CLAY COUNTY — After nearly three months, Operation Safe, the Northland’s mass COVID-19 vaccination site at Cerner’s North Kansas City-based world headquarters, has ended. The site, which began in February and ended Thursday, May 6, administered nearly 100,000 vaccinations in 32 clinics.
GLADSTONE — An Amber Alert was activated at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday, May 5, after a 2-year-old was allegedly abducted by the child’s father after an altercation with the child’s mother.
St. Luke’s is now offering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to the public regardless of if they are a St. Luke’s patient. All Kansas and Missouri residents age 16 and up are eligible.
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas announced this week the Department of Homeland Security extended the REAL ID full enforcement date by 19 months, from Oct. 1, 2021 to May 3, 2023, due to circumstances resulting from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Legislation is now on its way to the governor that would provide additional financial assistance to Missouri families who provide stable homes to children in need. The House this week gave final approval to House Bills 429 and 430. Both bills received strong support in the Senate before coming back to the House to receive bipartisan approval.
The Supreme Court of Missouri launched an interactive website, months in development, celebrating the 200th anniversary of The Missouri Judiciary. Available at courts.mo.gov/bicentennial/, the website chronicles events across five stages in the growth of the state’s court system, from presta…
The Association of American Educators, a national, nonunion, professional association serving educators in all 50 states, is celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week Monday through Friday, May 3 to 7.
Students at Maplewood Elementary School were excited to participate in the groundbreaking for a new school Wednesday, April 7, at 6400 NE 52nd St. in Kansas City. This is the second groundbreaking this year for a new school in the growing North Kansas City Schools district.