Kansas City Crime Scene: Record Breaking 2023 Homicide Pace Cont'd

Today we compile a great many headlines from across the metro but they're all impacted by the ongoing and HISTORIC disaster that KCMO is currently confronting.

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Recent gun violence claims lives of KCMO youth as city maintains pace for historically deadly year

Recent gun violence in Kansas City, Missouri, has claimed the lives of three teens as the city maintains pace for a historically deadly year.

Suspect in Johnson County police shooting has criminal history

FOX4 has learned the surviving suspect in this weekend's deadly police shooting, Andrea Rene Cothran, has a serious criminal history.

2-year-old injured in Kansas City, Kansas, double shooting

A Kansas City, Kansas, 2-year-old is recovering after a double shooting near 5th Street and Oakland Avenue. An 18-year-old was killed.

Drink and ride? What Missouri, Kansas laws say about passengers with open containers

Missouri and Kansas differ on the question of vehicle passengers carrying open alcohol containers. Here's what the laws say in each state.

Fairway police officer fighting for life following QuikTrip shooting

The police officer was responding to a stolen vehicle pursuit that ended in Mission on Sunday.

Fairway officer shooting hits home for dry cleaning business who works on department's uniforms

The Fairway community is reacting to a shooting that left an officer injured on Sunday morning at a QuikTrip in Mission.

Kansas City man hit by driver fleeing police in Westport had leg amputated, family says

Augie Adan's family is raising money to help pay for a prosthetic leg, as well as his recovery after the crash.

Local organization offers support for officers after traumatic events

Missouri seeing notable spike in motorcycle fatalities following change in helmet laws

Missouri is one of the deadliest states in the country for motorcyclists

Kansas City, Missouri police officer Tyler Moss celebrated during medical retirement ceremony

Kansas City, Missouri police officer Tyler Moss' career came full circle of sorts Monday morning as he was honored in a medical retirement ceremony.

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