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New Year's Is For Going To Jail!!!
It's New Year's Eve weekend! And with all the excitement, there's also the concern about security. KCTV5's Abigael Jaymes explains what police are doing to keep you safe this weekend.
Even More Hipster Weekend Planning
Whether you're full of spirits or simply need to get out of the house, The Indie on Main (1228 Main St.) has Karaoke Friday from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. If you can't make it this Friday, there is always next Friday.
Local Corporate Collabo Of Sorts
A big new investment for Uber could mean a prime seat for Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure. The top executive at Overland Park-based Sprint Corp. is a prime candidate to be named a director of the ride-hailing service, The Wall Street Journal reports.
JoCo Dude Still Gone
LENEXA, Kan. - The Lenexa Police Department is asking for help finding 53-year-old Orlando X. Martinez of Kansas City, Kansas. Police said he was last seen in Lenexa on Wednesday, Dec. 20. He has not been in contact with family or friends since then.
Show-Me An Extra 15 Cents
As midnight strikes on New Year's Eve, many minimum wage workers will have an extra reason to celebrate: They'll be getting a raise. In 18 states and 20 localities, lawmakers are forcing up the minimum wage on Jan. 1. For years, a large number of state and local governments have been driving up wages in response to federal inaction.
Kansas City Women Against Harassment
The Kansas City-based Women's Foundation on Friday announced a list of recommendations aimed at improving sexual harassment prevention and response in the Statehouse. Those recommendations come on the heels of controversy about the way legislators and political officials responded to instances of alleged harassment or assault in Kansas politics.
Cowtown Ice World Weekend Awaits
The Arctic air over southern Canada moves our way Friday night. A cold front moves through early Saturday and behind the front we are looking at an area of snow developing and spreading out across our region. (KCTV5) Behind the snow, an arctic high pressure system sets up almost right over Kansas City.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for the late morning . . .