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Kansas City Foodie Cope With Coronavirus Crackdown
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- With the mask mandate extended into next year, restaurants and shops are expanding their idea of what business as usual looks like. There are ordinances in place letting dining rooms spill out into parking lots and sidewalks. Now, they're looking at some more permanent additions.
Golden Ghetto Corona Showtime
Cinemark movie theater in Merriam reopened Friday for the first time after being closed for five months because of the pandemic.It is showing 10 films, including classics like, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and the more recent "Jumanji." Tickets cost $5 for adults, $3 for children.
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Newly released video shows the last known location of missing Overland Park woman Marilane Carter. The video is from a Shell gas station in West Memphis, Arkansas, where Carter is seen filling up a drinking container with water inside the store, then filling up her dark grey GMC Acadia with gas [...]
Hottie Shares Fashion Lessons
Kiki Passo was a bombshell in her most recent Instagram upload on Friday afternoon. The sexy model let it all hang out in a revealing ensemble as she asked her followers to write a caption for the post. In the sexy snap, Kiki looked smoking hot as she sported a black-and-white checkered top.
Talker Endangers Doc
Top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci Tucker Carlson Tucker Carlson Fauci dismisses Tucker Carlson's criticism but says it may inspire threats from 'crazies' Defamation lawsuit filed against QAnon GOP primary winner, stepmother of officer involved in Rayshard Brooks killing Tucker Carlson responds to guest correcting pronunciation of Kamala Harris's name: 'So what?'
Biden & The Big Picture
"Real Time" host Bill Maher expressed his concern that Joe Biden wasn't "comfortably ahead" of President Trump as much as he should be less than 90 days aheasd of the 2020 presidential election.
As terrible as last week's explosion at Beirut's port was, killing 172 people and injuring some 6,000 others, it has prompted new hopes for political change in Lebanon. On Monday, Prime Minister Hassan Diab and his cabinet resigned, as it emerged that the blast was likely the result of government negligence.
Corona Not Food-borne
Concerned you could contract the novel coronavirus from food or food packaging? No need for such fears, said the World Health Organization (WHO) this week. "People should not fear food, or food packaging or processing or delivery of food," Mike Ryan, the executive director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, said Thursday from Geneva, according to Reuters.
2020 Meltdown Cont'd
(Reuters) - Greenland's ice sheet may have shrunk past the point of return, with the ice likely to melt away no matter how quickly the world reduces climate-warming emissions, new research suggests.
Cancel Classic Rock?!?!
Earlier this month, Rolling Stone published an interview with singer-songwriter Early James in which James spoke of his decision to change the lyrics to the Band's " The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" while performing the song at a recent - themed tribute concert in Nashville, Tennessee.
Kegger Shares Kindness
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and his 87&Running Foundation have announced plans to build a STEM lab for teens at Operation Breakthrough. The lab will be called "Ignition Lab: Powered by 87&Running" and will focus on serving high school students. Kelce has been working with kids at Operation Breakthrough for several [...]
Saturday Weather Change Up
IT WAS MORE SO PRECAUTIONARY. I TESTED NEGATIVE EACH TIME. KATIE: WE ARE TRACKING A COLD FRONT THAT IS GOOD TO BE BRINGING US A REFRESHING CHANGE. THIS IS THE FRONT INTO EASTERN KANSAS AND NORTHERN MISSOURI. I WANTED TO SHOW YOU WHAT'S COMING IN BEHIND THIS FRONT.
Dua Lipa - Levitating (feat. Madonna and Missy Elliott) is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .