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  • U.S. Marines play the national anthem on Monday Night Football

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The U.S. Marine Corps band plays numerous shows during the year, but Monday Night Football at Arrowhead might be their biggest. Fifty members of that military contingent will be on hand to begin the game with our national anthem. The Marine band, led by conductor Bryan Sherlock, will begin the festivities this evening. That musical ensemble spent its morning rehearsing at UMKC’s School of Music, practicing alongside many of the school’s students. Interestingly enough, Gene Simmons, […]

  • Veteran’s Extreme Home Makeover home in need of extreme repairs

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s been a frustrating almost seven years for the veteran, who says he stepped up to do some of the repair work on his own, with no word back from the contractor since 2008. Meanwhile another group says the story won’t end there if they can help it. With an army of volunteers in blue shirts beside them, the Gilyeats stepped into their dream home with the eyes of the nation watching. Seven years later, FOX […]

  • Police search for woman who attacked Metro bus driver

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Metro bus system is hoping this surveillance video will help police catch a woman fighting a bus driver who was attacked at the wheel. In the surveillance video a Metro passenger walks to the front of the bus and hits the driver. We don’t know what was said between the two on Saturday, September 20, but you can see in the video the bus is still in motion during the commotion. Last year a passenger […]

  • First Birthdays for September 27-28

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – If you would like to submit a First Birthday picture, mail a hard copy of the photograph by the Wednesday before you want the photo to appear on air during the First Birthdays segment of FOX 4 Morning News. Mail the photo to: WDAF TV Attn: First Birthdays 3030 Summit Kansas City, MO 64108. Please print the name as you want it to appear on the back of the photo. And include a self-addressed stamped envelope if […]

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    Police identify woman shot to death in her home, community plans to honor her

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A woman, who’s being called a stockholder in one of Kansas City’s so-called forgotten about communities, was found dead in her home in the 4200 block of Forest after she didn’t show up for work Tuesday. “A beautiful person…A peaceful person,” that’s who the world lost today, according to Bill Drummond. He says he and the victim, identified Wednesday afternoon as Teresa E. Kellough, 49, had a three year friendship. They were both part of a […]

  • Following 13-yr-old’s collapse, medical experts emphasize importance of pre-participation exams

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — A 13-year-old middle school student was still fighting for his life Wednesday night, after going into full cardiac arrest while running in the Blue Valley Intra-district Cross Country meet Tuesday. Because of the incident many parents are now concerned about the possibility of a medical emergency happening to their children. Disbelief is the best way to describe the feeling at Overland Trial Middle School. How could a seemingly fit 13-year-old student athlete have a cardiac arrest? […]

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    Driver causes hit-and-run accident while fleeing from police following traffic stop

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A car, being pulled over for a traffic stop crashed into another vehicle, as the driver attempted to flee from police, on Wednesday. During the pursuit the suspect driver hit another vehicle and continued on. The suspect was finally stopped by police in the area of 17th and Cleveland in Kansas City, Mo. The hit-and-run accident, which happened during the pursuit, also took place in Kansas City, Mo., but the exact location is unknown at this time. […]

  • Man says he left his car with flat alone for an hour, then police towed it

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — You get a flat.  Call a friend, go get a spare, come back 90 minutes later and the car’s gone because it’s been towed. “It’s just a black car with a flat tire, that’s why I don’t understand why they towed it,” said Robert Jordan about his car. Kansas City police say about 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, they got a call from someone driving by about a suspicious car and package on the side of I-435. […]

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    KCK Police arrest one suspect as another flees following car chase

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Police were on the scene of a car crash, after a police pursuit ensued. Around 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday a red jeep, reportedly taken in an armed carjacking a few days ago in the 1500 block of N. 78th Place, was spotted by officers after the owners of the vehicle saw a person driving it. Police attempted to pull the vehicle over and a pursuit began. The driver attempted to run out of the vehicle, leaving […]

  • Woman charged in connection to murder-for-hire plot

    MARYVILLE, Mo. — A Maryville, Missouri woman is in federal custody after the US Attorney’s office charged her with trying to hire someone to kill her boyfriend’s wife and make it look like a messy drug deal. But thanks to help from a source and some undercover investigating, everyone escaped alive. A Facebook message, a forbidden romance, and a deal to kill the other woman; it all sounds like a made for TV movie, but according to court documents; it […]

  • 8th grader collapses, goes into full cardiac arrest during area cross country meet

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – A middle school student collapsed during a cross country meet and had to be taken to an area hospital. On Tuesday the Blue Valley School District was holding an inter-district cross country meet for seventh and eighth grade students from nine different middle schools at Johnson County Community College. A 13-year-old male student collapsed during the meet and went into full cardiac arrest, requiring medical attention at the scene. Before paramedics arrived, a bystander began performing […]

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    Job of the Day: September 2014

    If you’re an employer and want to submit a job opening, click here. The following are job openings posted for the month of September. September 1 1. Spring Hill, Kan. Parks Dept. Seasonal Laborer http://www.springhillks.com 2. Atchison Kan. Municipal Court/Customer Relations Clerk http://www.cityofatchison.com September 2 1. Pleasant Valley, Mo Public Works Dept. Laborer http://www.pleasantvalleymo.org 2. Grain Valley, Mo. Park Maintenance Worker http://www.cityofgrainvalley.org September 3 1. Miami Co. Kan. Human Resources Office Assistant http://www.miamicountyks.org. 2. Jefferson Co., Kan. Public Works Dept. Mechanic http://www.jfcountyks.com […]