Kansas City Crime Scene: National News Picks Up Local Discrimination & Drug Stories

In this blast we keep up to date with more than a few stories of convictions and tragic outcomes. 

Also . . . We share a look at national news considering alleged crimes and challenges confronting police.

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Kansas City police investigating after video appears to show Black woman called 'animal' during arrest

Kansas City, Missouri, police said there is an ongoing investigation and review after video appeared to show an officer refer to a Black woman as an "animal" during an arrest.

Kansas City Chiefs fans deaths: 'Hard to see scenario where something unusual didn't happen,' lawyer says

Tony Kagay, the attorney for Clayton McGeeney's family, said it would be "very hard to explain" how Jordan Willis didn't realize his friends were "frozen in his backyard for two days."

Shawnee man sentenced to over 8 years for 2023 fatal crash involving elderly man

A Johnson County judge sentenced Zakary J. Ignowski on Wednesday to just over eight years in prison for a 2023 crash that took the life of a man and critically injured a woman.

Woman inmate found dead at Platte County Detention Center, jail officials say

An investigation is underway after a woman in custody at the Platte County Detention Center was found dead last week, officials at the jail said.

Kansas City man convicted in East Bottoms double homicide | Northeast News

Michael BushnellPublisher A Jackson County jury convicted 36-year-old Cleon D. White on Wednesday, January 31 for a double homicide in 2020 in Kansas City's East Bottoms neighborhood. White was convicted...

Investigators renew calls for information about missing woman found deceased

On the eve of the third anniversary of the day a Clay County woman went missing before she was found dismembered, investigators have renewed calls for information that could lead to an arrest.

Kansas City woman discovers her missing car was sold and scrapped

A Kansas City woman doesn't have her car after it was taken off her street in the middle of the day.

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