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Cowtown Booze News Cont'd
Like a sleeping giant after a two-month slumber, Kansas City craft brewers are slowly emerging from the pandemic shutdown. One sign of life is Nimble Brewing -1735 Oak St., Kansas City, Missouri - a new brewery in the Crossroads.
Kansas City Small Biz Sadly Forced To Pick Sides
I'm black and a Plaza business owner - in that order; why a Main Street entrepreneur joined KC's protests
Isaac Collins is exhausted, but he can't sleep. His wife and mother are both worried about the 31-year-old community entrepreneur whose business is just blocks away from the scene of late-night mayhem and unrest following peaceful protests on Kansas City's Country Club Plaza. But it isn't rioters and looters that have Collins on edge, he said.
Cash To Protect The Dotte
by: FOX 4 Newsroom Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The U.S. attorney for the District of Kansas has announced the state recipients of a massive federal grant program for hiring new officers, and Kansas City, Kansas police are the big winners.
Check Out More Harsh Times For Local Hotel Biz
Another major area hotel is laying off, furloughing or reducing the hours of its employees as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the tourism and hospitality industries. On Monday, the Sheraton Overland Park Hotel notified the Kansas Commerce Department and Overland Park Mayor Carl Gerlach that it had instituted temporary furloughs, layoffs and reductions in hours for 151 employees.
Cheeky Ride Along
They both rose to fame when they went looking for romance in the Love Island villa. And Georgia Steel and Elma Pazar looked in good spirits as they enjoyed the sunshine while on a bike ride in London on Sunday.
Prez Trump Brings Out Bible Amid American Civil Unrest
Trump's response to George Floyd protests could complicate efforts to shore up his Christian voter base
WASHINGTON -- In the past 24 hours, President Donald Trump has made two visits to Christian religious sites. On Monday, Trump visited an historic church near the White House, and on Tuesday he laid a wreath at a shrine in honor of Saint Pope John Paul II.
Surveys Love Veep, Too
Joe Biden outperforming Hillary Clinton in more than a dozen key swing states critical to Trump's 2016 victory
There may still be five months until Election Day but polling shows that former Vice President Joe Biden is already performing better in key swing states than Hillary Clinton did in 2016-a troubling sign for President Donald Trump's reelection effort.
Zuck Fights For Free Speech
Mark Zuckerberg is standing by his decision to allow Donald Trump to threaten violence against George Floyd protesters on the platform despite harsh criticism from civil rights leaders and public dissent from his own employees, including a public resignation.
Politicos And Pundits Slap Fight Over Posse Comitatus
Democratic leaders in Congress inveighed Tuesday against what they described as a push by President Trump to use the U.S. military for cracking down on nationwide protests triggered by the death in Minneapolis last week of George Floyd while in police custody.
Winning In Waldo
Four Different Stores Opened in Waldo During The Pandemic, Each Had Their Own Success Story - In Kansas City
Sponsored content: Waldo shop owners are a tight-knit bunch-a resilient community of small boutique businesses, stores, and restaurants. When the pandemic hit in March, several new shops were just getting ready to open. Others had to quickly pivot and shift their business model. Either way, we found some retail success stories even in the midst...
Social Distancing Continues To Impact Kansas City Fanboys
by: AP Wire Posted: / Updated: LAWRENCE, Kan. - Empty seats have been the norm the past few years at the University of Kansas, where a succession of football coaches has failed to turn around the flailing fortunes of the Jayhawks.
Kansas City Brings The Heat
It will be warm and humid Wednesday and Thursday with a high near 90 degrees.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .