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

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

Amazon Flex drivers on delivering packages in Kansas City

Candlelight vigil held for Gemesha Thomas to raise suicide awareness 1:47

Candlelight vigil held for Gemesha Thomas to raise suicide awareness

Mom wants ridicule and taunts labeled a hate crime against LGBT youth 1:43

Mom wants ridicule and taunts labeled a hate crime against LGBT youth

Black Lives Matter protest of police shooting that killed a Topeka man 1:23

Black Lives Matter protest of police shooting that killed a Topeka man

From Sputnik to the future, new exhibit takes visitors 'Beyond Earth' 1:26

From Sputnik to the future, new exhibit takes visitors 'Beyond Earth'

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

David Beaty on his players not shaking Baker Mayfield's hand during coin-toss ceremony 1:52

David Beaty on his players not shaking Baker Mayfield's hand during coin-toss ceremony

  • Kim Dickens of Kansas City reacts to the Dallas police shootings

    Kim Dickens, of Kansas City, Kan., reacts to the news that shooters in Dallas killed five police officers and wounded seven others Thursday night during a protest over fatal police shootings of black men in other states. An officer in Baton Rouge, La., fatally shot Alton Sterling on Tuesday while Philandro Castile was shot and killed Wednesday in suburban St. Paul, Minn.

Kim Dickens, of Kansas City, Kan., reacts to the news that shooters in Dallas killed five police officers and wounded seven others Thursday night during a protest over fatal police shootings of black men in other states. An officer in Baton Rouge, La., fatally shot Alton Sterling on Tuesday while Philandro Castile was shot and killed Wednesday in suburban St. Paul, Minn. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Kim Dickens, of Kansas City, Kan., reacts to the news that shooters in Dallas killed five police officers and wounded seven others Thursday night during a protest over fatal police shootings of black men in other states. An officer in Baton Rouge, La., fatally shot Alton Sterling on Tuesday while Philandro Castile was shot and killed Wednesday in suburban St. Paul, Minn. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Kansas Citians react to Dallas: ‘It has to stop, and I don’t know how we’ll make it stop’

July 08, 2016 11:32 AM

UPDATED July 08, 2016 08:20 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

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

Amazon Flex drivers on delivering packages in Kansas City

Candlelight vigil held for Gemesha Thomas to raise suicide awareness 1:47

Candlelight vigil held for Gemesha Thomas to raise suicide awareness

Mom wants ridicule and taunts labeled a hate crime against LGBT youth 1:43

Mom wants ridicule and taunts labeled a hate crime against LGBT youth

Black Lives Matter protest of police shooting that killed a Topeka man 1:23

Black Lives Matter protest of police shooting that killed a Topeka man

From Sputnik to the future, new exhibit takes visitors 'Beyond Earth' 1:26

From Sputnik to the future, new exhibit takes visitors 'Beyond Earth'

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

David Beaty on his players not shaking Baker Mayfield's hand during coin-toss ceremony 1:52

David Beaty on his players not shaking Baker Mayfield's hand during coin-toss ceremony

  • '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.