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With memories of sub-zero temperatures still fresh in our minds, it's worth mentioning that it's going to be in the 50s and 60s all week. And no rain is expected. So don't be afraid to leap, jog, skip, run, bike or take the dog for an extra-long walk this week.
OLATHE, Kan. - Whenever an aircraft takes off and lands, there is a chance the plane hits a bird. To reduce the odds of a collision, the Johnson County Airport Commission employs a wildlife biologist to manage the skies at the county's two airports.
OLD SCHOOL RULES!!!
NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. - School buses transported senior citizens Monday from an independent living center to get their coronavirus vaccines. Some older folks needed help to get to Clay County's mass vaccination clinic. That's why North Kansas City Schools partnered with Operation Safe to provide shuttle service to the huge immunization site at Cerner's world headquarters.
Panties Push Up
Victoria's Secret is about to hit the block again - and the company's price tag is set to grow a few sizes. Less than a year after a $1 billion deal to sell the struggling lingerie label got scrapped with the onset of the coronavirus crisis, the company is now preparing for a sale or a spinoff that could fetch more than four times that figure, industry experts told The Post.
More than 5,500 families were separated under the Trump administration, and Biden entered office with the parents of more than 600 children still having not been located. So far, the task force has made headway in reuniting those families. Mayorkas said approximately 105 families have been recently reunited.
Election 2020 Case Closed
The Supreme Court rejected two lawsuits filed by Trump ally Sidney Powell. It extends the extraordinary losing streak for lawsuits seeking to overturn 2020 election results. Also, President Joe Biden was inaugurated more than a month ago. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi Hillary Clinton Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton Media circles wagons for conspiracy theorist Neera Tanden The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by The AIDS Institute - Senate ref axes minimum wage, House votes today on relief bill Democratic strategists start women-run media consulting firm MORE .
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Former President Donald Trump and former first lady Melania Trump received coronavirus vaccinations in January at the White House, a person who works for Trump told CNBC on Monday. Trump, who left office on Jan. 20, did not announce at the time that he and the first lady had been vaccinated.
Cowtown Frenchy Tradition Endures Amid COVID
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With the pandemic approaching its one-year mark in Kansas City, one beloved restaurant is still going strong at its River Market location. Le Fou Frog brings French cuisine to the community with a resilient spirit behind their dishes. Barbara Rafael, co-owner of Le Fou Frog, is a lifer.
Royals Rebuilding Redux
The Royals officially announced a four-year, $25 million deal with third baseman Hunter Dozier that ESPN's Jeff Passan had previously reported. Alec Lewis of The Athletic fills in all the financial details. The full terms of Hunter Dozier's extension, per source: First year: $2.25MSecond: $4.5MThird: $7.25MFourth: $9MOption: $10M club option or $1M buyout Dozier's deal has $1M escalators, which can be earned beginning this year for award recognition.
Toe The Line Monday
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had surgery to repair his turf toe injury on February 10, Chiefs general manager Brett Veach confirmed Monday morning in a Zoom press conference. Veach then outlined Mahomes' timetable to return to the field. "Talking to (vice president of sports medicine and performance) Rick (Burkholder) late last week, it's a three-month recovery," said Veach.
Local Slow Poke Talk
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The COVID-19 vaccine is considered safe even if a person is sick. However, there are some circumstances when it is best to delay, according to a local doctor. Dr. Dana Hawkinson, medical director of infection prevention at University of Kansas Health System, said minor illness wouldn't cause a person to have a negative reaction to the vaccine.
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