Missouri’s stand your ground law removes the duty to retreat anywhere a person may legally be, even beyond one’s “castle."
Black leaders in Kansas City held a vigil for Black women who have gone missing on the watch of the Kansas City Police Department.
Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, who is Black, tweeted screenshots of a text message he got that not only called him the N-word but also said he "should swing from a tree."
Kansas City Congressional candidate exposed as a racist following old social media posts resurfacing from burner accounts.
Kansas City Congressional candidate Maite Salazar confused Al Jarreau for Bill Cosby in an attempt to slander her opponent Rep. Emanuel Cleaver.
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