A week after 12 people at the Jackson County Detention Center tested positive for COVID-19, the county health department is now saying the location has an outbreak of 122 confirmed cases so far.
The Kansas City Health Department started Thanksgiving off with a warning, urging people that if they gather with loved ones for Thanksgiving, "(T)here won't be room at the hospitals for everyone next week."
Kansas City's homicide problem didn't take a step back on this Thanksgiving holiday, as police responded early Thursday morning to a deadly shooting on the city's east side.
Leavenworth County's Board of Commissioners voted Wednesday morning to opt out of the Kansas governor's statewide mask mandate that Gov. Laura Kelly announced last week.
Despite an ongoing pandemic that has killed at least 5,326 Kansans and Missourians, Kansas City area bars are expecting a lot of people out on the town to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.
KU Hospital has 100 active COVID-19 patients for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began earlier this year.
A Monday morning shooting left one person critically injured and another person in custody near a Kansas City gas station.
A man in possession of methamphetamine was critically injured Thursday after falling while racing on his motorcycle, during which he accidentally shot himself and got hit by a car.
For the third time in five days, a truck has been pinned under the Independence Avenue Bridge near Wilson Road after trying to drive under the 12-foot railroad overpass.
Missouri's top government officials will not issue a mask mandate, Gov. Mike Parson said Thursday morning while addressing various coronavirus issues facing the state.