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Parents tell school district to stay out of sack lunches

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Parents of children at a Missouri school are fighting back after the school district announced it was banning fast food from being eaten on campus during school hours. But it appears it’s ...

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Local church discovers secretary stole half million dollars

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A Blue Springs church is dealing with the reality that a beloved church secretary was a thief. For almost a decade, the employee and member of a St. Robert Bellarmine Parish got ...

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Who has more bad drivers: Missouri or Kansas?

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State Line Road and a river divide Kansas City between two states. Now, something else divides the metro–how good a driver you are. A new study says Missouri drivers are some of ...

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Family can’t believe driver got 4 months for killing loved one

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A family is questioning the justice system after learning that the driver who struck and killed their loved one may spend only four months behind bars. The mother of Anthony Saluto, 32, ...

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Teen loses best friend killed in church van crash

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The bonds of friendship are difficult to break. Even in death. Nearly one week ago, three teens from the Overland Park area died on their way to a church float trip. A ...

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Oops, Overland Park out money in broken sculpture incident

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An Overland Park official admits he was mistaken about who paid for a $132,000 sculpture at the city’s community center that was damaged by a young boy. City spokesman Sean Reilly said ...

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Church van crash leaves 3 area teens dead

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Three teenagers from the Kansas City area are dead and 10 other people are hurt after a church van heading for an outing crashed in southwestern Missouri. The wreck happened around 10:40 ...

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Violence over weekend frustrates business and police

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It was a busy weekend for violence in Kansas City.  Police efforts to end a string of violent shootings was unsuccessful starting on Aug. 3. Since that day 23 people were shot, ...

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Campaign Finance Violations, Allegations of Sexual Harassment & Breaking State Law Cloud Tom Lovell’s Candidacy for State Rep.

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Tom Lovell lacks the coveted Republican primary credentials of an endorsement by Missouri Right to Life and an AQ Rating from the National Rifle Association. That’s not good in a conservative district. ...

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Man tearing down his home to build inner city golf course

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Fox4 reports that a Kansas City man is trying to bring golf to the urban core of Kansas City, and he plans to tear down his own home to do it. Christopher ...

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Crossroads wants food trucks to show them the money, imposes high fee

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Food in the Crossroads entertainment district could get a little pricier after a new fee on food trucks is imposed. Earlier this month, vendors were told by the Crossroads Community Association (CCA) ...

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Secret Service security high as President comes to town

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Kansas City will host the leader of the free world today as, for the first time since taking the office, President Donald Trump comes to town. The president is scheduled to attend ...

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Woman convicted for arson that killed two firefighters

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A nail salon manager was convicted Monday on two counts of second-degree murder and one count of first-degree arson in connection with a fire that killed two Kansas City firefighters. Jackson County circuit ...

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KC area State Rep. to resign Sunday

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The Missouri House Minority Leader will resign her seat in the State Legislature, effective Sunday. State Rep. Gail McCann Beatty, D-Kansas City, who’s in her eighth and final year in the House ...

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Shots fired at church causing damage

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Gun shots fired overnight at a metro church will cost church leaders nearly $1,000 to repair. Brandon Mims is the senior pastor at Greater Metropolitan Church of Christ. His goal started more ...

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