Police are calling a Boost Mobile employee a hero. Kansas City's 110th homicide claims life of a man who had come to the aid of a female co-worker during an armed robbery Monday afternoon in the 6800 block of Longview Road.
Police say that the victims of a crash that killed a 16-year-old girl and a 3-year-old girl, had not done anything wrong or were being reckless. The only way to avoid the crash was to not have been there, police said.
See the area where Randy Potter's body was found in his truck in Economy Parking Lot B at Kansas City International Airport. Potter was missing for eight months until police were alerted to a foul odor coming from the truck. He appeared to have died by suicide. Video by ALLISON LONG and IAN CUMMINGS
Kansas City Star photojournalists David Eulitt and John Sleezer caught the same unusual moment in Sunday's Chiefs-Eagles game with two distinct images: Safety Daniel Sorensen leaping toward Carson Wentz on a sack attempt. Eulitt captured Sorensen flipped over in midair, Sleezer got a picture of Sorensen flying at Wentz. Listen to how each photographer captured the play.
A teenager died from her injuries in a high-speed four-vehicle crash at 23rd Street Trafficway and Interstate 435. A 3-year-old girl also was critically injured Sunday. The crash occurred shortly after the KC Chiefs game ended.
Carolina Potter describes her frustrations at how Lenexa and KCI Airport police handled her missing person report on her husband Randy Potter. He was missing for eight months until Kansas City police found Potter’s body last week at KCI Airport when they were alerted to a foul odor coming from a truck. He appeared to have died by suicide. His family wants to know why his body was not found sooner.