Kansas City Tuesday News Look: Local Snacks & Vaxx The Planet?!?

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Midtown Junk Food Redux

Grand opening set for Guy's Deli & Pizza in Westport

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After Joe's Pizza Buy the Slice closed in October, it was announced that Guy's Deli & Pizza would be setting up shop in its former location. Guy's will officially open their doors on Monday, Jan. 10 behind Kelly's Westport Inn on Westport Road.

Meth Town Retail Comeback

Independence Center reopens after water main break

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Independence Center reopened Tuesday around noon, a day after the shopping center was forced to close early due to a water main break. The mall posted the news on social media and said that the southwest main mall entrance will remain closed.

COVID According To Locals

We asked four top local doctors what they learned from the pandemic

We asked four doctors from our annual top doctors list what they learned over the last two years-about medicine, about life, about our society. Here's what they had to say.

Freeze Out In The Dotte

Tenants at Bethany Park Towers say they were left without heat over New Year's

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- With single-digit temperatures moving through the metro this month, tenants at Bethany Park Towers in Kansas City, Kansas, have had to endure cold temperatures inside their units after being left without heat over New Year's. Several tenants told KCTV5 the temperature in their units barely hits 60 degrees during the day and dips at night.

Meth Town Clean Up Underway

Independence approves abandoned shopping cart crackdown

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Independence, Missouri leaders passed an ordinance Monday night cracking down on what they call "a major concern" for the city, shopping carts littering the streets and sidewalks. Now business owners will have to submit a an abandoned shopping cart prevention and retrieval plan as part of their yearly permits.

Hotness Admired Down South

La sensual Lindsey Pelas sube la temperatura con sus encantos

Antes de cerrar el 2021 te presentamos a la hermosa Lindsey Pelas una de las modelos que posó para importantes revistas como Playboy para dominar las redes sociales, pues actualmente cuenta con casi 9 millones de seguidores en su cuenta de Instagram.


'We can't vaccinate the planet every six months,' says Oxford vaccine scientist

A leading expert who helped create the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine said Tuesday that giving everyone in the world booster shots multiple times a year is not feasible.

COVID Cure Proves Costly

GOP governors accuse Biden of controlling the supply of COVID treatments. The alternative could be a bidding war.

COVID treatments that work against the new omicron variant are in short supply, and Republican governors are accusing President Joe Biden of preventing their distribution by purchasing them in such bulk amounts that it prevents states from making their own purchases.

Capitol Riot Postscript Part Deux

The riot, the republic and the fight for America's soul

One year after a pro-Trump mob attacked the Capitol, experts, historians and politicians warn of a democracy still at risk.

AOC Comeuppance?!?!

Candace Owens blasts Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for bratty, immature response to critics

Political commentator Candace Owens appeared on " Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss the recent controversy surrounding Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. On Monday, Carlson remarked on Ocasio-Cortez being photographed on vacation in Florida despite omicron variant cases rising in her home state of New York. REP.

More Stimmy Stays Losing

Joe Manchin says he has had no talks about resurrecting Biden's Build Back Better plan

Sen. Joe Manchin has not had any talks about reviving President Joe Biden's proposed investments in social programs and climate policy since he torpedoed the Build Back Better Act, Manchin said Tuesday. The West Virginia Democrat said in December that he would oppose the House-passed bill, his party's top priority.


More than 1 million Americans were diagnosed with COVID over the long holiday weekend

The U.S. reported a record 1,082,549 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. It's the latest in a series of staggering milestones brought on by the highly transmissible omicron variant, which is sweeping across the U.S. and around the world. The U.S.

China Plagued By Scarcity

China: Xi'an residents in lockdown barter for food amid shortage

Faced with low supplies under lockdown, some have resorted to trading phones and gadgets for food.

Royal Showdown

Judge expects to make decision on motion to dismiss lawsuit against Prince Andrew soon

An attorney for Prince Andrew argued at a hearing Tuesday that a lawsuit filed against his client by Virginia Giuffre, who alleges the prince sexually abused her, should be dismissed largely because he believes a settlement agreement Giuffre signed with Jeffrey Epstein releases Andrew from legal action.

Pr0n Stands Proud After Debate

Maitland Ward Poses In Front Of Billboard For X3 Show On Hollywood Boulevard After Blaming Billie Eilish's Parents: Photos

PHOTOS Dec. 29 2021, Published 11:34 a.m. ET Maitland Ward was seen paying a visit to her billboard on Hollywood Boulevard earlier this week. The sighting on Tuesday, December 28 comes just hours after her bombshell interview with TMZ , where she gave her take on Billie Eilish's recent comments about the porn industry.

Kansas City Brews Community

The 8 best new coffee shops in Kansas City

Like sixty-four percent of American adults, we drink coffee literally every day. But never with more enthusiasm and joy than on cold winter mornings, when the forecast threatens snow and the sun hangs low until after the workday begins, then slinks out of sight before it's over.

Royal Suck Starts Now

Royals FanFest cancelled again

The Kansas City Royals announced via their website that they would be cancelling their 2022 FanFest for the second straight year. The baseball team once again cited the COVID-19 pandemic as the primary reason for the permanent postponement. The omicron variant of COVID-19 has continued to rapidly spread across the Kansas City area.

Hipster Listening Session Awaits

20 Years of Music Discovery: 90.9 The Bridge A-Z Countdown

We're ringing in the new year with a huge celebration! In support of 20 years of music discovery, we'll be playing back every song in The Bridge's music library from A to Z, starting on Monday, Jan. 3...

Pitch Makes New Friends

Letter from the Editor: Going through it, and into a New Year

Rukes outside The Drunken Worm on 39th. // Photo by Jim Nimmo Welcome to 2022. New year, new you, etc. Our January issue is traditionally about change, regrowth, and re-evaluation. You'll find a lot of articles looking into the future in these pages, from Barb Shelly's piece on the political pitfalls Missouri and Kansas could fall into to Liz Cook's...

Winter Comeback . . . 

Snow, bitter cold overnight Wednesday could mean problems Thursday morning

Tuesday's warm weather is taking care of what was left from snow over the weekend, but there are more flakes on the way, and the timing of this system could cause issues with the morning commute.First Alert Meteorologist Neville Miller said our area is expecting to see snow again Wednesday

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