Kansas City, Breaking News, Weather, Sports | Missouri, Kansas - KCTV5

Latest Headlines

(KCTV5) (KCTV5)

Kansas City police investigate double shooting on Denver Avenue

Updated:

Two people were shot in the 400 block of Denver Avenue in Kansas City Tuesday night. 

More>>

More News

Residents worried KCK park is toxic and dangerous

Updated:

A new playground is up at John Garland Park, and that's alarming to some Kansas City, KS residents. The park has a sordid past.

More>>

Missouri city accused of extortion after driver forced to pay extra fee for speeding ticket

Updated:

The lawyer for a local driver who was ticketed for speeding in a small town north of Hannibal says the city tried to force his client to pay an extra $100 fee for a speeding ticket.  

More>>

Politics and the fallen: Trump hasn't called all families Video included

Updated:

Trump stirs a nest by claiming predecessors did not sufficiently honor military dead, draws heated responses.

More>>

Californians head back home to altered lives, communities Video included

Updated:

The fires, the deadliest cluster in California history, have killed at least 41 people and destroyed nearly 6,000 homes.

More>>

US-backed forces celebrate fall of IS 'capital,' Raqqa Video included

Updated:

Losing Raqqa has been a huge blow for IS, which has steadily lost territory in Iraq and Syria, including Iraq's second largest city of Mosul few months ago.

More>>

StormTrack 5 Forecast: Warm up continues, rain returns to the forecast this weekend

Gary Amble says the warm up will continue for Kansas City this week - and rain returns to the forecast on Saturday! 

More>>

KU, Mizzou sell out ticket inventories for charity basketball game

All tickets are sold out for a charity exhibition game between the Kansas Jayhawks and Missouri Tigers men's basketball teams. 

More>>

Carlson says nation shifting on harassment issue

(Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File) (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)
Updated:

Between the continued fallout from the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment case and the mushrooming "me too" social media campaign, Gretchen Carlson's book on fighting back against abusive behavior couldn't be timed any better. 

More>>

Principal: Staley HS students not injured after being targeted with BB guns

Staley High School (FILE) Staley High School (FILE)
Updated:

The principal at Staley High School said students were targeted with BB guns after school on Tuesday. 

More>>

'Person of interest' released after 3 missing Tonganoxie foster children found safe

Updated:

Police are releasing the man who they say was at one time believed to be a person of interest in the disappearances of three foster girls.

More>>

North Korea says it plans to launch many more satellites

(Meredith Image) (Meredith Image)
Updated:

North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador says the country plans to launch many more satellites and is accusing the United States of trying to block its efforts to help achieve the peaceful development of outer space.

More>>

Officers fired after removal of United passenger

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz apologized for the forcible removal of a paying passenger from one of its flights on April 9th, 2017 and called the episode "truly horrific." United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz apologized for the forcible removal of a paying passenger from one of its flights on April 9th, 2017 and called the episode "truly horrific."
Updated:

Chicago aviation officials fired two officers and suspended two others involved in the forcible removal of a United Airlines passenger from a packed flight. 

More>>

Han Solo 'Star Wars' film gets a title

(Disney Studios via AP) (Disney Studios via AP)
Updated:

The Han Solo "Star Wars" prequel film finally has a name, and the title is a little on the nose.

More>>

Theft of 11-year-old's bike caught on camera in Lee's Summit

What kind of a person would steal a bicycle from a child? The Lee's Summit Police Department wants your help finding the suspect. KCTV5's Kelli Taylor has more. 

More>>

Women ID as assault, harassment victims with 'me too' tweets

Updated:

Thousands of women respond to actress Alyssa Milano's call to tweet "me too" in order to raise awareness of sexual harassment and assault amid allegations of sexual misconduct by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

More>>

Despite loss to Pittsburgh, Chiefs confident they'll bounce back against Raiders

The Kansas City Chiefs are preparing for the Oakland Raiders this Thursday. Players and coaches are confident they'll bounce back after a tough loss to Pittsburgh. 

More>>

Neighbors in Kansas City neighborhood fight to keep apartment complex out

People who live in one historic part of Kansas City are fighting to keep a planned apartment complex out. It's happening in the Valentine Neighborhood north of Westport. 

More>>

Passenger says Delta crew stopped her from singing anthem

(Dr. Pamela Gaudry via AP). This undated photo provided by Dr. Pamela Gaudry shows Gaudry at her home in Georgia. Gaudry said her plan to honor a fallen soldier by singing the U.S. national anthem aboard a Delta Air Lines plane carrying the soldier's c... (Dr. Pamela Gaudry via AP). This undated photo provided by Dr. Pamela Gaudry shows Gaudry at her home in Georgia. Gaudry said her plan to honor a fallen soldier by singing the U.S. national anthem aboard a Delta Air Lines plane carrying the soldier's c...
Updated:

By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - A Georgia physician said her plan to honor a fallen soldier by singing the U.S. national anthem aboard a Delta Air Lines plane carrying the soldier's casket was stopped by a flight attendant who told her it would violate company policy. Dr. Pamela Gaudry of Savannah said she and fellow passengers were told "to stay quietly in our seats" as an honor guard escorted the casket from the plane Saturday at Hartsfield-Jackson At... More>>

Police: Woman who feared deportation drowned 2 boys

(Wilmington Police Department via AP) This undated photo provided by the Wilmington Police Department shows Kula Pelima. Police in Delaware's largest city have charged Pelima with drowning her infant son and the baby's 5-year-old half brother. (Wilmington Police Department via AP) This undated photo provided by the Wilmington Police Department shows Kula Pelima. Police in Delaware's largest city have charged Pelima with drowning her infant son and the baby's 5-year-old half brother.
Updated:

(AP) -- A woman drowned her infant son and his 5-year-old half brother in a bathtub hours after she called police and told them she was worried about being deported, a Delaware police chief said Tuesday. Kula Pelima, a native of Liberia who has lived in the U.S. for two decades, called 911 about 3:45 a.m. Monday, fearing that her visa had lapsed, Wilmington Police Chief Robert Tracy said at a news conference. It's not clear why Pelima was worried. Immigration and Customs Enforcement... More>>

  • Top SlideshowsMore>>

  • Slideshow: The 50 best places to live in America, ranked

    Slideshow: The 50 best places to live in America, ranked

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 3:44 PM EDT2017-10-17 19:44:22 GMT

    Check out the 50 best places to live in America, ranked based on an index of dozens of socioeconomic indicators. Is your city one of them?

    More >

    Check out the 50 best places to live in America, ranked based on an index of dozens of socioeconomic indicators. Is your city one of them?

    More >
  • Slideshow: Wildfires ravage California, melting cars, destroying homes

    Slideshow: Wildfires ravage California, melting cars, destroying homes

    Friday, October 13 2017 1:05 PM EDT2017-10-13 17:05:15 GMT
    Rivers of melted metal flow from a vehicle parked at a home, Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017, that was destroyed by a wildfire near Napa, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)Rivers of melted metal flow from a vehicle parked at a home, Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017, that was destroyed by a wildfire near Napa, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

    Wildfires continue to rage across northern California in what is now the deadliest week of wildfires in state history. Photos show the destructive power of the swiftly moving flames.

    More >

    Wildfires continue to rage across northern California in what is now the deadliest week of wildfires in state history. Photos show the destructive power of the swiftly moving flames.

    More >
  • Slideshow: Portraits of the victims of the Las Vegas shooting

    Slideshow: Portraits of the victims of the Las Vegas shooting

    Thursday, October 12 2017 11:07 AM EDT2017-10-12 15:07:16 GMT
    (Sources: CNN/AP)(Sources: CNN/AP)

    One was a nurse who died protecting his wife. Another devoted her life to teaching children with special needs. They were people from different walks of life who had gathered to enjoy a country music festival.

    More >

    One was a nurse who died protecting his wife. Another devoted her life to teaching children with special needs. They were people from different walks of life who had gathered to enjoy a country music festival.

    More >
  • SportsSportsMore>>

  • KU, Mizzou sell out ticket inventories for charity basketball game

    KU, Mizzou sell out ticket inventories for charity basketball game

    All tickets are sold out for a charity exhibition game between the Kansas Jayhawks and Missouri Tigers men's basketball teams. 

    More >

    All tickets are sold out for a charity exhibition game between the Kansas Jayhawks and Missouri Tigers men's basketball teams. 

    More >
  • Despite loss to Pittsburgh, Chiefs confident they'll bounce back against Raiders

    Despite loss to Pittsburgh, Chiefs confident they'll bounce back against Raiders

    The Kansas City Chiefs are preparing for the Oakland Raiders this Thursday. Players and coaches are confident they'll bounce back after a tough loss to Pittsburgh. 

    More >

    The Kansas City Chiefs are preparing for the Oakland Raiders this Thursday. Players and coaches are confident they'll bounce back after a tough loss to Pittsburgh. 

    More >
  • KU, Mizzou sell out ticket inventories for charity basketball game

    KU, Mizzou sell out ticket inventories for charity basketball game

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 6:06 PM EDT2017-10-17 22:06:22 GMT
    Both schools have already sold out their inventory, which means tickets will not go on sale on Wednesday. (KCTV5)Both schools have already sold out their inventory, which means tickets will not go on sale on Wednesday. (KCTV5)
    All tickets are sold out for a charity exhibition game between the Kansas Jayhawks and Missouri Tigers men's basketball teams.  Both schools have already sold out their inventory, which means tickets will not go on sale on Wednesday.  The University of Missouri said they were completely sold out in just two minutes.  The game will be held this Sunday at the Sprint Center.  Proceeds go to Hurricane relief.  KU-MU to renew rivalry at Sprint Center for hurri...More >
    All tickets are sold out for a charity exhibition game between the Kansas Jayhawks and Missouri Tigers men's basketball teams.  Both schools have already sold out their inventory, which means tickets will not go on sale on Wednesday.  The University of Missouri said they were completely sold out in just two minutes.  The game will be held this Sunday at the Sprint Center.  Proceeds go to Hurricane relief.  KU-MU to renew rivalry at Sprint Center for hurri...More >
  • KCTV5 Features and ContestsMore>>

Weather Alert

Weather

Watch KCTV5 News

Mouse over player for controls · LAUNCH FULL PLAYER

Connect with KCTV5
Events Calendar
Powered by Frankly
KCTV 5 News

Online Public File:
KCTV  KSMO

Powered by WorldNow CNN
All content © 2017, KCTV; Kansas City, MO. (A Meredith Corporation Station) . All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.