Kansas City Community News Overnight

For the late night we gather a few important items of strictly local concern that deserve consideration for our fellow news junkies.

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Kansas City police issue Silver Alert for missing 78-year-old man

Kansas City police have issued a Silver Alert for a missing 78-year-old man.Police said Louis Hicks was last seen walking about 4:30 p.m. Monday in the area of the 14000 block of East 49th Street.Authorities said Hicks has been diagnosed with medical conditions which require care, and his family is concerned for his well-being.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City describe how shoes can boost confidence

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City serves roughly 8,000 kids. For more than a century, the club has helped children develop the skills, values and self-esteem needed to achieve greatness while working to combat poverty, a lack of opportunity and bullying.

Auction for Kansas City Chiefs 2019 Super Bowl ring opens

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs broke a 50 year Super Bowl drought when the team beat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV on FOX4. After winning the championship, the organization passed out Super Bowl rings to hundreds of people.

Blue Crew fans plan to pack Audi Field to cheer on KC Current in NWSL Championship

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Current continues to make history amid a massive season-to-season turnaround. "The on the field performance wasn't there, but you could tell something special was building," said Danielle Russell, a member of the KC Blue Crew.

Mavericks players pay a visit to patients at a hospital in Independence

Kansas City's East Coast Hockey League team, the Mavericks, took a break from practice to spend time with some very special fans Monday. Fans like Marybel Rodriguez, who discovered she had stage two breast cancer in February of 2022."Very emotional, a lot of crying," Rodriguez said of receiving her diagnosis.

Nine months later, Parkville woman still waiting on part for car repair

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Parkville, Missouri woman is still waiting on her car to be fixed more than nine months later. Jennifer Askins calls the wreck, a minor fender bender during a snow storm last winter.But according to the auto body shop it's part of lingering problems with the supply chain you may still encounter if you get in a wreck this winter.

KMBC 9 First Alert Meteorologist Neville Miller to join Bryan Busby weeknights

KMBC 9 First Alert Meteorologist Neville Miller is joining KMBC 9 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Bryan Busby on the weekday shift beginning this November. The station will feature coverage from both meteorologists five evenings/nights a week. KMBC 9 also plans to expand the First Alert Weather team by hiring a sixth meteorologist.

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