More Videos

'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets 0:54

'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets

Watch an animated depiction of how a Hyperloop One pod works 0:27

Watch an animated depiction of how a Hyperloop One pod works

Editorial Board conversation with Vietnam vet John Musgrave 4:07

Editorial Board conversation with Vietnam vet John Musgrave

Amazon Flex drivers on delivering packages in Kansas City 1:14

Amazon Flex drivers on delivering packages in Kansas City

How this black, Muslim, transgender girl is trying to cope in Trump's America 4:23

How this black, Muslim, transgender girl is trying to cope in Trump's America

KU's Hasan Defense discusses his late hit on Baker Mayfield 1:38

KU's Hasan Defense discusses his late hit on Baker Mayfield

Joe Dineen explains why KU's captains didn't shake Baker Mayfield's hand after the coin toss 3:40

Joe Dineen explains why KU's captains didn't shake Baker Mayfield's hand after the coin toss

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens 2:37

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens

Church shootings lead to beefed up security 1:41

Church shootings lead to beefed up security

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption 1:19

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption

  • Car drives into Missouri River at Parkville's English Landing Park

    Parkville police officers saw a car drive into the Missouri River from the boat ramp at English Landing Park. Authorities believe they have located the car underwater with sonar. It was too dark to see if anyone was inside when it submerged.

Parkville police officers saw a car drive into the Missouri River from the boat ramp at English Landing Park. Authorities believe they have located the car underwater with sonar. It was too dark to see if anyone was inside when it submerged. Robert A. Cronkleton The Kansas City Star
Parkville police officers saw a car drive into the Missouri River from the boat ramp at English Landing Park. Authorities believe they have located the car underwater with sonar. It was too dark to see if anyone was inside when it submerged. Robert A. Cronkleton The Kansas City Star

Parkville officer spots car going into Missouri River; officials awaiting divers

May 17, 2017 07:06 AM

UPDATED May 17, 2017 03:47 PM

More Videos

'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets 0:54

'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets

Watch an animated depiction of how a Hyperloop One pod works 0:27

Watch an animated depiction of how a Hyperloop One pod works

Editorial Board conversation with Vietnam vet John Musgrave 4:07

Editorial Board conversation with Vietnam vet John Musgrave

Amazon Flex drivers on delivering packages in Kansas City 1:14

Amazon Flex drivers on delivering packages in Kansas City

How this black, Muslim, transgender girl is trying to cope in Trump's America 4:23

How this black, Muslim, transgender girl is trying to cope in Trump's America

KU's Hasan Defense discusses his late hit on Baker Mayfield 1:38

KU's Hasan Defense discusses his late hit on Baker Mayfield

Joe Dineen explains why KU's captains didn't shake Baker Mayfield's hand after the coin toss 3:40

Joe Dineen explains why KU's captains didn't shake Baker Mayfield's hand after the coin toss

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens 2:37

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens

Church shootings lead to beefed up security 1:41

Church shootings lead to beefed up security

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption 1:19

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption

  • 'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets

    KC Mothers in Charge, World Changers Church surprise 15 Kansas City families who've lost loved ones to murder with Thanksgiving baskets.