They used to make MLB uniforms. Now they're making medical masks and gowns

THEY USED TO MAKE MLB UNIFORMS. NOW THEY'RE MAKING MEDICAL MASKS AND GOWNS

Major League Baseball is teaming up with a sports apparel retailer to help with a national shortage of personal protective equipment...

Treasury Secretary says Americans can expect stimulus checks to be direct deposited within 3 weeks

TREASURY SECRETARY SAYS AMERICANS CAN EXPECT STIMULUS CHECKS TO BE DIRECT DEPOSITED WITHIN 3 WEEKS

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday that Americans could expect checks from the historic $2 trillion stimulus bill to be...

 
 
 
Joe's KC expands its curbside pickup hours to include Sundays

JOE'S KC EXPANDS ITS CURBSIDE PICKUP HOURS TO INCLUDE SUNDAYS

The move allows folks craving a Z-Man to get their fix on a Sunday while still practicing social distancing.

Coronavirus in Kansas City: Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases climb in Missouri, Kansas

CORONAVIRUS IN KANSAS CITY: NUMBER OF CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES CLIMB IN MISSOURI, KANSAS

Many areas are under ‘stay-at-home' orders through end of April.

 
 
 
Plenty of sun ahead for Sunday, Monday in Kansas City

PLENTY OF SUN AHEAD FOR SUNDAY, MONDAY IN KANSAS CITY

More sun and more wind are in the forecast for Sunday with a high topping out at 66 degrees.

KC couple says "I do" at home after pandemic cancels wedding

KC COUPLE SAYS "I DO" AT HOME AFTER PANDEMIC CANCELS WEDDING

Madison King and Jacob Clouse decided not to let the coronavirus stop them from tying the knot.

 
 
 
Sunday will sunny, warm, but still breezy

SUNDAY WILL SUNNY, WARM, BUT STILL BREEZY

Temperatures will top out in the mid-60s.

Kansas City police say missing 10-year-old girl found safe

KANSAS CITY POLICE SAY MISSING 10-YEAR-OLD GIRL FOUND SAFE

Nayina Muhammad was last seen Saturday at 8 a.m.

 
 
 
Kansas City police ask for help in finding 10-year-old girl

KANSAS CITY POLICE ASK FOR HELP IN FINDING 10-YEAR-OLD GIRL

Nayina Muhammad was last seen Saturday at 8 a.m.

How to get rid of a migraine

HOW TO GET RID OF A MIGRAINE

Plus, how to prevent a migraine from taking you down in the future.

 
 
 
Missouri announces accelerated COVID-19 testing for first responders, health care workers

MISSOURI ANNOUNCES ACCELERATED COVID-19 TESTING FOR FIRST RESPONDERS, HEALTH CARE WORKERS

State health officials say test results could come within 24 hours after being submitted

Mystery diner leaves $10,000 tip at Florida restaurant

MYSTERY DINER LEAVES $10,000 TIP AT FLORIDA RESTAURANT

The man's generosity meant 20 staffers at the restaurant each got an extra $500 just before they were laid off.

 
 
 
Merriam business creates face shields for health care workers

MERRIAM BUSINESS CREATES FACE SHIELDS FOR HEALTH CARE WORKERS

Dimensional Innovations in Merriam, Kansas, is helping to create face shields for health care workers.

Scattered storms possible late Friday, early Saturday

SCATTERED STORMS POSSIBLE LATE FRIDAY, EARLY SATURDAY

Scattered thunderstorms are expected late Friday and early Saturday.

 
 
 

BIKE SHOPS BUSY AS PEOPLE LOOK FOR WAYS TO EXERCISE DURING OUTBREAK

Bike America says it's sold twice as many bikes as it normally does.

Sheraton hotel at Crown Center temporarily closes

SHERATON HOTEL AT CROWN CENTER TEMPORARILY CLOSES

Hotel makes announcement on Facebook

 
 
 
Lawrence police officer tests positive for COVID-19

LAWRENCE POLICE OFFICER TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19

Officer first experienced symptoms late Tuesday

Severe storms possible late Friday

SEVERE STORMS POSSIBLE LATE FRIDAY

Large hail, damaging winds are the main threats, but a possible tornado cannot be ruled out.

 
 
 
Decrease in child abuse reporting concerns advocates

DECREASE IN CHILD ABUSE REPORTING CONCERNS ADVOCATES

Child abuse reports have dropped by 50% in both Kansas and Missouri since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Counties disagree if Bass Pro can stay open amid coronavirus pandemic

COUNTIES DISAGREE IF BASS PRO CAN STAY OPEN AMID CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Bass Pro Shops has kept both locations open because it believes the public has the right to access guns and ammunition during an emergency.

 
 
 



Fauci Projects 'Millions of Cases' in US, 100K Deaths

Fauci Projects 'Millions of Cases' in US, 100K Deaths

The US could have 100,000 to 200,000 deaths before the COVID-19 pandemic is through, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday. Although the projections could change, the infectious... Read more ...

Treasury Secretary says Americans can expect stimulus checks to be direct...

Treasury Secretary says Americans can expect stimulus checks to be direct deposited within 3 weeks

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday that Americans could expect checks from the historic $2 trillion stimulus bill to be direct deposited in their accounts within... Read more ...

Country music star Joe Diffie dies at 61 of coronavirus complications

Country music star Joe Diffie dies at 61 of coronavirus complications

Grammy-winning country music legend Joe Diffie is dead at 61 from complications of coronavirus. Read more ...

Fauci says coronavirus deaths in US could top 100,000

Fauci says coronavirus deaths in US could top 100,000

The U.S. government's foremost infection disease expert says the U.S. could have more than 100,000 deaths and millions of infections from the coronavirus pandemic. Read more ...

Trump says US will not pay for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's security

Trump says US will not pay for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's security

The couple recently jetted to California from Canada amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read more ...

4 additional coronavirus deaths reported, 698 new cases identified in...

4 additional coronavirus deaths reported, 698 new cases identified in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has released updated COVID-19 numbers for the state. Read more ...

Gov. DeWine calls on Trump to urge FDA to approve sterilization of masks in Ohio

Gov. DeWine calls on Trump to urge FDA to approve sterilization of masks in Ohio

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is urging the Food and Drug Administration to fully approve the sterilization of masks in Ohio for healthcare workers and first responders amid the... Read more ...

New York State coronavirus cases hit nearly 60,000, death toll reaches 1,000

New York State coronavirus cases hit nearly 60,000, death toll reaches 1,000

Nearly 60,000 coronavirus cases and 1,000 deaths have now been documented across New York State, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday, as he extended the closure of non-essential... Read more ...

CA State Parks close vehicle access to all 280 sites as visitation surges

CA State Parks close vehicle access to all 280 sites as visitation surges

Officials with California State Parks announced Sunday they would be closing vehicle access to all 280 sites due to a surge of visitations amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Read more ...

Fauci says US could see up to 200,000 coronavirus deaths, millions infected

Fauci says US could see up to 200,000 coronavirus deaths, millions infected

Dr. Anthony Fauci, an infectious disease expert on the White House task force, offered a dire prediction on Sunday - saying that the coronavirus pandemic could infect more than... Read more ...