City voters have traditionally supported firefighters, but critics worry the city's tax burden is already too high, especially for low-income residents amid the economic downturn caused by COVID-19.
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The head of Missouri's health department says informing communities about the early cases wouldn't have affected policy decisions.
'It's A Nightmare' — Police And Community Leaders Puzzled By Spike In Homicides In South Kansas CityThe South Patrol Division of the Kansas City Police Department has recorded 11 homicides so far this year, when there were 0 this time last year.
At Least 8 Lawsuits Are Now Pending Against Kansas City, Kansas, Rehab Facility Over COVID-19 DeathsThe 36 deaths at Riverbend account for half the COVID-19-related deaths in Wyandotte County.
An estimated 200,000 people could receive coverage if the program was expanded.
A major air ambulance company that commonly charges tens of thousands of dollars now says it never intended to make a Pittsburg family pay so much.
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