Right now we celebrate CharMac going mainstream and offer a glimpse at some of the top news for right now . . .
KC Shelter In Place Promo
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's known for putting a roof over people's heads, but now Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City is in need of help. Due to the novel coronavirus and the city's stay-at-home order, the organization has stopped all construction on new homes. It's also closed one of its biggest financial resources.
St. Luke's Preps For COVID-19 Pandemic In Kansas City
One of Kansas City biggest hospitals is adding more beds, anticipating a surge from the virus.Saint Luke's is adding 163 more beds. Almost half of them are intensive care beds, according to the hospital. Other hospitals are considering doing the same."Yes.
Local HOA Health Check
Jennifer Robinson couldn't believe what she was reading when she saw the email Tuesday from her HOA. "In the unfortunate event that you or a member of your household tests positive for COVID-19," the message said, please report it to the HOA's property manager. The property manager would then notify every homeowner, it said.
Shawnee Social Distancing
Shawnee Mission to issue trespassing citations to those not social distancing at district facilities
The Shawnee Mission School District said it will begin issuing trespassing citations Tuesday to people using district facilities who are not following social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic.The district said it continues to receive complaints, as well as police departments, about large groups playing sports on district fields.Groups of
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The Juice Shares Tiger King Opinion On Real Killer
When it comes to OJ Simpson's suspicions around Carole Baskin, the gloves are off. The Juice himself chimed in on Netflix's hit docuseries "Tiger King," joining a growing chorus of celebs and armchair detectives who believe Baskin, a big cat activist and foe to Joe "Exotic" Maldonado-Passage, murdered her former husband by chopping him up and feeding him to her tigers.
Whilst Supplies Last!!!
The national stockpile of personal protective equipment (PPE) is nearly empty as federal officials scramble to acquire more essential items such as masks and gloves to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. "The stockpile was designed to respond to a handful of cities.
April Rent Strike USA???
Topline: As millions of Americans find themselves out of work because of the coronavirus, many are facing a dilemma: how do I pay rent on April 1? Calls for a national rent strike have been g aining momentum in some cities in California and New York.
Russia To Rescue???
MOSCOW/WASHINGTON - Russia sent the United States medical equipment on Wednesday to help fight the coronavirus pandemic, a public relations coup for Russian President Vladimir Putin after he discussed the crisis with U.S. President Donald Trump. Trump, struggling to fill shortages of ventilators and personal protective equipment, accepted Putin's offer in a phone call on Monday.
After attacking Trump's coronavirus-related China travel ban as xenophobic, Dems and media have changed tune
Within hours of President Trump's decision to restrict travel from China on January 31, top Democrats and media figures immediately derided the move as unnecessary and xenophobic -- and they are now beating a hasty retreat from that position as the coronavirus continues to ravage the economy and cause scores of deaths.
Everything Works Out For Perfect Village
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - COVID-19 has forced several businesses to close their doors, including 2020FIT, a Prairie Village gym that had just completed renovations and additions to its facility. 2020FIT Chief Financial Officer Jon Rowley said that although the gym's doors are closed, they still wanted to find ways to help their community.
Local Rain On The Way
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