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  • Hear from Chiefs HC Andy Reid & players as team gets started with off-season workouts

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs are back in town Monday for the first  day of the team’s off season program. Video posted to the Chiefs official social media accounts showed players arriving at the training facility next to Arrowhead Stadium around 10 a.m. Around 12:30 p.m., head coach Andy Reid spoke to the media along with a few current players. “We’ve got a lot of work ahead of us; we look forward to that. It seems like […]

  • The man who would become governor if Eric Greitens resigns

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — With talks of possible resignation in the air for Missouri governor Eric Greitens, people are wondering how Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson compares. Lt. Governor Parson is a former state representative and state senator. He would be the next governor if Greitens resigns. In November 2016, Parson was elected Missouri’s 47th Lt. Governor. A Republican, he was victorious in 110 of Missouri’s 114 counties, and he received the most votes of any Lieutenant Governor in Missouri history. […]

  • Park University student to play in international violin competition

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Violin student Laurel Gagnon will be performing at one of the most competitive music competitions in the world. She’ll travel to Singapore later this month to perform in the Singapore International Violin Competition. The event begins Jan. 28. The first round concludes Feb. 8. Gagnon recently graduated in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Music Performance in Applied Music, Violin. She’s currently pursuing a Master of Music in Performance at Park University International Center for Music. […]

  • Key Club students from Oak Park High School deliver presents to senior living community

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Key Club students from Oak Park High School delivered presents Wednesday to seniors living at Golden Oaks Apartments, a senior living community. Oak Park High School and the Northland Christmas Store have partnered together for eight years to bring holiday gifts to seniors. Every year residents enjoy the interaction and attention they get on delivery day. The students also look forward to the event. “They appreciate what they do and how they help these people because […]

  • Arnold police officer shot Tuesday in critical but stable condition

    ARNOLD, Mo — A police officer hurt Tuesday in a shooting was listed in critical but stable condition Wednesday afternoon. Officer Ryan O’Connor’s condition is expected to vary hour by hour. Medical staff  told his family he has a long road to recovery. The Arnold, Missouri, police officer went to the hospital after a burglary suspect shot him in the head. Police said Officer Ryan O’Connor was in his police SUV. EMS rushed O’Connor, 44, to St. Anthony’s Medical Center […]

  • Red Bull stuntmen fly into a plane mid-air

    SWITZERLAND. — Stuntmen known as the Soul Flyers just became the first people to ever basejump off a mountain into a moving plane. Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet jumped from the top of Jungfrau mountain in Switzerland. Red Bull sponsored the event to go along with their catchphrase, Red Bull gives you wings. Reffet said the pair wanted to recreate a stunt carried out by wingsuit flyer Patrick de Gayardon 20 years ago. “We’re used to jumping from the plane, […]

  • Former FBI director James Comey tweets Bible verse after Michael Flynn’s guilty plea

    President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty Friday. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about conversations with Russia’s ambassador. Former FBI Director James Comey shared a justice-minded verse from the Bible on Twitter and Instagram. It reads: “But justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream” Amos 5:24” “But justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream” Amos 5:24 — James Comey (@Comey) December 1, 2017 (CNN) […]

  • Traffic alert: weekend closures on I-70 and I-670

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — MODOT has planned closures in Kansas City this weekend. It could impact commuters’ travel plans. Modot plans to close a handful of lanes and ramps along westbound I-70 and westbound I-670 beginning Friday night, December 1. The closures are expected to last until Monday December 4 at 5:00a.m. Crews will close the ramp from Charlotte St. to Easbound I-70. Two inside lanes of westbound I-70 from Benton curve through I-670 split will also be closed. The closure will […]

  • Natural migraine remedies you can afford

    Those who suffer from migraines know the pain is debilitating. When the pain strikes, taking the edge off the pain becomes priority. Local lifestyle expert Mikita Burton joins Fox 4 News to tell us about some simple items you can use to numb the pain. All the items mentioned are under $15. MigraineX Ear Device ($11.99) It’s a natural reusable earplug device. It is clinically proven to help reduce weather-related migraine pain and symptoms. First over-the-counter companion product that works with […]

  • “Rock the Red Kettle” concert, Friday night in the KCP&L District

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s the second annual “Rock the Red Kettle” concert, taking place in Kansas City’s Christmas kickoff event at the KCP&L District. It will be held Friday night, December 1st at 6:30p.m. The concert is free to the public. It will feature performances from pop and rock bands Switchfoot and Parachute. Fox 4 News Rob Collins will emcee the event.

  • Pizza delivery driver shoots and kills man who attempts to rob him

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — A pizza delivery driver shot and killed a man who tried to rob him in south St. Louis Thursday night. Police responded to a call about a shooting  and arrived in the 4600 block of Spring around 11:30p.m. Police say two men attempted to rob a 41-year-old Caucasian man delivering pizza. One of the men hit the man in the head with a gun. The man fired shots while the pizza deliverer ran back to his […]

  • Buying holiday greenery to decorate your home

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Finding the right greenery for your holiday decorations can be a quick trip if you know the right things to buy. Chrysy Huff from the Restoration Emporium joins Fox 4 News to help you decorate. In the video, Chrysy used ribbon from Hobby Lobby. She picked a simple red, which goes along with a number of holiday patterns and adds texture to décor.  She also recommends it with design schemes in buffalo check, chevron, or houndstooth, […]