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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, brother and sister are facing federal charges in the armed robbery of two pizza delivery drivers. Samuel M. David, 18, and his sister, Rochelle E. David, 22, were charged in a six-count criminal complaint filed Friday in the U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Missouri.
Golden Ghetto Vote Preview
There were some shorter advanced voting lines Saturday in Johnson County, Kansas. Two weeks ago, lines to vote at the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center wrapped around the building and out the door.
Caring For Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Hundreds of flu shots were given for free Saturday in Kansas City, Kansas, and Shawnee. Mercy and Truth Medical Missions hosted its free flu shot event, Boo to the Flu, at its KCK clinic and at Trailridge Middle School in Shawnee.
Hotness Includes All Sizes
Following Rihanna's Lead, Victoria's Secret Now Has Plus-Sized Models. Why It Matters To Brands Everywhere
In 2016, a study from the International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education showed that the average size of an American woman is between 16 and 18. Yet when you look at most sizing for clothes, anything above size 12 or 14 is considered "plus size," and all brands don't offer those bigger sizes.
MAGA Against Top Doc
The White House on Saturday unleashed on Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country's leading infectious disease expert, following his comments to the Washington Post that criticized the Trump administration's response to the pandemic, including Dr. Scott Atlas, who the President has relied on for advice on handling the coronavirus.
Presidential Texas Show Down
Joe Biden campaigners were forced to cancel an event in Texas on Friday as tensions flared in the key battleground state ahead of election day. Local Democrats said they were forced to pull the plug on a gathering scheduled to take place in Pflugerville - a small city about 17 miles north of Austin - due to "security reasons".
NextGen For Prez Trump
On Thursday, Campus Reform released part one of a four-part video series in which reporter Jezzamine Wolk speaks with minority youth about why they have chosen to vote for President Trump in the 2020 election. Jahmarri Green, a student at Friends University, told Wolk that in 2016, he was a "Bernie bro to the fullest."
Prez Trump First Daughter Brings Home The Bacon
Ivanka Trump, White House senior adviser and first daughter, has reportedly raised tens of millions of dollars for her father's reelection -- even breaking former President Obama's single-day fundraising record at a Texas stop in September. Last week - the final full week before the election - Trump, 39, raised $13 million at three California fundraisers and another in Detroit, The Hill reported.
Murder Hornet Testimony
The eradication of the first nest of Asian giant hornets on US soil somewhat resembled a science fiction depiction of an alien landing site. A crew of government specialists in white, astronaut-like protective suits descended upon the hornet nexus to vanquish it with a futuristic-looking vacuum cleaner, to the relief of onlookers.
Show-Me Bird Watching In Missouri For A Good Cause
The Missouri Department of Conservation invites people interested in birds to help them with their FeederWatch program. They will be hosting a Project FeederWatch kickoff from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 14, at the Burr Oak Woods Nature Center in Blue Springs
Sporting Risk Mitigated
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The Sporting KC game that was scheduled for tomorrow at Children's Mercy Park has been canceled after two Minnesota United players tested positive for COVID-19. According to Sporting KC, the regular season home finale will not be rescheduled due to "the limited number of match dates available prior to Decision Day presented by AT&T on Nov.
Sunday Winds Of Change
Hide Transcript Show Transcript AND THAT IS HOW WE WILL STAY FOR THE REST OF THE HALLOWEEN EVENING. TEMPERATURES WILL COOL OUT OF THE 50'S -- 60'S INTO THE 50'S. OUR SOUTHWEST WIND IS GOING TO FLIP AROUND TO A NORTHWEST WIND LATE THIS EVENING, THROUGH TONIGHT AND FOR OUR DAY TOMORROW.
George Michael - Faith is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now. Keep going for more local links . . .Kansas City Highway Of Death Claims Another Victim
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One person is dead and two others are in critical condition following an early morning crash in Kansas City, Missouri, according to the Kansas City Police Department. According to officers, a vehicle carrying three people hit a light pole and caught fire around 2:50 a.m.
Visit Abandoned Kansas City
On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast, we're diving into the underground world of urban exploring. Aliases, secret locations and illegal activity make this a risk-taker's hobby. Hear from "Irving Jackelman," a local explorer with plenty of tales about the ins and outs of some of Kansas City's most secret abandoned places.
Real Estate Schemes Alleged
The sales practices of national real estate firm Redfin exacerbate housing segregation in cities like Kansas City, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week. The lawsuit, led by the nonprofit National Fair Housing Alliance, accuses the company of disproportionately offering its real estate services in predominantly white neighborhoods, "perpetuating the stark patterns of housing segregation that continue to plague our nation."
Slow Down Kansas City!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One woman suffered life-threatening injuries in a single-vehicle crash Saturday in Kansas City, Missouri. Police responded shortly after 6 p.m. to the East 87th Street exit ramp off of northbound Interstate 435. A black Hyundai, heading north in I-435, was passing vehicles on the right in the exit lane at a "high rate of speed," according to a news release.
Show-Me Pandemic Spike
O'FALLON, Mo. (AP) - Missouri's health department reported nearly 3,000 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, along with a positivity rate that remains alarmingly high. The dashboard for the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services showed 183,186 COVID-19 cases, a rise of 2,986 from Friday. The death toll for the pandemic has topped 3,000.
Vaxx Must Convince Kansas
If Kansas wants the coronavirus vaccine to help bring the economy back, it'll have to first convince Kansans like Rocky Restivo."The first version of anything is always flawed," said Restivo, who coaches Pittsburg State University's dance team.
Super Bowl Life Journey
As easily as catches passes now, it's worth remembering that it was only four years ago that Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was a rookie who had played running back in college - and was being schemed into big-play opportunities by Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.
Classy KC Featured
Just like everyone, everywhere, the venues and arts organizations in our nation's capital are not immune to the effects of the pandemic. To reach beyond its darkened curtains, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts opened up its Digital Stage to feature a legion of artists in the series "Arts Across America," sponsored by Facebook.
Share Local Treats
Serving Up Buttery Dinner Rolls and Sweet Potato Pie, Big Momma's is a Holiday Tradition in Kansas City
From a former donut shop in Raytown, Missouri, to Crown Center near downtown Kansas City to its third and current location on Bannister Road in the Oakwood neighborhood, fans have followed Big Momma's since it first opened in 2004.
Witness Glorious Change Of Season In Kansas City
The arrival of fall foliage marks an especially picturesque period in Kansas City, when brilliant bursts of reds and yellows and oranges color tree-lined streets and public spaces. Track down some of KC's most vibrant fall colors of the season.
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