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Clay County 18-year-old missing for over a week: sheriff’s office
The Clay County Sheriff's Office is searching for Andrew Mullin, a missing 18-year-old who hasn't been seen in over a week.
Rick Jackson (February 15, 1948 - December 2, 2023)
Richard Lee “Rick” Jackson, son of Rolla Vance and Virginia Aileen (Greer) Jackson, was born February 15, 1948 in Kansas City, Missouri. He departed this life Saturday, December 2, 2023 in his home, Buckner, Missouri, at the age of seventy-five years, nine months and seventeen days. He was...
WATCH: Driver Leads Police on Chase While Towing Large Mobile Home
Police in Missouri released footage of an “unusual” incident that unfolded on Thanksgiving when a pickup truck tried hauling a 70-foot mobile home along a highway in Excelsior Springs. The bizarre chase was caught on police dash camera, as seen here. Excelsior Springs Police Sgt Kyle Craven said police saw a truck hauling a “big ol’ house” […]
Thieves charge $58K on victims’ credit cards, police say
Police in a Kansas City suburb are looking for thieves believed to have charged more than $58,000 from the victims’ credit cards.
Excelsior Springs man sentenced to 7 years in prison for manslaughter
Ryan A. Gillispie, 39, of Excelsior Springs, has been sentenced to 7 years in prison in connection with a Independence shooting in 2021.
Blue Springs holds Christmas tree lighting ceremony
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — The holidays have officially arrived in Blue Springs. The mayor flipped the switch to the Christmas tree on Tuesday night. KMBC First Alert Meteorologist Pete Grigsby was in the middle of the honors. Santa Claus also made a special appearance.
Bates City man facing felony charges following traffic stop in Lafayette County
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Mo. - A Bates City man is facing multiple felony charges after his arrest during a traffic stop on Monday, December 4. Shawn LeRoy Crowley is charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, stealing a firearm, controlled substance possession, and driving while revoked, according to online court information.
Local Crimes Unveil a National Epidemic of Digital Identity Theft
The Liberty Police Department is grappling with a recent spree of wallet thefts in Clay County, highlighting a concerning trend in local crime. A couple, now the face of these offenses, has racked up an alarming $58,000 in fraudulent charges on credit cards stolen from unsuspecting victims. This troubling development underscores a nationwide surge in identity theft, as the digital age offers criminals new avenues to exploit personal information for financial gain.
MO blue springs's Most Loveable Kittens Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around blue springs..
Deadly motorcycle accident halts traffic on National and Kearney
Deadly motorcycle accident halts traffic on National and Kearney.
3 open county public health board seats on April ballot
CLAY COUNTY — The public health board of Clay County will have three seats open on the April 2024 ballot. Filing for candidates seeking elected office is open through 5 p.m. Dec. 26. Each seat carries a four-year term. Filing must be done during regular business hours at the...
Good Samaritan rescues man after crash north of Excelsior Springs
Just a couple of weeks ago, Cameron Kurzweil of Lawson was on his way home from work around 1 a.m. on Hwy 69, north of Excelsior Springs.
The Growing Menace of Digital Pickpocketing: A Real-World Example and Protective Measures
In the quiet suburbs of Kansas City, a male and female duo have recently been implicated in a series of credit card thefts, igniting worries about the vulnerability of local communities to digital fraud. Liberty, Missouri police report that these suspects have accrued fraudulent charges topping $58,000, striking at the wallets of unsuspecting victims and leaving a trail of unauthorized transactions. With the investigation ongoing and the total number of impacted victims still unclear, the community is on high alert as authorities seek public assistance in apprehending the perpetrators.
Taco Bell employees in Liberty worried after carbon monoxide scare
LIBERTY, Mo. (KCTV) - One person was sent to the hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning after a scare Sunday morning at a Taco Bell in Liberty. Two other people were treated for CO poisoning, but they did not require a trip to the hospital. It happened at the Taco Bell...
A Crystal Shop Opens up in Independence
A new and unique business opens in Independence. Stone and Sage Crystals opened in April of this year and recently celebrated their ribbon cutting with the Independence Chamber of Commerce. Owner Larin Tucker says they offer a diverse range of products and services, catering to the varied interests of the community.
Legislator to host town hall regarding future of Chiefs, Royals with Jackson County
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - On Nov. 15, 2022, Royals owner John Sherman announced the club would move on from Kauffman Stadium and explore options for a future stadium site. More than 12 months later, all indications point to the team still being unsure of where a ballpark and adjoining district will find a home. And politicians can’t seem to agree on how much funding will be earmarked for the project.
Jackson County jail construction prepares for next building phase
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Construction on the new Jackson County jail may “go vertical” by the end of the month. Jackson County Administrator Troy Schulte provided the update during the legislature’s weekly meeting Monday afternoon. Schulte said the project met all design requirements and is ready...
With crosses representing lives lost, KC may lose more than ever before
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Kansas City is getting a clear picture of how violent Jackson County has become with the crosses that have been placed in the ground outside The Gathering Baptist Church on Noland Avenue in Independence. Mothers in Charge, along with Pastors from various churches in Kansas...
Downtown Lee’s Summit development to start construction soon
Lee’s Summit is nearing construction on a development project that will repurpose a block across from its City Hall as a community space. A preliminary development plan and rezoning for the Downtown Market Plaza project, a joint effort by the city and Lane4 Property Group Inc., awaits the City Council’s second reading, after a unanimous first approval […]
A Foodie's Take on The Buffet at Harrah's Kansas City
During my stay at Harrah's Kansas City, I had the chance to experience their buffet. I must admit, I was a bit skeptical at first, especially after trying their Mac and cheese, which didn't quite hit the mark for me. However, I found solace in their small elephant bottles of drinks, which were a delightful surprise.