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Kansas City Mask Crackdown Starts Today
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Mid-Continent Public Library will require patrons and staff to wear face masks or coverings beginning on Monday. MCPL is "following the guidelines" issued on Friday by the Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department, according to a news release.
Golden Ghetto Weekend Hard Times After Inferno
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two adults and three children have been displaced, and two dogs are dead, following a fire on Sunday at a Johnson County home. Fire crews responded just after 9:15 a.m. to the 100 block of West Martin Street in Edgerton and extinguished the blaze "shortly after arriving on scene," according to a new release.
The Dotte Tests For COVID
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - People in Wyandotte County will soon be required to wear protective masks in public. That order came from public health leaders with the Unified Government of Wyandotte County. It goes into effect Tuesday at 5 p.m., and it's the county's latest effort to curb COVID-19's resurgent spread.
Angel Earns Good Life
Victoria's Secret model Josephine Skriver shows off heavenly figure after postponing wedding due to pandemic
The brunette, 27, shows off her body in the new advertising campaign for the US company, who she has been representing as an official Angel since 2016. The star was forced to postpone her wedding to American singer, Alex DeLeon, 31, in May due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fashion ‘Woke’ To Sell Progressive Panties
AEO's Aerie Brand, Built On Body Positivity And Inclusion, Is Slowly Edging Out Sexy Supermodel Juggernaut Victoria's Secret
Despite its stores being closed for seven weeks due to the pandemic, Aerie's Q1 sales were down only 2% because of high demand in its online business which grew 75% year-over-year. Victoria's Secret first-quarter sales decreased by 46%, with sales in its online business declining by 15%.
Russian Bounty Questions Spark American Outrage
Lawmakers from both parties are calling on the Trump administration to provide information on what the president knew and when regarding a report, initially published by the New York Times and confirmed by other outlets, that Russian operatives offered Taliban fighters bounties on American soldiers.
Veep Refuses To Repeat Protest Rally Cry
Vice President Mike Pence says he won't say 'Black Lives Matter' because movement has a 'radical left' agenda
WASHINGTON - Vice President Mike Pence said he doesn't want to say "Black Lives Matter" because he doesn't agree with what he believes is the political message behind it. Pence says he stands against racism and that George Floyd's death was inexcusable, but that "all lives matter."
COVID-19 Continues . . .
Congestion or runny nose, nausea and diarrhea were added to the wide range of possible COVID-19 symptoms listed on the federal agency's website. The added symptoms come as almost 125,000 Americans have died of coronavirus, the highest known death toll from the highly infectious disease in the world.
China Always Locked Down
China has reinstated a strict lockdown near Beijing, affecting around 400,000 people, after a small surge in cases. The restrictions have come into force in Anxin county in Hebei province near the capital.
Fancy Perfect Village In Pix
The Market at Meadowbrook, 4901 Meadowbrook Parkway in Prairie Village, is open for business. The cafe is located inside a new 50-room boutique hotel called The Inn at Meadowbrook. Chef Patrick and Joanne Quillec and their children own and operate the award-winning restaurant Café Provence and a store and cafe called French Market in the Prairie Village Shopping Center.
Kansas City Desperately Seeking Gift Of Life
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The need for people to donate blood is everywhere, including in Kansas City. Because of COVID-19, thousands and thousands of blood drives were canceled. Hospitals rely on blood donates to take care of patients. 41 Action News spoke with Saint Luke's Transfusion Services Medical Director Dr. Gagan Mathur about this topic.
Kansas City Swelters Today
Hot and humid conditions return today with temperatures back near 90 degrees. Showers and storms from earlier will die down with many areas staying dry through the rest of the day. Also air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups. Copyright 2018 KCTV (Meredith Corp.) All rights reserved.
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