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KCFD is investigating a house fire that displaced a family in South Kansas City.

This is your FIRST DAY OF FALL forecast!!

UPDATE: The police have apprehended the driver who allegedly hit a pedestrian on I-70 early this morning.

Break out your light jackets, grab all the pumpkin flavors you want and enjoy those milder temps! 🍂

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The sun passes over the equator today, and we will have nearly equal day and night - 12 hours of daylight, 12 hours of the night.

@KcWoso  will have a new home for the 2022 season. The club announced Wednesday that it will play its home games at @cmpark , the home stadium of @SportingKC , next season:

The vendor vying to win the concessions contract at the new KCI terminal won’t include Chick-fil-A after complaints about the restaurant.

As the Independence community mourns the loss of police officer Blaize Madrid-Evans who was killed while on duty last week, Hy-Vee has joined the list of organizations looking to offer support.

@Chiefs  coach Andy Reid, QB Patrick Mahomes, WR Byron Pringle and DT Jarran Reed will discuss preparations for Sunday’s AFC West showdown with the Los Angeles Chargers on GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium #Chiefs41  #ChiefsKingdom :

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A sinkhole roughly the size of six to seven washing machines has closed the northbound lanes of State Line Road near 100th Street in Kansas City, Missouri.

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JUST IN: Family creates GoFundMe campaign for child injured in crash involving Chiefs' Britt Reid

BREAKING: A police chase broke out on the Chiefs Kingdom Champions Parade route. We're working to learn more about the circumstances.

JUST IN: @Chiefs  defensive end @TheRealFrankC_  says he will pay for the funeral of LeGend Taliferro, the 4-year-old shot and killed while sleeping earlier this week. >>

When the #Chiefs  fell behind to the Texans in the first quarter, Charles Penn took to Twitter, admitting to being a jinx. He decided to leave Arrowhead Stadium despite paying more than $200 for his ticket. More:

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