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Man killed in shooting near 40th and Wabash

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One person is dead after a late-night shooting in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City police were called to 40th Street and Wabash Avenue to investigate a call of shots fired. When they arrived, police found one man with apparent gunshot wounds. He was rushed to an...
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29-year-old KC man killed in Ray County crash

RAYVILLE, Mo. — The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating a crash that killed a Kansas City man in Ray County overnight. According to the MSHP crash report, an off-road vehicle was turning onto Hardman Road near Rayville, Missouri, overnight when the vehicle slid across the road and rolled over.
Kansas City, MOKansas City Star

2 police officers, Kansas City woman, hospitalized following crash Saturday evening

Three people were hospitalized, including two police officers, in a crash Saturday evening in Kansas City. Just after 7:00 p.m. Saturday, two on-duty officers in a marked police car were driving westbound on US 71 Highway with their lights and sirens on, according to the Kansas City Police Department. The officers were headed toward an emergency call in the area of East Meyer Boulevard and Troost Avenue.
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Man dies after shooting on 40th Street and Wabash Avenue

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police responded to a shooting in the area of 40th Street and Wabash Avenue where they found an unresponsive male with apparent gunshot wounds late Saturday night. The victim was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries. There is no suspect information at...
Liberty, MOgladstonedispatch.com

Communications supervisor hits 100 years old

CLAY COUNTY — Turning 100 for John Thomas Duncan Sr. was quite a deal. His family first threw a party, mainly for family, and then an open house for others before his birthday on July 14. “There were a lot of family and friends stopping by,” he said. “It was...
Lake Winnebago, MO247Sports

Life of Fitz: Donnie Campbell in Lake Winnebago, Missouri

This edition of the Life of Fitz podcast features host Tim Fitzgerald calling his new friend and former Kansas State University quarterback from the 1980s, Donnie Campbell. Some listeners may remember Campbell playing at K-State from 1980-84, but what has now made him well known is the fact that in the 1990s he coached a player named Jason Sudeikis, who went on to become a comedian, a cast member of Saturday Night Live, a star in movies and now the star of the Apple TV+ series, Ted Lasso. It's a brilliant show, but Sudeikis has now credited Campbell for being part of the inspiration for the Ted Lasso character, an American football coach who is hired to coach an English Premier League team despite knowing nothing about soccer. The character, and the show, is charming and funny. Since Sudeikis credited Campbell, he's now done many interviews and even appeared recently on NBC's The Today Show. A coach and teacher, Campbell started his career in the Shawnee Mission school district, moved to the Blue Valley School District, and now has moved across the state line in Kansas City to the Lee's Summit, Missouri, school district.
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Kansas City Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Kansas City: Sunday, August 1: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Monday, August 2: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Tuesday, August 3: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Wednesday, August 4: Sunny during
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‘You Deserve To Die’: Police Chief Unleashes on Father After Rescuing Baby The Dad Allegedly Tried to Drown

A former Greenwood, Missouri, police chief has pleaded guilty to assault charges related to the suspected attempted murder of a 6-month-old girl. According to the Associated Press, Jonathon Zicarelli walked into the Greenwood police station, which is a suburb of Kansas City, and confessed to trying to drown his 6-month-old daughter in a pond near the station. Officers rushed to the scene and found the baby unconscious and face-down in the pond. Her lungs were filled with water and she was reportedly suffering from severe hypothermia. The officers worked to revive her while waiting for paramedics, who then transported her to a hospital. The baby survived.