Quick roundup of how locals are reacting to the pandemic that's starting to hit this cowtown . . . Checkit:
Kansas City Hipster Transit Freebies Amid Coronavirus
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - RideKC is offering people and businesses free bike and scooter rides during the coronavirus pandemic. According to the nonprofit, riders can use bikes and scooters free for 20 minutes with each ride.
Calling Out KCK
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Kansas City, Kansas Police launched a new hotline Thursday for residents to report businesses that are not complying with the "stay-at-home" order that went into effect for the city and all of Wyandotte County on Tuesday, March 24. Residents should call (913) 225-4788 if they believe a business or individual is [...]
Show-Me Jailbird Freedom To Protect Against Coronavirus
Amid concerns that prisoners face a heightened risk of exposure to the coronavirus, a public interest law firm wants Missouri to release prisoners whose parole has been revoked - in many cases on technicalities.
Kansas COVID-19 Consequences
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The number of jobless workers in Kansas who filed initial unemployment claims last week was 12 times as high as it was the week before as measures to control the spread of the new coronavirus took their toll on the economy. The U.S.
Olathe Precaution Worker Fight
OLATHE, KS (KCTV) - At KCTV5 News, we continue to hear from viewers concerned about their jobs. We know many of you have lost your jobs, but others are concerned about how their employers are handling this crisis.
"Stay at Home" may be the new normal in Kansas City beginning Tuesday (March 24), but that has only inspired the Downtown and River Market Community Improvement Districts to double-down on their daily mandate to keep its neighborhoods clean and safe. Mayor Quinton Lucas ordered Kansas Citians to stay-at-home now through April 24, except for "essential activities."
Locals Boozehounds Start Functional Alcoholism Support Group Via Social Media
Efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have left people all across the U.S. to come up with... More "
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