The warmer weather inspires the restart of a tragic KCMO tradition.
As the homicide count spikes to 43 early in the year, locals gather in vain to beg for a halt of local bloodshed.
Here's a glimpse at a recent gathering that foreshadows so many more in the near future . . . Check-it:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dozens of people gathered Saturday in Kansas City, Missouri, for a rally aimed at combating crime in the Kansas City metro. "We plan to do this once a month until this thing grows as big as possible," said Sheoni Givens, president of the Justice and Dignity Center.