National Crime Victims Week recognizes those who have endured pain and loss through crime

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FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports—KANSAS CITY, Mo. — On a sunny Sunday afternoon, roughly 50 people filed into the community room at Kansas City Police Department’s Patrol East off 27th Street. Many held roses. Some spoke to each other. Rows of chairs made an aisle down the middle. In every row, a box of Kleenex sat in the seat of one chair. Sunday began National Crime Victims Rights Week. It is a time for those who have been a victim of a crime or [

KC community will remember crime victims long after national week. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Saturday marks the end of National Crime Victims Rights Week, but a local agency doesn’t want people to stop talking when the week is over. Healing Pathway Victim Service Agency invited family and friends of crime victims to the Gregg/Klice Community Center. One mom in attendance lost her boy to gun violence and is now lending a hand to those who know the same tragedy. Michelle Stephenson still feels the pain of losing her 16-year-old. Colby [