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Kansas City Starts Rent Lessons
The Neighborhood and Housing Services Department of Kansas City, along with facilitators from Legal Aid of Western Missouri will hold the first session of Landlord/Tenant University. The initiative provides information to renters and landlords alike. Landlord/Tenant University will be held on Thursday, Aug. 6 from 11 a.m.
Blame COVID For Smack Downs
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The University of Kansas Hospital says it's started seeing twice as many patients injured by assault, and experts suspect COVID-19 is to blame. KU Hospital averaged between 20 and 30 assault patients a month in the last three years.
Local Hospitals Filling Up
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The number of coronavirus cases in the Kansas City area continues to rise, but is that telling the whole story? The KCTV5 News investigative team has been tracing inpatient admissions over the past months, and no matter how anyone looks at it, July was busy in terms of the number of COVID-19 patients in the metro.
Coronavirus School Daze Confronts Kansas City Parents
PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KS (KCTV) - Thousands of parents across the metro have until Wednesday to decide whether their children will be back in the classroom or learning from home. Lindsey Wolfer's two little girls will be back in the classroom this year, but it's a decision she like so many others have struggled with.
KCK Cops Dodge Bullets
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - Monday night around 11:30, KCK police rushed to the 5100 block of Farrow for a shooting. "When officers arrived, they found two or three vehicles and a house that was hit with gunfire," KCK Police Officer T.J. Tomasic said.
Today's Blow Up
A large explosion ripped through the Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday, injuring people and smashing windows in buildings across the city.
Prez Trump Takes Hot Seat
President Donald Trump has largely avoided subjecting himself to the scrutiny of a one-on-one interviews with actual journalists. There's a good reason for this. We caught a glimpse of it last month when Chris Wallace of Fox News dismantled Trump's argument that Joe Biden wants to defund the police.
Fox News star Tucker Carlson-currently facing outrage from network colleagues over his racist rhetoric -upped the ante on Monday night, claiming it was "probably illegal" for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to prioritize Black women in his running-mate search, while calling those candidates unqualified.
Speaker Offers Deal
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told CNN on Tuesday that she still wants a sweeping stimulus deal this week -- but she made it clear she is not budging on the price tag put forward by House Democrats, reflecting how far apart the two sides are despite days of talks.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi probably has good associations with New York City. In the fall of 2014, shortly after his election, he gave a rapturous speech at Madison Square Garden that drew more than 19,000 attendees. At U.N. headquarters, he's often been an imposing, aggressive presence, especially during climate negotiations.
Money Mahomes Makes Another EPIC Purchase Whilst Broke-Ass Plebs Wait For Check In Mail
On Tuesday, the sports nutrition company BioSteel announced that it has made what it called a "a multi-year brand partnership deal" with Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. According to a press release quoting BioSteel co-founder and co-CEO John Celenza,this was a no-brianer for each side.
Autumn Preview Over Soon
Hide Transcript Show Transcript THROUGH THE CLOUD COVER. AS WE CONTINUE THROUGH THE EVENING, CLOUDS DRIFT THROUGH THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. A GREAT EVENING. TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 70'S, EVENTUALLY FOOLING TO THE UPPER 60'S BY THE LATE EVENING AND THAT SKY MOSTLY CLEAR, ESPECIALLY AFTER SUNSET TONIGHT.
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