Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes a knee at Black Lives Matter demonstration

CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU TAKES A KNEE AT BLACK LIVES MATTER DEMONSTRATION

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a knee during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Ottawa on Friday.

Kansas City's FOP upset by email sent by Children's Mercy Hospital

KANSAS CITY'S FOP UPSET BY EMAIL SENT BY CHILDREN'S MERCY HOSPITAL

Hospital says email contained links to resource articles that were not properly vetted

 
 
 
Olathe police say 12-year-old girl found safe

OLATHE POLICE SAY 12-YEAR-OLD GIRL FOUND SAFE

Authorities did not provide details about where Hollis was located.

Program to buy beef from local cattle producers almost too successful

PROGRAM TO BUY BEEF FROM LOCAL CATTLE PRODUCERS ALMOST TOO SUCCESSFUL

The Richardsons said they are essentially sold out of cattle until March.

 
 
 
'Freedom isn't free': Non-profit holding youth flag day contest

'FREEDOM ISN'T FREE': NON-PROFIT HOLDING YOUTH FLAG DAY CONTEST

St. Michael's Veterans Center is encouraging kids to discuss what the flag means to them

Police officer facing charges after using baton to strike protester's head, Philadelphia DA says

POLICE OFFICER FACING CHARGES AFTER USING BATON TO STRIKE PROTESTER'S HEAD, PHILADELPHIA DA SAYS

The 21-year-old got stitches and about 10 staples in the back of his head, his lawyer said.

 
 
 
Kansas governor considering relief for renters, home owners

KANSAS GOVERNOR CONSIDERING RELIEF FOR RENTERS, HOME OWNERS

Gov. Laura Kelly says creating a new relief program would be a top priority.

Johnson County Library will reopen all 14 of its branches June 15

JOHNSON COUNTY LIBRARY WILL REOPEN ALL 14 OF ITS BRANCHES JUNE 15

Library officials said they anticipate opening with reduced hours.

 
 
 
ER doctor says heat could be dangerous for protesters

ER DOCTOR SAYS HEAT COULD BE DANGEROUS FOR PROTESTERS

Dr. Thomas Hindsley explains the warning signs to watch out for and how to prevent heat illness.

2 Kansas City kids hospitalized with Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome linked to COVID-19

2 KANSAS CITY KIDS HOSPITALIZED WITH PEDIATRIC MULTISYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME LINKED TO COVID-19

Dr. Lee Norman, the secretary for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, said during this Friday press briefing that the...

 
 
 
Saturday will be sunny, hot

SATURDAY WILL BE SUNNY, HOT

Temperatures will top out near 89 degrees Saturday, but it will feel like 94 degrees.

KBI issues statewide endangered person advisory for Wichita woman

KBI ISSUES STATEWIDE ENDANGERED PERSON ADVISORY FOR WICHITA WOMAN

Savanah Schneider last seen May 31

 
 
 
Man that attended Lawrence protest last Sunday tests positive for COVID-19

MAN THAT ATTENDED LAWRENCE PROTEST LAST SUNDAY TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19

Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health epidemiology staff said they were notified of the positive test on Friday after the sample was...

Still no word on when Worlds of Fun will reopen after COVID-19 delays

STILL NO WORD ON WHEN WORLDS OF FUN WILL REOPEN AFTER COVID-19 DELAYS

Worlds of Fun said that work continues on the world's longest racing waterslide - Riptide Raceway.

 
 
 
Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead to reopen in July after COVID-19 shutdown

DEANNA ROSE CHILDREN'S FARMSTEAD TO REOPEN IN JULY AFTER COVID-19 SHUTDOWN

Deanna Rose staff said they are working on a plan to safely open for visitors, but no details have been released yet.

Wyandotte County ready to move to Phase 3 of recovery plan on Monday

WYANDOTTE COUNTY READY TO MOVE TO PHASE 3 OF RECOVERY PLAN ON MONDAY

Swimming pools are allowed to open, with social distancing and no more than 45 people.

 
 
 
Missouri cases of COVID-19 climb 196, bringing total to 14,253 since outbreak began

MISSOURI CASES OF COVID-19 CLIMB 196, BRINGING TOTAL TO 14,253 SINCE OUTBREAK BEGAN

DHSS reports 1,468 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Kansas City, Missouri

Mayor Quinton Lucas signs list of changes Black Lives Matter leaders want to see made in Kansas City

MAYOR QUINTON LUCAS SIGNS LIST OF CHANGES BLACK LIVES MATTER LEADERS WANT TO SEE MADE IN KANSAS CITY

Mayor Quinton Lucas signed a list of demands from Black Life Matters rally organizers that asked for proposed funding for body cameras...

 
 
 
Kansas adds 223 new COVID-19 cases to top 10,300 total in first update since Wednesday

KANSAS ADDS 223 NEW COVID-19 CASES TO TOP 10,300 TOTAL IN FIRST UPDATE SINCE WEDNESDAY

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported an increase of 223 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in its first update since Wednesday...

Olathe police asking for help locating missing, endangered 12-year-old girl

OLATHE POLICE ASKING FOR HELP LOCATING MISSING, ENDANGERED 12-YEAR-OLD GIRL

Anyone with information on Jaelyn Hollis' disappearance or her location is asked to call the Olathe Police Department at 913-971-6950...

 
 
 



Biden Formally Clinches Democratic Nomination, While Gaining Steam Against Trump

Biden Formally Clinches Democratic Nomination, While Gaining Steam Against Trump

Months after sealing up the primary campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden earns enough delegates to secure the Democratic nomination. He's also risen in recent general... Read more ...

Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand donating $100 million in racial, social...

Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand donating $100 million in racial, social justice effort

"Black lives matter," Jordan and his brand said in a statement. Read more ...

Joe Biden Just Clinched the Nomination

Joe Biden Just Clinched the Nomination

After primaries and caucuses in 42 states and the District of Columbia, Joe Biden won the last few delegates needed to clinch the Democratic nomination for president late... Read more ...

DC paints huge Black Lives Matter mural near White House

DC paints huge Black Lives Matter mural near White House

“The section of 16th street in front of the White House is now officially ‘Black Lives Matter Plaza,'” D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser tweeted. Read more ...

CDC survey: Some Americans have gargled with bleach amid risky cleaning...

CDC survey: Some Americans have gargled with bleach amid risky cleaning behaviors during pandemic

About a third of Americans surveyed by the CDC have used some kind of risky cleaning practice to stop the spread of COVID-19. Read more ...

Minneapolis to ban police chokeholds in wake of George Floyd's death

Minneapolis to ban police chokeholds in wake of George Floyd's death

Negotiators for the city of Minneapolis have agreed with the state to ban the use of chokeholds by police and to require police to report and intervene anytime they see an... Read more ...

NBA's Disney restart plan gets players association approval

NBA's Disney restart plan gets players association approval

The 2019-20 NBA season will get its long-awaited conclusion. The National Basketball Players Association approved the NBA's 22-team format in a call with its board and... Read more ...

Marine Corps officially bans Confederate battle flag on military bases...

Marine Corps officially bans Confederate battle flag on military bases - including on bumper stickers and coffee mugs

The US Marine Corps has officially banned the Confederate battle flag from both public and work spaces on its military bases - including its display on vehicle bumper stickers... Read more ...

Unemployment rate falls to 13.3% as U.S. adds 2.5 million jobs

Unemployment rate falls to 13.3% as U.S. adds 2.5 million jobs

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Judge Grants Order Limiting Use Of Tear Gas, Projectiles At Denver Protests

Judge Grants Order Limiting Use Of Tear Gas, Projectiles At Denver Protests

The order is in response to a complaint filed against the City of Denver that alleges the police department's use of such weapons violated their First and Fourth Amendment rights. Read more ...