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    NFL suspends Chiefs offensive lineman Donald Stephenson over performance-enhancing drug

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Donald Stephenson, offensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs, received a four-game suspension from the NFL on Friday. The suspension is a result of violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances. The starter is eligible to participate in all off-season and preseason practices and games, but is suspended from four […]

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    Downtown Kansas City undergoes active shooter training

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An emergency drill involving an active shooter shut down city hall for two hours Friday. The training is designed to help city employees know how best to respond to workplace violence and help visitors stay safe. Seeing or hearing an armed man enter and start shooting is a scary situation at […]

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    Health Dept. suspends Kansas City restaurant after finding multiple violations

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One Kansas City restaurant has been suspended after health code violations were found. After a small fire started Hong’s Buffet, located in the 6100 block of Barry Road, inspectors from the Kansas City Health Department visited the site as is standard procedure. While the restaurant did not sustain significant fire damage, […]

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    Joe’s Weather Blog: Heat Persists For Awhile (FRI-8/22)

    Good morning and thanks for stopping by the FOX 4 Weather blog…interesting morning for areas across N MO and NE KS as storms continue to rumble through areas north of KC…for the KC area…let’s see how much some of the cloud cover will influence the temperatures over the next 6 hours…clouds are blowing off from […]

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    California patient tests negative for Ebola virus

    (CNN) — A patient isolated in a California hospital after possible Ebola exposure does not have the virus, testing revealed. The unidentified patient, who had recently traveled to West Africa, was isolated at the Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center during the testing. “We’re happy to report that we’ve heard from the Centers for Disease […]

  • New website helps motorists track automotive recalls, repairs

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A new website that helps drivers find out if their vehicle has been recalled and needs work will launch on Wednesday. In the past year alone millions of vehicles have been recalled for everything from faulty ignition switches to dangerous airbags. There’s been so many vehicles recalled it’s hard to keep […]

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    Tear gas fired again amid tense night between police and protesters in Ferguson

    FERGUSON, Mo. (CNN) — An evening of peaceful protests devolved into another tense standoff in Ferguson on Monday night as a few protesters hurled bottles and rocks at a heavy police presence, and they responded by firing stun grenades and tear gas canisters. Police in riot gear and gas masks formed a barricade. They used LRAD […]

  • Family autopsy released in Michael Brown shooting; woman gives officer’s side of story

    FERGUSON, Mo. (CNN) — The Ferguson police officer who killed Michael Brown says the teenager rushed at him full speed in the moments before the shooting, according to an account phoned in to a radio station and confirmed by a source with detailed knowledge of the investigation. Meanwhile, a spokesman for the St. Louis County […]

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    Hypnosis helped her lose 140 pounds

    (CNN) — A dream vacation to most sounded like a nightmare to Julie Evans. In 2006, Evans’ husband won an all-expense-paid trip to Hawaii, and scuba diving was one of the included activities. She wanted to go, but not enough to put on a bathing suit. “It was at that moment that I realized that […]

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    Michael Brown shot at least 6 times, independent autopsy shows

    FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) — The preliminary results of an autopsy that Michael Brown’s family requested is unlikely to settle the dueling narratives that have defined the case from the beginning. Brown was shot at least six times — all to the front of his body, according to the preliminary results. Family attorney Anthony Gray said […]

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    Michael Brown death: Missouri National Guard headed to Ferguson

    FERGUSON, Mo. — The chaos in Ferguson has gotten so unruly that Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order deploying National Guard troops to the St. Louis suburb. “Given these deliberate, coordinated and intensifying violent attacks on lives and property in Ferguson, I am directing the highly capable men and women of the Missouri […]

  • Man with Parkinson’s Disease says it’s not the end of the world

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Prior to his death, Robin Williams had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. His wife, Susan Schneider, said in a statement that Williams, who also suffered from anxiety and depression, was not ready to share his diagnosis with the rest of the world. Another man with Parkinson’s lives in Prairie Village, Kan. […]