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    Police learn double homicide suspect James Horn might have different appearance; $5,000 reward offered

    CLINTON, Mo. — At a news conference on Friday afternoon, Lieutenant Sonny Lynch with the Clinton Police Department said the search for James Horn Jr., a man wanted in connection with a double homicide, is still ongoing. The Major Case Squad and area law enforcement agencies focused Friday’s search in the Warsaw area, Sedalia and other areas around Pettis County. Lt. Lynch said Horn is an avid outdoorsman, and urged people who planned to camp or fish this weekend to […]

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    City says caiman crocodiles that have lived in KCMO for many years must leave

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City authorities said Friday that the animal sanctuary at a home off 50th and Euclid, where caiman crocodiles and other exotic animals live, will have to close and the animals moved to a new home. Then, shortly after the city released that information, they sent out an email that they will delay delivering the notice to the sanctuary because they’ve been told that another agreement was executed in 2005. They say they await that documentation. […]

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    Gov. Brownback: Uber coming back to Kansas

    TOPEKA, Kan. — Governor Sam Brownback signed Senate Bill 101 on Friday, clearing the way for the ride-sharing service, Uber, to return to Kansas.  Uber plans to reinitiate service within an hour of the bill being signed, the governor’s office said. The following is a news release from the Office of the Governor: “This is good news for Kansas and Kansans,” said Governor Brownback. “Kansas welcomes innovative businesses and the economic growth that comes with them. I was pleased to […]

  • Former “Seinfeld” comedian set to perform in Overland Park

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Comedian Steve Hytner has appeared on both the large and small screens.  Hytner is best known for his role as Kenny Bania on the show “Seinfeld.” Hytnew is set to perform at Stanford and Sons in Overland Park. Click here for ticket information.

  • Financial tips for graduates

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Finances can be tight for new graduates who are transitioning from college to a full-time job while they wait on their first few paychecks. Business strategist Maquita Miller visited FOX 4 with a list of tips to for graduates to make their money go further.

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    Marshall man who allegedly fired gun at officer taken into custody in Alabama

    MARSHALL, Mo. — Police in Marshall, Mo. said a man wanted for violating his parole and allegedly attempting to shoot an officer has been arrested. Carl Roettgen, 31,  was taken into custody in Gulf Shores, Ala. Tuesday  night where he is waiting on extradition to Missouri. Police said Roettgen was in a vehicle and trying to get away form police when an officer climbed into the passenger side of the suspect’s car and tried to take the keys out of the […]

  • UCM Title IX investigation focuses on two interns’ sudden departure from state senator’s office

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – An investigation involving a Kansas City area senator’s office and University of Central Missouri interns is ongoing. In a statement, State Senator Paul LeVota confirmed the UCM is investigating the sudden departure of two interns working at his office back in March, a man and woman. UCM confirmed to reporters at the Joplin Globe that it’s a Title IX investigation and can’t comment. The Missouri Senate administrator told the newspaper the documents related to the investigation […]

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    Michelle Obama reveals favorite workout moves in #GimmeFive video

    Ever wondered how you could get arms like Michelle Obama? Well, the First Lady recently released a video that highlighted five of her favorite exercises. From jumping rope to boxing to lifting weights, the First Lady’s fitness routine is sure to kick you into shape or at least challenge you body more than President Obama’s.

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    Job of the Day: May 2015

    If you’re an employer and want to submit a job opening, click here. The following are job openings posted for the month of May. May 1 1. Ottawa, Kan. Wastewater Collection Maintenance Worker http://www.ottawaks.gov 2. Lawrence, Kan. Utilities Dept. Environmental Internship http://www.lawrenceks.org May 2 1. Ottawa, Kan. Ransom Memorial Hospital Radiography Tech. http://www.ransom.org 2. North Kansas City Maintenance Worker http://www.nkc.org May 3 1. Ottawa, Kan. Ransom Memorial Hospital Pharmacy Director http://www.ransom.org 2. Sedalia, Mo. Telecommunications Officer http://www.sedaliamo.com May 4 1. Warrensburg, Mo. […]

  • “MotherFreakingHood” heads to Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. —  After years of gestation and labor, the show “MotherFreakingHood” is finally coming to Kansas City. Julie Dunlap and Sara Stotts visited FOX 4 to talk about the show and give a sneak peek into what viewers can expect to see at the show. Click here for tickets and other information.

  • “Drunk Suit” provides people opportunity to experience impaired driving

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As summer approaches and many are headed on vacation, Ford wants to remind driver to not drink and drive. FOX 4’s Matt Stewart decided to suit up and put the “Drunk Suit” to the test. Watch the video above to see if the suit impaired Matt’s ability to walk a straight line.

  • Prevent “tech neck” by improving posture

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As we become more dependent on  technology, health officials are warning of a new condition they call “tech neck.” Hoddy Potter with Bar Method visited FOX 4 with a few exercises people can do to improve their posture and prevent the negative effects that accompany “tech neck.”