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KC Discounts Democracy
Wondering what to do this election night to avoid the stress and just relax? One Kansas City hotel might have the answer.The Crossroads Hotel in Midtown is trying to find new ways to keep people coming in the door during a pandemic."We do yoga every Saturday morning.
Schools In The Dotte Pretend To Learn On Zoom Until 2021
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Students in Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools will likely have to wait until 2021 to return to their classrooms. On Tuesday night, the district's school board voted on a re-entry plan that won't bring students back under a hybrid schedule until after the New Year.
KCPD Cope With Cray
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - There's been a lot of talk in recent months about re-structuring police departments. One topic that's come up is how often police come across people who are having a mental health or substance abuse crisis, many times they're on scene before a social worker.
Pr0n Comedy Kaput
If you thought 2020 couldn't get any worse, you were obviously wrong. On Monday morning, one of the last wholesome presences on the internet, Mr. Ryan Creamer, announced his retirement from doing comedy on Pornhub. "Today, 2 years to the day from when I started it, I am ending my Pornhub career.
Prez Trump Sells Recovery
President Trump is on a roll touting the performance of the U.S. stock market and the economy, pre-COVID-19, as the 2020 race for the White House gets even more intense. In a Monday tweet, he pointed to an economic rebound and forthcoming new records for equities in an effort to wow voters "The Economy is about ready to go through the roof," he tweeted.
Supreme Silence Echoes
In her first day of questioning from senators, Supreme Court nominee Amy Comey Barrett wouldn't say how she would rule on abortion cases. Or Obamacare cases. Or gun rights cases. Or really anything else. She wouldn't even say how she would rule if President Trump tried to move the election to another date, as he suggested he might do earlier this year.
Docs Against Prez Trump
Standing outside of one of the main buildings on the University of Connecticut campus last week, Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus task force coordinator, let out an exasperated sigh through her peach-colored face mask. Birx had been traveling almost non-stop since June, working with local and state officials to develop area-specific strategies for slowing the spread of the virus.
Debate Amongst Dems
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Cali.) sparred with CNN host Wolf Blitzer Tuesday evening, calling him a "Republican apologist" during a heated exchange over the holdup of coronavirus stimulus.
Andrew Pollard warned measures would continue even if his trial is successful First jabs could not be available until next year and then only for key groups Professor Pollard said: 'Life won't be back to normal until summer at the earliest' Facemasks and social distancing will be needed until next summer, the head of Oxford's vaccine trial team said last night.
KCK Sells Good Enough Gear
The Legends Outlets in Kansas City, Kansas, announced Tuesday it was expanding its lineup of athletic retailers this year with the addition of Puma.
Hyping Local Coffee Combo
As the smells of Ibis Bakery and roasting beans waft together at Messenger Coffee in the Crossroads, rising between floors of the spacious and vibrant corner cafe, the flavors haven't changed since COVID-19 began - nor since the popular Kansas City roasterie joined a freshly launched coffee collective, said Isaac Hodges.
Erin Shares Midweek Forecast
Evening skies in our area will stay clear while temperatures gradually slip into the lower 60s shortly after sunset. The wind will remain gentle this evening before picking up just prior to sunrise as a low-pressure system works into our area promising a windy and warm day on Wednesday.
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