Bars and taverns will remain at 50% capacity. The new order will remain in place until January 16.
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Normally empty this time of year, aisles full of school supplies suggest that parents are taking a pass on purchases until they have more certainty about openings.
Kansas City needs to cut nearly $50 million from the budget this fiscal year or face steeper reductions in the future.
Area food banks have seen increased demand during the coronavirus pandemic. Gleaning is one of the ways they get fresh produce into the hands of those who need it.
There's a lot still up in the air about the coming school year, but here's a round-up of where Kansas City area schools stand now.
When the Bureau of Prisons finally turned over the records — after Purkey's second execution date was set — they went to the government's lawyers, who Purkey’s lawyers say failed to turn the records over to them.
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