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    Beginning next month the Kansas City Police Department and other Missouri law enforcement agencies will lose funding for sobriety checkpoints; $19 million in federal funds will shift away from checkpoints to saturation patrols.

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William Luth pleads guilty to kidnapping and rape of Johnson County Sheriff’s deputy 0:53

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New motion for KCK man's exoneration reveals possible legal misconduct

'There’s someone with a gun!' said one witness at Costco shooting 2:25

'There’s someone with a gun!' said one witness at Costco shooting

KCK police captain who stopped Costco gunman shares his experience 2:22

KCK police captain who stopped Costco gunman shares his experience

Terror plot by militia group in Kansas thwarted 2:58

Terror plot by militia group in Kansas thwarted

Surveillance video of Costco gunman released by Lenexa police 3:22

Surveillance video of Costco gunman released by Lenexa police

If you witness a crime, here’s what to do 1:15

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Watch: Do you recognize this man stealing cash from Lawrence cash register? 0:33

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Off-duty KCK officer 'just happened to be there' when armed man entered Costco 2:46

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