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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The smokey smell around Kansas City Tuesday morning is not from all the yummy barbecue joints around town, but from wildfires over Oklahoma, Arkansas and southern Missouri. Winds of 15-35 miles per hour are shipping the smoke and smell into the area.
Newsman Sets Agenda
For many Kansas Citians, the bouncing of an orange ball on hardwood floors will be the biggest story of the week. The Big 12 Basketball Tournament is coming to town. The men's tournament gets underway Wednesday at T-Mobile Center. The women's tournament starts Thursday at Municipal Auditorium.
Local Life Lesson
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The federal government is pushing all states to prioritize vaccinating K-12 teachers. Kansas teachers were prioritized back in February, but Missouri still doesn't plan to open its sign ups to teachers until next week. However, teachers in any state can now get the vaccine at any federal retail pharmacy program participant, like Hy-Vee.
Lindsey Fights For Hottie Freedom On Social Media
Lindsey Pelas isn't happy with what she sees as glaring double standards in Instagram's content management process. The social media-famous model and Eyes Up Here podcast host took to Twitter to voice her objections with the same platform that, at an earlier time, helped internet celebrities build massive followings and connect with fans.
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WASHINGTON - The House of Representatives is poised this week to pass President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan with $1,400 checks, billions for vaccines, and money to reopen schools. The Senate passed the bill over the week weekend after a marathon session.
American Insurrection Smackdown Persists
Ariz. judge slams Capitol rioter who wore horns for 60 Minutes interview from jail, 'detachment from reality'
An Arizona federal judge ruled Monday that the self-described "QAnon Shaman" - who garnered widespread recognition after storming the U.S. Capitol shirtless, wearing face paint, a bearskin and horned headdress on Jan. 6 - must remain jailed until his trial.
Poke Permissions Debut
At last, there's some good news. Exactly one horrific, demoralizing and family-splitting year since darkness descended on America, top public health officials arrived at a (virtual) White House coronavirus strategy briefing on Monday armed with tangible hope.
Prez Doggie Dismissed
The "First Dogs" are officially in the dog house. The pet pooches of President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden have been shipped back to their home in Delaware after one of them bit a White House guard, according to a report.
Buckingham Palace silence on Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's Oprah interview sparks fury over bombshell claims
Buckingham Palace is facing mounting pressure to release a statement after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey. During the televised tell-all, which aired on Sunday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex detailed how they were allegedly mistreated by Britain's royal household, as well as "The Firm," referring to senior members of the family.
Diva Shares Scare
Doja Cat has released the sultry - and scary - new music video for her viral single "Streets," originally featured on her 2019 album Hot Pink. In the horror-fantasy clip, directed by Christian Breslauer, a taxi driver stares out at a mannequin while Paul Anka's "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" plays in the background.
Hipsters Help Legal Eagles
Lawyer Finder, a searchable online directory made by The Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, is now available to the public and legal community. "We created Lawyer Finder to fill an accessibility gap between the public and lawyers which widened in the pandemic's remote environment," says Sam Wendt, 2021 president of the KCMBA.
Kansas City Artsy Springtime Coming Soon . . .
The KC Downtowners will celebrate the local arts scene this Wednesday with a virtual spotlight on ArtsKC and Art in the Loop. Dana Knapp, President & CEO of ArtsKC, will deliver the keynote address at the Downtowners' March meeting on Wednesday.
Kansas City Fire Fear Redux
High fire danger again today with strong wind gusts, dry ground & low humidity. Fires can start and spread quickly. Highs reach the low to mid 70s through Wednesday Rain and thunderstorms will end the fire danger and chances increase Wednesday evening into next weekend KANSAS CITY'S MOST ACCURATE FORECAST Monday: High fire danger with the dry ground and air.
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