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JAIL VISITOR CRACKDOWN!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Jackson County Detention Center temporarily suspended visitations on Tuesday due to "unforeseen absences." In late June, the jail was raided and two correctional officers were arrested as part of an investigation into an alleged bribery scheme at the facility.
Kansas City Gunfire Tonight
Police were investigating a shooting that seriously injured a person shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday in the 4100 block of Cleveland Avenue in Kansas City.
Local Campus Carry Conversation
Opponents and supporters of a new Kansas law chimed in on the newest law to take effect in the Sunflower State.
Flood Of Memory
Coach's likely won't re-open for six months to a year.
Big Money Washed Away
If you're tired of water rate increases, don't expect any relief any time soon. Thanks to the city trying to catch up on federal regulations, those will increase for years to come. But what about inaccurate usage? KCTV5 News spoke to customers and the city to find out if you could be getting a wrong reading.
Traffic Fight Tonight
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A man punched the mirror on a woman's car after she said he veered into her lane on her way to school Tuesday morning. The woman said as the pair pulled up to a Kansas City intersection, the stranger banged on her window, kicked the door, then smashed his fist into the mirror.
Dead-Tree Reports Mobile Phone Hateration
Ahmed Dharani said a security guard discriminated against him at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Kansas City early Tuesday. The Alabama man of Indian descent recorded the encounter on his phone.
The Kansas City Forecast
That rain will bring us much cooler temperatures this weekend.
Home Team Reality Check
It's way too soon to say that the Orioles ' pitching crisis is over, but it appears to have abated at a very opportune time.
Planning For The End Of The World
On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the entire nation for the first time in 99 years. Starting from Oregon to South Carolina, 14 states will experience more than two minutes of totality, including the state of Kansas.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .