Kansas City Wednesday News Gathering

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Kansas City Liberty Restored

Liberty Memorial reopening, World War I Museum to host several events leading up to Memorial Day

The National WWI Museum and Memorial has reopened Liberty Memorial Tower Wednesday, and the Edward Jones Research Center will be open again on Monday, after more than a year of being closed due to COVID-19.The Museum and Memorial closed to the public on March 16, 2020, for 11 weeks and,

Fight Night Coming Back

WWE returns to Kansas City July 26 for Monday Night Raw

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- WWE is returning to Kansas City on July 26 for Monday Night Raw at the T-Mobile Center. It's part of its 25-city touring schedule this summer.

Bullet Dodging In JoCo

Johnson County Sheriff's deputies investigate gunfire that ended with house damaged

by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: EDGERTON, Kan. - The Johnson County Sheriff's Office is searching for the person or people behind two weekend shootings. The first happened around 11 p.m. Saturday night near East Second and East Nelson streets in Edgerton. Investigators said seven rounds hit a home in that area.

Kansas City Volunteers Offer Helping Hand

Kansas City group works to restore homes for those who can't afford the repairs

A Kansas City nonprofit is working to relieve the housing crisis here. ReNewKC Neighborhoods started up during the pandemic trying to restore existing homes for those who can't afford the repairs. It's changing lives but more funding is needed.A house on Crysler Avenue in Independence has been home to Loraina Leuck and her family for 26 years.

Kansas City Career Day

Job seekers attend job fair at Arrowhead Stadium

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- Across the nation, businesses are dealing with employee shortages. Today, Arrowhead Stadium looked to help with the local shortage. It was out with the Zoom interactions and back to in-person, as many people went to the job fair at Arrowhead Stadium for a chance to find work.

Vaxxing The Dotte

How Wyandotte County, Kansas, built vaccine trust with Hispanic communities - The Beacon

A donation to The Beacon goes beyond the newsroom. We amplify community voices, share resources and investigate systems, not just symptoms. The Beacon in your inbox. In-depth reporting delivered every Tuesday and Thursday morning. Lamon Lewis, 40, of Kansas City, Kansas, wasn't sure at first that he wanted to get vaccinated because he was afraid of potential side effects.

Hottie Shares Sneak Peek

Demi Rose goes topless as she signs up to Only Fans

She regularly treats her 16.5 million Instagram followers to raunchy content. Yet Demi Rose revealed she'd be treating fans to content far steamier than allowed on the photosharing app- which boasts a no-nudity platform. Alongside a topless snap on Wednesday, the 26-year-old glamour model revealed she's become the latest celebrity to sign up to X-rated subscription site OnlyFans.

Case Against Former Prez Trump

Where things stand in the Trump criminal investigations

Former President Donald Trump left the White House four months ago, but he didn't leave his legal troubles behind, and in recent weeks there have been new indications that some of the criminal investigations involving Trump are intensifying.


54% of Americans support states' decision to end $300 unemployment benefit, Quinnipiac poll finds

More than half of Americans support the move of some states to end a $300 weekly supplement to unemployment benefits months before it officially expires, according to a Quinnipiac University poll issued Wednesday. At least 23 states have announced an early end to federal unemployment programs in recent weeks.

Prez Biden Double Back

Biden shut down Wuhan inquiry out of spite - and is now forced to reverse course

Does Trump Derangement Syndrome have no end? President Biden overturned President Donald Trump's policies at the southern border, even though they were controlling illegal migration. He's pushing for a return to the failed Iran deal, even though the Trump administration successfully reined in that country's spreading of terror.


Marjorie Taylor Greene deletes retweet calling Kevin McCarthy a "feckless c**t" and "moron"

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.) shared, praised and then deleted a tweet describing House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as a "moron" and "feckless c**t" on Tuesday. Hours before Greene shared the tweet, McCarthy had blasted her for making an "appalling" analogy between her struggle to comply with the mask mandate imposed by House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.)

Adjusting The Deal

Canadian National to divest Kansas City Southern's 70-mile rail overlap

Canadian National Railway (CNR.TO) said on Wednesday it would divest Kansas City Southern's (KSU.N) 70-mile rail line between New Orleans and Baton Rouge to eliminate the only overlap between the two railroad operators. The line is less than 0.7% of the about 27,000 route-miles the two companies operate, the Canadian operator said.

Prez Biden Demands Gun Control

'Enough': Biden renews calls for gun control bill after San Jose rail yard shooting

President Joe Biden urged Congress to pass stricter gun control measures after the latest mass shooting at a Northern California rail yard Wednesday, in which eight people were killed.

Tragic Training Day

Hamas leader Sinwar hoists rifle-carrying child for cameras in Gaza City rally

Israel's Defense Forces shared a video Wednesday that they said showed Hamas leader Yehiyeh Sinwar "proudly" showing off "a child holding a firearm." In the video, the child is also wearing camo fatigues and what appears to be a flak vest, greeting a group of adult men on a stage.

Nature Offers Fugly Comeback

Tasmanian devils born in the wild on Australian mainland for the first time in 3,000 years

Australia is experiencing a very unique baby boom. Tasmanian devils have just been born in the wild on the continent's mainland for the first time since they disappeared there about 3,000 years ago. Last year, conservationists released 26 of the adult carnivorous marsupials into a sanctuary at Barrington Tops, north of Sydney.

Sink Or Swim

National boat shortage causing headaches for Kansas City area stores and rentals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - If your holiday weekends include boating, consider yourself fortunate. Right now there's an ongoing national boat shortage and it's making most kinds of watercraft impossible to find. "We still have boats coming in that were ordered last winter, Carl Johnson with Sportsman's Outfitter and Marine in Belton said.

Kansas City Doggie Style Debuts

6 extremely extra local hot dogs for when ketchup and mustard are just too basic

Six amazing Kansas City hot dogs/ Caleb Condit and Rebecca NordenNothing says summer quite like a hot dog. And in Kansas City, you don't have to settle for ketchup and mustard-we've got hot dogs that veer hard toward extra-ness. Here are six favorites from around town.

KC Summer Eat Out Ahead

KC BBQ Fest brings the smoke in early July

Mark your calendars for a full weekend of BBQ, bands, and beer from July 9-11 at GEHA Field at Arrowhead. The Q Kansas City BBQ Festival will feature KC's own primo pitmasters as well as others from around the country.


Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes hits practice field for first time since turf toe surgery

Look who's back!After undergoing surgery to repair his turf toe injury in February, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes returned to the practice field Wednesday during the team's organized team activities.The Chiefs shared a brief video of Mahomes going through a passing drill on their social media during the second day of OTAs.Last week NFL Network national correspondent James Palmer reported Mahomes is ahead of schedule with his rehabilitation after the surgery to fix the injured turf toe.Mahomes suffered a turf toe injury in the AFC divisional game against the Cleveland Browns.

Something Weather This Way Comes

Kansas City area prepares for severe thunderstorms overnight, Thursday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's been more than a year since people across the Kansas City metro have had to prepare for weather as severe as we're expecting Thursday. "Make sure we're watching the weather and making sure we have all the necessary stuff to put in the house to stay safe," Kansas resident Ray Chlebicki said of his preps for Thursday's weather.

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