A quick smash and grab crime that lasted less than a minute could lead to a long time behind bars for five suspects who forced their way inside a Blue Springs gun store. It’s the latest break-in at a federally licensed firearms dealer around the metro.
With the Big 12 Conference’s announcement to continue on with the fall sports season, many businesses in Lawrence are excited.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing Kansas City to look at budget cuts that will hit everyone who lives or works in Kansas City. That may include furloughing hundreds of city workers for a week.
Kansas City police are trying to build bridges in a time where many people don't trust their local officers. A Gallup Poll released this week found that Americans have less confidence in the police now, than they have had in decades. But KCPD has been reaching out to local teens through a summer program to paint a different picture.
The Kansas Department of Corrections announced Wednesday that a lockdown has been implemented at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility Central Unit after testing revealed additional staff and residents have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Soon four Kansas City, Missouri community centers will host new Virtual Learning Sites to help KCPS students whose parents must work during distance and virtual learning. The limited capacity learning opportunity will give students a place to learn outside of their homes while schools are closed to in-person learning.
A disturbing letter has been showing up at Brookside and South Plaza area homes seemingly targeting people with yard signs embracing immigrants.
Police are investigating a shooting Tuesday evening.
The Kansas City, Kansas Police Department said a suspect shot at a truck driver who had just exited off of Interstate 70 onto James Street around 11:50 a.m.