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For the first few years, Harold and Alberta Leach kept hoping their missing son, Randy, would come home. Twenty-six years have passed since the high school senior and the family car vanished from a graduation party, but the Linwood parents still want to find their only child. They’re desperate to know whether law enforcement left no stone unturned in the search for Randy, in part because they’ve felt for years that investigators were secretive, refusing to keep them abreast of developments. But law enforcement agencies refuse to release the records, citing an ongoing investigation, even the broad outlines of which they decline to reveal.
Kansas City police say they’re investigating the reported kidnapping of a 37-year-old woman.
The parents of a missing 19-year-old Olathe woman are getting support from the family of Kelsey Smith, who was abducted from an Overland Park parking lot and murdered in 2007.
Police in northeastern Kansas are continuing to follow up on tips as they search for a missing 19-year-old student.
The family of a Kansas City girl who has been missing nearly two months has asked a group of people holding nightly vigils in front of the family's home to go somewhere else.
Police still hunting for leads on girl's first birthday
The half-brothers of missing infant Lisa Irwin were re-interviewed by authorities Thursday night on the eve of the girl's first birthday.
Police say they have run out of places to look for a Kansas City baby who disappeared from her crib more than five weeks ago and whose first birthday is Friday, but the hunt for Lisa Irwin continues behind the scenes.
A former lawyer for the Kansas City family of a missing baby says she will keep working to find the child.
The Kansas City lawyer for the family of a 10-month-old baby reported missing more than three weeks ago says she's no longer involved in the case.
The problem, officials say, is that Lisa Irwin's age — just 10 months when she went missing on Oct. 4 — countless babies match the same description, right down to the bright blue eyes and two bottom teeth. She does have a distinguishing birth mark on her right thigh, but that would hardly be noticed from a distance.
A 21-year-old woman is home safe after being abducted from a Topeka grocery store and forced to drive to Kansas City before her captors let her go in Lawrence.
Lawrence police arrest the fourth and final person connected to a kidnapping earlier this month at a south Lawrence apartment complex.
The Douglas County District Attorney's office files more kidnapping charges in connection with an incident November 10th when a woman was held in an apartment for several hours.
Two women arrested in connection with a weekend kidnapping now face a slew of charges, including the kidnapping of two children.