District 'proactively' released data Wednesday morning
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An Independence Police Department human trafficking and prostitution sting last week in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security personnel netted 21 arrests and the rescue of a trafficking victim.
Testimony on Wednesday that U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo played a more central role than previously known in President Donald Trump’s Ukraine dealings has fueled uncertainty within the administration about the top diplomat's future.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — A sweeping review has found that close to 90% of Missouri rape kits have never been tested. Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced Wednesday that only 830 of about 7,000 total kits were previously tested.
BELTON, Mo. -- The Belton Police Department made a big drug bust this week, where someone was allegedly selling large amounts of marijuana within a block of Belton Middle School. Officers served a search warrant Tuesday in the 100 block of E.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- For the second time in just two years, someone has vandalized a statue of abolitionist John Brown in Kansas City, Kansas. Someone chipped off the right hand of the statue that was holding a scroll.
Police said the shooter parked across the street from Baccala adult night club at closing time and opened fire on a large group leaving the club.
The Overland Park city council’s approval of a non-discrimination ordinance with legal protections for LGBTQ+ individuals in October propelled the city to the top
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Disbanding the police mounted patrol unit is being called a mistake by advocates for community policing. Volunteers believe horses offer unique crime-fighting advantages that police can't easily replace.
Scott Poore, the founder of Mission Driven, and the Human Society of Greater Kansas City are working to help Merrick, a longtime shelter dog, find his forever home for the holidays.
Hemp harvest two is not far away for one indoor grower in Butler County. “We are hoping for a big spring 2020,” said Sarah Stephens with Tallgrass Hemp & Cannabis. “This is a clone generation from our first plants. We cloned them. We are keeping the
The Big Boy No. 4014, the largest steam locomotive ever used by the Union Pacific Railroad, made stops in central Kansas Wednesday as it takes part in a westward-traveling tour back to its base in Cheyenne, Wyoming.