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  • Local lawmakers release statements on family separation at border processing facilities

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Lawmakers from both Missouri and Kansas have sent out statements on where they stand on border processing facilities. Several lawmakers have said illegal immigration is a big issue in the United States, but many don’t agree with separating families. As FOX4 gets statements from lawmakers, we’ll post them here. You can read them below. Background A Trump administration policy starting back in April began the process of prosecuting as many border-crossing offenses as possible. The “zero […]

  • 85 years later, a dark day in Kansas City remembered

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Today marks a dark day in Kansas City history. 85 years ago mobsters gunned down and killed four law enforcement officers and a criminal fugitive at Union Station railroad depot. It was the morning of June 17, 1933. The killings of four peace officers and the prisoner has gone down in history as the “Kansas City Massacre.” The mass shooting led to a major FBI policy change: agents began carrying firearms. Back then a new house […]

  • Dinosaurs are coming to Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Prehistoric beasts are coming to Union Station July 3, 2018. The experience allows people to journey into the past and see how dinosaurs ruled and roamed the planet. The exhibit will focus on dinosaurs that inhabited North America millions and millions of years ago. The beasts are from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. 26 life-sized dinosaurs will be on display. The dinosaurs will move, roar, and come with a multitude of facts. There will be two […]

  • Dog keeps lost girl safe in Southeastern Missouri cornfield

    QULIN, Mo. — A young girl is now safe after getting lost in a cornfield. Police said a yorkie dog stayed by her side the whole time. 3-year-old Remy Elliott went missing around 8:00p.m. Thursday night. Her mother, Timber Merritt, contacted people for help after she couldn’t find the girl. The search grew from five people to about 75 to 100 in a matter of seconds. Volunteers searched around the house and helicopters searched over the cornfield. Family friend John […]

  • Community setting up funds to support families of fallen deputies

    PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. – Price Chopper will be collecting donations to help support the families of Deputy Patrick Rohrer and Deputy Theresa King who died Friday after an inmate opened fire on them. All Kansas City area Price Choppers will be able to accept donations by noon on Saturday, June 16. “We’re saddened to hear the tragic news out of Kansas City today. Our law enforcement officers do so much in our communities,” said Casie Broker, Vice President of Marketing, […]

  • Police say missing 90-year-old woman with dementia found safe

    **Update: KCPD says that Bessie Edwards was found and is safe.** KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing woman. Bessie L. Edwards was last seen at her home on June 12, 2018 near 24th and Chestnut. The home is in the vicinity of Mt. St. Mary’s Cemetery. Edwards is 90 years old. She has gray hair and brown eyes. Edwards is suffering from dementia. If you see Edwards or know anything about […]

  • One hospitalized in Prairie Village shooting

    PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. — Police are investigating after a man was shot multiple times after trying to stop a burglary. The shooting happened Friday night at about 11:30 in the 2500 block of 73rd St. The house is in the vicinity of the Indian Hills County Club. The victim was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, but police say his condition has improved. Investigators say the suspect appeared to be driving a dark-colored sedan, and didn’t have a detailed physical description. If […]

  • 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 […]