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Cowtown Divided By The Numbers

Kansas City is redrawing its City Council districts. Here's what that means for you.

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Restoring Northeast

210: Kansas City Museum's Anna Marie Tutera

On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast, Publisher Michael Bushnell sits down with Kansas City Museum Executive Director Anna Marie Tutera for the first of two podcasts focusing on a variety of subjects including making the museum a regional cultural destination, what visitors can expect in terms of rotating exhibits and some exciting announcements coming during the first quarter of 2022.

Rolling With New Tech

Electric car drivers are growing in the Midwest, now chargers need to keep up

Keeping an electric vehicle charged can be a challenge. Even for the editor-in-chief of a website focused on electric vehicles. Just consider the range anxiety of Bill Moore. He was scheduled to talk about the cars at the Nebraska Wind & Solar conference. The 12-volt auxiliary battery on his Nissan Leaf had gone dead.

Pr0n Offers Teachable Moment

We Asked the Math Tutor Who Posts His Lessons on Pornhub: Why?

A math tutor has raked in over a million views on Pornhub by teaching calculus in a hoodie.

Drug Showdown Ahead

Dems' plan to limit drug price inflation faces test in Senate

The outcome, which is expectedin the coming weeks as the upper chamber combs through the $1.75 trillion package, could determine to what extent Democrats can make good on their pledge to rein in drug costs for all Americans - a promise some lawmakers view as central to keeping their slim congressional majorities in the midterm elections.

Vaxx Mandate Block Renewed

Federal appeals court calls Biden vaccine mandate 'fatally flawed' and 'staggeringly overbroad'

A federal appeals court has called President Joe Biden's vaccine and testing requirements for private businesses "fatally flawed" and "staggeringly overbroad," arguing that the requirements likely exceed the authority of the federal government and raise "serious constitutional concerns." The U.S.

World Against Gas?!?!

COP26 climate agreement reached in Glasgow with unprecedented reference to fossil fuels

A deal has been reached at the COP26 conference after nearly two weeks of talks marked by stark differences between wealthy and developing nations.

Teen Trial Amid Cultural Shift

The Memo: Rittenhouse trial exposes deep US divide

The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse is once again exposing the deep fissures in American life - divides so deep that the people on each side seem to see two entirely different realities. Rittenhouse is on trial for murder after fatally shooting two people, and wounding a third, last year.

Borders Crumble Around The World

Biden says Belarus-Poland border crisis is of 'great concern' as migrant situation worsens

President Biden on Friday said the situation on the border between Belarus and Poland is of "great concern" -- as a growing number of migrants is leading to increased tensions in the region, and accusations that Belarus and Moscow are manufacturing a crisis.

Hotel Biz Shifts Inside The Loop

Kansas City Marriott Downtown finds new owner, as signs of life show for nearby historic conversion - Kansas City Business Journal

The Kansas City area's largest hotel by unit count this month has come under a new hospitality investor's ownership. Highline Hospitality Partners, an investment platform launched in 2020 by Highline Real Estate Partners, acquired the Kansas City Marriott Downtown on Nov. 5. The transaction includes the hotel's Marriott and Muehlebach towers, linked by sky bridge at 200 W.

Hopeful Hometown Scenario

What the playoff picture looks like if Chiefs beat Raiders in Week 10

by: PJ Green Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As it currently stands, the 5-4 Kansas City Chiefs are third in the AFC West and not in the playoffs. The Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders sit at the top of the AFC West with 5-3 records with the Chargers currently holding the No.

Katie Shares Forecast

Cold and dry to begin the weekend

Cold and dry to kickoff the weekend across the Kansas City metro. A hard freeze managed to make it's way just north of the Kansas City area in St. Joseph. Expect things to be a little bit warmer than that this morning, but not by much.

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