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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl run is sparking charitable efforts across the Kansas City metro area. Friday, Crane Brewing in Raytown, Missouri canned its second appreciation beer for the team as they make a trip back to the Super Bowl.
COVID Trends Decline
A suspect is in custody after a police chase in Kansas City. Plus, Republican legislators have put a proposed anti-abortion amendment to the Kansas Constitution on the ballot for the state's August 2022 primary election.
KCMO Snow Plan Updated
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The KCMO Public Works Department is taking new measures to make sure roads are treated quickly and cleared when snow strikes the city. The new City Manager, Brian Platt, made several recommendations to handle the big task of snow removal on city streets.
NextGen Vaxx Preview
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, Public Schools plan to have students return to the classroom by March as teachers will soon be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Hottie Kylie Evolves
Check out screenshots of Kylie Jenner's changing face, which has shocked many fans! A fan said, "Like Kylie Jenner looks in her late 30s." Keeping Up With The Kardashians has been airing since 2007. This means that fans have seen the whole family develop from season 1 to the upcoming season 20.
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As Congress debates President Joe Biden's request for $1.9 trillion in coronavirus relief funding - including a third stimulus check pegged at $1,400 - some Democratic lawmakers are pushing for an even bigger response: $2,000 monthly payments until the is history. Rep.
Worsening COVID Vaxx Hot Mess Confronts Prez Biden
"It's the Mike Tyson quote: 'Everybody's got a plan until they get punched in the mouth,'" said one person with knowledge of the vaccine effort who's not authorized to discuss the work. "They are planning. They are competent. It's just the weight of everything when you sit down in that chair.
Rethinking Prez Trump
Donald Trump stunned the political world in 2016 when he became the first person without government or military experience ever to be elected president of the United States. His four-year tenure in the White House revealed extraordinary fissures in American society but left little doubt that he is a figure unlike any other in the nation's history.
Insurrection Testimony Threatens D.C. Status Quo
Lindsey Graham warns against allowing "QAnon Shaman" impeachment testimony, says trial could "go for months"
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has warned against allowing "QAnon Shaman" Jacob Chansley to testify at former President Donald Trump's unprecedented second impeachment trial. Chansley, also known as Jake Angeli, is facing multiple charges for his participation in the insurrection that the article of impeachment alleges the former president incited on January 6.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Worlds of Fun will be opening a little later than normal this year. The Kansas City amusement park and neighboring Oceans of Fun plan to open for the season on May 22. Before the pandemic, Worlds of Fun's opening date would have been in April.
Local Cleanup Cont’d
On a sunny and breezy Friday, three church organizations converged on the Interstate 435 and 24 Highway overpass to clean trash from the existing camps under the bridge. Dominick Totta, with Army of the Living God, teamed up with Belmont Baptist Church and Scott Stoner with Hands and Feet of Jesus to come and clean up the camp.
Soggy Saturday Ahead
Hide Transcript Show Transcript BOWL SUNDAY, THEY WILL DONATE A BOX TO HARVESTERS. THAT IS AWESOME. IT IS NOT SNOW, IT IS RAIN. KATIE: IT IS RAIN. IS TO OUR COMMUNITIES SOUTH OF KC. THE SLIM CHANCE YOU MAY SEE SLIVERS OF SNOW IN OUR NORTHERN COUNTIES AS IN IOWA AND CHICAGO.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, City Council approved a $250,000 settlement for lawsuit filed by a member of the Kansas City, Missouri, Fire Department. Battalion Chief Stephen Seals sued in federal court in 2019 alleging white colleagues were chosen over him for promotions.
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A new study reveals Missouri dentists could see 'a tidal wave' of post-pandemic dental patients. "People's lifestyles are changing," said Dr. Hollie Flack at The Brookside Dentist. Months into the pandemic, dentists are seeing changes from patients. "I think we're going to see more decay," said Flack.
Real Life Targets News
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One man is under arrest after a nearly 90-minute police chase through Kansas City overnight prompting a large police presence. The chase began around 1:30 a.m Friday after police spotted a vehicle that matched the description of a vehicle used in several crimes the day before.
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Missouri State Senator wants police reforms, including limiting no-knock warrants banning neck restraints
Kansas City, MO (KCTV) - Missouri State Senator Brian Williams has a plan to change how police departments in the state operate. He says it's about improving relationships between the departments and the communities they serve. Williams is the sponsor of Missouri Senate Bill 60, which was heard in committee this week.
Kansas could be on the hook for nearly $3.3 million in attorney fees and expenses after losing a lawsuit that challenged a state law requiring documentary proof of citizenship to register to vote.
Highflying Hype Debuts
Three different Air Force Global Strike Command bombers - including a B-2 Stealth Bomber from Whiteman Air Force Base - will conduct a "first-of-its-kind trifecta flyover" during the national anthem performance at the Super Bowl in Tampa, Florida.The Air Force said the flyover at Raymond James Stadium will feature a
All of a sudden, the Kansas City Chiefs being in a Super Bowl feels commonplace. After their 38-24 victory over the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship, the Chiefs cemented their spot in Super Bowl LV - the franchise's second consecutive appearance in the title game.
Good Cause BBQ Offered
Jack Stack Barbecue has partnered with Patrick Mahomes' 15 and the Mahomies Foundation to form the perfect Kansas City combo.Jack Stack Barbecue will create a special "15 and the Mahomies Menu" - with a portion of sales going directly to 15 and the Mahomies.
Local Biz Drama Exposed
BetaBlox is adding more reality to its demo day - pushing the entrepreneur incubator's hotly anticipated event to the summer and retooling the format as documentary-style vignettes that feed into casting for a full-season reality TV show. "This opportunity is a win-win-win," said Weston Bergmann, founder and lead investor at BetaBlox, in a message to entrepreneurs hoping to join the project .
Kansas City Charity Matchup For The Win
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- As the Chiefs prepare to "Run It Back" with a return to the Super Bowl, local McDonald's owner-operators announced that they will once again be donating $500 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City for each sack recorded against the opposing team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, during the Super Bowl.
Fanboys Talk Fashion
Professional sports uniforms weren't always a thing. When people first started playing sports-any sport, really-they wore relatively normal clothes while doing so. As those sports evolved, the need for more specific equipment and clothing came around. And as teams started wearing similar equipment, they turned more and more to team colors as a way of identification.
Mahomes Offers Hope
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Chiefs quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes is on the TV almost every time it's turned on, even when the Chiefs aren't playing. He's in commercials for State Farm, Hy-Vee, Nebraska Furniture Mart, Bose and a slew of others.
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