.
Four months later, Independence mom sill praying her daughter’s killer will be caught
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- It's two weeks before Christmas, and Monica Ray's apartment is dark. No Christmas tree or blinking lights. "I couldn't do Thanksgiving, and I certainly didn't want to do Christmas. It's just too tough," Ray said Monday.
Clinton County files opioid lawsuit
Clinton County is the latest government entity in Missouri to take legal action against opioid manufacturers and distributors. Atchison, Buchanan, St. Charles, Jefferson and Jackson counties as well as the cities of Kansas City, St. Louis and St. Joseph have filed federal lawsuits against opioid man
Carrollton man facing multiple charges after fleeing on foot from accident scene
A Carrollton man is facing multiple charges stemming from an incident late last week. Thirty-five-year-old Edward E. Arnold has been charged in Carroll County Circuit Court with a felony of tampering with a motor vehicle.
Kansas City plan pleads guilty to shooting man to death in front of family
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A 27-year-old Kansas City man has pleaded guilty in the shooting death of a man in 2016. Daniel Wilson pleaded guilty Tuesday in the murder of 27-year-old Tyrone London, according to the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office.
KCMO resident fighting more than $12,000 in water bills
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City, Missouri resident is fighting more than $12,000 in water bills from just four properties. Robert Jackson said two of those properties are vacant and don't have water usage.
Lawson man pleads not guilty in Ray County
RAY COUNTY, Mo. – A Lawson man was initially arraigned on felony drug charges in Ray County Tuesday morning. D. Lindsey, 27, entered a plea of not guilty to three felony counts of possession of a controlled substance and one count of delivery of a controlled substance. Officers responded to a call b
Knob Noster girls fall to Richmond
The Knob Noster girls lost to Richmond 44-39 Monday, Dec. 10. The Lady Panthers got out to a hot start taking a 15-8 lead in the first quarter, but the Lady Spartans overcame the early deficit to lead 22-20 at the intermission.
Richmond man’s drug case on docket
RICHMOND, MO – A Richmond man still faces a peremptory hearing scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, according to documentation yesterday. Records name Anthony Guzman, 22, as the defendant in a case that accuses him of illegal drug manufacture and possession, and endangering the welfare of a child. The a
Two men treated for minor injuries after crash in Ray County
RAY COUNTY, Mo. — Two people were transported to a hospital with minor injuries after a two vehicle accident in Ray County this morning.
DONALD (DON) RAY MCCREERY December 25, 1936 December 1, 2018
Donald (Don) Ray McCreery entered into rest on Saturday, December 1, 2018. Don was the son of Ralph McCreery and Lorene Wilson McCreery. He was born on Christmas Day in 1936. Don was a retired Boilermaker and an avid Dallas Cowboy and St. Louis Cardinal fan.
Change of judge granted in Ray County child abuse case
RAY COUNTY, Mo. — A new judge has been assigned to hear the case of a Lawson woman charged with 26 counts of child abuse or neglect in Ray County.
Two drivers from Daviess County involved in 8-vehicle chain reaction crash in Clay County
The highway patrol reports just one injury when as many as eight vehicles were involved in an Interstate 35 accident around 6:35 this morning in Clay County. Two of the vehicles were operated by drivers from Daviess County.
Richmond man killed in hit and run
Missouri State Highway Patrol Tpr. J. W. Cotter and Sgt. G. D. Ward investigated the collision involving 18-year-old Tahkota T. Christiansen.
Rear-end collision injures 3 in Caldwell County; one driver facing multiple charges
Three people were hurt late Saturday afternoon in a rear-end collision of two-vehicles in Caldwell County. The patrol reports the driver of a car, 45-year old Andy Strahm of St. Joseph, was taken to Cameron regional medical center with serious injuries and also faces several accusations. The driver
Colorado man faces marijuana delivery charges in Lafayette County
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Mo. — A man from Colorado faces formal drug charges after a traffic stop Thursday in Lafayette County. According to a probable cause statement, Robert Lee Graves, 62 was initially stopped by law enforcement for speeding. During the stop, Graves allegedly showed signs of criminal ac
Driver runs from Chillicothe police, pursuit entails, ends when driver crashes in Caldwell County
Approximately thirty minutes prior to the Caldwell County accident Saturday, Chillicothe Police received a phone call from a citizen in reference to a reckless driver. The complainant advised they were nearly struck by the suspects’ vehicle, along with the same vehicle nearly striking a school bus a