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  • U.K. woman finds three-inch leech living in her nose

    EDINBURGH, U.K. — The nose can be disgusting. Boogers. Snot. Hair poking out the nostrils. But one Endinburgh woman trumps all that when she discovered a three-inch leech living inside her face. Daniela Liverani, 24, suffered from nosebleeds for weeks, but believed they were from a burst blood vessel in her nose she suffered from a motor bike crash. That is until she was showering last Thursday and discovered something was wriggling around in her nose. She went to the […]

  • Orioles fan confesses on social media: It’s hard to hate the Royals

    While Kansas City is overflowing with love for Royals baseball, at least one Orioles fan is too – or at least he doesn’t hate our beloved boys in blue. Reddit user 4tenpro posted a brief story over the weekend detailing an interaction between Royals players and Orioles fans during pre-game warm ups in Baltimore. The interaction caused him to turn to his friend and say, “You know, it’s really hard to hate this team.” Read the entire story from Reddit below. […]

  • KC police engage in a little trash talk with Baltimore brothers in blue in Game 1 of ALCS

    There’s nothing like a little friendly trash talk between opposing teams that makes a game fun. So when the Kansas City Police Department engaged in some smack talk with the Baltimore Police Department before — and during — Game 1 of the ALCS on Twitter, Royals fans started cheering. (Let’s face it,  there wasn’t a lot to cheer about while watching the game for those who bleed blue). See some of the witty remarks made between the police departments below. […]

  • Heart to Heart International to build Ebola Treatment Unit in Liberia

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Heart to Heart International announced plans to open an Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) in Liberia to help stop the spread of Ebola. “Authorities have determined that Liberia alone needs 27 Ebola Treatment Units to handle the population and those who are going to become ill,” Heart to Heart International  CEO Jim Mitchum said in a news conference on Tuesday. “Currently, there are only six in operation.” Mitchum said work has already begun on their ETU, which […]

  • Kansas City celebs attempt karaoke for charity (no rotten tomatoes were thrown)

    Members of the FOX 4 morning team are used to microphones. They use them every day — to talk. But last Thursday some of Kansas City’s favorite faces braved the mic and sang karaoke — or tried to. The event benefited the work Mercy and Truth Medical Missions is doing in Tanzania, East Africa. Depending on how sensitive your ears are, you may want to adjust your speakers before playing this video.  

  • Actors from “The Good Lie” share Sudanese refugee story

    Actors Ger Duany and Emmanuel Jal, along with producer Molly Smith, spoke about the new movie “The Good Lie” starring Reese Witherspoon, which tells the story of Sudanese refugees who resettle in Kansas.

  • Here’s what it looks like to get robbed at gunpoint

    While riding a bike through a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Alexander Hennessy was held up at gunpoint. Initially the gunman attempted to cut Hennessy off while he pedaled down a bike path with friends. Hennessy managed to veer away and even laughed off the encounter. But things turned much more dangerous moments later. Watch as Hennessy gets away unharmed — footage captured on his GoPro camera.

  • Frat’s remake of Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ is ‘hella good’

    Regardless of what you think of Taylor Swift or her new hit single “Shake It Off,” she’s made quite an impression with the Delta Sigma Phi Beta Mu fraternity at Translyvania University in Kentucky. With one handy cameraman the guys produced a flawless lip-synced rendition of the song in one take. With each transition, the guys keep viewers on the edge of their seats, wondering ‘What are they going to do next!?’ If there were ever a video you wished […]

  • Grades for local school districts a mix of good, bad

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The report cards are in and most Kansas City-area schools showed good improvement on their Annual Performance Reports — though a few took a step backwards. The APR scores determine whether a school district retains accreditation. The good news: 97 percent of Missouri school districts scored high enough to remain fully accredited. The bad news: overall student test scores in English language, arts and math fell slightly. Final APR scores are not just based on student […]

  • Zimbabwean farmers surviving on pennies prompts new coffee in Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After speaking with Bo Nelson about his new coffee startup, Thou Mayest, one may feel as if they could conquer the world. That’s because Nelson’s passion for coffee – and the people he’s hoping to help – punctuates every sentence. Quite literally, Nelson is a man on a mission. That mission began seven months ago after he returned from Zimbabwe, East Africa. Its economy crashed in 2000 and it’s just now making a slow comeback with […]

  • Tech N9ne accepts ALS ice bucket challenge on FOX 4 News

    When Tech N9ne does something, he does it big. Which is how he did the ALS ice bucket challenge. None of us at FOX 4 should have been surprised what took place during our live broadcast with the rapper, but what Tech N9ne did after having buckets of ice-cold water dumped on him shocked all of us. None more than Mark Alford.

  • Man poses for pregnancy photos since his wife didn’t want to

    The pictures are … interesting — if you have a healthy sense of humor. One man posted one simple sentence with a handful of photos. “My wife didn’t want to take maternity pictures, so I hired a photographer and took her place…” His creativity has since spread like baby toys in the play room on social media. We’ve grabbed one photo to peak your interest. To see the rest, click here.