Kansas City animal shelter KC Pet Project says it’s at crisis capacity

KC Pet Project said it was at crisis capability. It is absorbed by 400 animals in a few days. Shelter workers said it was the economy. Prices are rising and it is more expensive to take care of an animal. A playroom that’s usually reserved for dogs at KC Pet Project is now lined with … Read more

Stabbed student at Northeast Middle School dies

The Kansas City Police Department said a student stabbed Tuesday morning at a Kansas City college died. had been stabbed and was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries. At approximately 8:15 p.m., police announced that the student had died. The police did not release the identity of the victim. Authorities said a person of interest … Read more

Ex-Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Justin Dobler Says His Termination Was Result of Retaliation

For nearly two years, KMBC 9 Investigates has been investigating allegations of sexual harassment within the ranks of the Kansas Highway Patrol. Now there is a new twist. A soldier says he was fired, in retaliation after a Facebook post supporting the women who came forward. Justin Dobler joined the Kansas Highway Patrol in 2017. … Read more

Former Mail Carrier Paul O. Robinson Pleads Guilty to Stealing Collectible Sports Cards

A former mail carrier pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to stealing nearly 100 sports cards worth thousands of dollars through the mail, the U.S. attorney’s office said. Paul O. Robinson, 26, of Richmond, Missouri, pleaded guilty to one count of mail theft. The U.S. Attorney’s Office said in a press release that Robinson admitted … Read more

Ukrainian American in Kansas City worries about his family still there | News

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — Vitaly Chernetsky arrived in the United States decades ago. The KU Slavic Languages ​​and Literatures professor is a naturalized US citizen, but he still has strong academic and personal ties to his native Ukraine. His entire immediate family, including his father, still lives there. He speaks daily with his father … Read more

KC Streetcar trolley track extension work begins

Construction began this week on the partial relocation of the Harry Wiggins Trolley Track. The track work is the one of the first major projects related to the KC Streetcar Main Street extension. The Trolley Trail located between 49th Street and 51st Street will be relocated approximately 20-feet to the east of the existing trail. … Read more