Kansas City Crime Scene: More Gunfire Amid Search For Hope Against Rising Violence

Recent headlines haven't been very hopeful for a solution to rampant metro violence.

The only thing we know for certain after looking at links tonight is that social media postings probably won't help anybody find justice. 

And so . . . We compile a quick glimpse at mugshots, police reports, shooting tonight and then some optimistic news stories . . .

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Video of KC apartment break-in posted on TikTok, goes viral

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri woman said she was terrorized in her apartment on Valentine's Day. The suspects - still out there. FOX4 told you about the break-in back in February. The victim in this case is hoping you will take a second look.

1 man injured in Monday night shooting in Olathe

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police in Olathe are investigating a shooting that injured a man on Monday evening. The shooting happened near north Ridgeview Road and east Cothrell Street at around 9:30 p.m. The victim was transported to an area hospital in stable condition.

Man arrested after woman found dead in Lawrence home

LAWRENCE, Kan. - One man is in custody after a woman was found dead inside a Lawrence, Kansas home Monday night. Police were called to a north-central Lawrence residence just before 7:30 p.m. When officers arrived they found the suspect and a "mortally wounded woman."

KCK police investigate possible shooting after man found on I-635 near Metropolitan

Police vehicle, lights (file photo) SOURCE: KMBC Police in Kansas City, Kansas, are investigating after a possible shooting victim was found on Interstate 635 near Metropolitan Avenue.Authorities said officers were called to the area about 9:30 p.m. Monday on a report of a man lying in the roadway.

KCK police investigating kidnapping near N. 78th Street

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Around 11:40 a.m. Saturday morning, law enforcement responded to a stolen vehicle in the 1300 block of N. 78th St. When officers arrived, they were alerted that a juvenile was in the back seat. The vehicle and suspect information was broadcasted city-wide.

FBI will celebrate construction start on new Northland field office near KCI - Kansas City Business Journal

Work will officially start Tuesday on the FBI's new three-story Northland field office, a short distance from Kansas City International Airport. The bureau anticipates a fall 2023 occupancy for the location, which will support more than 300 area employees and officers.

Make the Call: Families waiting for closure with unsolved cases need your help

Make the Call: Families waiting for closure with unsolved cases need your help

Suspect accused of torturing woman charged in Clinton County, threatened to kill father

LATHROP, Mo. - New details have come out in the case of a 29-year-old Lathrop, Missouri, man accused of holding a woman against her will and torturing her for over two days. James Larson Jr. was charged Monday with domestic assault, kidnapping, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a firearm in Clinton County.

Authorities find van involved in crash that killed Eudora, Kansas, 10-year-old, working to identify driver

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has found the vehicle they believe was involved in a crash that killed a 10-year-old Eudora, Kansas, girl on Saturday, then left the scene.That crash happened near Lawrence on East 1900 Road at the K-10 off-ramp Saturday evening. "On the ramp, we saw a damaged Ford van.

Against all odds: A Kansas City, Missouri, police officer's story of survival

KCPD Officer Tyler Moss had a 1% chance of survival after being shot in the head. But, despite those odds, he made a miraculous recovery. This is his story of faith and determination, along with the story of other heroes, in and out of uniform, who came to his rescue.

KCMO Youth Court back in session after 2-year hiatus

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's a program giving teens in Kansas City, Missouri, a real impact inside the courtroom and in their peer's life. Kansas City Youth Court returned for the first time since the pandemic on Monday evening. Held inside a courtroom at the UMKC Law School, the judge, prosecutor and defense attorney are all teenagers.

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