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  • U.S. to cut some military aid to Egypt after coup, turmoil

    Washington (CNN) — The United States is preparing to announce a decision “in the coming days” on assistance to Egypt, the White House said Tuesday, and U.S. officials told CNN military aid will be cut, though not all of it. The announcement comes in the wake of the July coup against President Mohamed Morsy and the turmoil that has followed as recently as this week, one U.S. official said Tuesday. However, some military aid could continue, including funds to uphold […]

  • Living a healthy lifestyle can be fun

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.  — From exercise to eating right, it seems we’re all a bit more focused on incorporating wellness into our daily lives. However, living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to be filled with sacrifice In her new book, The 21-Day Yoga Body, yoga and wellness expert Sadie Nardini dares to say that healthy living can be fun.  Nardini stopped by the FOX 4 Morning Show on Thursday with some products that promote wellness and also shared some wellness […]

  • ‘Arrive Alive Tour’ visits Mill Valley High to show dangers of driving drunk, texting

    SHAWNEE, Kan. — Mill Valley High School students got a first-hand look at the dangers of distracted driving Monday. A high-tech simulator shows the risks of drunk driving and texting while driving.  It’s all a part of the Arrive Alive Tour sponsored by Unite. FOX 4’s Katie Ferrell was at the high school as several students took the simulated driving tests.

  • Your chance to learn CPR on May 22

    Two hands.  One life saved.  Learn how. That’s the message behind a worldwide campaign to educate everyone on the importance of learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation, more commonly known as CPR. On Wednesday, May 22,  the American Medical Response will host several compression-only CPR training sessions across the Kansas City metro area.  The AMR World CPR Challenge is a day of free CPR training in an attempt to teach as many people as possible how to save the life of a spouse, […]

  • Victim hit by gunfire at Eastside apartment complex

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Shots rang out Sunday afternoon at an Eastside apartment complex.  One of the people that was hit by gunfire was there helping a friend move. Police were called to the Park Highland Apartments after several shots were fired. The victim told police he was approached by two men.  They exchanged words when one of the men pulled a gun. During an ensuing struggle, several shots were fired and the victim was stuck by a bullet. Polce […]

  • Platte Co. Sheriff’s SWAT team nabs drug suspect

    PLATTE CITY., Mo. — The Platte County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team executed a search warrant in the 10000 block of 71st Terrace in Platte County, Missouri Saturday afternoon. The search conducted by law enforcement officials resulted in the seizure of undetermined amounts of suspected marijuana, suspected ecstasy, various other items of drug paraphernalia and weapons believed to be related to an on-going assault investigation. Tyler Hudson, 19, of Platte County, Missouri was arrested on charges of conspiracy to distribute controlled […]

  • In case you missed it: Deer slap fight

    Here’s an interesting piece of video of a couple of deer in a park. A video camera captured what happens when deer get mad, and they don’t have any antlers with which to fight. Instead, they stand up on their hind legs and start beating each other with their hooves. Wildlife biologists say bouts like this one don’t last long and there are rarely any injuries. Unfortunately, for the deer on the right of the screen, he crashed into some […]

  • First Look: Fox 4’s Mary Pulley’s new baby

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — FOX 4’s Mary Pulley has been away from the anchor desk for a few weeks. She has been taking some time off to celebrate being a new mother. This weekend, Pulley brought in her new bundle of joy for all of her FOX 4 co-workers to see. Pulley gave birth a little more than five weeks ago to Landon. He was born healthy on January 29. Pulley says he’s happy and certainly loves to eat.

  • KCMO Police seek HyVee robbery suspect

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Police need your help finding a suspect they say robbed a metro HyVee grocery store. The robbery happened around 11:00 p.m. Friday at the HyVee store located at Northeast Englewood Road. Police said they are looking for a black male between the ages of 23 – 30 with an average build.  The suspect entered the store with a silver automatic pistol and took some money.  The amount he took was not disclosed. Police said […]

  • Snow shovels in demand across Kansas City metro

    KANSAS CITY METRO — After Thursday’s big snow, first the focus was clearing the roads.  Now many are turning to messy sidewalks around the Kansas City area. But it’s not easy, because of a problem with a snow shovel supply and demand.

  • Platte Co. Sheriff wants to ID two men, vehicle

    PLATTE CITY, Mo. — The Platte County Sheriff’s Office wants to identify the two individuals pictured in the photos below. The persons are sought for questioning in recent thefts from motor vehicles. The photo below is of the suspect vehicle.  The vehicle appears to be a dark colored, possibly black, Ford Thunderbird. If you have information regarding these individuals, please contact the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at 816-858-3465 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.

  • Valentine’s Day apps can help with your romantic plans

    Nothing spells romance like a smart phone and an iPad, right!?  Well, not really… but technology can help you in the love department.  Brenda Hill from Verizon Wireless, appeared on Friday’s FOX 4 Morning Show to demonstrate some helful Valentine’s Day apps that will help make this year’s day of love extra special. The list of Valentine’s Day apps featured on the show include: Valentine Scanner Open Table (restaurant reservation app) Mobile Florist Candy Box (Valentine game) Valentines Day Cards […]

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