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Kansas City Afternoon Boom
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Both the fire department and the police department responded Thursday morning to a call from residents at N.E. 109th Street and N. Ditzler, who said there was something suspicious under their black Cadillac SUV parked in their driveway. The suspicious package was somehow taped underneath or onto the SUV.
Po-Po: KC Can't Drive
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Deadly crashes are on the rise in Kansas City. Police want you to know so you can make better decisions before getting behind the wheel. It's only September, and already 74 people have been killed in car wrecks in Kansas City. In all of 2016, there were 68 people killed.
KCK Gunfire Escape Plan
John Calata, his two brothers and a friend in two cars were ambushed by gunfire near a stop sign at 41st Street on Adams Street in Kansas City, Kan. Here's how it unfolded.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Police tell Fox 4 a man is in custody Thursday after allegedly assaulting a woman and kidnapping their child. The alleged incident occurred just after 4 a.m. near 81st and Campbell, police say. Kari Thompson with the Kansas City Police Department says the mom and child are together and doing "okay."
STL Rioters Vs. Police Update
On Thursday's St. Louis on the Air, host Don Marsh was joined by St. Louis Public Radio editor Erica Hunzinger to discuss protests and response to the not-guilty verdict of Jason Stockley in the St. Louis region. Some of the latest stories our newsroom has produced are: We're still looking for your voices and perspectives.
Advice For KC Parks Other Than Silly Name Change Protestations
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Parks and Recreation leaders have revealed a new conceptual plan for Little Blue Valley Park. Ideas include adding an archery range, a horse paddock, a fishing pond and more. At a public meeting Monday, the city hopes to prioritize the ideas on the list.
Kansas City Foodie Frustration
The sizzle of a modern steakhouse concept drew executive chef Joe West into helping to open Stock Hill (4800 Main St.) on the Country Club Plaza last December; but nine months in, West has left the kitchen. "We couldn't do 20-ingredient dishes [at Stock Hill].
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