Kansas City Crime Scene: Rashee Rice Admission & Family Tragedy

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Community shocked after respected family of 3 found dead in suspected murder-suicide

The family found dead in their Northland home are being remembered as kind and well-respected.

Chiefs WR Rashee Rice admits involvement in Dallas crash, TMZ reports

No one was killed in the high speed crash and in the chain reaction fender benders that followed.

Kansas City Chiefs' Rashee Rice leased Lamborghini involved in Dallas crash, company's attorney says

An attorney for a Dallas-area exotic car rental company told the Associated Press Tuesday that Chiefs' Rashee Rice was leasing a Lamborghini SUV involved in a crash Saturday.

Missouri traffic stop leads to 90-pound cocaine bust

Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper stopped a driver in Lafayette County, just east of Kansas City, and found 88-pounds of cocaine hidden inside the vehicle.

Missouri man sentenced for bank robbery in Shawnee

A Missouri man was sentenced for a bank robbery that occurred in Shawnee, Kan.

Teen victim identified in deadly KCK double shooting

The Kansas City, Kansas Police Department has identified 15-year-old Chris Jones as the victim killed in a double shooting on March 28

Kansas Legislature sends governor bill outlawing abortion coercion with maximum 25-year sentence * Kansas Reflector

The GOP-controlled Kansas Legislature overwhelmingly forwards a bill to Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly outlawing coercion of women to have an abortion.

Authorities explain what to do if you see these signs of child abuse

The child advocacy center of Douglas County and Lawrence Police are sounding the alarm about child abuse being a widespread issue in Kansas and beyond.

Should Missouri judges impose death sentence when jury is deadlocked? - Missourinet

When a jury cannot unanimously agree on a prison sentence for someone who is convicted of first-degree murder, Missouri law allows the trial's judge to decide whether the person should be sentenced to death. Rep. Bishop Davidson, R-Republic, is sponsoring a bill that would only let juries decide whether a convicted murderer should die - [...]

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