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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Kansas City Police
The death of a Missouri man in an Arrowhead Stadium parking lot during Kansas City's game this weekend was ruled a homicide Wednesday, but police said it could still take weeks before they know what killed him.
Kansas City police say a Missouri man who was found in someone else's vehicle outside Arrowhead Stadium and then died in a struggle had gone to a game between the Chiefs and the Broncos in a similar vehicle.
Kansas City police say Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher moved behind a vehicle and shot himself in the team parking lot after he saw police arrive.
Police hope to deliver an investigative report to prosecutors Tuesday, detailing what caused Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher to kill his girlfriend and then himself.
Breaking their silence for the first time, the family of the woman shot and killed by Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher said Monday their "hearts are truly broken" and asked for privacy while they grieve the loss of two loved ones.
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt offered his condolences Sunday to the families affected by the murder-suicide involving one of his players, calling it "an incredibly difficult 24 hours for our family and for our organization."
A 25-year-old Kansas City Chiefs player shot his girlfriend early Saturday, then drove to Arrowhead Stadium and turned the gun on himself as two team officials were confronting him, police said.
After a year of preparing for one of the biggest events to come to the city in decades, Kansas City police are ready to prove they're as capable as any big-city force of delivering a stellar performance at the Major League Baseball All-Star game.
Investigators armed with shovels, rakes and bomb-detection equipment on Wednesday scoured the Kansas City home and yard of a family who say their baby was abducted from her crib as they slept.
A prominent New York City defense attorney has been hired to represent the parents of a missing Kansas City baby.