Kansas City News Layout: Diligently Working Toward Spring Training

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Home Team Has Work

Kansas City Royals host career fair to fill hundreds of vacant jobs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - If you've ever been interested in working for the , now is your season. The organization is hosting a career fair at Kauffman Stadium on Saturday, looking to fill hundreds of spots needed for the upcoming baseball year.

Inspiring Local Foodie Debut

Opening day: Long-awaited halal food franchise arrives in KC with more locations on the menu

Osama Hanif was as hungry for an opportunity to prove himself as he was to eat his favorite halal food in Kansas City, he said, reflecting on the years-long process to open an east coast franchise restaurant in the Midwest.

Snail Mail Crisis Cont'd

Despite lawmakers push, KC residents still fighting unresolved USPS problems

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Even though it was late afternoon, Diana Manzella knew there was no point in checking her mailbox for the letters she'd been anxiously awaiting. "We are lucky if we get mail every four days," said Manzella, who said she has even requested her company send her tax documents by FedEx instead of USPS because she knows she most likely won't get them in time.

Show-Me The Money

Some of the wealthiest billionaires live in Missouri

The top five wealthiest Missourians all have a net worth of more than $5 billion JOPLIN, Mo. - The world's billionaires, which consists of only 3,311 individuals, represent almost $11.8 trillion in wealth. North America is home to most billionaires, worth $4.6 trillion.

Golden Ghetto Fights For Roots

Overland Park residents are trying to save this 100-year-old oak tree along 69 Highway

Local residents are calling for a century-old tree to be saved in Overland Park that is set to be removed as part of the 69Express toll lane project. A post on Nextdoor, a neighborhood social network site, has garnered more than 100 likes and comments from residents wanting to preserve the old bur oak tree, which is located at the southwest corner of 119th Street and U.S.

EPIC Latina Hottie Overshares

Diane Guerrero on her sexuality and her parents' deportation

The 'Encanto' star on how the trauma of her parents' deportation taught her to evolve - in life and in love. Story by Libby Torres Photography by Josefina Santos Diane Guerrero is giving me a tattoo tour. It's a scorching August day in Manhattan, and we're seated outside the Bowery Hotel during the weekday lunch rush.

Prez Pushes Back Journalism

Biden chides ABC's David Muir as he's grilled about classified documents scandal: 'You're a good lawyer'

President Biden got a bit combative with ABC's David Muir over the classified documents scandal that has been plaguing his presidency. During an interview that aired on Friday's "World News Tonight," Muir began the exchange by quoting Biden's own comments knocking former President Trump last year following the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago retrieving presidential records he refused to turn over to the National Archives.

MAGA Might Have Another Chance

A flawed national popular vote could work to Trump's advantage

It's anyone's guess at this point whether Donald Trump will win the Republican nomination for president in 2024. Many Democrats have mixed feelings, hating Trump and what he's done to the country but thinking he might be the easiest Republican opponent for President Biden (or perhaps any other Democrat) to beat.

Far East Offers Way Out?!?

Zelenskyy open to considering some parts of Beijing's proposals to end Ukraine war

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy cautiously welcomed Beijing's efforts toward ending the war in Ukraine and said he would like to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss China's proposals. Speaking at a press conference in Kyiv Friday to mark the first anniversary of Moscow's invasion, Zelenskyy said he was open to considering some aspects of the 12-point "position paper" published by the Chinese foreign ministry.

Pandemic Double Take On Pills

US agency to reverse Covid-19 policy for frequently abused prescription drugs

The US Drug Enforcement Administration has proposed rules that would again require patients to visit doctors in-person to obtain prescriptions for certain medications that are frequently abused. The announcement seeks to reverse policy changes made during the Covid-19 pandemic which allowed doctors to prescribe controlled drugs such as Adderall and OxyContin through virtual tele-health appointments.

Americans Suffer Pollution

'Sound like Mickey Mouse': East Palestine residents' shock illnesses after derailment

EAST PALESTINE, OHIO - Wade Lovett's been having trouble breathing since the Feb. 3 Norfolk South train derailment and toxic explosion here. In fact, his voice sounds as if he's been inhaling helium.

White House FINALLY Reacts

Biden orders Ohio door-to-door checks more than 3 weeks after toxic train derailment

President Biden directed federal agencies on Friday to go door-to-door in Ohio more than three weeks after the toxic train derailment that has impacted the village of East Palestine. Teams from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Environmental Protection Agency and Federal Emergency Management Agency will visit residents starting on Saturday, asking how they're doing and what they need, and to connect them with resources from federal and nonprofit organizations.

EPIC U.S. Billionaire Snubs Prez

Buffett Appears to Swipe at Biden in Shareholder Letter

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett's annual letter, released on Saturday morning, included the usual homespun wisdom that his shareholders have come to expect, with modest and self-effacing reflections on his own unearned luck and fallibility. But at least one section of the letter was sharper, and appeared to be directed squarely at the president.

Heiress Shares Fear Of Harvey

Paris Hilton Says Harvey Weinstein Followed Her to the Bathroom, Tried to Open the Door and Yelled at Her When She Was 19: 'I Was Scared'

Paris Hilton revealed in an interview with Glamour UK that she had an uncomfortable incident with Harvey Weinstein at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival when she was only 19 years old. Hilton was at the festival to attend the annual amfAR gala for AIDS research, which Weinstein was hosting that year.

Triple Teaming The Bills

I'm In A Polyamorous Throuple - Here's How We Divide Our Finances

The throuple figured out that they could buy a house together by forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC). "It was a workaround because there wasn't really an easy way for the three of us to go in on a house together and get loans."

ROYAL FAIL Underway Again

Evaluators rank Royals farm system near bottom

The Royals are relying on homegrown talent to get them back to contention, but there may not be much more help on the way if the opinions of some talent evaluators in the game is correct. ESPN's Kiley McDaniel ranked the Royals 28th in his his organizational rankings this off-season, while Prospects 1500 ranked them not much higher at #24.

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Saturday warms above freezing, and storms are possible Sunday


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