Some fake COVID-19 websites could hijack your computer with just a click

SOME FAKE COVID-19 WEBSITES COULD HIJACK YOUR COMPUTER WITH JUST A CLICK

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Johnson County commissioners to decide whether to require face masks

JOHNSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO DECIDE WHETHER TO REQUIRE FACE MASKS

Meeting set for 10 a.m. in Olathe

 
 
 
1 killed in shooting Wednesday near 27th, Chestnut, police say

1 KILLED IN SHOOTING WEDNESDAY NEAR 27TH, CHESTNUT, POLICE SAY

Police called to area at 7:15 p.m. on report of shots fired

3 GOP candidates for US Senate threaten to pull out of final debate

3 GOP CANDIDATES FOR US SENATE THREATEN TO PULL OUT OF FINAL DEBATE

Three of the four major Kansas Republican Senate candidates are threatening to pull out from the final debate in a couple of weeks.

 
 
 
Requiring masks could let some Clay County businesses to open at full occupancy

REQUIRING MASKS COULD LET SOME CLAY COUNTY BUSINESSES TO OPEN AT FULL OCCUPANCY

Extended emergency order goes into effect Sunday

Thursday will be hot, muggy

THURSDAY WILL BE HOT, MUGGY

We could see a bit of fog to start Thursday.

 
 
 
Freedom Hoops selling fireworks to benefit basketball program

FREEDOM HOOPS SELLING FIREWORKS TO BENEFIT BASKETBALL PROGRAM

Organization says fireworks can also be ordered online for curbside pickup

Thousands of OSHA investigations already closed during COVID-19 pandemic

THOUSANDS OF OSHA INVESTIGATIONS ALREADY CLOSED DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Former OSHA employee: 'It's terrifying for workers'

 
 
 
Douglas County health order will close bars,nightclubs starting Friday

DOUGLAS COUNTY HEALTH ORDER WILL CLOSE BARS,NIGHTCLUBS STARTING FRIDAY

Health officials cite recent spike in number of COVID-19 cases

The best dry shampoos that will give your hair new life

THE BEST DRY SHAMPOOS THAT WILL GIVE YOUR HAIR NEW LIFE

More than 300 hours were spent testing to find the best of the best.

 
 
 
Veteran Tulsa officer killed, rookie in critical condition, after suspect shoots both in head

VETERAN TULSA OFFICER KILLED, ROOKIE IN CRITICAL CONDITION, AFTER SUSPECT SHOOTS BOTH IN HEAD

Police officials said an officer who was shot early Monday morning during a traffic stop and altercation in Tulsa has died.

North Kansas City face mask mandate goes into effect Thursday

NORTH KANSAS CITY FACE MASK MANDATE GOES INTO EFFECT THURSDAY

According to city officials, North Kansas City residents and visitors must wear a face covering or mask while indoors in an area of...

 
 
 
KCPD: 1 person has life-threatening injuries after shooting in 4200 block of Pittman Road

KCPD: 1 PERSON HAS LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES AFTER SHOOTING IN 4200 BLOCK OF PITTMAN ROAD

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Despite coronavirus concerns, Kansas State Fair will be held

DESPITE CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS, KANSAS STATE FAIR WILL BE HELD

Despite opposition from the state's top health director, the Kansas State Fair will be held this year.

 
 
 
Royals create way for fans to still be part of home games at Kauffman Stadium

ROYALS CREATE WAY FOR FANS TO STILL BE PART OF HOME GAMES AT KAUFFMAN STADIUM

The Royals said season ticket members can order a hard-plastic cutout of their likeness that will be displayed in a seat at The K during...

KCPD on scene of standoff with armed robbery suspect in 8300 block of Holmes Road

KCPD ON SCENE OF STANDOFF WITH ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT IN 8300 BLOCK OF HOLMES ROAD

Refresh for updates on breaking news.

 
 
 
K-State unveils plan to ‘stop hate, combat racism' on campus

K-STATE UNVEILS PLAN TO ‘STOP HATE, COMBAT RACISM' ON CAMPUS

Kansas State University has created a Student Ombudsperson Office, created a work group and launched an 11-step plan to help address...

Overland Park police officer who fatally shot teen gets $70,000 payout

OVERLAND PARK POLICE OFFICER WHO FATALLY SHOT TEEN GETS $70,000 PAYOUT

The city of Overland Park said in a statement the payout and severance package.

 
 
 
NYC passes budget that cuts $1 billion from NYPD

NYC PASSES BUDGET THAT CUTS $1 BILLION FROM NYPD

New York City lawmakers approved an austere budget early Wednesday that will shift $1 billion from policing to education and social...

Rain moves out, heat returns

RAIN MOVES OUT, HEAT RETURNS

Rain moves out of the metro area Wednesday morning and it's replaced with heat and humidity.

 
 
 



Miami police officer relieved of duty after graphic video involving woman...

Miami police officer relieved of duty after graphic video involving woman surfaces

Graphic video involving police and a woman at the Miami airport quickly prompted rebuke among residents and a top law enforcement official. Read more ...

A 72-year-old woman was gored by a bison at Yellowstone National Park when...

A 72-year-old woman was gored by a bison at Yellowstone National Park when she tried to take a picture

Officials said the woman approached the bison several times before it charged. Read more ...

Police: 24 dead in attack on drug rehab center in Mexico

Police: 24 dead in attack on drug rehab center in Mexico

Gov. Diego Sinhue said drug gangs appear to have been involved. Read more ...

Trump slams House's $1.5T bill as ‘wasteful Green New Deal initiative'

Trump slams House's $1.5T bill as ‘wasteful Green New Deal initiative'

House Democrats on Wednesday passed a $1.5 trillion “green” infrastructure plan that would increase funding to fix US crumbling infrastructure while also adding funding for... Read more ...

Judge deals setback to President Trump policy limiting asylum

Judge deals setback to President Trump policy limiting asylum

A federal judge has knocked down a cornerstone border policy of President Trump's administration regarding asylum in the U.S. Read more ...

1 killed, 4 injured in Indiana while working on professional fireworks display

1 killed, 4 injured in Indiana while working on professional fireworks display

Firefighters said 69-year-old Donald Winters and his friends were preparing for a Fourth of July show for the weekend when something went wrong. Read more ...

Citing racial bias, San Francisco will end mug shots release

Citing racial bias, San Francisco will end mug shots release

San Francisco police say they will stop releasing the mug shots of people who have been arrested unless they pose a threat to the public. Read more ...

Russian voters agree to extend Vladimir Putin's rule to 2036

Russian voters agree to extend Vladimir Putin's rule to 2036

Election officials say a majority of voters have approved amendments to Russia's constitution, allowing President Vladimir Putin to stay in power until 2036. Read more ...

Snakes can glide through the air - and this is how

Snakes can glide through the air - and this is how

For some, the sight of a snake slithering on the ground is scary enough, so how about one launching itself through the air? Read more ...

NYC passes budget that cuts $1 billion from NYPD

NYC passes budget that cuts $1 billion from NYPD

New York City lawmakers approved an austere budget early Wednesday that will shift $1 billion from policing to education and social services in the coming year. Read more ...