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

Big Sonia (Trailer) 3:01

Big Sonia (Trailer)

Is Lawrence's crime coming from Topeka? 3:32

Is Lawrence's crime coming from Topeka?

Even the brutality of the Nazis couldn't turn this woman into a hater 2:49

Even the brutality of the Nazis couldn't turn this woman into a hater

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens 2:37

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens

Is Jolie Justus the KC mayor's pick for his replacement? 1:47

Is Jolie Justus the KC mayor's pick for his replacement?

This 'suicide curve' is the site of numerous violent crashes 1:33

This 'suicide curve' is the site of numerous violent crashes

Andy Reid following the Giants’ loss: “There’s a sense of urgency...or there should be” 5:08

Andy Reid following the Giants’ loss: “There’s a sense of urgency...or there should be”

Alex Smith on the 12-9 overtime loss: “You should be focused on every one of these games” 7:37

Alex Smith on the 12-9 overtime loss: “You should be focused on every one of these games”

Travis Kelce: 'Guys gotta start stepping up' 1:04

Travis Kelce: 'Guys gotta start stepping up'

  • Spirits high despite soggy start to holiday weekend

    A light drizzle did not dampen the spirits of musician Bo Claxton and his band, Homemade Jamm, as they blasted out tunes including "You Are My Sunshine" for shoppers that turned out Saturday to begin their Fourth of July holiday weekend with music and a bit of shopping at the Merriam Farmers Market.

A light drizzle did not dampen the spirits of musician Bo Claxton and his band, Homemade Jamm, as they blasted out tunes including "You Are My Sunshine" for shoppers that turned out Saturday to begin their Fourth of July holiday weekend with music and a bit of shopping at the Merriam Farmers Market. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
A light drizzle did not dampen the spirits of musician Bo Claxton and his band, Homemade Jamm, as they blasted out tunes including "You Are My Sunshine" for shoppers that turned out Saturday to begin their Fourth of July holiday weekend with music and a bit of shopping at the Merriam Farmers Market. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com

Rain in Kansas City isn’t letting up, raising concerns about flooding

July 02, 2016 10:51 AM

UPDATED July 02, 2016 08:42 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

Big Sonia (Trailer) 3:01

Big Sonia (Trailer)

Is Lawrence's crime coming from Topeka? 3:32

Is Lawrence's crime coming from Topeka?

Even the brutality of the Nazis couldn't turn this woman into a hater 2:49

Even the brutality of the Nazis couldn't turn this woman into a hater

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens 2:37

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens

Is Jolie Justus the KC mayor's pick for his replacement? 1:47

Is Jolie Justus the KC mayor's pick for his replacement?

This 'suicide curve' is the site of numerous violent crashes 1:33

This 'suicide curve' is the site of numerous violent crashes

Andy Reid following the Giants’ loss: “There’s a sense of urgency...or there should be” 5:08

Andy Reid following the Giants’ loss: “There’s a sense of urgency...or there should be”

Alex Smith on the 12-9 overtime loss: “You should be focused on every one of these games” 7:37

Alex Smith on the 12-9 overtime loss: “You should be focused on every one of these games”

Travis Kelce: 'Guys gotta start stepping up' 1:04

Travis Kelce: 'Guys gotta start stepping up'

  • '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.