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Kansas City Confronts Coronavirus Career Changes
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Chances are you or someone you know has had to change jobs during the pandemic. 41 Action News recently found a man who lost his last job - but gained a new one - because of COVID-19. Before the pandemic, Craig Boyle worked for an indoor amusement park in Johnson County.
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KU Medical Center to participate in trial designed to speed testing of COVID-19 outpatient treatments
The University of Kansas Medical Center said Tuesday it will be participating in a "unique nationwide clinical trial" that will allow for the testing of multiple agents to fight COVID-19. Known as ACTIV-2 (Adapt Out COVID), this trial is part of the Accelerating COVID-19 Therapeutic Interventions and Vaccines effort announced by the National Institutes of Health this spring.
NEXTGEN Prison Industrial Complex Debuts In The Dotte
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Local leaders in Wyandotte County cut the ribbon on a new juvenile justice center Monday. The $27 million building is located near 7th and Ann. Until now, kids who got in trouble with the law were housed across the street in a facility that shared a building with adult inmates.
HOTNESS IS HER BIZ!!!
Christine Quinn knows that professionalism and plunging necklines aren't mutually exclusive. The 31-year-old "Selling Sunset" star and Oppenheim Group real estate agent sizzles on the October 2020 cover of Maxim Australia, clad in a wet-look leather bodysuit from Julian Mendez Couture that shows off her curves. "This is what a CEO looks like.
MITT QUITS RINO WAYS & WANTS SUPREME VOTE!!!
Romney said he was merely following the law in making his decision rather than taking a position based on the recent blockade of President Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland, during the 2016 election. Romney said the "historical precedent of election year nominations is that the Senate generally does not confirm an opposing party's nominee but does confirm a nominee of its own."
Prez Trump Discounts 200K Americans Dead
President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden struck different tones regarding the COVID-19 pandemic at their respective campaign events on Monday. While Trump said the coronavirus affects "virtually nobody," as the U.S. death toll neared 200,000, Biden said such a statistic cannot become "background noise."
Tagging Progressive Towns
The Justice Department labeled New York City, Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington "anarchist jurisdictions" on Sunday, the next step in the Trump administration's bid to slash funding for localities they say "permit violence," the New York Post first reported.
Tragic Whale FAIL
Ninety out of the estimated 270-pilot-whale pod that became stranded on a sandbar off the remote West Coast of Tasmania have died in one of Australia's worst beaching events. Rescue teams from the Tasmanian Marine Conservation Program had managed to set free 25 whales on Tuesday, many of which were "relatively inaccessible" by boat, and hope to save more in the coming days.
UR Phone Hates You
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Experts say spending too much time on social media can be damaging to your mental health, especially when consuming too much negative news. Are you finding yourself wasting too many hours online? We have all been there.
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GLADSTONE, Mo. - There's a community vegetable garden behind Antioch Middle School with a somewhat unusual name: Squib's Harbor. Cindy Woods, a longtime teacher at the school, explains the name honors her son, Marcus. "When he was born I looked at him, and I said he looks like a squib," Woods said.
Kansas City Music Man Survives On Local Tips
COVID-19 has put a lot of careers in jeopardy, especially entertainers who don't know how soon they might get back to work. There is a new website that's helping pay the bills and it's like nothing you might expect.Mikey Needleman is a music man.
Erin Calls Tuesday
Enjoy a cool evening under fair skies while a gentle southerly breeze coasts across our area. Temperatures will cool into the upper 60s shortly after sunset before slipping into the middle to upper 50s by daybreak Tuesday morning.
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