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2011/2012 Tornado Season I missed a real opportunity this year, it being a Leap Year and all, to share about the "Leap Year" tornado that happened in the Midwest several years ago. I should have shared this story on February 29th, instead I shared about the Oakland Cemetery. I mean, I don't regret that, but I will admit I missed an opportunity at a righteous theme.

Man killed in fatal KCK crash Kansas City, Kansas, police are investigating a fatal crash that killed one man and injured another.

Man killed in overnight homicide in KCMO Kansas City Police are investigating a homicide near 42nd Street and Prospect Avenue.

The Roseline's Colin Halliburton talks 'Good/Grief,' out this Friday The Roseline, Colin Halliburton, Bradley McKellip, Jim Piller, Kris Losure // photo by Lindsey Kellenbarger Lawrence’s the Roseline, is poised to release their latest LP, Good/Grief this Friday. The follow-up to 2017’s Blood sees the rockers really digging into the poppier aspects of what used to called alt-country.

Kansas City Sunday Night Link Stroll Moscow imposes mandatory lockdown as coronavirus cases top 1,000 in Russian capital Moscow authorities have ordered a citywide lock-down, restricting the normal business of most of the capital's 12.5 million residents. The move is the most comprehensive attempt to date to stem the proliferation of the coronavirus.

Exoneree shares message of resilience amid COVID-19 crisis A man who spent 23 years in prison for a crime he did not commit shares a message of resiliency.

Social Distancing and Being a Better Mom, Wife I think I'm a pretty good mom, but social distancing has forced me to be free of the distractions and "busy-ness" that typically keep me from being present at home. Having to cross out my usual schedule of "doing all the things" and going from A to B to C, now I find myself being deliberate about engaging with the kids.

Who else is open in KC? Here's a short list Mike’s Wine and Spirits All three Mike’s locations are open for in-store carryout, curbside pick-up and delivery. Mike’s is limiting the amount of people in each store to 10, including employees.

McClain: WR becomes draft priority for Texans Bill O’Brien, who also needs to shore up his defense, doesn’t have a selection until the 40th pick. Fortunately, there’s a deep pool of pass catchers.

Research at KU works to adapt in the COVID-19 era As institutes of higher education around the country continue to grapple with economic challenges surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, they are simultaneously dealing with unprecedented changes to how they conduct research.

Top state lawmakers allow Kelly's stay-at-home order to stand TOPEKA - Leaders of the Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature agreed Sunday that Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly's statewide stay-at-home order is necessary to help check the spread of the new coronavirus, allowing it to take effect Monday as planned.

Woman sells reusable toilet paper during pandemic - KTEN.com A Missouri woman has you covered. Cherish O'Dell is making reusable toilet paper during the coronavirus pandemic. Toiler paper and other paper products seem hard to come by. So, Cherish is sewing the wipes, which can come in various colors, either one - or two-ply and mimics a roll of disposable toilet paper.

'One of Maine's many cranks,' Lewiston's Elias Gove once sought $1 billion from Abraham Lincoln They didn't jump at the opportunity. Gove spent a good deal of time hanging out by the American Express office with thick piles of paperwork that supposedly laid out the plans and financing to give the existing moon and sun some companions. He apparently took all of it quite earnestly.

Elsa Hosk takes reprieve from quarantine and takes a stroll through the park with beau Tom Daley Elsa Hosk took a reprieve from coronavirus home quarantine and went on a stroll through the park with beau Tom Daley in New York City on Sunday.

Tyrann Mathieu calls out the teams that drafted DBs ahead of him The Kansas City Chiefs defensive back, clearly still riding a high from his Super Bowl in February, was chatting with Bleacher Report draft analyst Matt Miller on Sunday morning. Mathieu asked Miller to point out who got drafted in front of him. Miller shared the following graphic, which showed the partially unimpressive class.

Kansas City Stuck In The Middle Of Heartland Coronavirus Outbreak!!! Officials Continue Begging Public To Obey Social Distancing Rules!!! Some community officers from the police should walk around gently encouraging social distancing. Nice try, 6:44, but no cigar. Go back to Creative Writing 101 and this time try to learn something. 7:28 nobody is buying your bullshit, bye bye Millie! Hahahahaha!

Bellevue man to be sentenced for sexually assaulting Kansas child A 35-year-old Bellevue man who arranged for a teenage girl to be driven to Nebraska will be sentenced tomorrow morning. Nicholas Avery met a 13-year-old Kansas girl online last summer, he then paid $200 to have her brought to his home in Bellevue in a Lyft.

Kansas City Chiefs to re-sign WR Demarcus Robinson The Kansas City Chiefs are re-signing wide receiver Demarcus Robinson to a short-term contract. League sources told ESPN and NFL Media on Sunday that Robinson agreed to a one-year deal worth about $2.3 million fully guaranteed. He will count only $1 million against the Chiefs' salary cap this season.

Projecting KC Royals prospects: No. 19, Daniel Tillo 30 prospect a season ago and No. 19 ahead of the 2020 campaign, grades his fastball as a 60. It has a ton of late life to it and can touch 97 MPH at its best. Tillo mixes it in with a solid slider and a developing changeup. Control has always been a question mark for him.

K-State, Nebraska Ink 3-Game Series, Starting in Kansas City in December - Kansas State will renew one of its oldest rivalries in the coming years, as the Wildcats have inked a three-game men's basketball series with former conference foe Nebraska, starting Saturday, December 19, 2020 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, the schools announced Tuesday.

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Mysterious comic character resurfaces, offering an escape from unpredictable times Well, he might just be out hunting toilet paper like everyone else. About a month before Kansas City workers were forced to abandon their downtown offices in response to the city's Stay At Home order and ongoing Coronavirus outbreak, a strange series of "missing" posters papered the Crossroads Arts District.

How the Chiefs have used every advantage to navigate the offseason By paying attention to the details, the Chiefs have maximized the value of the free agents they have signed — and set themselves up for the 2021 draft.

K-State COVID-19 timeline: The first two weeks Here's a timeline of measures taken by the NCAA, Big 12 Conference and K-State over the past two weeks in response to the coronavirus:.

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