Parents at Children's Mercy Hospitals were greeted Tuesday with a new "No Hit Zone". It's an anti-spanking initiative being practiced in only a handful of hospitals in the country. More>>
A Pennsylvania woman has been accused of selling heroin from her hospital bed in the ICU. More>>
Kansas City police have identified the body of a man found inside a pickup truck submerged in a pond at a Northland apartment complex. More>>
The Jewish Community Center will complete the auditions it was holding the day a gunman shot and killed a teen and his grandfather outside the facility. More>>
A single-engine plane had to make an emergency landing in a Miami County field Tuesday evening. More>>
Those thinking flu season is over should think again. The flu bug hit one metro daycare so hard that they had to shut down for a couple days. More>>
A woman has been charged after her newborn baby boy was found in a trash can outside a Greenville home on Monday, according to police. More>>
A mom recalls fighting a dog as the animal attacked her two-year-old daughter. More>>
A 10-year-old shooting victim is in a hospital battling a serious infection from his injuries as his family grapples with paying for his mounting medical bills. More>>
Hundreds of midtowners are getting noisy and they're doing it in hopes of keeping their homes quiet from a QuikTrip convenience store.
A recent study by the national research group the Brookings Institute says Kansas City is the 14th best city in America among the nation's 51 metros with populations over a million for millennials, people in the 19-to-37-age range. More>>
A 45-year-old Kansas City man has died from his injuries after a head-on crash in the Northland. A Lee's Summit man is accused of driving with a blood-alcohol level more than three times the legal limit when he caused the crash.
Marijuana is legal in many parts of the country, but a Missouri man is serving life in prison for possessing it. He has no more appeals and no hope for parole. KCTV5 News dug into his case and discovered something that could help his clemency request. More>>
What are Nikita and Berlin up to today at the Kansas City Zoo? Find out here in this live polar-bear camera. The free, online viewing allows anyone to watch Nikita and Berlin up close from their computer.