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KC FEARS THE SNEEZE!!!
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Labor Day marks the unofficial start of fall, a perfect time to take in nature without getting soaked in sweat. A time to stop and smell the roses, unless you have allergies. "It's a tough time of the year," Overland Park resident Robert Mintz said.
Local Faith Community Offers Human Trafficking Help
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An organization in the Kansas City area that aids those exploited by sex trafficking has regained an avenue to provide service to those in need. Restoration House of Greater Kansas City, a faith-based, long-term residential care facility, reopened its ReHope Market and Cafe on Saturday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Health officials are reminding people to get a flu shot to avoid a double impact of flu and coronavirus. The effects on a person with both influenza and COVID-19 are not known, but Julie Richards with Swope Health said both viruses mimic each other.
Pr0n Star Stands Up For Social Media Smut Game Rules
Porn star Siri Dahl has opened up about her fears regarding OnlyFans constantly changing its terms and conditions Like Bella Thorne, she is one of the top earners on the platform The adult star admitted that she fears OnlyFans will eventually ban adult content on its platform Porn star Siri Dahl, famously known as Siri, admitted she is worried about OnlyFans constantly changing the terms and conditions of the subscription platform, fearing that it will eventually lead to a ban on adult content.
Check Duce Coming Soon???
Is there a chance that a second stimulus check could be sent out this year? Negotiators didn't make much headway to pass a new stimulus bill in the past month. But the Senate will reconvene this week and the House of Representatives returns next week, renewing hope that the two sides may come back to the table to finalize another direct payment.
Factions Fight It Out
At least two Trump supporters were arrested in Salem, Oregon, at the end of a procession from near Portland The Trump supporters fired paintballs at Black Lives Matter counter-protesters and were led away by police The rally had begun on Monday afternoon to show Oregon's continued support for the president
Prez Trump Contradiction?!?!
Jeffrey Goldberg, the editor-in-chief of The Atlantic, reported last week that Trump refused to visit the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery during a trip to France in 2018 because it is "filled with losers," according to four sources described as having firsthand knowledge of the discussion; the Associated Press, CNN and Fox News later corroborated the story with administration sources.
Nasty Comments Denied
Former national security adviser John Bolton disputed the main thesis of The Atlantic's recent report alleging that President Trump disparaged fallen American soldiers in France, calling the claim "simply false" in an appearance on "The Story" Monday.
Sharing Nice Local Lesson
LEAWOOD, Kan. - A couple in Leawood is working to make sure students in rural areas have reusable water bottles when they head back to school. Kody Cook and Cortney Eidson grew up in a small community south of Kansas City and always wanted to do something to help rural parts of the region.
Here’s How Kansas City Hottie Lost TV Game Show Love
Nikki Ferrell and Juan Pablo Galavis left together at the end of season 18 of The Bachelor, but broke up just 7 months later. Here's why they split. Nikki Ferrell and Juan Pablo Galavis left together at the end of season 18 of The Bachelor but broke up only 7 months later.
Sugar Rush Hits Midtown
In Kansas City's Westport Neighborhood, Creative Culture Offers Elaborate Milkshakes With a Side of Arts and Crafts
Creative Culture opened in Westport this summer, billing itself as a safe place for people to get out of the house with friends or family and go create. Encouraging creativity for all ages and skills levels, Creative Culture offers a private party room along with a variety of workshops taught by local artists.
Local Cool Down
Temperatures split on this Labor Day with highs in the 90s south of I-70 and near 80 north of I-70 Storms develop late this evening and overnight near the Missouri and Iowa border A strong cold front and slow-moving disturbance brings several days of rain and much colder temperatures Tuesday through Friday KANSAS CITY'S MOST ACCURATE FORECAST Tonight: A few thunderstorms may develop, mostly staying in northern Missouri.
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