Saturday, May 27, 2017

Kansas City Homicide #48 & More Local Life



Quick roundup tonight of more local killing and other local content. Take a peek:

Fourth Killing This Week

Homicide suspect surrenders to police after standoff near 49th and Agnes

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Police were engaged in a standoff near 49th Street and Agnes with a suspect in a homicide on Saturday. Officers were called to a residence around 2 p.m. on a report of a stabbing. Upon arrival, police found once victim inside an apartment with apparent stab wounds, who died shortly after police arrived.


Losing Faith In Local Anti-Crime Efforts

Operation Save KC aims to curb violence through faith and fun

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- On the heels of a week riddled with crime, people in Kansas City said their Operation Save KC event came at a perfect time. This weekend's joint community effort took aim at tackling the city's rise in violence.


This Old & Busted KC House
Kansas City's minor home repair program again taking applications
Kansas City Inferno Injury

REPORT: Two injured in south Kansas City blaze

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City fire crews are battling a blaze that injured at least one person. Firefighters were dispatched to the 8600 block of E. 116th Street just after 9:30 p.m. on a reported house fire. Initial reports indicated people may have been trapped inside, but when fire crews arrived, everyone was out of the house.


Tragic River Discovery

Body of missing 64-year-old man found in Missouri River

The victim in a KBI and Doniphan County Sheriff's Office death investigation was recovered in the Missouri River late this morning. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation said that at about 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, a citizen spotted a body in the Missouri River south of St. Joseph, Missouri in Buchanan County.


Sound Of Local Celebration

Rain didn't stop the feeling at KC Jazz Fest

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After the first day of the KC Jazz and Heritage Festival closed to beautiful weather and big crowds, organizers scrambled to prepare for storms on day two. "We will watch out for a major thunderstorm or any lightning. At that particular time we'll close the event," Executive Director Cheptoo Kositany-Buckner said.


Cussing Kansas City Royals

Eric Hosmer says a bad word and gets tossed

View the FanShot on SB Nation.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

And it's Killa City for the win.

Anonymous said...

hosmer must have called the ump a cocksucker one too many times....

Anonymous said...

I read his Lipps to 3rd base ump,went like this "Fuck You Man !!"..I thought it was a shit call.bases loaded 2 out,3 & 2 count and ringing him up on a check swing..Then Ned gets MAYBE a few word's in & he's tossed..It all woke out though. Nice job,boy's!!

Anonymous said...

\MOOSE/

Anonymous said...

Yes, boys. Keep the fans entertained by fighting with the ump. You sure aren't doing it playing baseball.