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Kansas City Double Shooting Ahead Of Tuesday
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police in Kansas City, Missouri, are investigating a shooting that injured an adult and juvenile on Monday night. Both of the victims were transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The shooting happened near east 31st Street and Indiana Avenue.
Hard Times For Home Team Persist
The Royals lost to the Texas Rangers 10-4 on Monday night. If it were to be summed up in a few sentences, this recap would be rather short. Simply put, the Rangers pitched and fielded better than Kansas City. It wasn't all ugliness on Monday, though.
Meth Mover Admits Guilt
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, man pleaded guilty to his role in a nearly $10 million conspiracy to distribute almost 1,000 kilograms of methamphetamine. Joshua A. Brown, 38, could face 20 years in prison for the meth conspiracy that ran between September 1, 2018, to November 5, 2019.
Golden Ghetto Contemplates Life After SCOTUS Decision
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - On Friday, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade , the landmark case that legalized abortions in the United States, opening the door for states to ban the procedure. In the aftermath of the announcement, residents across Kansas City spoke out with a range of emotions - from anger, to fear, to celebration.
Local Bar Beatdown Probably Saved Lives
HARRISONVILLE, Mo. - A group of customers managed to disarm a man after he shot a gun inside a Harrisonville bar Friday evening. Prosecutors charged 49 -year-old Aaron W. Dial with first-degree assault and armed criminal action. According to the probable cause statement Dial went to Bookie's Bar near North Commercial Street and West Vine Street around 2 p.m.
JoCo Suffers Inferno Tonight
Ten families were displaced Monday evening when fire damaged an apartment building near 95th and Monrovia streets, the Lenexa Fire Department said.Fire crews were called at 6:48 p.m. to the Wilder apartments.The fire department said the fire was confined to a second-floor apartment. Fire officials said crews rescued two people from a third-floor balcony.
Gen Z Coordinated
Megan Fox unveiled a brand new blonde bombshell look on Monday, while supporting her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly at the premiere of his Hulu documentary 'Machine Gun Kelly's Life in Pink' in New York.
Pink To Pro-Lifers: Never F*cking Listen To My Music Again!!!"
Pink Slams Anti-Choice Supporters Following Roe v. Wade Reversal: 'Real Patriots Believe in Freedom'
Na na na na na na na na, Pink wants to start a fight. In the days following the Supreme Court's shocking reversal of Roe v. Wade - the landmark 1973 case that made abortion access a federal right - the 42-year-old singer-songwriter doubled down on her passionate pro-choice stance by leaving a series of fiery replies to some of the anti-choice conservatives filling up her comments.
Nobody Wants More Prez Biden
The White House is trying to tamp down speculation about plans to seek re-election, while aides say President Biden is bristling at the persistent questions. WASHINGTON - Earlier this month, when Senator Bernie Sanders said he would not challenge President Biden in 2024, Mr. Biden was so relieved he invited his former rival to dinner at the White House the next night.
MAGA Platform Fights MSM
Social-media startup Truth Social has branded itself as the anti-Twitter and the exclusive home of former President Donald Trump. Its prospects, the firm's financial backers have disclosed in public filings, depend on monetizing Trump supporters' rage over alleged "Big Tech" censorship of the political right.
Survey Seyz Something
Most Americans disapprove of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade, according to a CBS News/YouGov poll conducted Friday and Saturday in the immediate wake of the ruling.
Midterms Voting Showdown Underway
Billionaires, Trump's influence and the first elections after Roe v. Wade was overturned. Here are the races to watch on June 28
Eight states will hold primary and runoff elections Tuesday, which will be the first electoral reactions since the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade last Friday. Tuesday's races include a gubernatorial primary with over $136 million spent on advertisements thus far, several contentious U.S.
Vlad's War Machine Advances
A Russian airstrike struck a bustling shopping mall in Kremenchuk, central Ukraine on Monday, setting the building ablaze and prompting concerns of mass casualties.
Tragedy After Border Wall Falls
Texas-Mexico border chaos: At least 46 migrants found dead in San Antonio inside 18-wheeler, reports say
At least 46 undocumented migrants were found dead in a tractor-trailer in San Antonio, Texas and more than a dozen were hospitalized, sources told Fox News. Crews were at the 9600 block of Quintana Road where an 18-wheeler contained the migrants inside, Fox San Antonio reported.
High Risk Update
According to the CDC, there are more than 244 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the U.S. and more than 4,000 cases reported in roughly 50 countries. NBC News' Joshua Johnson speaks with Jason Cianciotto from GMHC, formerly known as Gay Men's Health Crisis, about how a number of patients are gay or bisexual men, though anyone can get the virus.
Pr0nstar Swallowing Suggestion
© Getty Images | Adult movie star Liza Del Sierra has released a red wine to enjoy at the family table - minus grandpa's glasses It seems the wine industry remains an attractive option for an elite group of porn stars seeking to diversify their brand image and, perhaps, lead on to pastures new.
Cowtown Moving Pictures Debut
West Bottoms, a new short film from Kansas City filmmaker Gregory Sheffer, is putting Kansas City on an international stage as the film makes it way to international film festivals, such as the Romford International Film Festival in the U.K. and Dance With Films in Los Angeles.
Check Party Time List
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Several Independence Day festivities will be held across the Kansas City area around the Fourth of July weekend. Below is a list of community events in the surrounding area. MISSOURI Celebrate the Fourth of July at Red, White and Blue Springs!
Baller Life Alternatives
Is it possible? Yes. Is this ever going to happen? No. But, it is fun to dream about what a farm system would look like for the Kansas City Chiefs. Football fans have been looking for more football options for years.
Kansas City Journalists Investigate Sammiches
Ask around Columbus Park, where Kansas City's rich Italian heritage stretches back more than a century, and you'll find a handful of locals still wistfully recall LaSala's Deli. LaSala's operated from 1921 until it was sold in 2012, becoming the North End before closing permanently last year.
Showers For Independence Day
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