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Here are 10 local stories and trends you need to know this week Will every part of the Kansas City area be under new public health restrictions this week? Starting today, Johnson County implements a midnight curfew on bars, restaurants and nightclubs and a 50-person limit on indoor and outdoor gatherings.
Kansas City App Access
The app provides location-specific audio instructions to help navigate 51 bus stops, East Village Transit Center, 75th Street Transit Center and 31 intersections in Kansas City.
School Shutdown Redux
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As COVID-19 cases rapidly increase in the Kansas City metro, more schools are moving some of their students to online learning. On Monday, the Shawnee Mission, De Soto, Eudora and Tonganoxie school districts announced new shifts to virtual learning for some or all of their students.
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Prez Trump Double Talks
It was a couple of hours before airtime when I saw the presidential tweet with the eye-popping verb. Joe Biden "won," Donald Trump said. To be sure, the president said that "he won because the Election was Rigged." And there was a swipe at the "fake and silent media."
Union Sit Down Report
General Motors and the UAW met with President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on Monday to talk about the economy and the rise of COVID-19 cases sweeping the nation. The UAW told the incoming administration that there is a need for an immediate economic package to help people hard hit by the pandemic.
Republicans Endure 2020
subscribe to The NPR Politics Podcast podcast Democrats held on to the House majority in 2020, but in the weeks since, it's Republicans who have been celebrating the election results. "Pundits doubted us. Polls were stacked against us, and I don't believe one person in this room believed we'd win one race," boasted House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., at his weekly news conference last week.
EPIC Music Payout Debate
Taylor Swift has criticised music industry mogul Scooter Braun over his sale of her master recordings to a US private equity firm, including the accusation that he attempted to use a non-disclosure agreement to "silence me forever" regarding terms of a potential sale.
Local Help On The Way
LENEXA, KS (KCTV) - A team from a locally based charity will be heading out on Tuesday to help victims of Hurricane Eta in Central America. Eight people from Heart to Heart will be providing interim medical care. The storm left tens of thousands of people in Honduras living in shelters.
Holiday Tradition Survives
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Small businesses across the Kansas City area have felt the economic strain of the pandemic, but one store in Brookside has rebounded and is ready for their busiest season of the year. A Kansas City institution for decades, Brookside Toy and Science is gearing up for the holidays.
Autumn Sunshine Double Take
Clear skies and calm winds to begin your Tuesday. Mostly sunny and highs near 58 today. Stay connected with us at KCTV5 NEWS.
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