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Kansas City Generosity
Incredible. Eric Berry Foundation, Mercedes-Benz of KC drop off 5,200+ toys, more at Children's Mercy
WOW! Families at Children's Mercy will have a brighter holiday thanks to the Eric Berry and a local car dealership. On Thursday, the Eric Berry Foundation and representatives from Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City dropped off a massive load of toys. The group donated 5,200+ toys, $2,300 in gift cards, and $18,000 to Children's Mercy.
Scary Beat Down In The Stix
Raymore man says as he was leaving for work 3 masked men forced him back into his house, assaulted and robbed him
RAYMORE, Mo. -- Police are looking for three men they say forced their way into a Raymore home early Thursday morning, assaulted the homeowners then robbed them. Police Chief Jan Zimmerman is calling this a home invasion robbery and say it happened around 6:16 a.m.
White Race Card Winning
A white prison employee in Kansas City who filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the Missouri Department of Corrections won more than $1.4 million this week. Richard Dixson, a re-entry coordinator at the Kansas City Re-Entry Center, sued the state agency last year, saying he was subjected to racial discrimination and a hostile work environment.
Payday Crackdown Continues
Payday lending titan Scott Tucker now faces a new indictment for failing to report millions in income. The 55-year-old Leawood businessman has been charged with one count of filing a false tax return, which joins a growing list of previous charges, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney's office in Kansas.
Week Cookie Takeaway
@MSHPTrooperA SOURCE: @MSHPTrooperA The Missouri State Highway Patrol says two people have been arrested for drug trafficking after a traffic stop on I-70. Troopers said the occupants of a truck were stopped at the 51 mile marker near Higginsville, Mo. A search of that truck's cargo area revealed 23.2 pounds of THC-infused cookies and 4.61 pounds of marijuana.
Motorists were forced to moo...ooove over and find an alternate route after a bad wreck on I-435 Thursday. Police closed I-435 in both directions near 96th street in northern Kansas City after a semi truck and trailer hauling 90 head of cattle overturned.
Heartwarming Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Nearly 2,100 scarves, hats, and gloves covered Washington Square Park on Thursday. The items are part of MarksNelson's "Wrapped in Warmth" campaign for the homeless. "For the people to come out and give these scarves out, and help out people that need help, you know that's a great feeling to me," Michael Anderson, who picked out a scarf, said.
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