Drive thru condolences for the ongoing plague dominated tonight's Kansas City news cycle whilst the CDC continues to send mixed message.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Nearly 550 candles lined the mall at the National World War I Museum and Memorial Saturday night in honor of the Kansas Citians who lost their lives to COVID-19. "This is an opportunity to give family and friends a chance to memorialize them," Bert Malone, of the Missouri Public Health Association, said.