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Easy to rent electric bikes and scooters are popping up on sidewalks in cities across America. They're fast and easy for consumers but a proving... [Read More]
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One person was shot and killed Friday morning at a Lee's Summit salon. The shooting happened around 7:39 a.m., at the Sola Salon along Northwest... [Read More]
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A summit will take place Friday in Kansas City and cover the realities of gun violence in the community. The discussion will focus on gun... [Read More]
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One person has life-threatening injuries Friday after an early morning shooting in Kansas City, Mo. It happened near 33rd and Wyoming around 3:39 a.m. Police... [Read More]
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A KCK school resource officer has been charged Thursday after allegedly having sexual contact with a minor, Wyandotte County prosecutors say. Michael English Sr. has... [Read More]
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Authorities say four brothers were found dead inside a house destroyed by fire near the Lake of the Ozarks. Lake Ozark Fire Protection District Assistant... [Read More]
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The Kansas City Chiefs are heading to Mexico. They will take on the Los Angeles Rams Nov. 19 in Mexico City. The two teams will... [Read More]
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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. More than 600,000 children every year are impacted by child abuse and neglect. Debbie Karlstrand, parenting expert from The... [Read More]
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. —  You don't have to fly to Rome to get a taste of its rich history. Lidia's is launching a spring menu,... [Read More]
The Kansas City Chiefs are back in town Monday for the first  day off the team's off season program. Video posted to the Chiefs official... [Read More]
One of the largest neon signs in Missouri has been restored after more than two decades. The Joplin Globe reports that the historic Wilder's Steakhouse... [Read More]
PHILADELPHIA — The two black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks last week have agreed to meet with Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson. The timing of the... [Read More]
Under a new Kansas Department of Transportation program, "Lost to DUI" memorial signs will be placed along state and federal highways for victims of drunken... [Read More]
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