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Tuesday was the first day for the metro under the stay home order. Essential businesses remain open and people can go to grocery stores or pharmacies, but other companies have shut down, even some that are allowed to remain open.
This Valentine’s Day temperatures are expected to warm close to 30 degrees. That doesn’t sound very warm if we were talking about San Diego, but this is Kansas City and we’re doing pretty well!
We can expect a slightly lighter snow season, but StormTrack5 Meteorologist Gary Amble is fully expecting more snow than we've seen over the last two years.
A Boil Water Advisory was issued for Buckner, Levasy, and Sibley.
It was back in July when a new law went into effect allowing concealed guns on college campuses in Kansas. It was controversial before it went into effect, and it still is.
A crash involving a motorcycle and another vehicle temporarily closed a section of Interstate 435 at 48th Street Wednesday afternoon.