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  • Gun violence on the rise

    Last year, 477 people suffered nonfatal gunshot injuries in Kansas City, a shocking increase from previous years. A Kansas City Star analysis shows where in the city each victim was shot and in what month.

Last year, 477 people suffered nonfatal gunshot injuries in Kansas City, a shocking increase from previous years. A Kansas City Star analysis shows where in the city each victim was shot and in what month. Kansas City Police Department data analyzed by Robert A. Cronkleton, Jay Pilgreen and Neil Nakahodo. The Kansas City Star
Last year, 477 people suffered nonfatal gunshot injuries in Kansas City, a shocking increase from previous years. A Kansas City Star analysis shows where in the city each victim was shot and in what month. Kansas City Police Department data analyzed by Robert A. Cronkleton, Jay Pilgreen and Neil Nakahodo. The Kansas City Star

Gunfire victimizing Kansas Citians at alarming rate

May 14, 2017 7:00 AM