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Kansas City Hypes Space Cleared Out By COVID

Office Summit only 2 weeks away + Downtown news beat - Downtown Council of Kansas City

Global insights leader to address Office Summit audience In just two weeks, the Downtown Council of Kansas City will welcome 350 business leaders on Tuesday, Nov. 9 for a summit meeting on the hottest commodity in Downtown's escalating revitalization - the commercial office market. The 5th annual Downtown KC Office Summit will feature a keynote [...]

The Dotte Suffers Dismal Turnout

The final debate for the KCK/Unified Government mayoral race was held Wednesday evening

Next Tuesday is election day. One of the most highly contested races is the Kansas City, Kansas, mayoral race. Both the incumbent, Mayor David Alvey, and his challenger, former Deputy Police Chief Tyrone Garner, finished the primary with less than a 100 vote difference.It didn't take long for the candidates to start firing shots.

Soccer Promo Kicks Into High Gear

Former and current mayor, metro residents react to KC NWSL stadium announcement

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Kansas City's professional women's soccer team will soon have a home of their own. Once the stadium is complete, the team will no longer share a stadium with Sporting KC or the Kansas City Monarchs. The estimated $70-million privately funded KC NWSL stadium is expected to be built on the east end of the riverfront.

Important Resources For Parents

Kansas City psychiatrist hopes toolkit helps parents with teens struggling with suicidal thoughts

Depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts are all rising among teens and children nationwide. KMBC told you it prompted three prominent medical groups to declare a national emergency last week.Children's Mercy Hospital says it has a tool to help, and all parents need is the internet.A series of videos called Prepped and Ready are aimed at parents of teenagers.

Tech Crisis Persists

On Nov. 1, no GM plants will be closed due to chip shortage

DETROIT - For the first time in eight months, the global shortage of computer chips won't force General Motors to close any North American factories. The company said Friday that starting Nov. 1, all plants that had been closed on and off since February because of the shortage will be cranking out vehicles.

Local Service Journalism Catalog

curiousKC | A Homelessness Resources Guide

Throughout the past several weeks, we've received numerous questions about housing, homelessness and what steps can be taken to help folks who are unhoused. In this brief guide, we'll help illuminate lessons learned from our team's reporting and provide a list of resources for friends, family and anyone who needs to know where to turn.

Generous Offerings Expand

A new food hall is coming to downtown KC

Strang Hall, the food hall in Overland Park, is expanding to the Lightwell building in downtown Kansas City.

Hottie Shares Pumpkin Spice

Kendall Jenner Strips Down To Sexy White Lingerie As She Teases Halloween Costume - Photos

Happy Halloween from Kendall Jenner ! The model took to her Instagram recently to show off one of her Halloween costumes for the holiday, sharing her version of the Corpse Bride titular character - a sexy version, that is. "4 days till halloween yer corpse bride," Kendall captioned the post which contained a series of four sultry shots.

MAGA Makes Moves

Trump suggests he might drop a bomb on the Va. gov race. Then leaves.

Donald Trump's proclamation that he'd "soon" visit Virginia as the state's gubernatorial race comes to a close was so unexpected that few outside his inner orbit knew it was coming and the Republican candidate's own campaign was left searching for details.

Prez Lowers Expectations

Half its original size, Biden's big plan in race to finish

WASHINGTON (AP) - Half its original size, President Joe Biden's big domestic policy plan is being pulled apart and reconfigured as Democrats edge closer to satisfying their most reluctant colleagues and finishing what's now about a $1.75 trillion package.

Billionaire Tax Implodes

Democrats try to back Manchin off killing paid family leave proposal

Democratic senators launched a furious effort on the Senate floor Wednesday to back centrist Sen. (D-W.Va.) off his opposition to a national paid family leave program, which sources said was going to be cut from the budget reconciliation program. Senate Health Committee Chairwoman (D-Wash.) and New York Sen.

Far East Debate

US-China tensions evident as Biden heads to twin summits

WASHINGTON (AP) - For nine months under President Joe Biden, the U.S. has pursued a diplomatic strategy that could be characterized as about China, without China. On security, trade, climate and COVID-19, the Biden White House has tried to reorient the focus of the U.S.

Next Dose Revealed

Some immunocompromised people can receive a 4th Covid shot, CDC says

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quietly updated its Covid-19 vaccine guidance Monday for large swaths of immunocompromised people, saying they can receive a booster dose of a Covid vaccine at least six months after completing their primary vaccination series.

Celebrate Hollywood Hard Times

Gwyneth Paltrow Says She's Having Some of the Best Sex of Her Life Because She's a 'Newlywed'

Gwyneth Paltrow says she's having the best sex of her life with husband Brad Falchuk but adds it feels like "I'm cheating" Gwyneth Paltrow is basking in newlywedded bliss-three years after tying the knot! The actress appeared on Wednesday's episode of Red Table Talk where she spoke about her new Netflix show Sex, Love, and Goop.

Legend Well Remembered

Mort Sahl: Legendary comedian and satirist dies at age 94

Legendary US comedian and political satirist Mort Sahl - who skewered US presidents from Dwight Eisenhower to Donald Trump - has died. He passed away on Tuesday in Mill Valley, California, at the age of 94 of old age, a friend told AP News.

Rebuilding Kansas City

Kansas City Museum reopens, Stage 1 of restoration complete

Abby Hoover Managing Editor The Kansas City Museum is once again open to visitors as the new museum of Kansas City history and cultural heritage, following a $22 million restoration and renovation. The historic Corinthian Hall, built in 1910 by lumber baron Robert A. Long at 3218 Gladstone Blvd., has been closed since 2017.

Time Of The Season

KC VITAS' Octetoberfest looks to get spooky at St. Mary's

KC VITAS // Photo credit Mary Vanhooser For those looking to class up their Halloweekend activities, there's no better way to kick everything off than Kansas City Vibrating Internal Thyroarytenoids' (KC VITAS) Octetoberfest at St. Mary's Episcopal Church on Friday, October 29.

Lighting Up Parking Lot

Magic of Lights to come to GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An annual Christmas lights display will take place at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium for the first time this holiday season. Magic of Lights takes place in multiple cities across the country during the end of November and into December, and this year will be hosted by the Chiefs in Kansas City, Missouri.

Helpful Tribute After Tragedy

Wayside Waifs receives more than $100K in memory of Kansas City man who died of cancer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Wayside Waifs said they are grateful for more than $108,000 in donations all to help cats. It's in memory of a 32-year-old Patrick Tobin, of Kansas City, who passed away earlier this month to melanoma. His husband, Michael Casner, said he impacted many people's lives and it shows in their outpouring of support.

Weather According To Katie

Chance For Rain Increases . . .


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . . Hopefully, we'll have more the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!