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Housing Reg Dispute Cont'd
The Kansas City Housing Authority is making plans to withhold another $41,000 in taxpayer-subsidized housing contracts to landlords with TEH Realty, who are currently under federal investigation.The developments come after the Housing Authority's planned reinspection of 81 units at the Nob Hill Apartments in south Kansas City.
Meth Town T. J. Hooker Sighted
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- A man clinging to the hood of a moving SUV: It's not something you see every day. It happened over the weekend in Independence, but police and witnesses have provided FOX4 with more details about the wild ride. Eyewitnesses said the man jumped onto the hood of the vehicle.
Golden Ghetto All Clear
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Charges will not be brought against a Lenexa police officer who fired at a suspect, hitting him in the arm, after the Johnson County District Attorney's Office found the shooting to be justified. District Attorney Steve Howe said Wednesday that his office completed its review of the Nov.
Drunk Spy Tech Emerges
OLATHE, Kan. -- A new regulation went into effect in Kansas on Wedesday, making it harder for previous offenders to drive drunk again. It's a relief for a local family that has been pushing for tighter laws around drinking and driving for years after losing a loved one.
KCTV5 Wanted Report
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Raul Villalva is wanted on a Clay County warrant for sexual assault of a child. The original offense happened in 2018 in Clay County and involved the sexual assault of a child less than 12 years of age.
Double Shootout Charges After Sleaze Scummit Gunfire
Two people have been charged in a multiple drive-by shootings into homes in Lee's Summit and Blue Springs.
Making Way: Independence, MO Tribute To Police
Before his funeral services and burial, Det. Sgt. Jason Young had one last, solemn visit to the office. The funeral procession for Young, a 24-year member of the Independence Police Department who was killed last in an off-duty collision in Gladstone, stopped for several minutes in front of police headquarters on Memorial Drive.
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