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Man dies after fall from I-435 overpass

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A man has died after falling from the Interstate 435 overpass onto the shoulder of Interstate 29 on Thursday afternoon. More>>

A look back at Hurricane Katrina, 50 photos

For some, it may be hard to believe that nine years have passed since Hurricane Katrina made landfall and left major devastation in Louisiana and Mississippi. Most people will never forget where they More>>

Prescott PD: 'Dark Lord' arrested for burning, urinating on Bible

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Eric Minerault was dressed in black and wearing a long, black-and-red robe and pentagram necklace and standing on the steps of the Gospel Rescue Mission in Prescott when police arrived. More>>

Suspect facing charges after string of Great Clips burglaries

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Police say they've taken a suspect into custody after burglars have been targeting the same type of business over and over again. More>>

Grain Valley on alert as motorcycle group arrives for annual rally

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Law enforcement agencies are keeping a close watch on Grain Valley over the Labor Day weekend. More>>

Kansas man says video shows he got charged for gas he didn't get

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It's painful enough having to fill up your gas tank, but how about paying for gas that you're not even getting? More>>

Homeowner assaulted, dog killed in Noland Road robbery

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Kansas City Police are looking for a masked gunman who robbed a man at gunpoint Friday morning, and killed his dog. The armed robbery happened around 4 a.m., at a house near Blue Parkway and Noland Road. The More>>

Police identify man whose body was pulled from Troost Lake

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Authorities are investigating after the body of a man was found in Troost Lake Wednesday morning. More>>

4-year-old expelled over his mother's Facebook post

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A 4-year-old child was expelled from a Florida school because of a message his mom posted on her Facebook. More>>

Family Bible saves voting day for 92-year-old woman

A Kansas board has approved the voter registration of a 92-year-old woman after she and her daughter presented copies of census records and a page from a battered family Bible to prove she was born in the U.S. More>>

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