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Looks Like Pandemic Still On
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - People are lining up again to get new booster shots to protect against COVID-19.The new shots have been reformulated so that they protect against both the original virus as well as the Omicron variants responsible for most recent COVID infections.
Community Tribute Reported
For Diane Hershberger, the Marlborough neighborhood-a southeast KC community that spans from Gregory Boulevard to 89th Street and Troost Avenue to Bruce R. Watkins Drive-is a comfortable place to be. She's lived in Marlborough for 26 years and currently serves as the interim executive director of the Marlborough Community Coalition.
Rock Chalk Cinema Debuts
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - A group called Grow Kansas Film plans to introduce a bill on the first day of Kansas' 2023 legislative session to help draw production companies to the state. The highlights filmmaking and other content creation as an economic driver. It asks the state to set aside $12 million for the project.
Show-Me Weed Winning
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - - The majority of Missouri voters approve of making marijuana legal. A SurveyUSA poll released Monday shows 62% of voters approve Amendment 3, which legalizes the personal use of marijuana. 22% of voters surveyed oppose legalizing marijuana and 16% responded that they are not yet certain how they would vote.
Kansas City Star Reads TKC
The NFL suspended Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Willie Gay four games Monday, and it's not simply because he broke a vacuum cleaner. Well, probably not. No way, right? We're left to make assumptions - left to read between the lines, some of them common sense, some of them more like solving a Rubik's cube - because that's the way the NFL prefers it.
Behind The Scenes On Hottie
Paul Archuleta/Getty Images According to her personal website bio, Lindsey Pelas is a "social media superstar." And she's not wrong - Pelas has 8.8 million followers on Instagram and 1.2 million Twitter followers.
Top Doc Correction?!?
President Biden caused waves when he declared in a "60 Minutes" interview that the COVID-19 pandemic is "over," and his chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci joined those who sought to walk back that statement. On Monday, Fauci aimed to qualify the president's optimistic remark, acknowledging that while the worst of the coronavirus is over, it still remains a concern.
MAGA Shares Real Estate Golden Rule
Former President Donald Trump mocked President Biden's nosebleed seat at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II - insisting he would have had a prime spot if still commander in chief. Trump mocked his 79-year-old successor while sharing an image from The Post highlighting how the president and his first lady, Jill Biden, were stuck 14 rows back at the historic royal funeral Monday.
First Son Fight Sneak Peek
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., joined " Fox & Friends First" Tuesday to discuss the House Oversight Committee getting set to vote on his amendment calling on President Biden to turn over all documents related to his family's business dealings.
Mar A Lago Dox Argued
NEW YORK, Sept 20 (Reuters) - The judge appointed to review classified materials and other documents the FBI seized from Donald Trump's Florida home in August will hold his first conference on the matter in a New York courtroom on Tuesday.
RINO Charges Forward
"I've told Liz I couldn't wait to start disagreeing with her again in public," joked Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), who's struck up a close friendship with Cheney stemming from their work on the Jan. 6 select committee. "Liz Cheney has been a great constitutional patriot during this period.
Another Strike Threat On Track???
The threat of a U.S. freight railroad strike still looms. Union members still need to ratify a tentative agreement reached by their leaders. Some local members have already rejected the terms. The largest U.S.
Midterm Mayhem Feared
Then-President Donald Trump used the delays counting mail ballots after Election Day to sow confusion and baseless conspiracy theories about the validity of the vote count, igniting a movement to overturn the results that led to the riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Euro Debate Deepens
IZIUM, Ukraine, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Ukraine said its troops have marched farther east into territory recently abandoned by Russia, paving the way for a potential assault on Moscow's occupation forces in the Donbas region as Kyiv seeks more Western arms. In a sign of nervousness from a Moscow-backed administration in Donbas about the success of Ukraine's recent offensive, its leader called for urgent referendums on the region becoming part of Russia.
U.S. Claimz Planet In Peril
Warning that the world is in "great peril," the head of the United Nations says leaders meeting in person for the first time in three years must tackle conflicts and climate catastrophes, increasing poverty and inequality - and address divisions among major powers that have gotten worse since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Sketchy Life Lesson Offered In Canada
A school has faced backlash after defending a transgender teacher who wore huge prosthetic breasts with tight-fitted clothing to class. The manufacturing technology teacher, identified as Kayla Lemieux, was pictured with protruding nipples at Oakville Trafalgar High School in Ontario Canada.
Home Team Fans Running Out Of Patience
The Kansas City Royals are loyal to a fault when it comes to their players. In some cases, that loyalty borders on insanity. Such is the case with Hunter Dozier. The Royals had thought they had locked in a key part of their future core when he signed a four year extension worth $25 million ahead of the 2021 campaign.
Check This Creative Conversation
Jenny Meyer-McCall. // Courtesy Jenny Meyer-McCall If you've ever spied Prairie Village artist Jenny Meyer-McCall's two- and three-dimensional pieces, it's easy to see why she calls her work "intentionally nurturing and whimsical." With so many nuanced layers, each piece has its own texture, movement, and sense of humor.
Local Biz Rank Amongst Best
From Best Restaurant to Best Whiskey, Best Coffee Shop, and Best Champagne Bar, KC Businesses Get National Recognition - In Kansas City
While we don't need national awards and publications to let us know which Kansas City restaurants, bars, and coffee shops are our favorites, there's something special about local Kansas City businesses receiving national recognition. In September, six local businesses were featured on national "best of" lists for categories ranging from best new restaurants to best...
Kansas City Brew Documented
The Monarch Bar redefined luxury nightlife in KC when it opened on the Plaza five years ago. Now, the Monarch Book of Cocktails is here.
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