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Prez Trump Honors Local Hero
"There is no greater love than someone that loves this country, and I believe we've elected the right leader to lead us out to drain the swamp," Ballard said after Trump brought him on stage: Medal of Honor Recipient Donald Ballard: "I believe we've elected the right leader to lead us out to drain the swamp" pic.twitter.com/X7oAKrpVfA - Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) August 23, 2017 Trump called for unity during his speech, urging American citizens to rediscover their patriotism and love of country.
Kansas City Firearm Show & Tell
A student was taken into custody Monday at Central Middle School after a gun was found on campus. District officials said school security officers found a handgun in the possession of a student on Monday, August 21. The firearm was seized, and the student was taken into custody.
KCFD Tragedy Report Coming Soon
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A national organization will release an investigation report about the 2015 deaths of two KCMO firefighters. Larry Leggio and John Mesh were killed in the line of duty on October 12, 2015 after a massive fire and building collapse in northeastern Kansas City.
Kansas City Fair Wage On The Books
Kansas City, MO - Effective immediately, the minimum starting wage for employees at the Kansas City Public Library will be $10 per hour. The current state of Missouri minimum wage is $7.70 per hour.
JoCo Lesson In Gunfire TOday
Johnson County officials have been called to investigate after shots were fired as Olathe Police attempted to serve a warrant Wednesday. The incident happened at a home near Park and Keeler in Olathe. Olathe Police had been on scene around a home for more than an hour when gunshots rang out.
Old School On Parade
An organization's annual street parade will impede traffic in downtown Kansas City until about 9 p.m. Wednesday. The Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine is hosting its annual Imperial Session parade in downtown Kansas City.
Kansas City Promise Unkept
The Kansas City Royals' decision on one prospect appears to have been made for them. Bubba Starling will likely miss the remainder of the season. The 2011 first-round pick continues to struggle to keep his professional career on track. As the Kansas City Royals' No.
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