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Kansas City, MO, United States

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KCMO Public Works assesses 2020-2021 snow season

Kansas City Public Works comes out of "unprecedented" snow season and looks ahead to the next one. → Read More

Kansas City woman becomes one of nation's best chess players

A Kansas City resident has become one of the best chess players in the country. → Read More

Free COVID-19 testing available in underserved KC communities

A doctor, an activist, and a nonprofit come together to supply free COVID-19 testing. → Read More

'More than a Meal' providing meal kit gifts in Kansas City

A new small business is nourishing the Kansas City community through a meal kit service. → Read More

New PPE production plant to open in Riverside

A Kansas City-area gastroenterologist is leading a new effort to produce PPE on a large scale. → Read More

Manny's ready for Kansas City Restaurant Week

Manny's and other Kansas City food favorites prepare for Restaurant Week. → Read More

Finding the right fitness formula in 2021

New Year's fitness resolutions will look a little different heading into the 2021 calendar. → Read More

Kansas City VA Medical Center continues vaccinating veterans

High priority veterans are the first in line to receive vaccines at the Kansas City VA Medical Center. → Read More

Lillian Schumacher Elementary students celebrate with Icelandic tradition

A Liberty elementary school celebrates an Icelandic tradition before departing for the holidays. → Read More

Crestwood Flowers sees business bloom during holidays

At Crestwood Flowers, business is blooming with two weeks until Christmas, wrapping up a challenging year. → Read More

Hanukkah begins Thursday night for observers locally, globally

The Hanukkah holiday begins for Jewish communities here at home and around the world. → Read More

Lee's Summit family learning to learn remotely

A Lee's Summit family of six navigates an unprecedented school year. → Read More

KCMO Health Department braces for busy December of testing, tracing

The end of 2020 will be problematic as the coronavirus pandemic continues, according to Dr. Rex Archer, of the Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department. → Read More

EDC awarding CARES Act small business grants in Clay County

The EDC of Kansas City is awarding small business grants in Clay County via the CARES Act. → Read More

Independence starts new government building restrictions Monday

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — The City of Independence has new business hours at many of its government buildings Monday as efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. The changes come after the city announced more than 20 positive COVID-19 tests among its workforce, leading to more than 100 in quarantine. "Well that's 10% of our workforce," Mayor Eileen Weir said. "So, I mean, we have about a thousand… → Read More

Clinical Reference Labs in Lenexa to begin selling saliva-based COVID-19 tests

A Lenexa-based lab announced it will start selling its own saliva-based COVID-19 tests to consumers. → Read More

Political experts call for calm, patience as votes are counted

A political science professor at William Jewell College calls for patience during a closely watched vote count. → Read More

Wyandotte County braces for record turnout on Election Day

Wyandotte County is preparing for an historic voter turnout, expecting to break previous records on Election Day. → Read More

Mother, daughter share side-by-side stories of COVID-19 survival

A mother and daughter both survived bouts with coronavirus, and stress the need to take the pandemic seriously. → Read More

Luyben's Music relocates, continues serving clients online

Luyben's Music has a new home, but their business has not changed. → Read More