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Kansas City Feb 28 Weekly Crime Report: 22 Incidents and 23 Crime Stories
Kansas City Feb 28 Weekly Crime Report: 22 Incidents and 23 Crime Stories. During the last week, Kansas City has seen a surge in crime rates with a total of 22 reported cases. The data shows an alarming prevalence of Assault and Theft, each accounting for 7 incidents, making up almost 64% of the total crimes. The city also witnessed 3 cases of Shooting, 2 cases of Vandalism, and 2 Burglaries. The least occurring crime was Arrest with only 1 case reported. The data suggests a concerning state of law and order in the place, with a significant amount of violent crimes like Assault and Shooting. The authorities need to take immediate and effective measures to curb the escalating crime rates and ensure the safety of the residents.
Amber Alert continues for 1-year-old Texas boy last seen in Kansas City
KANSAS CITY —The MSHP issued an Amber Alert in Kansas City for a missing 1-year-old Noah Johnson from Houston, Texas. The boy was last seen with 38-year-old Kamilah Johnson at a Walmart on West 133rd Street in Kansas City, Missouri, on February 26, 2024, at 9:45p.m. They were traveling in a white 2007 GMC Yukon with a Texas license plate of STM7097.
Why Kansas City Super Bowl parade shooting suspects could have a ‘formidable defense’ using state’s ‘stand your ground’ law
Court documents reveal the suspects in the Kansas City parade shooting could be using Missouri’s “stand your ground” law as a defense. Earlier this month, a shooting broke out as people gathered for the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl celebration in front of the city’s Union Station. Lyndell Mays, 23, and Dominic Miller, 18, were […]
Dirty Kansas City: Homeless camp south of 18th and Vine causes concern
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A more than 20-acre stretch near Lincoln College Preparatory Academy on Kansas City's east side is causing concern for neighbors and people trying to combat homelessness in Kansas City. The parcels of property are included in a multi-million-dollar development project that has yet to gain...
Infant and toddler abandoned in woods rescued during search for on-the-run suspect
Police in Missouri rescued an infant and toddler who were abandoned in the woods by a suspect on the run.Harrowing footage shows the moment Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies found the two children deep in the Jacksonville woods on Friday 16 February.Suspect Justin Ryan Trompeter is facing a laundry list of charges including child neglect, domestic violence assault, robbery, theft, harassment, and reckless endangerment.Upon being found, the children were checked by medics and are now in the care of the Department of Human Services.The suspect remains at large. Read More Sunak takes aim at Starmer: ‘We expel antisemites, he makes them MPs’Pro-Palestine protesters flood NBC lobby as Biden meets with show host Seth MeyersMoment British man tries walking into Russia to meet online girlfriend
Photos show life in Kansas City before and after 60-degree overnight temperature drop
Wow! That was a shock. Compare how 60-degree drop in temperature changed life in Kansas City in less than a day.
5 companies own 8,000 Kansas City area homes, creating intense competition for residents
Brenna Dwyer was in a race to buy her first home. When she and her sister decided to purchase a house together in 2020, they didn’t realize how steep the competition would be — or who they were up against. “If we would find a house we liked and needed to think about it, by […] The post 5 companies own 8,000 Kansas City area homes, creating intense competition for residents appeared first on The Beacon.
‘It is very contagious’: Local doctors send warning as norovirus cases surge
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - A highly contagious bug is on the rise across the nation. Now, doctors are reporting an increase in norovirus cases locally. “It is very contagious. Less than 100 particles can get somebody sick,” Dr. Matt Shoemaker, an infectious disease expert at the University of Kansas Health System said.
Savor the Flavor: Four Must-Try Pizzas in Kansas City
In this article, we're exploring four exceptional pizzerias in Kansas City. Have you had the chance to taste their delicious offerings yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
KCMO credit union robbed after suspect threatens explosive device
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - A credit union in Kansas City was robbed Tuesday afternoon when a man entered the bank and gave the teller a demand. FBI Kansas City said the Mazuma Credit Union at 9300 Troost Ave. was robbed at approximately 1 p.m. “The suspect entered the bank...
31-year-old man drowns at Truman Lake trying to grab fishing net
31-year-old Skyler Lewis of Gravolis Mills died following a drowning incident at Truman Lake near Shawnee Bend in Warsaw according to MSHP.
16-year-old identified as victim in Kansas City hit-and-run
Kansas City police have identified a 16-year-old killed in a hit-and-run crash over the weekend.
Motorcyclist dies when woman driving newly-purchased car drives wrong way
A two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon killed a Harley Davidson motorcycle driver and injured his rider in east Kansas City, Missouri.
More free counseling offered in the wake of Chiefs rally shooting
JACKSON COUNTY —In the wake of shootings at Union Station on Feb. 14, the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office will hold a free counseling session Wednesday from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Ennovation Center in Independence, according to Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker. The Ennovation Center is conveniently...
KC’s Parade Park Homes could be replaced with over 1,000 new residences
A redevelopment plan for Parade Park Homes could tear down most existing structures in phases to make way for more than 1,000 new residences.
89 Years Later This Missouri FBI Cold Case Still Remains Unsolved
You have probably never heard of Artemus Ogletree, but the case surrounding his death remains unsolved 89 years later. At the age of 20, a man by the name of Roland T. Owen checked himself into a Kansas City Hotel (President Hotel) on January 2, 1935. Two days after checking into the hotel the 20-year-old Owen would be dead. Found in his hotel room stabbed and bound by the ankles he would later die from his injuries.
FIRST WARN tonight as winter storms move in while today upper 70s break record heat!
Temperatures are expected to soar into the upper 70s Tuesday with snow opportunities arriving between 6 and 10 p.m.
Can these Black veterans revive Kansas City's roller-skating scene?
Skaters of all skill levels filled the rink on a recent Friday night at Winnwood Skate Center in Kansas City, the metro’s new mecca for Black skate culture. They were there because of the work of Knejie Allen and Adontis Atkins, two Black Air Force veterans who last fall opened the region’s only stand-alone roller-skating school, SK8 Shot Studios, at 16th Street and Burlington Road in North Kansas City. KCUR's Lawrence Brooks IV brings us their story.