There are a lot of questions about the future of education, and school officials in Kansas City are coming up with plans to keep students learning in a safe way.
Theaters have the green light to reopen Friday, but questions still remain if film fans are going to see movies.
A lot of kids have been looking forward to summer camp this year. There will be a lot of changes because of COVID-19, and now new concerns about Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in children.
As the summer approaches, some people are looking for economical ways to upgrade their wardrobe. But, is second-hand shopping safe right now?
It's been a long eight weeks for Kansas City restaurant owners and other non-essential businesses, but while Friday is the day they can finally open back up, things will be a little different.
A group of veterans from a Northland senior living facility are walking a mile a day to raise money for a local charity helping families during the pandemic.
Is it safe for your child to go to summer camp? Are playdates okay for kids? These are just a few questions you can expect to get answered at the Children’s Mercy Hospital virtual town hall.
Some retail stores across the metro have been closed more than 50 days to stop the spread of COVID-19.
A Kansas City business is working to unite people during this pandemic, teaming up with a local band and radio station to use music to promote positivity.