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Charlie Parker, KC Jazz legend, to receive star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

A Kansas City, Missouri, legend, known for his influence in the Jazz scene will have his name forever cemented in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. → Read More

Report: Royals, Hunter Dozier agree on 4 year contract extension

The Royals and third basemen Hunter Dozier have agreed to a four year contract extension worth $25 million according to reports. → Read More

Kansas City, Missouri, records third homicide of the day

Kansas City, Missouri, recorded its third homicide of the day on Sunday just before 10 a.m. → Read More

3 Wichita police officers injured in possible explosion

Three officers from the Wichita, Kansas, Police Department were injured following a possible bomb explosion Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Kansas City man charged in Blue Springs homicide

A Kansas City, Missouri, man was charged in a shooting that left 46-year-old Gregory B. Marchand dead on Friday, according to the Blue Springs Police Department. → Read More

Former Royals reliever Kelvin Herrera retires from baseball

Former Royals right-hander Kelvin Herrera announced Friday that he's retiring from baseball. He was an All-Star for the Royals in 2015 and 2016 and a World Series champion in 2015. → Read More

Johnson County to prioritize vaccinating people 65 and older next week

Johnson County will open vaccine clinics up to people 65 and older beginning next Wednesday, according to the county's health department. → Read More

Police: Handgun found in Shawnee Mission Northwest student's backpack

The Shawnee Police Department seized a handgun from a student at Shawnee Mission Northwest High School on Thursday. → Read More

Kansas City woman charged following string of bank robberies

A woman accused of robbing two banks within two days was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury, according to the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Missouri’s office. → Read More

KCPD on illegal street racing: 'We want it to stop'

Following a night filled with chaos due to street racing around Kansas City, Missouri, the city's police department issued a clear message. → Read More

15 and the Mahomies providing 30,000 meals to food banks in east Texas

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is once again making difference off the field. → Read More

Pete Coones, man wrongly convicted for murder, died Sunday

Olin “Pete” Coones, who served 12 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted for murder, died Sunday. → Read More

KC Water begins work on frozen pipes that left couple, newborn without water

There was a step in the right direction Sunday, for a couple with a newborn who's been without water since Valentine's Day. → Read More

Wesport Ale House to reopen March 4

The Westport AleHouse will reopen on March 4 after voluntarily closing in November, it announced Friday. → Read More

Kansas City-area dental office offers free care to children

A Kansas City-area dental clinic continued a 33-year tradition of providing free dental care to children. → Read More

Independence releases new COVID-19 public health guidelines

The city of Independence on Friday released new COVID-19 public health guidelines that ease restrictions on bars, restaurants and gatherings. → Read More

Special Olympics Kansas cancels 2021 Summer Games

Special Olympics Kansas on Friday canceled its 2021 Summer Games, citing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

NCAA to allow fans at March Madness tournament

There's good news for college basketball fans: The National Collegiate Athletic Association will allow fans at the 2021 March Madness tournament. → Read More

Teen pleads no contest to shooting at Olathe officer in 2019 incident

A man involved in an officer-involved shooting faces over 35 years in jail after pleading guilty to several charges Thursday. → Read More

L.C. Richardson, owner of LC's Bar-B-Q dies

A city that brags to the world about its iconic barbecue has lost one of its icons. → Read More