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Published on October 10, 2019
Top Kansas City news: FBI seeks help in locating 3 fugitives; new public art administrator namedPhoto: Stuart Seeger/Flickr

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Kansas City.

FBI seeks help in locating 3 fugitives in drug trafficking, street gang case

The FBI is asking for help in locating 28-year-old Errick Eugene Martin Jr., 23-year-old Kenneth Dewayne Scott and 33-year-old Michael Earl Sims. The FBI said the three men should be considered armed and dangerous.

Read the full story on KMBC.

New public art administrator named 

The city has hired James Martin, an independent consultant and curator, writer and educator, for the position, which has been vacant since April 2018. 

Read the full story on KCUR.

Tyreek Hill could play for Chiefs this Sunday

Tyreek Hill could come back this Sunday, and Patrick Mahomes avoided a major ankle injury, but that's pretty much the end of the Chiefs' positive news on the injury front.

Read the full story on Fox 4 Kansas City.

Kansas City firm makes $6.9M bid for rural Kansas hospital

A Kansas City company that specializes in turning around financially distressed hospitals is seeking to buy a rural central Kansas hospital that is in bankruptcy. 

Read the full story on MySanAntonio.

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