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Kansas City, MO, United States

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Past articles by Russell:

‘Pray for Ukraine’: KU professor worried about family there

While many of us watch the situation in Ukraine closely, maybe tensely, it’s so much more personal for one KU professor. → Read More

Lawrence parents “walk in students’ shoes” showing commutes school closures could create

The “Walk in their Shoes” event was held to show what organizers say are longer commutes and potential hazards that could come with closing schools for budget reasons. → Read More

Lawrence parents, students and teachers rally against school closures

The group, “Save Our Schools,” hopes the Board of Education does not close schools to make up a $7 million budget gap. → Read More

Lawrence considers closing schools amid funding cuts, enrollment decline

Lawrence Public Schools leaders say four scenarios are on the table. All involve closing schools and/or shuffling students to other schools. → Read More

‘Not the souvenir we expected’: Family frees kitten from net during Arrowhead Stadium tour

A family of Chiefs fans went on an Arrowhead Stadium tour and left with a cat they freed from a field goal net they say was wrapped around the kitten’s neck. → Read More

Safety questions raised after Kansas City area dad hit by car outside Arrowhead Stadium

This incident comes five weeks after Steven Hickle of Wichita was killed in a hit-and-run crash about a mile away on the other side of the complex. → Read More

‘I just want it back’: Valuable purse, a graduation present, stolen out of woman’s trunk at Kansas City area Genesis

A local woman’s valuable purse, a graduation present, was stolen out of a car trunk Sunday while she was working out at a Zona Rosa gym. → Read More

With pipeline shutdown and truck driver shortage, could Kansas and Missouri see gas shortage?

Many states are seeing a gas shortage, and the Colonial Pipeline shutdown is only making things worse. Could gas soon become sparse in Kansas and Missouri? → Read More

‘I would not wish this on anyone’: Local mom, law enforcement warn of fentanyl uptick

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (KSNW) – Area law enforcement agencies are warning about the deadly synthetic opioid, fentanyl, saying they’re investigating multiple recent overdose cases. Bobbi Caggianelli of Overland Park said she and her 19-year-old son, Adrian, always shared a special bond. “He was admittedly a bit of a momma’s boy,” Caggianelli said. “One of our […] → Read More

‘I’m so excited’: Chiefs Kingdom living in Tampa area ready for Super Bowl

Chiefs Kingdom extends well beyond Kansas and Missouri. There are plenty of fans in Tampa, Florida, where the Chiefs will meet the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. → Read More

‘Game on’: Bar owners make bet over Chiefs-Bills AFC title game

PARKVILLE, Mo. (WDAF) – Two local bar owners have a friendly wager over the AFC Championship between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs. What’s on the line? The fan of the losing team has to wear the winning team’s gear and work at the other bar on Super Bowl Sunday. Al Burns, owner of […] → Read More

Orange Park family uninjured after storm sends tree into roof

The First Alert Weather Team said a possible microburst - with winds of about 60 miles per hour- likely caused a tree to come crashing down on an Orange Park home Tuesday. → Read More

Clay County School District releases tentative safety plan for reopening schools

The Clay County School District released safety guidelines it plans to follow to keep students and their families safe in August when schools reopen. → Read More

UNF ROTC professor fired amid sexual harassment, discrimination allegations

Action News Jax has confirmed a UNF ROTC professor is off the job amid accusations of sexual harassment and discrimination. → Read More

Dozens participate in Bartram Park Black Lives Matter demonstration

Dozens came together for a show of unity in Bartram Park Monday, a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest, calling for justice for George Floyd. For people like Sherri Jackson, the demonstration became emotional. → Read More

St. Augustine church leader to hold protest at police department

Reverend Ron Rawls, pastor of the St. Augustine AME Church, is planning a protest of the St. Augustine Police Department building beginning at 5:30 p.m. Monday. → Read More

Guidelines released for reopening offices

The CDC released new recommendations for employers as their employees slowly come back to work. → Read More

‘It was extreme:’ Florida woman charged with shooting dog in head with

NASSAU COUNTY, Fla. - A Florida woman has been arrested for felony animal cruelty for allegedly shooting a dog in the head with a crossbow bolt on May 16 after the animal urinated on her car tire. Carey Wilson, 37, was arrested Wednesday. “My goal was not to hit the dog directly,” Wilson told WJAX. “I was trying to scare it off.” Nassau County animal control officers said the yellow Labrador --… → Read More

‘It was extreme:’ Florida woman charged with shooting dog in head with

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‘It was extreme:’ Florida woman charged with shooting dog in head with crossbow

A Florida woman has been arrested for felony animal cruelty for allegedly shooting a dog in the head with a crossbow bolt on May 16 after the animal urinated on her car tire. → Read More