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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 about businesses not complying with his order to..

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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.

Credit: 41 Action News     Duration: 02:25Published
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
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
KC pediatric office adjusts office visits to keep kids safe [Video]

KC pediatric office adjusts office visits to keep kids safe

To protect families from COVID-19, a Kansas City pediatrician's office is changing the way it does visits.

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Hope Faith Ministries helping homeless during pandemic [Video]

Hope Faith Ministries helping homeless during pandemic

Hope Faith Ministries is helping the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic with health checks and food.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:11Published
Temps above average Tuesday [Video]

Temps above average Tuesday

There is about a 40% chance of rain Monday night and early Tuesday for areas mainly in the southern portion of the Kansas City metro. Temperatures will climb to 64 degrees for a high Tuesday.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 00:55Published
KC mayor promises crackdown on those not complying with social distancing [Video]

KC mayor promises crackdown on those not complying with social distancing

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas promised a crackdown on gatherings of more than 10 people as the battle against the coronavirus continues.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:23Published
Kansas, Missouri have limited number of testing kits [Video]

Kansas, Missouri have limited number of testing kits

Amid the push to get more COVID-19 testing in Johnson County, and after a lengthy question-and-answer session, the Johnson County Board of Commissioners approved up to $400,000 on Monday for additional testing in the county.

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Some restaurants survive on to-go business [Video]

Some restaurants survive on to-go business

Some restaurants are surviving on to-go business as stay-at-home orders remain in place.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:08Published
KMBC Classroom: Nick Bender explains how tornadoes are formed, answers your questions [Video]

KMBC Classroom: Nick Bender explains how tornadoes are formed, answers your questions

KMBC Classroom: Nick Bender explains how tornadoes are formed, answers your questions

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 41:31Published
Get Caught up: March 30 [Video]

Get Caught up: March 30

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

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Plenty of sun ahead for Sunday, Monday [Video]

Plenty of sun ahead for Sunday, Monday

Plenty of sun ahead for Sunday, Monday

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 03:01Published
Sunday will sunny, warm, but still breezy [Video]

Sunday will sunny, warm, but still breezy

Temperatures will start off in the mid-40s with sunny skies. Temperatures will top out in the mid-60s. It will still be breezy.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:23Published
3 Kansas City hotels close [Video]

3 Kansas City hotels close

Three Kansas City, Missouri hotels have closed after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 00:29Published
More sunshine, but windy Saturday [Video]

More sunshine, but windy Saturday

There is a high wind advisory for Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Winds could gust up to 45 mph. Look for a high in the low 70s.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 00:54Published
Scattered storms possible late Friday, early Saturday [Video]

Scattered storms possible late Friday, early Saturday

Scattered thunderstorms are expected late Friday and early Saturday. Some of the storms could be severe. Main threats will be hail and damaging winds.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 02:14Published
Some hospitals limiting patient visitors because of coronavirus [Video]

Some hospitals limiting patient visitors because of coronavirus

The threat of COVID-19 affects far more than those sickened by the disease. Patients getting treatment for other reasons and pregnant woman are limited on the number of visitors allowed in hospitals.

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Sheraton hotel at Crown Center temporarily closes [Video]

Sheraton hotel at Crown Center temporarily closes

The Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center announced Friday that it was temporarily closing. No reason was given.

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Kansas Citians share positive messages during COVID-19 outbreak [Video]

Kansas Citians share positive messages during COVID-19 outbreak

All over Kansas City, people are sharing encouraging messages to help get through the coronavirus crisis.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:01Published
Churches seeing drop in donations as services move online [Video]

Churches seeing drop in donations as services move online

Empty pews has meant fewer donations to churches as services move online during the coronavirus outbreak.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:10Published
Gov. Parson mobilizes National Guard to help with COVID-19 crisis [Video]

Gov. Parson mobilizes National Guard to help with COVID-19 crisis

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced Friday that he has mobilized the National Guard to help with the COVID-19 crisis.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 00:41Published
Kansas, Missouri see increase in price gouging complaints [Video]

Kansas, Missouri see increase in price gouging complaints

Both Kansas and Missouri are reporting increases in price gouging complaints.

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Cross-Lines pantry in KCK plays vital role feeding families [Video]

Cross-Lines pantry in KCK plays vital role feeding families

Pantries across the Kansas City area couldn't have predicted the vital role they'd play in feeding families right now amid the economic downturn brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak. But it's evident with every vehicle that pulls up to Cross-Lines..

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Severe storms possible late Friday [Video]

Severe storms possible late Friday

Severe weather is possible with storms that develop late Friday night and early Saturday. Large hail, damaging winds are the main threats, but a possible tornado cannot be ruled out.

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Grocery stores trying to keep up with demand [Video]

Grocery stores trying to keep up with demand

Grocery stores say they're doing the best they can to keep up with the demand for items.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:11Published
8 a.m. covid-19 block [Video]

8 a.m. covid-19 block

8 a.m. covid-19 block

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Missouri COVID Cases Top 500 (3-26-20) [Video]

Missouri COVID Cases Top 500 (3-26-20)

Missouri COVID Cases Top 500 (3-26-20)

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FBI domestic terrorism suspect frequented neo-Nazi chatrooms [Video]

FBI domestic terrorism suspect frequented neo-Nazi chatrooms

A man the FBI shot and killed Tuesday in Belton while serving a warrant to stop a terrorism plot has frequented neo-Nazi chatrooms.

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KCFD firefighter tests positive for COVID-19 [Video]

KCFD firefighter tests positive for COVID-19

KCFD firefighter tests positive for COVID-19

Credit: 41 Action News     Duration: 01:41Published
Stormy weather Thursday night into Friday [Video]

Stormy weather Thursday night into Friday

Stormy weather will develop Thursday night and into early Friday. Another round of storms, potentially severe, is expected Friday evening. Wind and hail are the main threats.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:29Published
University of Missouri student teachers trying to stay on track for graduation [Video]

University of Missouri student teachers trying to stay on track for graduation

University of Missouri student teachers trying to stay on track for graduation

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Beloved Mexican restaurant in Claycomo may close for good amid COVID-19 pandemic [Video]

Beloved Mexican restaurant in Claycomo may close for good amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Barrera family has owned and operated El Sombrero in Claycomo for 56 years, but the family doesn't know if they’ll ever reopen after Saturday amid the COVID-19 shutdown.

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COVID-19 forces KC family to cancel World War II vet's funeral celebration [Video]

COVID-19 forces KC family to cancel World War II vet's funeral celebration

The family of Earnest Rankin Jr., a 99-year-old World War II veteran, had to cancel his funeral because of stay-at-home orders related to COVID-19, canceling plans for a grand celebration of his life.

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KC area playgrounds still busy during stay-at-home order [Video]

KC area playgrounds still busy during stay-at-home order

If you’re planning a trip to the public playground over the next few weeks in the Kansas City metro area, public officials have a warning for you: Stay away.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:27Published
First round of storms to move in late Thursday [Video]

First round of storms to move in late Thursday

The first of two rounds of storms is expected to move in late Thursday into Friday morning. There will be a lot of dry time during the day Friday before the next round of storms moves in late in the evening. Damaging winds and hail are the main..

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:56Published
Doctor: Drug used to treat his parents with COVID-19 shows promise, not miracle cure [Video]

Doctor: Drug used to treat his parents with COVID-19 shows promise, not miracle cure

A doctor is talking about how his parents are both fighting the coronavirus, with the help of a drug showing promise to treat COVID-19 patients. However, he warns the drug is not a miracle cure.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:15Published
Unemployment claims skyrocket because of COVID-19 outbreak [Video]

Unemployment claims skyrocket because of COVID-19 outbreak

Unemployment claims in Kansas and Missouri have skyrocketed because of the COVID-19 outbreak and stay-at-home orders.

Credit: KMBC     Duration: 01:08Published
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