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Kansas City Carnage Recounted
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police are investigating three deadly shootings Wednesday, marking three killings in less than six hours. One incident was reported just after 6 p.m. near E. 32nd Street and Brighton Avenue. While officers were on the way, they learned that a shooting victim arrived at the nearby McDonald's at 31st and Van Brunt.
Check School Shooter Stats
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- A new report by the U.S. Secret Service is aiming to get into the minds of mass shooters in schools and uncover what could be key warning signs. The new report by Secret Service's National Assessment Center reviewed more than 40 school attacks over the last 9 years at K-12 schools.
Local Roach Motel
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. - A good deed was ruined by roaches. After falling on hard times, were put up in a hotel room at the Welcome Inn in Blue Springs, Missouri. "I was walking around and I looked at this table here and there was a couple roaches and I was like, when you see one or two, there's a few," Green said.
Show-Me Po-Po Help
WASHINGTON -- Suicide is the leading cause of death for police officers in the U.S. for the third year in a row. The Kansas City Police Department lost four officers to suicide in the past four years. Nationally, 167 officers took their lives in 2018. Now Missouri's U.S.
Homeowner Drama Report
The Kansas City Health Department got involved after a woman said her entire apartment flooded and the landlord, which KMBC has investigated for months, would not help.Investigative reporter Matt Flener said health inspectors took quick action Thursday at the Nob Hill apartments in south Kansas City.Erica Smith has not been able to enter her apartment for a week."I can't live in my own apartment, and I got to go to the store to get some more clothes," Smith said.She said her apartment flooded a week ago."It smells like a dead person," Smith said.She said her landlord - T.E.H.
Local Clean-out Report
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Has the woman pictured above been inside your house to clean it? Her former customers say that, if so, you better check for possible missing money, checks, jewelry, and more. We first shared those warnings with you in September. Now one owner is facing charges.
Lady Friends Can Take Gun Rights Away From KC Creeps
Kansas City, MO - A domestic violence gun ordinance passed through committee and is headed to the full Kansas City city council.The quick action on the ordinance is good news for several domestic violence shelters, said Annie Struby, with the Rose Brooks Center.
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