{FD} Missouri woman says man shot at her after she refused to give phone number

A young woman walking to church last Thursday afternoon was fired at after she says she turned down a stranger when he asked her for her phone number.

{FD} Child shot by 7-year-old boy on Missouri playground

A young child is recovering in the hospital after another child shot them Sunday evening.

{FD} Missouri man brings joy to others with dollhouses and hugs

A hug for a house — that’s all one Excelsior Springs man wants in exchange for hand-built dollhouses.

{FD} Kansas man free after 17 years in prison after lookalike raises doubts in case

Nearly 17 years in prison for someone else’s crime: A Kansas City’s man freedom only came when his look-alike showed up in prison too.

{FD} Missouri man free after 17 years in prison after lookalike raises doubts in case

Nearly 17 years in prison for someone else’s crime: A Kansas City’s man freedom only came when his look-alike showed up in prison too.

{FD} Tractors roll through Missouri town to help veterans struggling with PTSD

A group of Northland tractor owners hit the road Saturday in the first ever American Legion Tractor Cruise. It’s all to benefit veterans struggling with PTSD.

{FD} Residents take cover as massive hail pounds Missouri

Grapefruit-sized hail pounded Adrian, Missouri Saturday afternoon. The storm hammered homes and cars and left a trail of damage.

{FD} Missouri kids see dead person during bus ride; police confirm suicide

The Raytown School District confirms it sent out a letter on Tuesday offering to help Raytown Middle School students who were on their bus when the bus passed the body of a person who took his or her own life.

{FD} Video captures moment good Samartians rescue man trapped under car

Just in the nick of the time in under two minutes, the two quick-thinking, Kansas City dads and several other good Samaritans rescued Carlos Green.

{FD} Kansas City Jimmy John’s worker calmly hands over cash with gun to his head

Kansas City police released clear surveillance video showing a worker at a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop calmly handing over money with a gun pointed to his head.

{FD} Missouri man beaten, held at gunpoint believes he’d be dead if cops hadn’t come to help

The homeowner injured in the violent home invasion Wednesday in which an Independence police officer was shot, is grateful to Officer Tom Wagstaff for coming to help him. He believes if police hadn’t responded, he’d be dead.

{FD} Missouri woman’s boyfriend casts skepticism on investigation into her disappearance

Toni Anderson’s boyfriend is speaking out after her car was discovered in the Missouri River in Parkville on Friday. Police said they have no indication of foul play, but Pete Sanchez said he doesn’t think her car ended up in the river on accident.

{FD} Veteran said he was asked to leave post office because he didn’t have his service dog’s ID

A veteran who served his country in Vietnam plans to protest outside Union Station Thursday to remind the community about the Americans with Disabilities Act after a clerk at the post office refused to allow his service dog inside.

{FD} Missing woman’s dad presses on with search after relatives find other bodies

For the second straight weekend family searching for Jessica Runions found a dead body, but the deceased turned out not to be the missing Missouri woman.

{FD} Cane-wielding Good Samaritan thwarts attack on bus driver

A senior citizen stepped in to stop a dramatic attack on a bus driver in Missouri, hitting the suspect again and again with his cane.

{FD} Surveillance footage shows attack on bus driver thwarted by cane-wielding Good Samaritan

The city said that bus never made it to its next bus stop because one of its riders started acting strange and then attacked the woman driving the bus.

{FD} Missouri to loosen requirements for concealed carry, triggering debate

On New Year’s Day, Missouri will several other states that have eliminated the requirement for a concealed carry license.

{FD} WWII veteran finally gets medals he earned more than 70 years ago

A 95-year-old World War II veteran in Kansas has finally received medals he deserves.