Holt, MOkttn.com

Four-vehicle crash north of Holt results in multiple injuries

Multiple individuals sustained injuries in a four-vehicle accident one mile north of Holt on Friday afternoon, July 30. The Highway Patrol reports the passenger of one vehicle, 40-year-old Natasha Repp of Centerville, Iowa received serious injuries and was taken to the Liberty Hospital. The driver of that vehicle, 41-year-old Stacey Traxler of Centerville, was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center with what were considered moderate injuries. The driver of another vehicle, 74-year-old David McLaughlin, and his passenger, 74-year-old Sharon McLaughlin, both of Dubuque, Iowa, were taken to the Liberty Hospital with minor injuries. No injuries were reported for the drivers of the other two vehicles, 60-year-old John Copeland of Chillicothe and 73 year old Betty Dignan of Cameron.
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Kansas City, MOKCTV 5

2 Kansas City police officers, woman injured in crash

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Two Kansas City police officers suffered non-life threatening injuries after their vehicle was struck on Saturday evening. The wreck happened around Prospect Avenue and Gregory Boulevard about 7:05 p.m. on Saturday. A patrol car sustained serious damage in the crash. Police say the two officers...
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Kansas City, MOfox4kc.com

Kansas City mayor says conference is considering canceling because of ‘current COVID crisis’

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City’s mayor said the city’s current COVID-19 surge is causing other issues too. Mayor Quinton Lucas tweeted that he received a letter from a conference that is scheduled to be held in the Kansas City metro this fall. He said organizers are reconsidering holding the event in Kansas City because of the area’s number of COVID-19 cases.
Kansas StatePosted by
St. Joseph Post

Kansas police investigating deaths of 4 adults over 2 days

KANSAS CITY —Law enforcement authorities are investigating a series of homicides in Kansas City, Kansas. Just after 11p.m. Friday, police responded to the area of 72nd and Splitlog Circle and found a man in his mid to late 30s in the backyard of a home, according to a media release. He had died from an apparent gunshot wound.
Gardner, KSgardnernews.com

Gardner ends snow removal for downtown area sidewalks

Downtown sidewalks will no longer be cleared of snow by Gardner city crews, as has been done for more than a decade. A message sent via the Gardner Chamber of Commerce, said, in part, “Dear Valued Business Owner: This email is to inform you that as of today, July 15, 2021, the City of Gardner will no longer provide snow and ice removal services to the downtown area. While the city has previously offered this assistance to downtown business owners as a courtesy, our current resources will not allow us to continue. Please contact the Gardner Chamber of Commerce to connect you with individuals or local businesses should you need snow removal assistance.”
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Hutch Post

Kan. woman's killer won't have to register as sex offender

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court says a man who beat an Overland Park woman and then left her to die does not have to register as a sex offender. Korrey Raine White Rinke was sentenced in December 2019 to life in prison with the possibility of parole in 25 years for the 2016 death of Julianna Pappas.