Whilst the newspaper seems mostly dedicated to cop hate . . . We hope to provide a more nuanced and balanced view as an alternative.
Accordingly, we share this quick bit of TKC news gathering on the topic of police action, ALLEGATIONS of misdeeds and local threats along with a bit of hope . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Police Department is investigating a shooting Sunday afternoon. Investigators say the victim is an adult male who is suffering life-threatening injuries. The shooting occurred in the block of 1800 and Hardesty Avenue around 1 p.m. There is no additional information at this time.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Friday marked one-year since Kansas City, Missouri, police officers shot and killed Malcolm Johnson and the case is still under review. Cell phone and surveillance video captured the evening Johnson died inside a gas station at east 63rd Street and Prospect Avenue.
If your go-to conversation starter is serial killer factoids or you spend Friday nights binging shows on the , you may get some raised eyebrows and concerned looks. But obsessing over true crime isn't as strange of an addiction as one may think, especially if you identify as a woman.
From romance scams to real estate schemes, the U.S. saw over 847,000 complaints of suspected internet crimes in 2021, a new FBI report shows. That's a 7% increase from 2020. The reported complaints amounted to financial losses totaling more than $6.9 billion.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A teacher and head football coach at Braymer High School is accused of sending pornographic pictures and videos to students. Zachary W. Douglas, 30, is charged in Caldwell County, Missouri, Court with one count of sexual misconduct involving a child under 15, a felony and one count of sexual misconduct, a misdemeanor.
CODY: OUR KMBC 9 INVESTIGATES TEAM IS WATCHING A STORY THAT'LL GIVE ANY PARENT CHILLS. THIS PAST WEEK, WE INTRODUCED YOU TO TWO KANSAS WOMEN WHO SAY THEY WERE ATTACKED BY THE SAME MAN WHEN THEY WERE MINS.OR BOTH GYMNASTS.
Karl Oakman was sworn in as Kansas City, Kansas Police Department chief early last summer, and since then he's made a lot of changes and made good on a promise. Late Saturday morning, Oakman met with about 200 community activists and residents for a short "peace walk," something Oakman said has been a priority since he was sworn in.
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