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Show-Me Gas Passing Note
Missouri Public Service Commission orders Spire to write new letter to customers about natural gas situation
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Two weeks since Spire first communicated with St. Louis area residents about potential outages or disruptions that could come with natural gas this winter, the energy company is coming under new fire from the Missouri Public Service Commission (MoPSC).
Plague Rises In Rock Chalk Sewers
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Through the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors have been using wastewater as a way to predict coronavirus spikes. Doctors are raising concern after seeing data for one city in Kansas. Health experts believe wastewater is a leading indicator in how COVID-19 is going to develop in a community.
Show-Me Vaxx Opening Up
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - All adults in Missouri are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster, the state health department announced Friday. All adults in Missouri now can receive a booster shot within six months of their last Pfizer or Moderna dose. Johnson & Johnson boosters were already approved for adults at least two months after the shot.
Hottie Fashion Sneak Peek
CHARLOTTE McKinney is happy to give her fans the slip, as she poses in a bright red one. The 28-year-old model managed to look almost demure as she relaxed in the satin number. But it was a different matter when she was spotted with her tattoo artist boyfriend of four years, Nathan Kostechko.
Troops Confront Sky Fall
A senior Pentagon official warned the US military is "not ready" to handle climate change, a national security issue that touches nearly every aspect of Defense Department planning.
Prez Talk Trans Rights
President Biden issued a solemn statement Saturday to mark "Transgender Day of Remembrance." "This year, at least 46 transgender individuals in this country - and hundreds more around the world - were killed in horrifying acts of violence. Each of these lives was precious. Each of them deserved freedom, justice, and joy," Biden said.
As health officials push COVID booster shots, a debate is quickly emerging around whether the definition of "fully vaccinated" should be changed to include an additional dose of the vaccine. Why it matters: Booster shots provide remarkably strong protection against coronavirus infections, at least for a period of time.
MAGA STAYS WINNING?!?
Kansas City Restored
Former President Donald Trump took a large lead over President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for the 2024 presidential race, according to a new poll. In a new poll conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies, 44 percent of respondents said they'd vote for Trump, if he is a candidate in the 2024 presidential election, while 39 percent said they'd vote for Biden.
Welcome back to the Northeast Newscast. Publisher Michael Bushnell is back with Kansas City Museum Executive Director Anna Marie Tutera for the second of two podcasts that focus on a variety of topics regarding the Kansas City Museum.
Winter Is Coming
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The temperatures dropped outside, reminding us all that winter is right around the corner. That means the first snow of the season could be just weeks away.
Katie's Forecast For Today
A nice and normal fall day is in store for Kansas City Saturday. Skies are clearing up early but will return later in the day.A high of 56 is expected for Saturday and will even reach 60 in a couple of cities surrounding the greater Kansas City area.
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