The bond between two elementary school co-workers has grown even more through a unique donation. More>>
North Korea said Friday that it executed Kim Jong Un's uncle as a traitor for trying to seize supreme power, a stunning end for the leader's former mentor, long considered the country's No. 2. More>>
A would-be burglar may have landed himself and an innocent victim in the hospital Thursday night.
Fans of the popular hot chili sauce Sriracha may need to stock up for the holidays and New Year. More>>
The Kansas City Zoo said they are saddened by the loss of Intan, a 24-year old female orangutan. More>>
Police are asking for help finding gunmen who robbed two area thrift stores this week. More>>
Days after the Missouri Supreme Court upheld a law that could allow thousands of students to transfer out of Kansas City Public Schools, the district says they're going back to court. More>>
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for most of the KCTV5 viewing area.
A narrow band of moderate to heavy snow will begin Friday afternoon and last through Friday night. See a timeline of the storm.
Some local charities are pleading for donations as demand from needy families far exceeds the number of toys available for children this Christmas. More>>
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Flames swept through a Kansas City home early Thursday morning, forcing a family of 11 out into the bitter cold. More>>
The holidays can be a tough time for those mourning the loss of a loved one. But in the metro, one organization is hoping to make this holiday season a little brighter for families of fallen soldiers. More>>
One day since the metro learned Kansas City School District students can transfer out of the district, there are still a lot of unanswered questions.
What are Nikita and Berlin up to today at the Kansas City Zoo? Find out here in this live polar-bear camera. The free, online viewing allows anyone to watch Nikita and Berlin up close from their computer.