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Chiefs Star Makes Feelings On Tyreek Hill Very Clear

The Tyreek Hill trade was one of the most shocking moves of the NFL offseason. In a matter of hours, the Chiefs sent their most explosive playmaker to Miami. Kansas City moved on from Hill largely for contract reasons. Once the All-Pro wideout was officially a Dolphin, he signed a massive four-year, $120 million extension.
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87-Year-Old Man Emailed His Children His Plans Before Killing Wife and Himself: Authorities

An elderly man in Kansas shot and killed his bedridden wife, then died by suicide, according to cops. Neighbors reportedly said that Frank Mayfield, 87, and Donna Mayfield, 87, were a loving couple, and that incident was both a tragic shock and out of character for them. Frank Mayfield wrote his children an email explaining his plans before the incident, authorities said in a KMBC report. Officers did not detail this message.
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KC Chiefs: Brett Veach’s biggest free agent misses

Brett Veach as GM of the Kansas City Chiefs has made some great value signings but what are some of his biggest misses when it comes to free agent signings?. Brett Veach has made a lot of both great and bold moves as general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs, especially when it comes to free agency. To go along with the biggest hits, he does have some misses that the Chiefs will likely want back.
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No injuries after train derails in Wyandotte County

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (KCTV) --- No one was hurt Friday after a train derailed near Bonner Springs, Kan. The derailment happened at 142nd Street and Loring Road. The Kansas City, Kan., Fire Department says 21 rail cars completely derailed, nine of which were low pressure tank cars transporting isobutane. No...
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AFC Notes: Melvin Gordon, Broncos, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Chiefs

Broncos HC Nathaniel Hackett is excited to incorporate RB Melvin Gordon into the team’s offense. “He’s a spectacular running back and he’s been a great running back in this league for a long time,” Hackett said, via Broncos Wire. “You can’t have too many good running backs at that position. He’s a powerful runner downhill and at the same time, he has the speed to be able to stretch it in the outside zone. We’re happy to have him and happy to integrate him in.”
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One dead following shooting at 82nd, Troost in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- A man is dead Friday night following a shooting at 82nd and Troost in Kansas City. The shooting call was reported to police at around 8:05 p.m. on Friday evening. There’s no immediate suspect information at this time. This is a developing story. Stay...
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Ten Missouri residents indicted for methamphetamine conspiracy and illegal firearms

Ten Missouri residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, as well as for illegally possessing firearms. David M. Jones, also known as “Davo,” 29, Nathaniel Finney, also known as “Nate,” 33, Joshua T. Fluker, also known as “Jizzle,” 29, Reggie McDowell, also known as “Dime,” 25, and Isaac J. Wilson, also known as “Hothead” and “Meces,” 27, all of Kansas City, Mo., and Jason Lumpkin, also known as “Lump,” 34, Vincent T. Jackson, also known as “Squeak,” 31, Steffon Rainey, also known as “Cheese” and “Money,” 30, Shane Mitchell, also known as “Biggz,” 27, and Deonte E. Willams, also known as ‘Tae” and “Locc,” 29, whose addresses are unknown, were charged in a 26-count indictment returned under seal by a federal jury in Kansas City, Mo., on Tuesday, June 22. That indictment was unsealed and made public following the arrests of most of the defendants in a metro-wide law enforcement operation this morning.
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Woman arrested after leading authorities on three-county chase

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - A 39-year-old Colorado woman was arrested after leading authorities on a three-county chase through eastern Kansas. As deputies were attempting to arrest Rebecca Estrada during a traffic stop on I-35 at mile marker 135 Saturday morning, Estrada resisted and fled in her Ford Expedition. The pursuit continued through Coffey, Osage and Franklin Counties before ending at a Love’s truck stop in Ottawa following a three-and-a-half-hour standoff.
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Train derails near Bonner Springs Friday evening

BONNER SPRINGS, Kan. — A train derailed Friday evening near Bonner Springs. The Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department said 21 rail cars were off the tracks, including nine low-pressure tank cars carrying isobutane. The fire department said there were no leaks or spills. No one was hurt. Authorities said...
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Lawrence community members rally downtown for abortion rights

The same day that the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade — the landmark ruling that guaranteed abortion rights nationwide — a few dozen Lawrence community members rallied downtown. Nothing has changed in Kansas, and those who need access to an abortion can still get one, but...
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