More Videos

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw 7:56

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer 1:07

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer

Prison health care company in Missouri and Kansas offers little transparency 0:33

Prison health care company in Missouri and Kansas offers little transparency

Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay addresses issues in the police department 6:20

Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay addresses issues in the police department

Kansas City Crime Stoppers Most Wanted Fugitives 1:47

Kansas City Crime Stoppers Most Wanted Fugitives

Listen to Toni Anderson talk with police officer during traffic stop 5:01

Listen to Toni Anderson talk with police officer during traffic stop

Joe Dahman, son of Harrisonville superintendent, faces scrutiny 0:55

Joe Dahman, son of Harrisonville superintendent, faces scrutiny

'Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn visits Saint Thomas Aquinas High School 2:45

"Gone Girl" author Gillian Flynn visits Saint Thomas Aquinas High School

We Are Branson, Missouri 1:16

We Are Branson, Missouri

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

A virtual tour of new aquarium, museum in Missouri

  • Deadly flood in southern Missouri continues to be a dangerous situation

    After a weekend of record rainfall and deadly flooding across southern Missouri, Kansas City volunteers are heading south to help with flood relief efforts. And Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced Monday morning that he will visit Neosho and West Plains to visit people who lost homes and businesses and to thank emergency workers.

After a weekend of record rainfall and deadly flooding across southern Missouri, Kansas City volunteers are heading south to help with flood relief efforts. And Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced Monday morning that he will visit Neosho and West Plains to visit people who lost homes and businesses and to thank emergency workers. Monty Davis The Kansas City Star
After a weekend of record rainfall and deadly flooding across southern Missouri, Kansas City volunteers are heading south to help with flood relief efforts. And Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced Monday morning that he will visit Neosho and West Plains to visit people who lost homes and businesses and to thank emergency workers. Monty Davis The Kansas City Star

Greitens and volunteers are on the way to southern Missouri after deadly flooding

May 01, 2017 09:24 AM

More Videos

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw 7:56

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer 1:07

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer

Prison health care company in Missouri and Kansas offers little transparency 0:33

Prison health care company in Missouri and Kansas offers little transparency

Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay addresses issues in the police department 6:20

Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay addresses issues in the police department

Kansas City Crime Stoppers Most Wanted Fugitives 1:47

Kansas City Crime Stoppers Most Wanted Fugitives

Listen to Toni Anderson talk with police officer during traffic stop 5:01

Listen to Toni Anderson talk with police officer during traffic stop

Joe Dahman, son of Harrisonville superintendent, faces scrutiny 0:55

Joe Dahman, son of Harrisonville superintendent, faces scrutiny

'Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn visits Saint Thomas Aquinas High School 2:45

"Gone Girl" author Gillian Flynn visits Saint Thomas Aquinas High School

We Are Branson, Missouri 1:16

We Are Branson, Missouri

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

A virtual tour of new aquarium, museum in Missouri

  • Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer

    A person was shot and killed by an Overland Park police officer Saturday evening when police responded to a call about someone reportedly attempting to harm themselves. The incident happened near England Street and 149th Terrace.