We start this #TBT with classic hottie Helena who is reentering the world of fashion at 51. And so, her enduring body of work inspires our peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.
NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dry ice manufacturers are seeing a spike in interest as the promise of a COVID-19 vaccine nears. David Hanchette and his team at Cee Kay Supply, the only dry ice producer in the Kansas City region, have been keeping busy ever since Pfizer and BioNTech announced the development of a vaccine [...]
Santa Shot Awaits
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- Frontline workers could receive a COVID-19 vaccine before Christmas, according to health professionals in Kansas and Missouri. On their daily coronavirus briefing Wednesday, doctors with the University of Kansas Health System said news from Pfizer and Moderna indicate vaccine outlook is promising.
Courthouse Shares Plans
November 18, 2020 New amended health order takes effect on Friday KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. - in consultation with Jackson County Health Department Director Bridgette Shaffer, MPH and Emergency Management Coordinator Troy Schulte - today has issued detailed guidelines for Jackson County's Safer at Home Recovery Plan.
Classic Hotness Redux
The Danish supermodel teamed up with Bing, 37, to design a ten-piece limited edition holiday collection that includes clothing and accessories Bing, who is also originally from Denmark, and Christensen worked together to create pieces inspired by the model's 'iconic 90s style' Christensen, a former Victoria's Secret Angel, rose to
As Biden's Jan. 20 inauguration inches closer, this lack of preparation within the conservative movement has some of its top members worried they are unwittingly damaging their joint legacy with the president and creating an opening for the next administration to swiftly pursue a radical agenda.
COVID Count Cont’d
The United States has recorded a quarter-million Covid-19 deaths, the latest NBC News numbers showed Wednesday, and the death rate has been accelerating in recent weeks as cases have been surging across the country. The 250,000th death was logged Wednesday morning, the data revealed.
End Of An Era
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's allies are preparing for the end of his legal fight over the election results well into December, even as they continue to push him to accept a conclusion to his presidency and make post-White House plans.
Retro Movie Online Debut
One of 2020's last big blockbusters, Wonder Woman 1984 , will simultaneously be released in theaters and on HBO Max on December 25th, according to multiple publications. Unlike Mulan, Wonder Woman 1984 won't cost anything extra beyond the monthly subscription fee. HBO Max subscribers will have the opportunity to watch the film directly from home.
Local Turkey Kindness
First time in 31 years The Salvation Army will deliver Thanksgiving meals instead of hosting community dinner in KC
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- For the first time in 31 years, The Salvation Army will not hold their annual Thanksgiving meal in-person in Kansas City because of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Thanksgiving Day, volunteers will instead deliver prepackaged meals to 480 families who previously signed up for help with their Thanksgiving meal.
Local Fowl Play
Veronica Hernandez's Thanksgiving normally is a large affair. Her mom and 10 other siblings, plus their families, gather in Hernandez's home in Hyde Park to eat, dance, play games, play music and simply enjoy the excuse to gather in one place. The party starts at 8 p.m., and goes well into the early hours of the morning.
Nice Plaza Prep
In just more than a week, we'll be counting down to the traditional start of the holiday season here in Kansas City with the Evergy Plaza Lighting Ceremony.For well over a decade, master electrician Matt Deardorff is one of a handful of electricians trusted with overseeing the Plaza lights, maintaining and hanging the actual bulbs.
Windy Thursday Ahead
Very strong wind gusts up to 50 mph possible today Elevated fire danger today and Thursday due to the windy and dry conditions Rain chances and cooler temperatures arrive Friday and into the weekend KANSAS CITY'S MOST ACCURATE FORECAST Wednesday: Sunny, very windy, high fire danger and much warmer.
#1 in 1990 Wilson Phillips - Hold On is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.KC Hypes Economy
"With more than 231 million square feet of existing industrial space, ample land for new buildings, a skilled logistics workforce and robust power and fiber infrastructure, Kansas City is primed for additional growth in the industrial sector," said Tim Cowden, president and CEO, KCADC.
Families Broke For Holidays
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The holidays bring different meanings to many different people, but for some Kansas City residents, they'll be navigating the holidays against a backdrop of a pandemic and unemployment. Kansas City, Missouri, resident Crystal Kent is one of those still without a job. "It's hard," Kent said.
High Flying Hopes On Hold
NEW CENTURY, KS (KCTV5) -- The Navy's Blue Angles aerobatic team has canceled a scheduled performance for the metro. The elite squadron was supposed to take to the skies above New Century Air Center in New Century, KS Wednesday, but maintenance issues reportedly kept them on the ground.
Kansas City Alleged Faux Doc Faces Real Trouble
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV)-A man who authorities say pretended to be a doctor and botched numerous autopsies is now facing federal fraud charges. Shawn Parcells is charged with 10 counts of wire fraud. Parcells has been the subject of numerous KCTV5 investigations over the past two years.
LENEXA, Kan. - "Are you crazy?" That's what Max Satterwhite asked roofer David Sutter after Sutter demanded some of his insurance money. This complicated story began last May when Satterwhite hired Sutter of Sutter House Roofing to replace the roof on his Lenexa home. Satterwhite hoped his insurance company would pay for the new roof, [...]
The opening weekend for deer hunting in Missouri was not as successful as last year.Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation shows deer hunters in Missouri harvested 80,525 deer during the fall firearms opening weekend.Of the 80,525 deer harvested, 48,695 were antlered bucks, 6,867 were button bucks, and 24,963
Hotel Repurposing Rises
The key to stopping the spread of COVID-19 is to isolate those who test positive, but that's not always possible at home. The state of Kansas is offering an alternative, using hotels to stop the spread. As coronavirus cases rise, demand is growing for shelters set up by the state where people can safely quarantine.
Show-Me Scary White House Missouri COVID Declaration
Missouri's coronavirus spread is "exponential and unyielding," according to the latest White House Coronavirus Task Force report to the state. "There is now aggressive, unrelenting, expanding broad community spread across the country, reaching most counties, without evidence of improvement but rather, further deterioration," the document states.
Many counties in Kansas don't have mask mandates. In Franklin County, they're strongly recommended, but there's no requirement. At Ottawa Bike and Trail, a sign greets customers at the door that masks are required."With a few exceptions, everybody's been really good," said Jonathan Carroll, of Ottawa Bike and Trail.Carroll runs the shop with his brother.
MO Crash Sites Exposed
Kansas City Personal Injury Attorneys Wendt Law Firm P.C. has partnered with data visualization firm 1Point21 Interactive to find the most dangerous intersections in Missouri. The team analyzed 2018 collision data from the Missouri State Highway Patrol (the latest full year available) to identify these intersections.
KC T-Shirt Tech Debuts
It wouldn't be a Tesseract Ventures original if it lacked hard-wired flair, John Boucard said, showing off the metro's leading robotics startup's newest creation - interactive tees. "What we've developed is some embedded intelligence inside the textiles," Boucard, founder and CEO, said in a recently released video showing four T-shirt styles - which represent the company's four robotics studios - in action.
Kansas City Sunday Football Rematch Suffers COVID
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As the Chiefs prepare to head West to face their rival, the Raiders, both teams have a problem: COVID-19. So far, Mecole Hardman, Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz are all still on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, and the team has a lot of things to figure out before they head to Las [...]
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