Right now we focus on a bit of encouragement for locals despite continued challenges curbing local violence so far this year . . .
The data offers reason for hope amongst urban core dwellers who hear gunfire nightly . . .
"There have been fewer drive-by shootings so far this year — by about 5%. As of April 27, 2022, there have been 131 compared to 138 during the same time last year."
However it's worth noting . . .
It has been EXCEPTIONALLY cold so far this year . . . Will Kansas City suffer more gunfire now that Spring has sprung???
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Bullet holes in windows, multiple walls and even her car is not what one woman was expecting to be dealing with Thursday. "I just didn't understand why would somebody do some random acts of violence like that," said Denedra Jackson, homeowner.
You decide . .