Gunfire starts the morning news cycle and pushes the Kansas City homicide count higher during the dead of Winter.
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"One man was killed in a shooting in the 4000 block of Wabash early Sunday morning. Officers were called to a reported shooting shortly after 4:00 a.m. Upon arrival officers located a man inside the home. He was pronounced dead at the scene."
This is the 14th homicide so far this year compared to 18 at this time last year.
After the jump we have more news on local crime, police action and criminal complaintsKCMO Suffers High Speed Crash
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - At least four people were injured -- one critically -- in a seven-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon in Kansas City, Missouri. Police said a blue Chrysler was seen in the area of East 59th Street and Troost Avenue driving northbound in a southbound lane of Troost, reaching speeds "in excess of 100 mph."
Po-Po Rescue Reported
ST. JOESPH, MO (KCTV) - St. Joseph Police, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, and the Missouri State Highway Patrol have successfully completed a human trafficking operation Friday night. The operation was completed at St. Joseph's, Bucky's and Love's Travel Stop. St.
Kansas Gun Head Check
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - There's a proposed law in Kansas that some say would close a loophole that allows people with severe mental illness to own and buy guns. This isn't necessarily the same as the controversial red flag law, which allows the police or family members to ask a judge to take away a [...]
Show-Me Insurrection Evidence
The uncle of a Missouri woman accused of participating in the riot at the U.S. Capitol last month is now facing charges himself.A federal complaint against William Merry Jr. of St. Louis County was unsealed late Thursday. Merry is the uncle of Emily Hernandez, 21, of Sullivan, who was charged on Jan.
Local Cold Case Crash Recalled
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Thursday marked one year since a hit-and-run driver in a stolen vehicle killed Judy Morris and Virgil Dixson, whose loved ones continue to honor their memories and hope the driver will be held responsible. Morris' nieces said their Aunt Judy was heading to get her nails done to celebrate the Chiefs' victory in Super Bowl LIV.
More Deets On Missouri Political Push Back Against Activists
Wife of Sen. Josh Hawley takes criminal action after 'anti-fascist' group targeted family's personal residence
The protest group claims they were holding a 'candle light vigil' outside the Hawley residence
Feds File Love Warning
FBI Courtesy Image The Federal Bureau of Investigation is advising residents to be mindful of where they seek true love throughout the month of February. The FBI Kansas City Division is using the month of love to highlight the dangers of romance fraud.
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