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Recent Articles
  • First Birthdays: Sept. 29-30

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Happy First Birthday to all of those celebrating this week! If you want to submit a picture, mail a hard copy of the photo by the Wednesday before you want the photo to air to: WDAF, Attn: First Birthdays, 3030 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108. Make sure to print the name as you want it to appear on the back of the photo. And include a self-addressed stamped envelope if you’d like the photo returned.

  • Great Plains SPCA: Mattie

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tomomi with Great Plains SPCA brought in Mattie, older cat, possibly 13-years-old. She gets along with dogs and takes on new adventures. She’s very loving and would like a forever home. If you’re interested in adopting Mattie or any other animals at Great Plains SPCA click here.

  • Police Investigate Deadly Motorcycle Accident

    MISSION, Kan. — A passenger of a car died Wednesday after an accident involving a motorcycle. The driver of the car and the motorcyclist were injured and taken to an area hospital. The accident happened near Johnson Drive and Metcalf on Wednesday afternoon. Police said a four-door car was traveling southbound on Metcalf — the motorcycle traveling northbound. The car was making a left turn onto 56th Street when the driver was T-boned by the motorcycle. The victim’s name has […]

  • Man on Bike Dragged by Truck After Argument

    BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — A quiet metro suburb was disrupted by sirens when a neighborhood dispute took a dangerous turn after someone used their car as a weapon police said. Blue Springs police said an argument between two families led the driver of a truck to hit a man on a bike then dragged him down a neighborhood street. Police said the 20-year-old man was intentionally dragged. Skid marks are still visible at the intersection of NW Kingsridge Court and […]

  • Wife Shoots Husband After He Threatens Cat

    HOUSTON, Texas — A woman is behind bars after shooting her husband during an argument. Police say Audrey Deen Miller shot her husband after an argument over one of their cats. Miller’s 42-year-old husband allegedly made comments that he was going to hurt her cat. “She made comments of some nature that he was going to harm her cat, and…she pointed the weapon at him and shot him in the stomach,” said Sgt. Eddie Hazel with the Harris County Sheriff’s […]

  • Double Shooting Leaves One Dead

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police are investigating a double shooting that left one man dead. Officers were called to 59th & Wabash on Wednesday night. When they arrived, they found a man dead in the back yard of a home. Another man showed up at a metro hospital shortly after that with a gunshot wound. He said he’d been shot at the same location. Witnesses say a black Pontiac Grand Prix and a Silver Ford Focus drove by and shots […]

  • Problem Solvers: Contractor Takes Advantage of Customers

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. — A troublesome concrete contractor with a string of unhappy customers and two fraud convictions is back in action — this time in Johnson County, Kan. FOX 4 Problem Solver Linda Wagar has the details on a couple who is out $7,000 and didn’t realize that the person they hired is out on probation for scamming someone else.

  • MoDOT Worker Remembered for Helping Others

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. —  The family of a motorist assist operator killed on I-70 is speaking out about the loss of a man who they say spent his life helping others. Clifton Scott had just celebrated his 15th anniversary with MoDOT. He was planning go get married in 2013. Now, his fiance says all she’s left with are memories of the man she loved. “It’s just been hard. I mean, I’ll be expecting to hear that truck come up the […]

  • Ostrich Pillow to Improve Nap Time

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A new invention aims to help the sleep deprived have a better chance at taking a nap. The Ostrich Pillow is supposed to help people who need a nap be able to sleep anywhere. The makers of the Ostrich Pillow says it allows you to take a comfortable power nap easily. There are even holes to put your hands in to keep them warm. The pillow allows you to lay forward on a desk or table, […]

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  • School Bus Wreck Sends Several to Hospital

    NEAR PRINCETON, W.V. — A driver is recovering from serious injuries after crashing into a bus load of kids on Tuesday. Luckily, a military police officer who lives nearby heard the wreck and ran to help everyone involved. Ronald Brimm lives across the street from where a Geo Tracker was involved in a head-on crash with a school bus. “I ran out as fast as I could. I seen smoke coming up from the front of the bus,” said Ronald […]

  • Man Blames Pet Squirrel for DUI

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A Florida man is facing a DUI charge after one too many beers and a car ride with his pet squirrel. Warren Michael says he had a few beers on Saturday before he hit the road. It didn’t take long for police to pull him over. Officers were surprised to see Michael’s furry friend when they stopped him. He says he was hoping they wouldn’t take the squirrel away. “He considered calling animal control,” Michael said. Officers […]

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