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By Margaret Stafford, Jim Salter, Associated Press
As 16-year-old Ralph Yarl struggled to come to grips with being shot for going to the wrong house to pick up his younger brothers, the white Kansas City, Missouri, homeowner who shot the Black teenager turned himself in on Tuesday.
The 85-year-old white man who shot a Black teen at his front door in Kansas City, Missouri, last week has been charged charged with armed assault, the Clay County prosecutor said Monday.
Authorities in Kansas City, Missouri, say the investigation into the shooting by a homeowner of a Black teenager who went to the wrong house to pick up his younger brothers includes questions about whether it was racially motivated.
Jackson County Judge Dale Youngs issued the verdict Friday against Officer Eric J. DeValkenaere in the death of 26-year-old Cameron Lamb, who was parking a pickup truck in his backyard when he was shot Dec. 3, 2019.
By Heather Hollingsworth, Associated Press
By Gabrielle Hays
Parents say the district is doing little to mitigate the ongoing problems, including individual attacks on students based on their race.
By Dave Skretta, Associated Press
The announcement Thursday comes on the heels of the NFL team in Washington choosing to drop its nickname after a long and often contentious dialogue with fans and the public.
Two men opened fire inside a bar in Kansas City, Kansas, early Sunday, killing four people and wounding five others in a shooting believed to have stemmed from an earlier dispute, police said.
By Lorna Baldwin
British artist Andy Goldsworthy gave the PBS NewsHour team the chance to see one of his now famous “rain shadows” while filming with him in Kansas City, Missouri. Goldsworthy has, for decades, made art works using his body -- climbing…
In our news wrap Tuesday, a federal court in Kansas City blocked a Missouri law that bans most abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy. The new statute had been scheduled to go into effect Tuesday, but the judge issued a…
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