More Videos

New $1 billion KCI Airport terminal to be designed and built by Maryland-based Edgemoor 2:05

New $1 billion KCI Airport terminal to be designed and built by Maryland-based Edgemoor

Deadly mix of opiods and Xanax lead to death of former U.S. Marine 3:09

Deadly mix of opiods and Xanax lead to death of former U.S. Marine

Loose Park proposal falls through the cracks 0:31

Loose Park proposal falls through the cracks

Deadly shooting in KCK 1:06

Deadly shooting in KCK

Divers search for engagement ring dropped during viral proposal 1:48

Divers search for engagement ring dropped during viral proposal

KCI proposals by the numbers 0:37

KCI proposals by the numbers

Cullen Landis' aunt said no parent should learn their child is being transported from school unresponsive 1:17

Cullen Landis' aunt said no parent should learn their child is being transported from school unresponsive

A virtual tour of new aquarium, museum in Missouri 2:13

A virtual tour of new aquarium, museum in Missouri

Big Sonia (Trailer) 3:01

Big Sonia (Trailer)

'This didn't even have to happen,' says mother of student attacked at Ruskin High School 1:56

'This didn't even have to happen,' says mother of student attacked at Ruskin High School

  • Severely wounded, Sgt. Joe C. Specker of Odessa fought on

    Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Joe C. Specker of Odessa was severely wounded and had to drag himself into position to battle a German machine gun nest and snipers during a World War II battle in Italy. He successfully routed the enemy force before dying of his wounds.

Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Joe C. Specker of Odessa was severely wounded and had to drag himself into position to battle a German machine gun nest and snipers during a World War II battle in Italy. He successfully routed the enemy force before dying of his wounds. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Joe C. Specker of Odessa was severely wounded and had to drag himself into position to battle a German machine gun nest and snipers during a World War II battle in Italy. He successfully routed the enemy force before dying of his wounds. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Missouri’s Joe Specker died at his gun, received posthumous Medal of Honor in World War II

October 18, 2016 1:00 PM