The flames started at about 12:15 a.m. on the fourth floor of the Cross-Lines Retirement Center, located at 3100 Powell Avenue. (KCTV5)A Kansas City, KS, retirement community had to be evacuated and one man was taken to the hospital after a fire early Monday morning. The flames started at about 12:15 a.m. on the fourth floor of the Cross-Lines Retirement Center, located at 3100 Powell Avenue. The man who lived in the room where the fire started was taken to an area hospital.
Wiley is one of four suspects charged with assaulting and killing John Beiker, owner of She's a Pistol gun shop, in January of 2015. (KCTV5)For De'Anthony Wiley, the first steps towards another trial begins Wednesday at the Johnson County courthouse. In October, a mistrial was declared Wiley’s case after he suffered a medical emergency. Wiley is one of four suspects charged with assaulting and killing John Beiker, owner of She's a Pistol gun shop, in January of 2015.
Police are now trying to figure out if the driver was intoxicated and what caused them to crash. (KCTV5)People inside the house say the crash shook the entire home. (KCTV5)A metro family was shaken awake and now cannot live in their home after a driver tried to run over a police officer but instead hit their house late Sunday night. It happened at about 10:50 p.m. at a home in the 4700 block of 67th Terrace. People inside the house say the crash shook the entire home. It is now boarded up.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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