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Check-it . . .Kansas City Outdoor Lunch Stays Winning In Theory
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Outdoor dining has been successful for many Kansas City area restaurants and bars, and a potential ordinance could give outdoor tables a more permanent place on the menu. "It's really increased our capacity by a measurable percentage and that has helped us to stay afloat during these tough times," Grant Waner, co-owner of City Barrel said of their outdoor cafe.
Mexican Vaxx En KC
As Missouri continues Phase 2 of its vaccination rollout, a partnership is ensuring vulnerable populations have access to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Local Ladies First
On the final day of Women's History Month, 41 Action News Today Anchor Rae Daniel sat down with a panel of Kansas City area women to discuss everything from equal pay in the workforce, to mental health, to nutrition and wellness.
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President Joe Biden will unveil a more than $2 trillion infrastructure package on Wednesday as his administration shifts its focus to bolstering the post-pandemic economy. The plan Biden will outline Wednesday will include roughly $2 trillion in spending over eight years, and would raise the corporate tax rate to 28% to fund it, an administration official told reporters Tuesday night.
MAGA Sex Scandal Unfolds
Rep. Matt Gaetz on Tuesday denied that he had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old after the New York Times reported that, according to its sources, the Justice Department was investigating a possible sexual relationship with the girl and whether he paid for her to travel with him.
Former Prez Trump Remains Cancelled On Social Media
Facebook removed a video of an interview with former President Donald Trump conducted by his daughter-in-law Lara Trump, saying any content "in the voice of Donald Trump" would be scrubbed from the social media platform. Facebook permanently banned the former president from their platform in January after the Capitol riot.
AOC Denounces Border Talk
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has finally addressed the border crisis - but only to accuse anyone using the term "surge" of pushing a "white supremacist" philosophy. Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has repeatedly been accused of ducking the dangerously overcrowded migrant detention centers despite saying they were akin to "concentration camps" under the previous administration.
COVID Still Kills
Covid-19 was the third leading cause of death in the United States last year, after heart disease and cancer, according to provisional data released on Wednesday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Local Plague Check
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - 41 Action News is offering a daily recap of COVID-19 related stories from across Kansas City and the country. Check back every morning for the latest developments.
Kansas City Zoo Offers Peek At Another Cute Captive
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The koalas have arrived, and they will be viewable to Kansas City Zoo patrons beginning in April. However, we got a little sneak preview. Photos sent to FOX4 show the Australian marsupials clinging to their tree environments with their unique-looking hands. Are those two thumbs?
Midweek Chill Sets In
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Keep going for more local links . . .KC Career Women Triumph
KANSAS CITY, MO - More women at UMB Financial Corporation, which is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, are shattering the glass ceiling and entering executive positions in a once male-dominated leadership team. Shannon Johnson, UMB Fiancial Corporation's executive vice president and chief administrative officer, steadily climbed the corporate ladder at UMB after starting as the manager of the Human Resources Call Center.
Kansas City Museum Considers Path To The Future
Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioner Scott Wagner joined Northeast News Publisher Michael Bushnell for this week's update from the Kansas City Museum. Wagner's work with the museum goes back 15 years to when he was first appointed to the Kansas City Museum Advisory Board in 2005.
Today’s Comeback Lesson
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Nikki Braam admits teaching her class of third grade students virtually isn't the same as in a classroom at New Chelsea Elementary School in the Kansas City, Kansas, Public School District. "[I miss] seeing those aha moments in real-time.
JoCo Burns This Morning
OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- No injuries were reported after a fire broke out at duplex in Overland Park. It happened just after 1 a.m. Wednesday in the 8600 block of Riggs Street. First units on the scene reported heavy fire from the back of a two-story duplex.
Golden Ghetto Cautionary Tale
DE SOTO, Kan. - A train traveling through Johnson County hit a pedestrian this afternoon. Deputies say the victim died from his or her injuries. It happened on the tracks near West 82nd Street and Ottawa Street in De Soto. The location is just south of the Kansas River near Riverfest Park.
Meth Town Spy Cam Could Help Solve Tragic Mystery
INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- Independence police are investigating a deadly hit-and-run crash after a driver hit three people walking near Blue Ridge Blvd and Sterling Avenue in Independence. The crash killed one man on March 23. Home video surveillance in the neighborhood could help police track down the driver who left the scene.
Kansas City Crime Spills Over
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- Police caught two people suspected of stealing cars from Tonganoxie and Basehor, each leading police on chases Monday evening. Officers said a citizen driving a pickup truck helped bring one of the pursuits to an end near 24th and Leavenworth Road by blocking the stolen vehicle.
Kansas City Double Murder Case Developing
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - More than 70 new potential jurors were examined in St. Charles County Tuesday for the trial of accused double murderer Kylr Yust. Yust is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Kara Kopetsky of Belton and Jessica Runions of Raymore.
Cruel Crooks Sadden Youngster
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City police are investigating after an ATV was taken from a boy with autism. Lincoln and his father, Joe Boyer, are from Michigan, but they came to Kansas to buy an ATV. Monday night, they stayed at a hotel in Kansas City, and when they woke up Tuesday morning, Lincoln's ATV was gone, stolen from the parking garage.
Help Local Puppers
Looking to add a new member to your family and give back to the world at the same time? Then you should consider adopting a pet from a local shelter. Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, animal shelters in and around Kansas City have dogs, cats and other animals ready and waiting for someone to take them home.
Creative Kansas City Endures
When Sally Linville made her first footstools in a K-State furniture studio as graduation neared, she had no idea she was scratching the surface of a full-fledged (and feathered) career - let alone a 25-person operation near West Plaza in Kansas City.
Kansas City Advocacy Continues Amid COVID
Asia Jones used to find the idea of being an activist intimidating - until she found Shirley's Kitchen Cabinet. She is one of more than 2,000 women on the mailing list for the Kansas City, Missouri, nonprofit, which focuses on amplifying the voices of Black women.
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