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KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - KCTV5 News stands for you when it comes to critical updates on COVID-19 and Tuesday local health experts shared an important update on when we might be able to get a vaccine to everyone.
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Attorneys for Lisa Montgomery are going straight to the top in their attempt to save her from her scheduled execution. In a "placeholder petition" addressed directly to President Trump, the attorneys ask for a reprieve of the date and/or commutation of her sentence from death-to life without parole.
KCI Airs It Out
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - More than half of Americans plan to travel next week for Thanksgiving, according to a recent survey from Trip Advisor. For some travelers, that will mean going to the airport in the middle of a pandemic.
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Bella Thorne has had a wild few months on Only Fans. Initially, she made a killing on the platform, raking in several million right out of the gate. Yet, it came with controversy after she seemingly promised nudes and didn't deliver, which subsequently caused Only Fans to set guidelines which impacted sex workers.
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Christopher Krebs, who led the federal government's election cybersecurity efforts, has been fired by President Donald Trump. Krebs, the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, or CISA, had recently butted heads with the White House over his agency's Rumor Control blog, which rebuts a list of false claims of election fraud and hacking - many of which have been touted as real by Trump or his lawyers after he lost the election this month.
Report: Pandemic Denial Until The Bitter End
'It's not real': In South Dakota, which has shunned masks and other COVID rules, some people die in denial, nurse says
South Dakota's high rates of COVID-19 and low virus regulation have sparked criticism even as some dying of the virus there don't believe it poses a real threat. That's according to Jodi Doering, a South Dakota nurse who has gained national attention for her account of working on the front lines in a state where leaders have long minimized the impact of the virus and refused to implement rules like mask mandates.
Democracy Moves Forward
The comment follows reports that Emily Murphy, the head of the GSA and an appointee of President Donald Trump, has yet to certify Joe Biden as the official winner of the election, despite multiple news outlets calling the race for him.
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With Thanksgiving fast approaching and Christmas right around the corner, Pepsi unveiled a limited edition apple pie-flavored cola on Tuesday.
Kansas City Suffers Pandemic Unforced Errors
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - New COVID-19 restrictions announced Monday in Kansas City, Missouri, have left some couples scrambling to make changes to upcoming weddings. The Safer at Home restrictions include a 10-person gathering limit within KCMO city limits and weddings are not exempt unless the health department approves a mitigation plan beforehand.
Kegger Talks Big
"Take it easy, rollercoaster tycoon."
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News of a 94.5% rate of effectiveness for biotech company Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine trial sent positive reaction throughout Kansas City on Monday.
Golden Ghetto Gets Real
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Parents and students in the Shawnee Mission School District are adjusting, once again, after the district announced Monday that it will transition middle and high school students to full remote learning later this month. "We talk very frankly in our house about what the numbers are doing," said Peggy Tuttle, a mother to children in the district.
Meth Town Life Lesson: Everybody Needs Help
Hide Transcript Show Transcript WITH THE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT TO LEARN MORE. WITH MANY COLLEGE STUDENTS NOW BACK AT HOME DUE TO COVID-19. THE INDEPENDENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT IS OFFERING A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY THE ABILITY FOR THOSE STUDENTS TO EARN AN ADDITIONAL INCOME AS A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER.
Calling It Quits Amid COVID
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A new study from Pew Research found that COVID-19 has caused more moms and dads in the United States to leave their jobs. The study also found that those who are working, have been reducing their work hours.
Sickening Holiday 2020
Hide Transcript Show Transcript PROCESS. WHETHER IT'S THE GATHERING AT THANKSGIVING OR ALL THE TRIMMINGS OF CHRISTMAS THIS TIME OF YEAR IS FILLED WITH FAMILY TRADITIONS AND HIGH EXPECTATIONS. NOW THAT HEALTH EXPERTS ARE RECOMMENDING AGAINST THESE GATHERINGS TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 LOVED ONES ARE MAKING TOUGH CHOICES ABOUT CANCELING PLANS MENTAL HEALTH EXPERTS ENCOURAGE HONEST CONVERSATIONS ABOUT IT.
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OLATHE, KS (KCTV) -- Firefighters made quick work of a house fire Tuesday morning. Crews were called about 9:15 a.m. to Sheridan Street and Sherman Avenue. Firefighters say the fire started by smoking materials and caused significant damage to the home. No injuries were reported. KCTV5.com is now with you on the go!
Kansas City Internets Dance Party Sneak Peak
The Evergy Plaza Lighting Ceremony will be virtual this year but there will still be plenty of tradition and returning favorites, including performers from the Kansas City Ballet.The Kansas City Ballet is such a big part of the holiday season, but for these athletes, the pandemic has changed everything.
Chiefs Plot Revenge
The Las Vegas Raiders handled business at home on Sunday when they cruised to a 37-12 victory over the Denver Broncos. The Raiders (6-3) will be back at home this week in Allegiant Stadium, but they're going to be taking on an entirely different beast in the Kansas City Chiefs (8-1).
Kansas City Royal Advice Taken
Five years ago, the Kansas City Royals were world champions. It was not a fluke or an accident, but the payoff for implementing a strategy that allowed them to compete despite not having the resources of the Yankees and Red Sox of the world.
Starting More Local Drama
Death of a Driver performance. // Photo courtesy Unicorn Theatre Can we really be friends with a boss? With a savior? The latter descriptor may overstate the interpersonal dynamic at the heart of the Unicorn Theatre's Death of a Driver, yet it reflects a particular piece of the power relationship.
Celebrate Kansas City Fanboy Fashion For A Good Cause
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tavia Hunt and the Kansas City Chiefs plan to use Wednesday night's Style Show to benefit the Harvester's Community Food Network. While the event, where style and football combine in a free fashion show and auction, will continue in its ninth year, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic means this year's event will be held virtually.
Kansas City Police Still Working Tragic Cold Case
The Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers are still searching for tips on the one year anniversary of the homicide of Darren Thompson. On Nov. 17, 2019, officers responded to the area of East 10th Street and Chestnut Avenue just before 2 a.m. The early Sunday homicide was initially reported as a sound of gunshots call to police.
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