Kansas City Sunday: Democracy & COVID

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Sunday Party Time

Chiefs fans return to Power & Light District for season-opener

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Power & Light District hosted its first watch party of the season. Fans filled the outdoor KC Live! area to cheer on their hometown team. "The only other place to be in town when they're not home is going to be Power and Light," said Chiefs fan Shaun Atchison.

Traffic Tragedy & Reminder To Drive Safely

KC man perishes after pinned underneath Jeep with son, friend inside

BOURBON CO., Kan. (WIBW) - A Kansas City man has passed away after he was pinned underneath his own Jeep with his son and a friend inside. The Kansas Highway Patrol Crash Log indicates that around 1:25 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10, emergency crews were called to the area of 205100 NW 130th St.

Public TV Flex

Kansas City PBS Earns 9 Regional Emmy Nominations

Kansas City PBS received nine nominations for the 2022 National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Mid-America Regional Chapter EMMY Awards. The nominations are based on outstanding cultural, educational, technological, entertainment, news and informational achievements in television.

Angel Keeps It Tight

Candice Swanepoel flaunts abs in a black crop top in Miami

Candice Swanepoel endured one of her high intensity workouts with a personal trainer on Thursday while wearing a skin-tight sporty outfit. Afterwards, the South African model was spotted filling up her Jeep with gas for her drive back to her home in Miami, Florida.

Prez Defends The Republic

Biden stresses the importance of democracy in 9/11 anniversary speech

President Biden attended a ceremony at the Pentagon on Sunday to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Driving the news: Biden attended a wreath-laying ceremony ahead of his remarks. The event began with a reading of the names of all of the men and women killed in the attack on the Pentagon Sept.

MAGA On The Range

Opinion | What the ruling against 'Cowboys for Trump' founder means for you

For those of us who are tired of waiting for prosecutors to hold accountable Republican-elected officials who participated in the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, a New Mexico judge last week provided a road map for how we, the people, might just be able to ban them - maybe even former President Donald Trump - from ever running for office again.

Far East Crackdown

Exclusive: Biden to hit China with broader curbs on U.S. chip and tool exports

WASHINGTON, Sept 11(Reuters) - The Biden administration plans next month to broaden curbs on U.S shipments to China of semiconductors used for artificial intelligence and chipmaking tools, several people familiar with the matter said. The Commerce Department intends to publish new regulations based on restrictions communicated in letters earlier this year to three U.S.

Pandemic Push Back

This Could Be the Only Way to Beat COVID for Good

The novel coronavirus, like all viruses, mutates and evolves. Fast. Variant after variant. Subvariants between the variants. The virus is active. But our efforts to contain it are reactive. Thirty-four months into the COVID-19 pandemic, we still haven't figured out a way to get ahead of the virus-and offer people immunity that endures even as the virus evolves.

Billionaire Talks Currency

Elon Musk Makes a Dire Prediction About the Economy

Inflation is by far the word of the year 2022. Soaring prices of goods and services are at their highest in 40 years, which considerably affects the purchasing power of households. To relieve consumers, the Federal Reserve has embarked on an aggressive monetary policy, marked by a sharp rise in interest rates.

Local Tribute After Attack

KC family fighting to make sure 9/11 victim Denease Conley is never forgotten

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Denease Conley grew up in Kansas City. On Sept. 11, 2001, she was working security at the World Trade Center when terrorists hit the building, killing nearly 3,000 Americans, including her. Now, 21 years later, her older sister Barbara Haynes-Jenkins is fighting to keep her story alive.

Kansas City War Cry Echos

'And the home of the...Chiefs' Arrowhead tradition heard at away game in Arizona

Kansas City Chiefs fans showed up on the road in Glendale, Arizona, Sunday as the Chiefs took on the Arizona Cardinals. Fans could be heard taking part in an Arrowhead tradition inside State Farm Stadium. Kansas City Chiefs fans showed up on the road in Glendale, Arizona, Sunday as the Chiefs took on the Arizona Cardinals.

Summer Last Stand . . . 

FOX4 Forecast: Feeling like fall today

After a cool start this morning, temperatures stay below normal today despite sunny skies. A north wind will keep high temps in the middle 70s for this afternoon. Expect another cool morning on Monday, with lows in the upper 40s and lower 50s.

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