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Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers Most Wanted for April A publication of the Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission. Download PDF version of the Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers Most Wanted for April.
Sinking Feeling In Urban Core
Michael Bushnell Northeast News KANSAS CITY - Emergency work has begun on the culverts and storm drains that surround the Benton Circle. The city placed barriers around the gaping sinkhole that has grown exponentially over the last few months. The Northeast News posted an update a few months back on the construction work after speaking with city engineers about the situation.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A water main break Monday afternoon near 95th Street and Nall Avenue sent water dozens of feet into the air and damaged Nall Avenue. Video from SKYTRACKER showed a water department worker attempting to shut off the flow of water, but not before the break had buckled a section of the road and sent water into the air.
Traffic Tragedy Today
INDEPENDENCE, MO. (KCTV) --- Several people have been injured in a wreck at E. 23rd Street and S. Crysler, police say. Westbound lanes have been shut down and eastbound has been reduced to one lane in the area. Multiple vehicles were involved in the wreck.
Rock Chalk Big Bucks Await
The list of available scholarships for Bill Self and the Kansas men's basketball program grew to three on Monday morning, when KU junior Dedric Lawson officially announced his intention to declare for the NBA Draft.
Kansas City Biz Class
Applications for this year's LaunchKC program are going vertical, said Drew Solomon, announcing plans for three industry-specific accelerators - two of which will launch new funding-rich demo days in the fall. "We've always wanted to grow and expand not only the competition, but the program as a whole," said Solomon, chair of the LaunchKC program.
Kansas City TV News Talks Seed
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Springtime is here! But in Kansas City, especially in April, weather can be unpredictable. Last year in April, there were three snowfalls in KC. Michael Turner, who's been gardening for more than 30 years, said while this month can be unpredictable, he's ready to get out and start planting.
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