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FBI looking for suspect in Kansas City bank robbery Tuesday afternoon
The incident was reported at the Mazuma Credit Union located near E. 94th Street and Troost Avenue, just north of Bannister Road.
Lorenzo Gilyard: The Dark Tale of the Kansas City Strangler
Lorenzo Gilyard, known infamously as the Kansas City Strangler, haunted Kansas City, Missouri, with a series of brutal murders spanning from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. His reign of terror, which primarily targeted women, predominantly sex workers, ended with his conviction in 2007.
89 Years Later This Missouri FBI Cold Case Still Remains Unsolved
You have probably never heard of Artemus Ogletree, but the case surrounding his death remains unsolved 89 years later. At the age of 20, a man by the name of Roland T. Owen checked himself into a Kansas City Hotel (President Hotel) on January 2, 1935. Two days after checking into the hotel the 20-year-old Owen would be dead. Found in his hotel room stabbed and bound by the ankles he would later die from his injuries.
KC’s Parade Park Homes could be replaced with over 1,000 new residences
A redevelopment plan for Parade Park Homes could tear down most existing structures in phases to make way for more than 1,000 new residences.
Indian Springs Mall to receive major face lift
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - The Unified Government of Wyandotte County is working towards developing the demolition site of what once was a booming mall. The Indian Springs Mall was demolished in 2016 and has since remained vacant. 49 acres of land right off I-635 and State Avenue waits for something to bring people back together there while stimulating economic growth.
Kansas City police investigating after man killed in shooting outside apartment
The shooting was reported just before 7 p.m. in the area of Hickory Road and Oak Leaf Drive.
‘It is very contagious’: Local doctors send warning as norovirus cases surge
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - A highly contagious bug is on the rise across the nation. Now, doctors are reporting an increase in norovirus cases locally. “It is very contagious. Less than 100 particles can get somebody sick,” Dr. Matt Shoemaker, an infectious disease expert at the University of Kansas Health System said.
'Talked themselves into jail': attorney says of Chiefs rally shooting suspects
A Kansas City defense attorney is weighing in on self-defense claims related to the suspects of the Chiefs rally shooting.
Video shows Kansas City police detective, officer save choking baby in hospital garage
Watch as the two find the baby’s frantic parents earlier this month.
Dispute leads to 4 people shot, 1 killed in Kansas City overnight
Four people were shot and one was killed in Kansas City after a dispute between several people overnight.
2 men charged in deadly gas station shooting in Kansas City, Kansas
Two men have been charged in a deadly shooting at a gas station near 18th and Parallel Parkway in Kansas City, Kansas, on Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Up to $22 an hour without a college degree? Kansas City is hiring for these 10 airport jobs
These jobs range from roughly $16 to $22 an hour.
Red flag warning, wind advisory issued for Kansas City area
Kansas City will is set to experience multiple seasons today as teams top out in the upper 70s before bottoming out overnight below freezing.
Prosecutors want retired detective Roger Golubski jailed after he was seen at Culver’s
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to end former police detective Roger Golubski’s house arrest. The former Kansas City, Kansas, officer is accused in court documents of violating the terms by having lunch at Culver’s restaurant at the Legends on Jan. 23, 2024.
31-year-old man drowns at Truman Lake trying to grab fishing net
31-year-old Skyler Lewis of Gravolis Mills died following a drowning incident at Truman Lake near Shawnee Bend in Warsaw according to MSHP.
Chiefs rally shooting could test expanded 'stand your ground' protections
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The man accused of firing the first shots at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl rally told authorities he felt threatened, while a second man said he pulled the trigger because someone was shooting at him, according to court documents. Experts say that even...
Kansas City officials approve Office of Language Access. Here’s what happens next
Council members voted in favor of the ordinance that would create centralized resource for interpretation and translation services.
Northland neighbors unnerved after recent car break-ins, thefts
Neighbors in the northland feel unnerved after a rash of car break-ins and auto thefts across more than one neighborhood.
Kansas City man sentenced for January 2023 double homicide
A Kansas City man is sentenced for the January 2023 shooting death of his girlfriend and her cousin.
A Toast to Kansas City: 4 Pubs You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore four distinctive pubs in Kansas City. Have you had the pleasure of visiting any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!