Crowds like this in the Kansas City Power & Light District, celebrating a Kansas City Royals victory in October over the Baltimore Orioles, will only keep frequenting downtown Kansas City if they feel good about the safety of the area. A weekend homicide raises some concerns.
Crowds like this in the Kansas City Power & Light District, celebrating a Kansas City Royals victory in October over the Baltimore Orioles, will only keep frequenting downtown Kansas City if they feel good about the safety of the area. A weekend homicide raises some concerns. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Crowds like this in the Kansas City Power & Light District, celebrating a Kansas City Royals victory in October over the Baltimore Orioles, will only keep frequenting downtown Kansas City if they feel good about the safety of the area. A weekend homicide raises some concerns. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Safety must be a priority for people to continue to frequent downtown Kansas City

December 30, 2014 12:49 PM

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