Kansas City Crime Scene: Coke Ring Busted & Bathtub Killer Mom Gets Life

This collection of Kansas City metro misery is important if only to remind us of the threats confronting locals that don't always spark partisan debate . . .

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Seven people charged in Kansas City area conspiracy to distribute cocaine

by: Brian Dulle Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Seven people who live in the Kansas City, Missouri, metropolitan area have been charged by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine. According to the U.S.

KC woman charged with murdering her child by drowning him in a bathtub sentenced to life in prison

A Kansas City woman charged with murdering her eight-year-old son by drowning him in a bathtub and trying to kill her six-year-old son by smothering him has been sentenced to life in prison. Aushena Warren, 34, received the sentence on Nov.

KCPD asking for help identifying person accused of hitting vehicle with metal pipe

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The Kansas City Police Department is trying to identify someone accused of using a metal pipe to beat someone's car and smash one of its windows out at McDonald's. The KCPD said the incident happened at 7:35 p.m. on July 17 at 3741 Broadway Boulevard.

Task force gathers Tuesday to crack case of I-70 Killer

(KCTV) -- A new team of task force members are set to gather Tuesday, as they try to solve the case of a serial killer who stalked Interstate 70 in 1992. The six killings all happened within a month at stores along the interstate, including in Raytown, MO, Wichita, KS, St.

KCK teen's life forever changed after shooting leaves her paralyzed; family needs help

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The family of a Kansas City, Kansas, teen shot and seriously injured needs help. Eighteen-year-old N'Deia Porter was shot more than seven times at the end of September. She survived, but her life will never be the same. Smart, sassy, and hardworking. That's what Porter's family says defines her personality.

KCPD sees sharp decline in officers | UMKC Roo News

The Kansas City Police Department has been experiencing a decrease in officers throughout the last year and a half, causing concerns over safety and security for Kansas City and police response times. Back in May, KCPD Chief Richard Smith released a statement connecting the decline in offi ...

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