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  • Boost Mobile employee dies a hero

    Police are calling a Boost Mobile employee a hero. Kansas City's 110th homicide claims life of a man who had come to the aid of a female co-worker during an armed robbery Monday afternoon in the 6800 block of Longview Road.

Boost Mobile employee dies a hero

Police are calling a Boost Mobile employee a hero. Kansas City's 110th homicide claims life of a man who had come to the aid of a female co-worker during an armed robbery Monday afternoon in the 6800 block of Longview Road.
Tammy Ljungblad and Kaitlyn Schwartz The Kansas City Star