She has spent decades behind bars waiting for mercy, but a backlog leaves her in limbo. Learn why Missouri’s lack of action is costing taxpayers money and costing one woman valuable time.
Two people were killed, one of whom was the shooter. At least 15 people were injured.
The family of murder victim Fawn Cox questions why it’s taking Kansas City police so long to figure out how to pay for advanced genetic testing as they’ve seen it used to help solve more than 90 cold cases across the nation.
Much has been said and written about Jackson County’s recent assessment, with numerous experts describing it as a botched process that lacked information and fairness.
He was injured in combat, recognized and awarded. But the longest battle for this soldier is happening at home. We sit down, again, with a veteran still fighting to get the help he desperately needs.
Another lawsuit has been filed challenging Jackson County's most recent property tax assessment, marking the third time the assessment has been contested in the last few weeks.
Social work students at KU have started a letter writing and social media campaign aimed at police and prosecutors in Lawrence.
One homeowner called KCTV5 News after they saw stacks and stacks of white boxes labeled, “destroy securely” in the hallway of the Clay County Courthouse. That caught our attention because thousands of people are going in and out of the courthouse Monday to pay personal property taxes.
Santa, aka Gary Lied, is a top-notch representative from the North Pole battling Jackson County property taxes.
A second lawsuit has been filed against Jackson County over property taxes.