Quick glimpse at links that don't totally fit our blogging today but still deserve a look from our community of news junkies.
Kansas City Saturday Runaround
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A police chase ended in a crash on Saturday afternoon. It happened before 3 p.m. According to police dispatchers, officers were trying to pull a male subject over for violating the law when he fled from police. A pursuit began and then ended at 33rd and Troost.
Deadly Blaze Investigation Cont'd
KANSAS CITY,Mo. - 24 hours after a fire that killed one-year-old twins , investigators still have not said what caused the fire. "Its awful, the family had a good idea of what the situation was because we didn't pull the kids out, its heart wrenching and its something I wouldn't ask someone to see or do," said KCFD Deputy Chief, Jimmy Walker.
Locals Rally After Tragedy
The Blue Springs community turned out Friday to support the families of three teens killed in a crash last Saturday. Proceeds will help the families with funera...
KCK Robbery Suspect Captured
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- Officers in Kansas City, Kansas located a suspect in a string of burglaries that have happened in the state through an unusual series of events. On Friday night, a man presented a fake $20 bill to a clerk at a business in the area of 47th and Parallel.
Suspected JoCo Creeper
OLATHE, KS. (KCTV) -- A 56-year-old Olathe man is accused of "fondling or touching" three children under the age of 14. Timothy Sullivan appeared in Johnson County Court on Friday afternoon. He was charged with three counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child. Online court records indicate he worked with the Olathe School District.
Missouri Massacre Today
ST. CHARLES, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- St. Charles City police confirm they have a suspect in custody related to the overnight murder of 4 people in St. Charles. Police tell News 4 this happened on Whetstone Dr., near Muegge Rd. and Abbydale Dr. Police took the suspect in custody when they found him at a St.
Rock Chalk Family Time
TOPEKA - The Kansas court system's employees will now receive six weeks of paid leave following the birth or adoption of a child. The Kansas Supreme Court issued an administrative order Friday covering the 1,600 judicial branch workers under its supervision. The court's order came a month after Gov.
Happy KCMO Homecoming
KCPD: Missing 11-year-old girl returned home safe