Family, neighbors weigh in on murders along Indian Creek Trail system
Kansas City police said Friday, May 19, 2017, they are investigating “obvious similarities” among four homicides along the Indian Creek Trail, including the Thursday slaying of Mike Darby. Family members of those who were killed, neighbors and oth
Burglars broke into Grinders, iTap and Mission Taco — three restaurants in the East Crossroads — early Friday, smashing through doors, ransacking offices and ripping out surveillance and alarm equipment.
Defense lawyer Dan Ross talks about the charges against David Jungerman, who is accused of killing Kansas City attorney Tom Pickert in Brookside. Jungerman pleaded not guilty via video in court Thursday.
In 2017, police issued more than 118,000 parking and traffic tickets in Kansas City. The Star analyzed the data to help shed light on trends within the system, including the breakdown of infractions, who gets tickets and where tickets are issued.
Schlitterbahn water park co-owner Jeff Henry appeared in Wyandotte County court Thursday during a hearing pertaining to charges of second degree murder, aggravated battery and aggravated child endangerment int he 2016 death of Caleb Schwab.