We finish off with tribute to Char-Char hotness this evening as we consider more top stories from the local news cycle.
Kansas City Mexican Meth Consequences
Published: KANSAS CITY, Kan. (KSNW) - A Kansas City, Kansas man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for distributing methamphetamine. Luis Enrique Martinez-Rosales, 25, pleaded guilty to one county of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and one count possession with intent to distribute. U.S.
JoCO Gunfire Tonight
Police are investigating after gunshots were fired at a vehicle on westbound Interstate 435 just west of Mission Road. The Overland Park Police Department says it's investigating it as a road rage incident. The victim was not injured, but had to pull off the highway onto Roe Avenue from I-435.
Another Sandwich Shop Bandit: Have You Seen This Meth Town Masked Man???
Authorities say this individual is responsible for at least four recent armed robberies in the city.
Family Drama Accusations Smolder After Woman Found Murdered & Burned Near Dumpster
GRANDVIEW, Mo. -- After a Grandview man was charged Tuesday with murdering his 27-year-old girlfriend, the woman's sister just wants to know why. "I don't have anything to say to him because I feel so much pain and hurt and disbelief," Lynnette Williams' sister Nina said. "Just why? Why my sister?
KCMO Hobo Helping Hand
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- When it's bitterly cold like it has been this week, local shelters can get overcrowded, but they rarely turn people away. "Things definitely step up. We get pretty crowded at both our men's shelter and our family shelter," said Dan Doty, Executive Director at City Union Mission.
Local Foodie Serving For Tonight
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Fond Local Fanboy Farewell
Look around any stadium on game day and you're bound to see more than a few in the crowd - from George Brett to Tony Gonzalez; the old jerseys our favorite players left behind. But All-Stars fade and rising stars soar ... out of reach of the payroll - especially in Kansas City.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .