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KCK police chief says department vigilant about terror threat

KCK police chief says department vigilant about terror threat

METRO. ELI: FROM WHERE WE STAND RIGHT HERE, IT IS JUST OVER 4500 MILES TO PARIS. BUT WHEN WE ARE TALKING ABOUT TERROR ATTACKS, NO DISTANCE IS TOO FAR. THE POLICE CHIEF TELLING ME BY SATURDAY MORNING HE HAD A FULL BRIEFING FROM THE LOCAL FBI OFFICE. THE GOOD NEWS

Number of possible norovirus cases climb to 600

NOROVIRUS OUTBREAK? THE ANSWER IS STILL A MYSTERY. A DEEP CLEANING. CREWS SPENDING FRIDAY BLASTING AWAY ANY REMNANTS OF THE NOROVIRUS INSIDE THE NEW THEATRE IN OVERLAND PARK. THIS, AS THE NUMBER OF THOSE HIT WITH THIS OUTBREAK GROWS.>>IT WAS A HECK OF A ROUGH NIGHT. ELI: NANCY GILBERTSON, JOINING

Inspections find disease, mold at area swimming pools

Inspections find disease, mold at area swimming pools

INVESTIGATION IS UNCOVERING AT AREA POOLS. REPORTER: WE DIED RIGHT AND AT THESE LENEXA APARTMENTS, TAGGING ALONG WITH JOHNSON COUNTY’S STEVE VOGELSANG.>>IT COULD LEAD TO OTHER MAINTENANCE ISSUES THAT AREN’T BEING TAKEN CARE OF. HIS INSPECTIONS A VITAL PART OF KEEPING YOU HEALTHY AND SAFE. REPORTER: HALEY THIS IS THE

Hospital offers online tool to help with student headaches

Hospital offers online tool to help with student headaches

YOU AT 6:00, KELLY ECKERMAN — NEW AT 6:00, KELLY ECKERMAN CHOSE AS ITS GETTING INTERNATIONAL ATTENTION. KELLY: THEY LAUNCHED THIS PROGRAM THAT EVERYONE OF US CAN UTILIZE, AND YOU ARE ABOUT TO SEE HOW IT WORKS. 5000 MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE ONLY THE DISTRICT CAME THROUGH

Probe into norovirus outbreak at OP dinner theater expands

Probe into norovirus outbreak at OP dinner theater expands

WERE REPORTED SICK AFTER COMING TO THE SHOW HERE AT THIS RESTAURANT. THE RESTAURANT TELLS ME THEY ARE STILL SELLING TICKETS FOR TONIGHT’S SHOW, IT IS NOT AFFECTING THE ATTENDANCE YET DESPITE THE NUMBERS. WHEN I SPOKE WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH EARLIER, THEY SAID THEY ARE LOOKING INTO REPORTS

Contagious norovirus could spread further

Contagious norovirus could spread further

TALKED TO A SPECIALIST ABOUT HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF. KELLY: THE CAUSE OF THE OUTBREAK AT THE DINNER THEATER RESTAURANT IS STILL UNKNOWN, BUT DOCTORS KNOW A LOT ABOUT THE NOROVIRUS AND HOW IT SPREADS. ONE OUTBREAK AND HAVE FAR-REACHING EFFECTS. THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT IS STILL INVESTIGATING WHAT HAPPENED HERE

KU prepares to implode longtime dorm building

KU prepares to implode longtime dorm building

BANG. HALEY: IT LOOKS LIKE EXPLOSIVES HAVE ALREADY GONE OFF HERE. BUT IT’S ALL PART OF THE PLAN. ALL THAT LOWER GROUND AREA THERE THAT THEY’VE REMOVED. HALEY UNIVERSITY ARCHITECT JIM : MODIG SAYS WEDNESDAY, CREWS WILL IMPLODE MCCOLLUM HALL TODAY’S STUDENTS, HE SAYS, EXPECT MORE UP TO DATE LIVING.

Family reeling after rollover crash kills father, injures 11

Family reeling after rollover crash kills father, injures 11

BRIAN. BRIAN: KRIS, OF THE 12 PEOPLE IN THE VAN ON SATURDAY, ONE REMAINS IN THE HOSPITAL TONIGHT HERE AT OVERLAND PARK REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER. THE FAMILY IS DEALING WITH UNIMAGINABLE GRIEF. THE FATHER BRAD COX WAS THE CENTER OF THIS FAMILY, DID NOT SURVIVE THE CRASH THAT SENT THE

Commission votes against proposed Garmin expansion

Commission votes against proposed Garmin expansion

CENTER. KMBC 9’S ELI ROSENBERG IS LIVE IN OLATHE WITH A LOOK AT WHAT’S AT STAKE. ELI? ELI: I JUST RECEIVED A TEXT FROM INSIDE THE MEETING, THE PLAN COMMISSION VOTED TO NOT APPROVE GARMIN’S PLAN. GARMIN WANTED TO EXPAND AS SAID THEY’D NEEDED TO EXPAND. RESIDENTS SAID IT WOULD