We can't see coronavirus around us, but one product helps to show how it spreads. KCTV5's Angie Ricono used it in her own home and here are the results.
The skyrocketing price of insulin is leaving some fighting to survive. Here's how one lawmaker is trying help people who are living one vial at a time.
The United States House Oversight Committee wants the Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to respond to allegations that a military base made U.S. soldiers sick.
Veterans say the evidence is now clear and overwhelming that a military base used by American soldiers was actually a toxic waste dump. Veterans say they are now getting sick and dying. They need help.
It's a question facing communities across the country right now: What do we do for the people whose lives were changed forever when they were sent to prison for a crime they had nothing to do with?
Two men from our area know what it’s like to be wrongfully convicted and spend decades behind bars. They’ve rebuilt their lives after being freed and exonerated but starting over is only the beginning. For more information, visit this page: https://www.miracleofinnocence.org
Has the obsession with “true crime” gone too far? See how evidence from a dark chapter in Kansas City history is now “murder-abilia” that’s up for sale to the highest bidder.
Transplant surgeons in the Kansas City area are sounding the alarm over a new nationwide policy that will soon change the rules, and doctors warn it will have a devastating effect and harm local patients.
A new legal challenge to the troubled Jackson County assessment asks a judge to stop collection above 2018 rate and declare the recent assessment unconstitutional.