Monday Hottie Murder Suspect Mugshot & Kansas City Crime Scene

In this quick roundup we share a bevy of info on ALLEGED misdeeds, police action and all manner of stories connected to cowtown streetlife.

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 Be Careful When Parking Van Down By The River

Plan to address illegal parking, safety issues plaguing one area of KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Illegal parking is causing safety concerns in one area of the city. In hopes of fixing the issue, Port KC warns that parking may get a little worse before it gets better. Port KC will post notices and mark off parking spaces near Berkley Riverfront Sept.

Fight For Justice Updated

Judge In Strickland Case Set To Decide Whether Innocence Hearing Will Be Held In Jackson County

The Missouri Attorney General has raised questions about the appearance of bias within the 16th District Circuit Court and asked the judge to recuse himself and the jurisdiction. A date for Kevin Strickland's innocence hearing has still not been set.

TKC Hopes Hottie Can Be Reformed, Will Help!!!

Jackson County murder suspect in custody after removing GPS tracker, going on the run

JACKSON COUNTY, Mo. - The Jackson County Sheriff's Office says deputies have taken a murder suspect into custody days after she went on the run. Officials said sometime on Sept. 7, Katie Black removed her GPS monitoring bracelet and left her home in Atherton, Missouri, north Blue Springs and Independence.

Lawman Seyz Corporate Price Spike Broke Rules

AG: Spike in natural gas prices appears to break Kansas law

TOPEKA, Kan. - Attorney General Derek Schmidt said Monday that sharp spikes in natural gas prices last winter appear to violate Kansas law and he is seeking outside legal help to investigate them.

Charges After Utility Lifted

Power problem: Kansas City, Kansas police looking for owner of stolen transformer

by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Detectives are having trouble finding the owner of what may be one of the strangest things stolen in the community. Officers with the department recovered a transformer they believe was stolen from somewhere in the area recently.

Show-Me Legal Fight Over Patriotism Or Lack Thereof

"I did not destroy any flags': Student seen in viral video removing flags from WashU 9/11 memorial responds

ST. LOUIS ( - A viral video of a Washington University student removing thousands of flags on campus has gone viral, attracting national attention. Student Mackenzie Manofsky told News 4 members of the campus' College Republican groups placed 2,977 flags on the lawn of Mudd Field for a Sept.

Golden Ghetto Traffic Danger Caught On Camera

Overland Park traffic cameras catch two close calls in less than a week

by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Police say a pedestrian and a man riding a motorcycle were both likely shaken by drivers in the past week. Luckily neither seemed to be seriously injured, but Overland Park police warn both crashes could have ended up much worse than the did.

Voter Rights Turned In Sunflower State Criminality?!?

Groups Worry Kansas Criminalized Voter Drives, But Republicans Say They'll Prove Otherwise

TOPEKA, Kansas - Outdoor summer events, county fairs, and college move-ins usually draw voter registration drives in the state. But those efforts by non-partisan groups came to an abrupt halt in early July when a new Kansas law muddied the line about when helping someone else register to vote might be criminal.

Local Scammer Admits Misdeeds

Parkville man pleads guilty to $335M fraud scheme to defraud programs for veterans, minorities

A Parkville man who was charged in two federal cases pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to his role in a $335 million scheme to defraud federal programs that award contracts to firms owned by minorities, veterans and service-disabled veterans.

Kansas City Police Fight Worsening Regional Murder Crisis

Kansas City Metro Squad asked to help with Harrisonville homicide investigation

The Kansas City Metro Squad has been asked to help investigate a homicide in Harrisonville early Monday.Police said officers were called about 2 a.m. to the parking lot of QuikTrip on Missouri 291 Highway and found a male suffering from a stab wound.The victim was taken to a hospital where he died.

Suburbs Need More Cash To Confront Rising Crime

Overland Park eyes potential mill levy increase to fund new public safety measures

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Monday, Overland Park will host a public hearing to get feedback on the city's intent to increase the mill levy beyond a revenue neutral rate. A revenue neutral rate (RNR) is a tax rate that would generate the same amount of property tax dollars for the city as the previous tax [...]

Kangaroo Shares Sophomoric Crime Essay

Opinion: KC's violent crime is a symptom of the impoverishment of non-white communities | UMKC Roo News

On Aug. 21, an unknown man was found by KCPD's South Patrol on East 118th Pl. and Delmar Dr. with apparent stab wounds. The man, who was pronounced dead upon arrival at a local hospital, marked Kansas City's 100th homicide of 2021. Later in the week, victims 101-103 were 27-year-old femal ...

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