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Kansas City Biz Ladies 1st
Two weeks ago, the Kansas City Business Journal announced the 21st class of Women Who Mean Business. Now, KCBJ has unlocked the article so everyone can see the list of honorees. This year's class has influence in industries that touch nearly every part of the metro.
Fighting Pandemic Downtown
Jackson County Detention Center to start COVID-19 consent testing of inmates, mandatory testing of employees
According to Jackson County Sheriff Darryl Forte, the Jackson County Detention Center will start mandatory COVID-19 testing of their employees Tuesday.
Meth Town Fun Kaput
The festival was scheduled to take place on Labor Day weekend, but the health restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic forced the festival to close. “As we explored all options in which to hold the festival, it was clear that there was no path forward and the safety of our guests, entertainers, volunteers, and staff was our primary concern when making this decision,” Independence Chamber of Commerce Chair Sonci Bleckinger said in a release.
Demi Fashions Winning
Demi Rose showcases her incredible curves as she strikes a pose in a pink bikini for another stunning selfie
The model, 25, put on a sizzling display as she raised her hands in the air and struck a sultry pose for the camera.
Alleged ‘Russian Bounty’ Controversy Sparks More Questions
Russia alleged to have offered money for killing US troops. Trump claimed advisers ‘did not find this info credible’
Dumb Questions Debated
NBC News’ Chuck Todd slammed for asking Bolton if Trump 'is afraid to make Putin mad' because he wants his help: 'This is not journalism'
Todd was slammed on social media for implying Putin helped Trump, and wants him to do it again in November. “Completely disgraceful from NBC's Chuck Todd,” GOP rapid response director Steve Guest wrote .
Social Media Crackdown Against Prez Trump Fanboys
Reddit, YouTube, and Twitch are taking major steps to crack down on hate speech from pro-Trump and far-right groups
Major social media platforms on Monday took action against Trump, pro-Trump groups, and far-right accounts for violating their policies against hate speech.
Supreme Wall Standing
The Supreme Court declined to take up a case Monday over the use of waivers by the Department of Homeland Security to speed up the construction of barriers along the US-Mexico border.
Native Statue Push Back
"It is an act of violence to even have the statues in our homelands," said Elena Ortiz, chair of the Santa Fe Freedom Council of The Red Nation, a social justice organization. "It’s not just the statue, but it’s what it represented: the celebration of our genocide."
Chiefs Still Better Than Cam
The Patriots are better Monday than they were Saturday. But it is entirely too soon to jump to conclusions. As mentioned, the beauty of this argument is the two teams match up at Arrowhead Stadium in Week 4.
Jazz Talk Persists
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Many in the community have spoken up about the historic 18th and Vine district and how they feel it isn't being taken care of like other entertainment areas in the city. So, a number leaders in the area came together to discuss change on Friday.
Summer Sticks To Kansas City
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