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Kansas City Overeating Key To Local Restaurant Survival
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Participating in Takeout Tuesday is a great way to support your favorite local businesses. Restaurants like Herrera's Tenderloin Grill on Southwest Boulevard are taking all the precautions they can to keep employees and customers safe.
Cowtown Courtesy Declines
Grocery manager won't tolerate customers mistreatment of staff, asks for understanding during pandemic
Jennelle James, general manager of Snyder's Supermarket, says it's a challenge to keep shelves stocked like before the coronavirus pandemic and customers shouldn't take it out on grocery store workers.
KC Lending Uptick
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As small business owners figure out next steps, local banks are staying busy processing the thousands of loan applications being filled out. At Enterprise Bank and Trust, when the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan application opened, it received roughly 2,000 applications. Employees were going through about three applications a minute.
Hottie Promo Inspires
Lindsey Pelas posted a new video to her Instagram page today and it was a promotional post for Bang Energy Drink. The clip was a funny look into the model's daily routine during the coronavirus quarantine, and in the middle of her day, she enjoyed a "One Woman Rage."
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, D-NY, weighs in on Trump's remarks that he has the total authority to reopen state economies.
The Great Lockdown Debate
Tucker blasts Whitmer over coronavirus restrictions: 'She's willing to destroy the people in her state'
Tucker Carlson slammed Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Monday night, calling some of her coronavirus restrictions "petty authoritarianism" in attempt to be presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's running mate.
Pandemic Power Grab?!?!
House Freedom Caucus Member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, ripped Democrats -- notably presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden -- for shirking their duty to serve the public and using the coronavirus contagion to force through a political wish list.
World Health Organization officials said not all people who recover from the coronavirus have the antibodies to fight a second infection, raising questions as to whether or not patients develop immunity after surviving Covid-19. "With regards to recovery and then re-infection, I believe we do not have the answers to that.
Kansas City Nonprofits First In Line For Cash
Kansas City Regional COVID-19 Response & Recovery Fund announces first wave of grant recipients | LISC Kansas City
The Advisory Board of the Kansas City Regional COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund has announced its first wave of recipients. Over $2.6 million in aid will be sent to 56 area nonprofits for housing support, food assistance, access to healthcare, and other critical human services.
Vital Tips For Local Musicians
Right now, the pandemic is hitting the performing arts especially hard. Hundreds of local musicians are struggling to pay the bills in this time of social distancing. They can't book gigs, and they likely won't be able to for weeks.The performing community is now rallying together to help.Local musicians are helping local groups like the Midwest Music Foundation raise money for performers who need it.
Tragic COVID-19 Circumstance
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A metro family is dealing with the added burden of burying their daughter during the global pandemic. LaShonda Johnson was killed last week when she was hit by a car near Interstate 70 and Blue Ridge Cutoff. Her dad said she was driving to pick up a friend who was stranded [...]
Cowtown Weather Right Now
Rain, and even a few snowflakes are possible Thursday
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