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Weekend events will go on, rain or shine

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It’s a weekend full of outdoor events in Kansas City, but Mother Nature has organizers on edge.

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Know Your Rights: Steps you need to take before signing a lease

Battling your landlord? Paying rent but getting the run-around? KCTV5 is helping your fight back by knowing your rights. Tonight at 10 p.m., we explain what’s legal on both sides of the state line. The steps you need to take before signing a lease after the NCIS: Los Angeles season finale.

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16 blamed for mistakes in deadly US attack on Afghan clinic

(AP Photo/Molly Riley). Army Gen. Joseph Votel, Commander of U.S. Central Command, briefs reporters on the release of the investigation into the U.S. airstrike on the Doctors With Borders trauma center in Kunduz, Afghanistan, Friday, April 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Molly Riley). Army Gen. Joseph Votel, Commander of U.S. Central Command, briefs reporters on the release of the investigation into the U.S. airstrike on the Doctors With Borders trauma center in Kunduz, Afghanistan, Friday, April 29, 2016.
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Human error, violations of combat rules and untimely equipment failures led to the mistaken U.S. aerial attack on a charity-run hospital in Afghanistan last fall that killed 42 people, a senior American general said.... More>>

Chiefs take Miss St DT Chris Jones in second round of draft

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The Kansas City Chiefs spent most of the first two days of the NFL draft stockpiling picks, but still found time to fill two of their biggest needs by grabbing a defensive tackle and cornerback.

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North Korea sends another US citizen to prison

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North Korea sentenced a U.S. citizen of Korean heritage to 10 years in prison with hard labor after convicting him of espionage and subversion, the second American it has put behind bars this year. More>>

Kansas City residents to pay more than double for water bills

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Continued rate hikes to pay for a $2.5 billion overhaul of the city’s water and sewer system will end up costing customers hundreds of dollars.

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Johnson County man's wheelchair stolen one year after leg amputation

After 15 surgeries in 11 years and a leg amputation, Justin Shaffer's wheelchair was stolen in the parking lot of the Lowe's where he works. (Source: KCTV) After 15 surgeries in 11 years and a leg amputation, Justin Shaffer's wheelchair was stolen in the parking lot of the Lowe's where he works. (Source: KCTV)
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After 15 surgeries in 11 years and a leg amputation, Justin Shaffer's wheelchair was stolen in the parking lot of the Lowe's where he works.

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Parents make plea to Topeka lawmakers about gun violence

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Worried parents are asking the Kansas governor to help them stop gun violence.

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Foot fetish lands Kansas City man in jail

Stephen Richardson, 23, faces two misdemeanor assault charges are two women say he took his foot fetish too far. Stephen Richardson, 23, faces two misdemeanor assault charges are two women say he took his foot fetish too far.
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23-year-old Stephen Richardson faces two misdemeanor assault charges after two women say he took his foot fetish too far. 

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Fans snag free Chiefs gear during city-wide scavenger hunt

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It was a scavenger hunt fit for a king(dom).

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Dunkin Donuts rolling out curbside delivery

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Dunkin' Donuts plans to make on-the-go ordering available at more than 1,650 stores in New York in mid-May. (Source: CNN) 

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Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt optimistic about second round draft picks

Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt said he is confident in John Dorsey and Andy Reid's decision to trade the first round draft pick for additional picks in later rounds. (Source: KCTV) Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt said he is confident in John Dorsey and Andy Reid's decision to trade the first round draft pick for additional picks in later rounds. (Source: KCTV)
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Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt said he is confident in John Dorsey and Andy Reid's decision to trade the first round draft pick for additional picks in later rounds.

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Man says dangerous water hazard remains under home

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A man said a dangerous hazard still exists right under his home and he’s trying to get the city to fix it.

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Rowdy Trump protests portend explosive California primary Video included

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Hundreds of rowdy protesters broke through barricades and threw eggs at police Friday outside a hotel where Donald Trump addressed the state's Republican convention. Several Trump supporters said they were roughed up... More>>

Safe! 14-foot Royals statue stolen from billboard found in woods

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A 14-foot-tall cutout of a Kansas City Royals player from a billboard along I-435 has been located in a wooded area.

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NYC pizzeria introduces pizza-made pizza box

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It reads, “A pizza box made entirely of pizza! No waste, 100% pizza and 100%.”   

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Kansas to text parents who owe child support payments

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Kansas Department for Children and Families officials say it will begin texting parents who owe child support in an effort increase collections.

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Backlash forces Ferrell out of Reagan 'Alzheimer's comedy'

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Will Ferrell is no longer pursuing a comedy that mocked President Ronald Reagan's battle with dementia.

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Kansas to text parents who owe child support payments

Kansas Department for Children and Families officials say it will begin texting parents who owe child support in an effort increase collections. More>>

Olathe teachers scoop poop to fund fitness trail

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Sunnyside Elementary has come up with a new way to pick up some extra money for the school's outdoor fitness trail.

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Witness: Snapchat lawsuit based on lies Video included

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A lawsuit filed in Spalding County claims Snapchat tempted a woman to drive too fast, causing a major crash. CBS46 tracked down a witness who says the lawsuit is based on lies

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Fire rips through foam manufacturing facility

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A huge fire sent a plume of smoke billowing into the sky above the metro Thursday.

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Natural gas explosion lead to apartment fire

A natural gas explosion lead to $250k worth of damage. (KCTV5) A natural gas explosion lead to $250k worth of damage. (KCTV5)
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Tuesday morning fire fighters responded to an apartment building fire in the 2000 block of South Mill Street. A natural gas explosion lead to $250k worth of damage.

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Police ID driver killed in rollover crash on I-470

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Police have identified a the 38-year-old Holden man who was killed in a rollover wreck on I-470 and Raytown Road.

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Police: Woman, 80, kills home invader who stabbed husband Video included

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Police said an invader stabbed a woman's husband in the couple's home near Monroe, WA, on Thursday. The wife then shot the attacker, who died at the scene.

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  • Moviegoers drenched by sprinklers at Nissan Stadium

    Moviegoers drenched by sprinklers at Nissan Stadium

    Monday, April 18 2016 1:03 PM EDT2016-04-18 17:03:41 GMT

    Unexpected showers rained down on hundreds who attended the Tennessee Titans’ movie night at Nissan Stadium.

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    Unexpected showers rained down on hundreds who attended the Tennessee Titans’ movie night at Nissan Stadium.

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  • Marietta churchgoers see likeness of Virgin Mary in window

    Marietta churchgoers see likeness of Virgin Mary in window

    Saturday, March 26 2016 7:21 AM EDT2016-03-26 11:21:40 GMT

    What may seem like a foggy window at a catholic church in Marietta is drawing dozens of people from all over Georgia and even moving some to tears.

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    What may seem like a foggy window at a catholic church in Marietta is drawing dozens of people from all over Georgia and even moving some to tears.

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  • Police, lawyer release statements on student's alleged dinosaur killing

    Police, lawyer release statements on student's alleged dinosaur killing

    Friday, March 18 2016 9:39 PM EDT2016-03-19 01:39:01 GMT
    A Summerville High School student who says he was arrested and suspended after writing about killing a dinosaur using a gun in a class assignment has hired a lawyer.More >
    A Summerville High School student who says he was arrested and suspended after writing about killing a dinosaur using a gun in a class assignment has hired a lawyer.
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