A Scripps investigation has uncovered serious concerns about complications from a popular form of birth control.
The Jackson County Assessor’s office says it is in the process of sending letters to 58,000 homeowners after they believe bad data was used to calculate home values.
Kansas City Councilman Michael Brooks broke his silence about a controversial $15,000 payment of taxpayer funds, but would not answer questions from the media.
To folks who live or work near downtown Mission, it is a sight for sore eyes: workers pouring concrete on a walking path that has been more of an eyesore for years.
Documents obtained by 41 Action News reveal how $15,000 in missing taxpayer money meant to bring Floyd Mayweather to Kansas City was actually spent.
Emails between employees of the Missouri Department of Social Services show notes missing as Lucas Webb’s case was transferred between investigators.
Bannister Complex Investigation
Congressman Emanuel Cleaver told workers at the Bannister Federal Complex there are no Superfund sites located there, despite the 2.5-year 41 Action News investigation into the Bannister Federal Complex on Superfund sites, deaths, and toxins.
A 41 Action News investigation discovered one of the nation's leading youth organizations did not report suspected child sexual abuse to authorities, allowing accused molesters to avoid punishment and putting other children in harm's way.
Join us, starting Sunday, as the Scripps National Investigative Team reveals records and stories detailing years of abuse inside the Boy Scouts of America. Watch a preview here.
Meet the Investigators
Ryan Kath is an award-winning investigative reporter for 41 Action News. He joined the I-team in 2010 after working for four years as a multimedia journalist at the station.
Melissa Yeager is an award winning investigative reporter and a Kansas City native. She is a graduate of the University of Kansas as well as Blue Valley Northwest High School.
A wide-ranging farm bill the House is considering would cut food stamps by $2 billion a year and make it more difficult for some people to qualify for the domestic food aid program.
Click inside for the latest information about the Doce Fire, burning near Prescott, Ariz., from the Prescott National and U.S. Forest Service.