Kansas City Crime Scene: Pharma Guilty Plea, Cop Killer Suspect Appeal & Baller Fate

Tonight we share another gathering of ALLEGED misdeeds, court cases and ongoing disputes.

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Anesthesiologist admits he stole fentanyl while working at Kansas City hospital

A Kansas City, Missouri, man who worked as an anesthesiologist at two Kansas City-area hospitals pleaded guilty Thursday to illegally obtaining fentanyl.

Attorney pushes motion to dismiss for woman charged in Fairway officer's death

Andrea Cothran faces a first-degree murder charge along with other felonies in connection with the series of events that led to the death of Ofc. Jonah Oswald.

Getting property back from Kansas police is really hard, even for the innocent. That will change

Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly signed the Kansas law that denies civil asset forfeiture in cases of lower level crimes like simple possession of drugs. It also forces police to return seized property faster.

MO lawmakers push to keep convicted pharmacist Robert Courtney behind bars

Robert Courtney Release: Missouri Representatives contact the Department of Corrections and the Department of Justice to oppose the disgraced pharmacist's move from prison to home confinement.

Fake Amazon van leads to illegal marijuana bust in McClain County

A fake Amazon delivery van led Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) agents to an illegal marijuana operation in McClain County Monday.

Victim dies from injuries in January crash in Kansas City, Missouri

Police say a man injured in a crash in January 2024 in Kansas City, Missouri, has died from his injuries.

Former BVSW trainer pleads guilty to child sex crimes

A former athletic trainer at Blue Valley Southwest High School pleaded guilty to two child sex crimes.

Weinstein's conviction overturned but same rule won't apply to Golubski. Here's why | Opinion

Harvey Weinstein's sex crime conviction was overturned due to use of prior bad acts. In KCK case vs. Roger Golubski, witnesses can testify.

Shawnee first responders reunite with teen who helped save man's life

Shawnee police and fire department come together to meet 17-year-old Marina Johnson for a second time.

Goodell: NFL will let legal process play out before determining punishment for Rice

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league will wait until the legal process plays out before determining a punishment for Rashee Rice.

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