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Local Snail Mail Delivers Help
A postal worker is helping a woman who's living out of her truck get her home fixed up.Nicole King is also volunteer for Pet Resource Center of Kansas City. While delivering food to pets in need, King said she realized a homeowner needed help, too.With no electricity or running water, Tina Farber was living out of her truck.
KC Rent Help Trending
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The drama continues at a Kansas City apartment complex that's so bad that renters once complained of worms in their carpet, no heat and collapsing ceilings. The complex claims to be under new ownership but won't reveal any names. That's left a former tenant,who is owed hundreds of dollars, nowhere to [...]
Student Football Scare
Blue Valley North confirmed at least one COVID-19 infection among student-athletes on the football team Monday, which also marked the start of high school practice across Kansas. The revelation also comes one day before Johnson County school leaders are set to meet with health officials.
Kangaroos Clean Up And Hop Back To City College
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Move-in day has been stretched out to move in week at UMKC to allow for more distance between people, and that is not the only change returning students will see on campus. Each student will only be allowed two helpers when moving in.
Peek Behind The Scenes
Although Sommer is claiming to be slacking on her gainz, she showed off some amazing shots that told quite a different story. While posing in a barely-there floral set of undies from her Sommer Ray Collection, the young star revealed some impressive booty shots for fans. "She was slacking?
Prez Trump Pushes Back Against Post Office Criticism
EXCLUSIVE: White House Claims New York Lawsuit Against Trump, Postmaster General Is 'Politically Motivated'
The White House is firing back at a lawsuit filed against President Donald Trump, the United States Postal Service, and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.
BLM Takes Centerstage
The message of Black Lives Matter will be woven throughout the 2020 Democratic National Convention, starting with a focus on racial injustice during the first night of programming. The plan by convention organizers to elevate the Black Lives Matter movement reflects the party's growing embrace of its calls for action on racial inequality and police brutality over the past four years, particularly since the May 25 police killing of George Floyd.
Tense Alliance Revealed
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and 2016 GOP presidential candidate John Kasich traded barbs ahead of the former Ohio governor's Monday night speech at the Democratic National Convention. Kasich, who will be speaking out against President Trump, his one-time rival during the 2016 primary, said during an interview with Buzzfeed News that he thinks the U.S.
Off Record Campaign Quote
The anonymous Trump administration official who wrote a bombshell New York Times op-ed about resistance efforts within the White House is urging voters to make President Trump Donald John Trump Biden's lead over Trump narrows in new national poll Biden faces hurdles in bid to mend ties with US allies Cheney calls pardoning Snowden 'unconscionable' after Trump says he's considering it MORE a one-term president in a new update to their tell-all book.
Pandemic Sparks Pizza Probs
This has been a tough year for big-picture thinking, so sometimes I like to focus on the little things. But the week of August 10, 2020, is taking those things away too: First there were the salmonella-tainted onions, then the listeria-threatened potatoes, limes, and oranges.
Gaming Stays Winning
KC Pioneers players pictured in front of downtown Kansas City. // Photo by Evan Coker Ever since their introduction to the world, video games have had a pretty bad rap. For me, my parents always told me that I was melting my brain and being counterproductive.
Weather Right Now
Hide Transcript Show Transcript OUT TOWARD ILLINOIS HOUR-BY-HOUR FORECAST WILL HAVE US DIPPING INTO THE 70S NOT TOO FAR AWAY FROM WHERE WE ARE RIGHT NOW 77 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK BY 10:00 P.M. WE'LL BE DOWN TO 71 DEGREES AND DROPPING BY TOMORROW MORNING ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE UPPER 50S TO NEAR 60 DEGREES N DEGREES NOT RECORD-SETTING, BUT STILL REALLY NICE.
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