Robert "Cowboy" Culbertson owns American Frontier Production, a set where artists can imagine life on the prairie as it once was.
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Some local elections officials have urged Gov. Mike Parson to authorize no-reason absentee voting in all elections. Like President Donald Trump, Parson said this would lead to voter fraud.
Quality care advocates and some nursing home operators agree the new federal data is confusing and misleading.
Galleries and museums across the metro are starting to reopen after months of closures to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Visitors can expect face masks, limited arrival times, and strict cleaning protocols.
Kansas City Mayor Announces Police Reforms, Pardons Man Who Videotaped Incident That Led To Charges Against OfficersReforms include the use of police body cameras, outside agency review of excessive force incidents, and probable cause statements when officers are involved in shootings.
Gov. Laura Kelly would still be able to unilaterally delay deadlines for things such as filing taxes or renewing drivers licenses, but legislators would need to approve extensions of disaster declarations or new orders.
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