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Check-itKansas City Biz Hopes For Future Unmasked
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With a COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, some small business owners hope that will usher in change regarding the use of face masks. "For a place like ours that really thrives off of foot traffic and customers coming to restaurants, all of that has really slowed down," Keith Bradley, Co-Owner of Made in KC, said.
Kansas Winter Limits
The Kansas State High School Activities Association Board of Directors voted Tuesday afternoon to allow two parents or guardians to attend high school activities starting Dec. 10.The decision by the board was a reversal of an earlier decision by KSHSAA banning all fans from winter events, including basketball games, wrestling matches and other interscholastic events.
Grandview Gun Probs
GRANDVIEW, MO (KCTV) -- When a small red triangular flag starts waving across the road from Greg and Colleen Melchior's house, everyone on the street knows what they're about to hear. "It's terrible," Greg said. "When it goes on day in and day out it gets to you."
HOTTIE WINS LATE NIGHT
Sophie Reade put on an eye-popping display on her Instagram page, as she flashed the flesh to her 130,000 Instagram followers. The Big Brother champion looked sensational, as she decided to abandon her top for the occasion. Sophie, 31, rocked just a blush-pink thong for the impromptu photo session, as she posed with booty to camera.
"There still could be conversations between the two candidates, and if they could come to an agreement and make a proposal, that would be something I'm sure the delegation would listen to," said Rep. Gregory Meeks, a senior member of the delegation. "But we'll see what happens."
"Totally unacceptable": Army secretary condemns command climate, says Fort Hood report "will change the Army"
Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy spoke with CBS News in an exclusive interview Monday ahead of the release of the Fort Hood Independent Review Committee report. When asked about the prevalence of sexual assault and sexual harassment in the military, Secretary McCarthy said "the trend is going the wrong way" and promised to "take some pretty dramatic steps in order to reverse this trend."
The setup reflected the broader politicization of the pandemic that has become entrenched as Trump nears his departure date and President-elect Joe Biden prepares to replace him. Trump has retreated from regularly discussing the pandemic and rarely appears alongside medical professionals.
Budding family business: Serial cannabis entrepreneur pioneers microwave drying tech with his father
In Michael Wilson's childhood, he recalled, the founder of multiple cannabis-related startups got into fights at school - then suspended - resulting in numerous car rides with his father as the elder Wilson ventured on sales trips. "From age 7 or 8, I had an education on how to do business, interact with people and relate to customers," Wilson said.
The Royals have signed first baseman Carlos Santana to a two-year, $17.5 million deal with incentives according to MLB Network reporter Jon Heyman. The 34-year old switch hitter has spent ten of his eleven big league seasons with the Cleveland Indians, hitting .199/.349/.350 for them last year with 8 home runs in 60 games, leading the league in walks for the second time in his career.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Cathryn McClelland was 41 years old and a nurse at Children's Mercy Hospital. On July 19, 2019, she didn't feel well but didn't want to scare her young kids by calling an ambulance.
Improving Local Marks
Due to the pandemic, the city of Olathe, Kansas, is collecting letters for Santa Claus instead of hosting its traditional Santa events. And in Lake Lotawana, Missouri, anyone can drop off a letter to the elderly at The Lottie Coffee and Cone.
Midweek Sunshine Ahead
Temperatures overnight will drop into the mid-30s. Wednesday will warm up quickly with sunny skies.
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