• Property damaged in weekend disturbance at Kansas juvenile lockup By KMBC   -   May 21, 2019

    PROPERTY DAMAGED IN WEEKEND DISTURBANCE AT KANSAS JUVENILE LOCKUP

    Kansas prison officials say 10 young male offenders damaged property inside three living units

  • Missouri AG prepared to defend new abortion measure if needed By KMBC   -   May 21, 2019

    MISSOURI AG PREPARED TO DEFEND NEW ABORTION MEASURE IF NEEDED

    Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said he is prepared to defend the state's new abortion measure if needed.

  • KC mayoral candidates clash over housing By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    KC MAYORAL CANDIDATES CLASH OVER HOUSING

    Jolie Justus accused Quinton Lucas of missing an important City Council meeting. Lucas called it a cheap political hit.

  • MO attorney general teams up with FBI to combat human trafficking By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    MO ATTORNEY GENERAL TEAMS UP WITH FBI TO COMBAT HUMAN TRAFFICKING

    Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has teamed up with the FBI to combat human trafficking.

  • 'Waif's Day Out' program gets shelter dogs out for field trips By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    'WAIF'S DAY OUT' PROGRAM GETS SHELTER DOGS OUT FOR FIELD TRIPS

    People can take a dog on an adventure for a couple of hours.

  • Serv Pro expects to answer many calls this week about flooded basements By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    SERV PRO EXPECTS TO ANSWER MANY CALLS THIS WEEK ABOUT FLOODED BASEMENTS

    With heavy rain in the forecast this week, Serv Pro expects to field dozens of calls from homeowners with flooded basements.

  • Rain, storms continue Monday night into Tuesday By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    RAIN, STORMS CONTINUE MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY

    Storms will continue into Tuesday morning. Some of those storms could be severe.

  • Immigrant mother, daughter graduate from same college, together By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    IMMIGRANT MOTHER, DAUGHTER GRADUATE FROM SAME COLLEGE, TOGETHER

    It took Sandra Murillo two years to learn English, but she now holds a bachelor's degree in public health

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  • Star of Netflix's 'Jailbirds' arrested in California By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    STAR OF NETFLIX'S 'JAILBIRDS' ARRESTED IN CALIFORNIA

    Megan Hawkins, who was featured in Netflix's "Jailbirds," was arrested last week after Elk Grove police said she was spotted at an...

  • Efforts to protect patients from cyberattacks grow By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    EFFORTS TO PROTECT PATIENTS FROM CYBERATTACKS GROW

    "We're clearly 10 to 15 years behind."

  • Remember: Massive EF5 tornado hits Moore on May 20, 2013 By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    REMEMBER: MASSIVE EF5 TORNADO HITS MOORE ON MAY 20, 2013

    On May 20, 2013, a massive EF 5 tornado hit Moore, Oklahoma. Twenty-five lives were lost, including seven children who died while trying...

  • First Alert Ride Along: Watch KMBC's Nick Bender chase storms in Oklahoma By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    FIRST ALERT RIDE ALONG: WATCH KMBC'S NICK BENDER CHASE STORMS IN OKLAHOMA

  • From the KMBC Archives: Ruskin Heights tornado took 44 lives, injured 531 people 62 years ago By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    FROM THE KMBC ARCHIVES: RUSKIN HEIGHTS TORNADO TOOK 44 LIVES, INJURED 531 PEOPLE 62 YEARS AGO

    F-5 tornado stuck Kansas City area May 20, 1957

  • ‘Cooler, wetter season' on way for central region By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    ‘COOLER, WETTER SEASON' ON WAY FOR CENTRAL REGION

    National Weather Service: Forecasts trending toward cooler, more precipitation over next 3 months

  • Sprint stock soaring after reports circulate regarding FCC chairman's approval of merger By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    SPRINT STOCK SOARING AFTER REPORTS CIRCULATE REGARDING FCC CHAIRMAN'S APPROVAL OF MERGER

    Sprint's CEO warned without merger, company would be forced to cut jobs in Kansas City

  • Columbia police seek naked burglar By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    COLUMBIA POLICE SEEK NAKED BURGLAR

    Both homes the man entered were unlocked.

  • LSPD investigating after vehicle crashes into front of police headquarters By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    LSPD INVESTIGATING AFTER VEHICLE CRASHES INTO FRONT OF POLICE HEADQUARTERS

    One person was taken into custody

  • Kansas City in and out of rain, strong storms over next several days By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    KANSAS CITY IN AND OUT OF RAIN, STRONG STORMS OVER NEXT SEVERAL DAYS

    Get ready for more rain.

  • Due to overwhelming demand, George Strait schedules second show at Sprint Center By KMBC   -   May 20, 2019

    DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND, GEORGE STRAIT SCHEDULES SECOND SHOW AT SPRINT CENTER

    Strait set to play Saturday and Sunday Jan. 25 and 26

  • Two children stuck by vehicles in metro By KMBC   -   May 19, 2019

    TWO CHILDREN STUCK BY VEHICLES IN METRO

    Accidents happened within 5 minutes of each other