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Nixon Again Calls For Mo. Campaign Contribution Limits

Missouri’s campaign finance limits were eliminated by legislation passed in the closing hours of the 2008 session.



KC Police Find 4K Percent More Marijuana in 2013

Police say they found about 850,000 pounds of pot in Kansas City this year, which is a nearly 4,000 percent increase from 2012.


Allen Nicklasson, AKA "The Good Samaritan killer"

Nicklasson’s Execution Delayed

U.S. Supreme Court to issue ruling after 8 A.M. Wednesday


Allen Nicklasson, AKA "The Good Samaritan killer"

Missouri Attorney General Appeals Stay of Execution

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster’s office has appealed the stay of execution for convicted killer Allen Nicklasson, calling the federal appeals court ruling “an abuse of discretion.”


Allen Nicklasson, AKA "The Good Samaritan killer"

Federal Court Panel Stays Allen Nicklasson’s Execution

Allen Nicklasson, 41, had been scheduled to be put to death at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday for killing businessman Richard Drummond in 1994.


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KC City Hall Evacuated After Bomb Threat

Kansas City police on Tuesday morning evacuated about 600 people from City Hall and closed streets in the area after someone called to say a bomb was placed in the building Monday afternoon.


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KC group Gets Bid Packet for 2016 GOP Convention

A Kansas City Convention & Visitors Association spokeswoman says there could be a “significant announcement” next week.


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KC Red Light Camera Law in Question

A Missouri appeals court panel issued a ruling Tuesday that raises questions about the constitutionality of Kansas City’s red-light camera law.


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Federal Agencies Announce Hate Crime Task Force

A new federal task force wants to reduce hate crimes in the Kansas City area by promoting awareness of the problem and fostering open discussion of solutions.


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K C Cops Ticket Writing Goes Way Down

Kansas City police have been issuing considerably fewer tickets since the department swapped paper ticket books for electronic devices.