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Kansas City, MO, United States

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Kansas City-area doctors: don't be picky about what COVID-19 vaccine you get

As Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine is one step closer to getting emergency use authorization, doctors are urging people not to be picky about what vaccine they get. → Read More

First-year Lee's Summit teacher honored with statewide award

Parents and students of Lauren Kennedy say she's one of a kind. → Read More

MU researcher 'not surprised' to discover U.K. variant in wastewater

Researchers from the University of Missouri in Columbia discovered the variant in 13 wastewater systems across the state about a week ago. → Read More

Evergy outages frustrate customers on medical devices

Rolling power outages are serving as a reminder to sign up for Evergy's life-support program for people who rely on medical equipment to breathe at night. → Read More

Morning Star Baptist Church hosts first of three targeted mass vaccine clinics

Members of the Missouri National Guard are in Kansas City, Missouri for the next three days assisting with targeted mass vaccine clinics. → Read More

Missouri health leaders provide update on COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Missouri's top health leaders say the state has come a long way in Covid-19 vaccine distribution. → Read More

'This just isn't good government': MO lawmakers look to waive unemployment overpayments

Missouri lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are putting pressure on Gov. Mike Parson to waive overpayment notices sent out by the Department of Labor. → Read More

Kansas lawmakers 'turning up the heat' on Department of Labor

Kansas lawmakers are putting pressure on the Department of Labor to get answers about the many issues claimants continue to face. → Read More

Planning underway for more mass vaccine clinics in rural parts of Missouri

Missouri hospitals and public health agencies are working hard to get the Covid-19 vaccine administered in all parts of the state. → Read More

What to know about COVID-19 vaccine sign-ups as Missouri adjusts rollout

As hospitals work to finalize how they will conduct the mass vaccine clinics, 41 Action News is working to clear up confusion about where Missourians should sign up. → Read More

Kansas City-area businesses cash in on Super Bowl excitement

From cookies, to shirts, to coffee, 41 Action News is highlighting some of the most unique ideas we've seen. → Read More

Johnson County residents pleased with vaccine clinic changes

Earlier this week, many senior citizens were stuck waiting in long lines both inside and out in the cold. The County apologized and promised to do better. → Read More

Alternative pain relief treatment helps Saint Luke's patient say goodbye to opioids

Ron Bennett, 66, has said goodbye to opioids and is now living a pain-free life thanks to an alternative treatment at Saint Luke's Health System. → Read More

Westport Flea Market brings back Super Bowl burger deal

Local restaurants are getting another chance to cash in on the Super Bowl excitement. → Read More

Missouri chiropractor faces challenges getting COVID-19 vaccine

Some Missouri private physicians in Phase 1A tell 41 Action News they still haven't been able to receive their first dose of the vaccine. → Read More

KC Restaurant Week a needed boost for local restaurants

Kansas City restaurants are seeing the postive effects of KC Restaurant Week. The 10-day-long event wrapped up Jan. 17. → Read More

Missourians in next phase of COVID-19 vaccine rollout eager to get shot

Starting Monday, Missouri is in Phase 1B, Tier 2 of its COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan. → Read More

Virtual learning offers Missouri schools an alterative to snow days

In Missouri, a law that went into effect at the start of of the 2020-2021 school year allows schools to have students work remotely rather than using a snow day. → Read More

KCK school board votes to send students in need of support back to in-person learning

Some students in the Kansas City, Kansas School District will go back to in-person learning in February. → Read More

Kansas lawmakers meet to review COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Kansas lawmakers say they have many questions about how the state's Covid-19 vaccine distribution plan works. → Read More