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Scammers ready to pounce on your relief checks, AG warns [Video]

Scammers ready to pounce on your relief checks, AG warns

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says his office is seeing more complaints about con artists trying to scam people out of their federal relief checks.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:26Published
12:30 covid hit [Video]

12:30 covid hit

12:30 covid hit

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:58Published
41 Action News Latest Headlines | March 31, 12pm [Video]

41 Action News Latest Headlines | March 31, 12pm

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Local food pantry helping families in need [Video]

Local food pantry helping families in need

Organizers with the Church of the Resurrection in Overland Park are working to get food to families in need. For more information, visit http://cor.org/coronacare.

Credit: 41 Action News     Duration: 00:30Published
J. Rieger & Co. supplying hospitals with hand sanitizer [Video]

J. Rieger & Co. supplying hospitals with hand sanitizer

With hundreds of requests each day, J. Rieger & Co. say the distillery has made more than 10,000 gallons of hand sanitizer in 10 days.

Credit: 41 Action News     Duration: 02:50Published
Get Caught up: March 31 [Video]

Get Caught up: March 31

Just starting your day? We’ve got you covered with a quick look at what you need to know.

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NKC schools adjust to new learning process [Video]

NKC schools adjust to new learning process

School districts are getting used to virtual learning.

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Business owners worried about health of employees [Video]

Business owners worried about health of employees

Businesses still open and considered essential are most concerned about the health of their employees.

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COVID-19 8 a.m. block [Video]

COVID-19 8 a.m. block

COVID-19 8 a.m. block

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41 Action News Latest Headlines | March 31, 7am [Video]

41 Action News Latest Headlines | March 31, 7am

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Is it safe to order takeout during COVID-19? [Video]

Is it safe to order takeout during COVID-19?

Dr. Dana Hawkinson answers questions about gathering groceries and ordering takeout during a time where germs are spread easily.

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Police Investigating two vehicle fires (3-30-20) [Video]

Police Investigating two vehicle fires (3-30-20)

Police Investigating two vehicle fires (3-30-20)

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Fourth St. Joe Case (3-30-20) [Video]

Fourth St. Joe Case (3-30-20)

Fourth St. Joe Case (3-30-20)

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YMCA offers child care for health care employees, essential workers [Video]

YMCA offers child care for health care employees, essential workers

YMCA offers child care for health care, essential workers

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41 Action News Latest Headlines | March 30, 10pm [Video]

41 Action News Latest Headlines | March 30, 10pm

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More than 200 businesses warned about staying open [Video]

More than 200 businesses warned about staying open

Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas said Monday his stay-at-home emergency order could last longer than the initial 30 days. Lucas also warned businesses that the city is receiving complaints..

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KC nurse travels to NYC to help as cases rise [Video]

KC nurse travels to NYC to help as cases rise

A Kansas City, Missouri, nurse will travel to New York City to help treat COVID-19 patients.

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Red Cross says need urgent for blood donations [Video]

Red Cross says need urgent for blood donations

"It's vital that we get people to come out and give blood," said Angie Springs, of the American Red Cross

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:19Published
KCPD cracking down on speeders as wrecks increase [Video]

KCPD cracking down on speeders as wrecks increase

The Kansas City Police Department says that just because there are fewer cars on the roads does not give motorists a green light to drive at high speeds.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:07Published
Top doctor at KU Health System says son may have COVID-19 [Video]

Top doctor at KU Health System says son may have COVID-19

"You know, I don't know how to make this more real for people," said Dr. Steven Stites, chief medical officer at the University of Kansas Health System.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 00:53Published
41 Action News Latest Headlines | March 30, 8pm [Video]

41 Action News Latest Headlines | March 30, 8pm

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KCK pizza shop owner donates meals to those who need them [Video]

KCK pizza shop owner donates meals to those who need them

The owner of Wilson's Pizza in Kansas City, Kansas, is donating meals to those who cannot afford to pay.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:32Published
Union Station launches 'Kansas City Strong' T-shirt fundraising campaign [Video]

Union Station launches 'Kansas City Strong' T-shirt fundraising campaign

Union Station has taken a revenue hit during the COVID-19 crisis. It has launched a campaign to raise money and unite Kansas Citians at the same time.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:06Published
Missouri church makes face masks for health care workers [Video]

Missouri church makes face masks for health care workers

Seamstresses at Fellowship Church in Greenwood and Raymore are part of a national movement of people making face masks for health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis.

Credit: 41 Action News     Duration: 03:18Published
FosterAdopt Connect turns food pantry into delivery service [Video]

FosterAdopt Connect turns food pantry into delivery service

FosterAdopt Connect, which supports Kansas City-area foster and adoptive children and the families caring for them, is continuing to serve foster families despite having to close its food pantry.

Credit: 41 Action News     Duration: 02:02Published

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With the coronavirus pandemic generating plenty of bad news, we thought it might be encouraging to share examples of how Kansas City-area businesses are stepping up to help others in need. The Kansas..
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DFA submits winning bid to buy assets of the nation's largest milk processor

Dean Foods Co. said Tuesday that locally based Dairy Farmers of America had the top bid to buy the bulk of its assets. The Bankruptcy Court still must approve the $433 million bid from DFA, based in..
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Coronavirus developments: Missouri tops 1,000 cases | 'Uncharted waters' | Bass Pro closing

Missouri's confirmed coronavirus cases topped 1,000 as Kansas City entered its second week of a stay-at-home order. On Monday, Kansas had 368 confirmed cases with eight deaths. Johnson County had 116..
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Lucas cracks down on businesses, individuals flouting stay-at-home order

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas said Monday that 200 businesses had violated the city's stay-at-home order, which requires all but essential workers to stay home to stem the spread of the coronavirus...
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Global ad agency hires former Hallmark, Cerner exec

Kansas City's biggest #advertising agency, VMLY&R, has hired a former Hallmark Cards Inc. leader as director of employee experience.  In her new role, Rashel Hughley will lead human resources and..
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Mahomes, Hill trash-talk Call of Duty League player

Two Kansas City Chiefs might have signed themselves up for a showdown with an esports pro.
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What’s New on DVD in March: ‘Uncut Gems,’ ‘April Fool’s Day,’ ‘The Affair’ and More

Is your at-home streaming slowing down now that everyone else in your neighborhood is also at home, streaming? May we suggest good old, reliable physical media? *New Indie* We need to stop acting..
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Poll: One In 20 Households Bought A Gun In Response To COVID-19

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The week in bankruptcies: Byrdland Properties LLC and JetPro International LLC

Kansas City-area bankruptcy courts recorded two business filings during the week that ended March 20. Year to date through March 20, the courts recorded 14 Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 business bankruptcy..
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Mycroft AI fires back in 'patent troll' case

Kansas City-based Mycroft AI filed a motion to dismiss a patent infringement suit against it and plans to take legal action to invalidate the plaintiff's patents. Mycroft developed versatile, open..
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Coronavirus developments: Hotels could house patients | restaurants switch gears

Both sides of the Kansas City metro surpassed 100 confirmed cases of the coronavirus over the weekend. On Sunday, Kansas reported a total of 319 confirmed cases, with 101 in Johnson County and 55 in..
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Black & Veatch, LaunchKC ramp up COVID-19 business accelerator

Kansas City’s newest business accelerator is aimed at finding and building up companies that can help with the coronavirus crisis. The Black & Veatch IgnitedX COVID-19 Response Accelerator is a..
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Amply Media Ranks Number Six on Inc. Magazine’s First-Ever List of Midwest’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Inc. magazine today revealed that Amply Media is number six on its inaugural Inc. 5000 Series: Midwest list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing..
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Chiefs bring back wide receiver Robinson on 1-year deal

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs and wide receiver Demarcus Robinson have agreed to terms on a one-year deal that helps the reigning Super Bowl champions keep their top four receivers under..
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Game cancellations would hit Royals, MLB with millions in losses

This week, opening day came and went for Major League Baseball with no games played due to the coronavirus pandemic. With no end to the postponement in sight, the league and its teams are certain to..
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Former Derby striker Johnny Russell sends UEFA fixture plea

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The former Rams favourite is now plying his trade in MLS for Sporting Kansas City
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Coronavirus: Scotland's Johnny Russell hopes Uefa will not rush Euro 2020 qualifiers so players can be at 'full pelt'

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NFL notebook: WR Robinson to re-sign with Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson is signing a one-year contract to remain with the team, multiple media outlets reported Saturday.
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Kiszla: Messy football divorces of Melvin Gordon and Chris Harris Jr. bring back the spite Broncos-Chargers rivalry so desperately needs

Broncos Country's animosity toward the Chargers has long paled in comparison to Raiders Week or the green-with-envy relationship between Denver and Kansas City. But Chris Harris Jr. and Melvin Gordon..
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USCCB Liturgy Chair: No Cell Phones For Confession, No Delegation Of Sacramental Anointing

By JD Flynn The chair of the U.S. bishops’ committee on liturgy wrote to U.S. bishops Friday, to clarify issues related to the sacraments of penance and anointing of the sick which have arisen..
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UNLOCKED: Here are the 2020 Champions of Business

Two weeks ago, the Kansas City Business Journal announced this year's 16 Champions of Business. Now, the article is unlocked so everyone can see the honorees. Champions of Business honors metro area..
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Lions agree to a contract with linebacker Reggie Ragland

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Businesses offer help for dealing with the coronavirus crisis

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Ford plans to reopen KC plant in mid-April

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Raiders agree to deal with free agent DT Daniel Ross

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Winstead’s: Here are the bankrupt restaurant’s biggest creditors

Less than two years ago, the president of Haddad Restaurant Group Inc. detailed plans to double the number of the Kansas City company’s Winstead’s locations. Those plans never came to fruition. ..
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