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Kansas City, MO, United States

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Student loan borrower among millions waiting to see if debt will be canceled

Eyes are on Washington to see if President Joe Biden's campaign promise of forgiving student loan debt is kept. → Read More

Kansas City, Kansas, resident captures History of Quindaro in new book

A longtime Kansas City, Kansas, resident has written a book about the Quindaro town-site to make sure the area's history is not lost. → Read More

KC Auto Show officials want to move from Missouri to Kansas

Kansas lawmakers are considering legislation that would permit the move of the Kansas City Auto Show from Kansas City, Missouri into Kansas. → Read More

Event aims to change how young adults think about conflict

An event called "Teen Summit" plans to examine the thinking and behavior of young people so they can stay out of trouble. → Read More

Homeless advocate helps others during extreme cold

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Arctic cold continues to have a firm grip on the Kansas City metro and some people experiencing homelessness are braving the elements. Advocate Lindsey Anne said there are people still living outside and the individuals she helps complain they're wet and their biggest request is a need for items to stay warm. "They become desperate for sources of heat and dry blankets, dry… → Read More

Church shows support for Chiefs Super Bowl run

Signs of support for the Super Bowl-bound Kansas City Chiefs to "Run It Back" can be found in many places throughout the metro, including at one area church. → Read More

Schools in Kansas City, Tampa compete in 'Soup-er Bowl'

The competition for Super Bowl LV is not just happening on the football field, it's also happening in the classroom. → Read More

KCMO Health Department: Appointments are key in avoiding vaccine line jumpers

The COVID-19 vaccine is being distributed on a priority basis to first responders and healthcare workers in Kansas City. → Read More

Firearm, ammunition sales increase in KC after Capitol riot

A riot at the U.S. Capitol building is causing an increase in firearm and ammunition sales at one Kansas City area gun store. → Read More

Kansas City hospital cleaner shares thoughts of working on frontlines during pandemic

Safety is a concern for many frontline workers, including those responsible for keeping hospitals clean. → Read More

Study relies on 'established trust' to improve COVID-19 testing in underserved communities

Leaders at the University if Missouri-Kansas City say established trust could be key in reaching underserved communities in Kansas City with COVID-19 testing. → Read More

KC Streetcar extension in line for $174M in federal funding

The effort to extend Kansas City’s streetcar line south to the University of Missouri-Kansas City is on track to receive federal funding. → Read More

Experts explain skepticism behind COVID-19 vaccine

Two polls show confidence in a vaccine for COVID-19 is low among Black Americans. → Read More

Report finds pregnant women at increased risk for illness from COVID-19

Medical experts warn that pregnant women have an increased risk for severe illness when contracting COVID-19. → Read More

BikeWalkKC raises awareness of 'traffic violence'

The injury and death of pedestrians and bicyclists will be the focus of an event from BikeWalkKC on Thursday, Nov. 12. → Read More

Community group says 2020 election highlights importance of Latino voters

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The impact Latino voters are having on the 2020 election is attracting attention, and one group says more needs to be done to court voters. El Centro is a nonprofit that works on a number of issues, including voter registration and engagement. President and CEO Irene Caudillo explained it's important candidates and their campaigns understand Latinos are not one-issue voters.… → Read More

Exploring whether campaign ads affect voter choices

Campaign ads are hard to miss on television, but do they make an impact on how people vote? → Read More

Truth Be Told: What both sides have to say about Missouri Amendment 3

In November, Missouri voters will be asked if they want to approve Amendment 3, and a television campaign ad is urging people to vote no. → Read More

Saliva-based COVID-19 testing to be facilitated at Truman Medical Center

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson visited Kansas City, Missouri, on Thursday to announce that Truman Medical Center will be one of four locations in the state to have saliva-based COVID-19 testing. → Read More

Truth Be Told: Campaign ad attacks Bollier's voting record on abortion

A recent campaign ad against Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Barbara Bollier, paid for by the Senate Leadership Fund super-PAC, focuses on abortion. → Read More