Customers with roof problems paid a local company to fix them but wound up getting ripped off. Now, an investigation by the Missouri Attorney General’s Office led to charges in three counties against the same business owner.
You’ve likely heard of chop shops where thieves disassemble cars to sell their parts for quick cash. What you might not know is something found in many houses can also be cut up and sold online.
It’s a sad truth, thieves break into cars around the metro every single day. During a recent rash of break-ins, they took something priceless from a Mission couple’s car.
Greenwood City Hall simply wasn’t big enough to hold every person who wants to make their voice heard about the possible expansion of a quarry’s mining operations. The Greenwood Board of Alderman approved the Martin Marietta Greenwood quarry property annexation last month. City leaders must decide if they’ll approve a needed permit to expand mining operations within those boundaries.
Moving every dog and cat inside a Kansas City animal shelter is no small task, but soon KC Pet Project will do just that once they move into their new location.
A KU student’s decision to donate bone marrow helped save the life of a St. Louis Blues superfan who went on to kiss the Stanley Cup. On Thursday, they got to meet each other for the first time.
A KU student never knew his decision to become a bone marrow donor would give him the chance to save a young girl who would go on to inspire a championship team.
A mother is hopeful she will finally be at peace and that a day’s long search underground will soon reveal her missing daughter’s body. For the third straight day, investigators dug near a spot pinpointed by a tipster and scouted by cadaver dogs and ground penetrating radar in KCK. KCTV5 News sat down with Star Boomer’s mother who believes her 20-year struggle to find answers could end.
A woman who thought she would see her stepdaughter’s killer executed in ten days is now waiting to see what the Supreme Court decides.
A man who got flooded out of his home in Craig, Missouri got help from FEMA only to be told to send the money back.