Kansas City Hyperlocal: Police Honors As Plebs Fear Civil War

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KCPD honors Ofc. Tyler Moss, fellow officers who saved his life

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - KSHB 41 last brought you the story of KCPD Ofc. Tyler Moss a few months ago, as he continued his recovery from a traumatic injury sustained in the line of duty. KCPD Sgt. Jason Childers was one of many who responded to that scene in July 2020.

Don't Discount College Training

KC Scholars program assists students, adults to be college-ready - The Sentinel

Tia Johnson, her mother Betty Johnson, and daughter Payton Johnson all took advantage of the program - which awarded its first scholarships in 2016 - to move forward with their education. The first year the program - which is an evolution of previous Kauffman Foundation programs - was available, Payton was a junior and applied for the scholarship, as did her mother.

JoCo Suburbs Build Bigger

Lenexa advances plans for Vista Village Apartments

LENEXA, Kan. - Monday the Lenexa Planning Commission approved plans to create a 260-unit apartment complex off Prairie Star Parkway. In January, the Lenexa City Council approved a revised site plan for a $120 million mixed-use project at the southeast corner of Prairie Star Parkway and Ridgeview Road.

Locals Looking For This Lady

KCMO police ask for public's help to find missing woman

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police in Kansas City, Missour, are asking for the public's help to find a missing woman diagnosed with mental illness. Kimberly R. Gater was last seen by her family Monday morning walking in the area of east 81st Street and Montgall Avenue, police said.

Searching For This Man From The Dotte

KCK issues Silver Alert for missing man not seen since Aug. 18

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (KCTV) - The Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for a missing man with dementia who has not been seen since Aug. 18. The KCKPD said Larry Greene, 69, was last seen near the University of Kansas Health System at 6 p.m. on Aug.

Kansas City Slice Of Life Redux

Kansas City man accused in daylight machete attack that injured one

A 44-year-old Kansas City man faces two felony charges in Jackson County Circuit Court for allegedly attacking a person with a machete last week on a residential block in the city's Key Coalition neighborhood. Cortez J. Bell is charged with first-degree assault and armed criminal action on Aug. 24.

Brit Bares All Again

Britney Spears seen for first time after her EXPLOSIVE YouTube rant

Spears, 40, was seen Tuesday driving near her home in Calabasas She appeared to be talking with her phone held to her mouth while driving The singer recently purchased a home in Calabasas with husband Sam Asghari It was her first sighting since she posted a 22-minute audio rant to YouTube The clip claimed that her parents conspired to start her conservatorship Britney Spears was spotted out on a drive nearly her recently purchased mansion in Calabasas, California, on Tuesday.

Survey Seyz Election Time Near

More than 40% of Americans think civil war likely within a decade

More than two-fifths of Americans believe civil war is at least somewhat likely in the next 10 years, according to a new survey - a figure that increases to more than half among self-identified "strong Republicans". Amid heated rhetoric from supporters of Donald Trump, the findings, in research by YouGov and the Economist, follow similar results in other polls.

MAG Doxxed By G-Men

Feds cite efforts to obstruct probe of docs at Trump estate

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department said Tuesday it had uncovered efforts to obstruct its investigation into the discovery of classified documents at former President Donald Trump's Florida estate , saying "government records were likely concealed and removed" from a storage room at the property.

Lockdown Double Down

China places millions into Covid lockdown again as economy continues to struggle

China has placed millions of its citizens under renewed lockdown after fresh outbreaks of Covid-19, authorities have reported, as the government persists in its hardline policy on containing the virus. The measures affected cities from the southern tech hub of Shenzhen to the northern port city of Dalian, and from the western metropolis of Chengdu to Shijiazhuang in central Hebei province.

Getting Off On The Almighty

God bless: Strongly religious people have a more satisfying love life

EXETER, United Kingdom - People who go to church are more likely to have a very satisfying sex life, a new study reveals. Researchers in the United Kingdom found that strongly religious individuals are typically more content with their bedroom activities than those who are not religious or engage in casual sex.

More Deets On Draw Down

Reactions and observations to KC Chiefs 53-man roster

The Kansas City Chiefs have reached the 53-player roster limit prior to today's 3:00 PM Central Time deadline by trimming over 20 players from the roster. Roster cut down day is always a sad day in the NFL as hundreds of young men across the league have their dream of playing pro football either ended or delayed.

Newspaper Now Mostly Trivia

Why is Kansas City called 'The City of Fountains?' Here's the nickname's hidden history

Kansas City in the late 1800s was on the cusp of a transformation. The country was rapidly changing, and this Midwestern town set out to become a bustling metropolis, reminiscent of European cities like Paris, with its wide boulevards and plazas equipped with monuments and fountains.

Erin Brings Nice Weather News

FORECAST: Low humidity continues Wednesday

Enjoy the break from the humidity for all your evening plans, Kansas City! Low humidity will hold again on Wednesday. Expect highs in the upper 80s. Into the holiday weekend, the heat is back on with highs near 90. Rainfall chances look to remain very low the next five to seven days.

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