As businesses around Kansas reopen and restrictions are lifted, more people are wearing masks when out in public. Black Americans are more likely to get coronavirus and die from it, but recent killings in Minneapolis and Georgia again show why black men are still worried about covering their faces.
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The vote came in a low-key election, overshadowed by concerns over the spread of the coronavirus and ongoing civil rights protests over the asphyxiation death of a black man in Minneapolis police custody.
Once a new constitution is drafted, voters will get the final say on changes to remake government in Clay County.
Missouri Supreme Court Sides With Kansas City Chiefs In Case Involving Arrowhead Stadium RenovationsAt issue was nearly $1 million in taxes in connection with the $375 million renovation, which included fixing up the scoreboard and adding a statue of team founder Lamar Hunt.
More than 49,000 businesses in Kansas were able to secure federal Paycheck Protection Loans during the pandemic, ranging from fast-food restaurants to a space museum.
Nelson-Atkins Museum Director Says Police Presence On Its Grounds ‘Exactly The Opposite Of What We Stand For'Director and CEO of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City says he did not like the Kansas City Police Department using the museum's grounds as a staging area for protest response.
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