Homicides Up In Kansas City, Anti Violence Alliance Sets 2016 Plans

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Coming off a historically low homicide total in 2014, leaders of the Kansas City No Violence Alliance (KC NoVA) were optimistic about what 2015 would bring. Instead, the city has seen a significant upward tick in killings, reports the Kansas City Star. Last year, with 81 homicides, Kansas City recorded its lowest total since 1972.
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