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Charges filed in AC Prep rape case

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Charges have now been filed against a 15-year-old boy in a rape case at...Read More

Kansas City man accuses officer of battery

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Kansas City man has filed a civil lawsuit accusing an officer of battery over a parking violation...Read More
Shoe Shine Exhibit

New exhibit at Union Station honor shoe shine workers

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Back in the day shoe-shiners worked at Union Station. Now, a new exhibit is honoring those men. KMBZ's Sarah Scott got the opportunity to talk to one of the shoe-shiners, Sonny Gibson, who worked at the station in the 1940s. ...Read More

Broadway Bridge jumper charged with resisting arrest

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A 22-year-old man who jumped off the Broadway Bridge and into the Missouri River yesterday is being arraigned this afternoon in Clay County...Read More
Gas Price Spike

Gas prices on the rise in the metro

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - GasBuddy is forecasting a spike in gas prices due to the seasonal spike as refineries shut down for maintenance or unplanned repairs, crimping gasoline supply. Twelve refiners are currently undergoing work, including one in Kansas. ...Read More

Reward for shooting increased

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - UPDATE: An anonymous donor has come forward with an additional $5,000, raising the reward to $10,000...Read More
Arts Grants

Missouri Arts Council award grants in metro area

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Seventy-five Kansas City organizations were awarded grant money from the Missouri Arts Council. Of the more than $4.2 million handed out this year. ...Read More
Cinder Blocks

Cinder blocks being blamed for early morning traffic problems

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Cinder blocks are being blamed for some early morning traffic headaches. The Kansas Highway Patrol and Kansas City, Kan. Police said at least six cars had flat tires on the ramp from Minnesota to Interstate 70. ...Read More
T-Mobile Hack

Hackers hit T-Mobile, Experian; Missouri Attorney General issues warning

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Hackers have hit T-Mobile and Experian and now the Missouri Attorney General is warning that about 263,000 Missourians may have had their information breached. The data included Social Security numbers, names, birth dates, and ID numbers such as driver's license, passports or military IDs. ...Read More
Rape, Robbery

JoCo Prosecutors file attempted rape, robbery charges against man

JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. - Prosecutors have filed attempted rape and robbery charges against a 20-year-old man. Court records indicate Damonte Likins-Osbey offered the victim a ride home on August 29th. ...Read More

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