Kansas City Crime Scene: Road Rage Gunfire & Community Outreach

A few things beside the stadium debate worth considering right now as we consider the plight of local crime victims, ALLEGED misdeeds, court cases and faith community frustration with historic violence.

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Stolen van parked outside Ronald McDonald house leaves family trying to pick up the pieces

A stolen van parked behind a Ronald McDonald house has left one family desperately trying to pick up the pieces.

Woman charged in death of 2-year-old child who ingested fentanyl

A woman is charged with endangering the welfare of a child - death of a child - and involuntary manslaughter after a two-year-old child ingested fentanyl and died.

Kansas City man charged in fatal Midtown shooting

A Kansas City man has been charged following a fatal shooting in the early morning hours of March 20.

Overland Park police looking for suspect in I-435 road rage shooting incident

Police received a report shortly before 6 a.m. of the incident that happened on westbound Interstate 435 near U.S. 69 Highway.

Police hope to identify KCK restaurant robbery suspects by one's tattoos

Police continue a more than three-month-long search for three aggravated robbery suspects and are hoping the tattoos of one can help identify them.

Man sues prosecutor over records. He claims they could help prove innocence in KC murder

A former deputy Jackson County medical examiner testified at William Condit's 1996 murder trial. But prosecutors never told his attorney that the ME had been fired.

Blue Springs police will live stream 911 calls to test out technology, explore ways to improve response times

For those anyone who's had to call 911, they may know seconds can sometimes feel like forever during an emergency.

Police ID two killed in Southwest Boulevard crash in Kansas City, Kansas

The crash was reported just before 6:40 p.m. Friday, March 22, in the area of N. Iowa Street and Southwest Boulevard.

Tennessee woman ordered to stand trial in fatal shooting of Johnson County police officer

A Johnson County judge found there was sufficient evidence for Andrea Cothran to stand trial in the killing of Fairway officer Jon Oswald.

Kansas City church leaders share their plans to stop gun violence

Church leaders in Kansas City, Mo are taking on gun violence in a team effort approach with the city and county to avoid another record setting year in killings. However, they say the community's help would be invaluable.

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