RT @UMKCSOE: Through a grant from the Walton Foundation, @kcur will hire two Education Fellows to serve as part of a greater COVID-reportin… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1343951310522097671
RT @nprgreene: Ready when you are @rachelnpr! https://t.co/HPWwbV67yp source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1343951136940847107
RT @rachelnpr: My friend @nprgreene is signing off today. I’m popping back into the show to see him off. And yes, he and I might be shari… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1343951127444914177
RT @nprgreene: Can’t believe the day is here.
One final show.
Let’s do this.
@MorningEdition & @UpFirst listeners, it has truly been… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1343951097048817664
The confluence of the pandemic, economic uncertainty and the holidays is testing Kansas City food banks. https://www.kcur.org/news/2020-12-26/with-need-surging-kansas-city-food-banks-are-feeding-people-and-hope source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1343569091068624896
RT @KCURMichael: Hi there, @kcur and KC folks! This Monday morning is starting with a few clouds and the promise of a little sunshine later… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1343568401978060801
Rural counties in Missouri are becoming the newest #COVID19 hot spots, but @AlexSmithKCUR reports that many of these places still lack all the tools needed to fight the virus. https://www.kcur.org/health/2020-08-12/coronavirus-surges-hit-missouris-rural-counties-but-experts-say-they-still-arent-ready source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293591073147641857
RT @KCURMichael: To those of you in the Twitterverse who are looking for something different in the world of employment, here are two new j… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293584926730858497
Kansas City community leaders hope a new effort between @kcpolice and local faith leaders will reduce violent crime in a matter of months. https://www.kcur.org/2020-08-11/kansas-city-police-and-local-faith-leaders-launch-partnership-to-address-violence source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293571695719186434
All 41 of the Kansas City area school districts that @annekniggendorf checked with will require students to wear masks and roughly 30% of districts will begin the year with completely remote learning. https://www.kcur.org/education/2020-08-11/heres-how-41-school-districts-in-kansas-and-missouri-plan-to-start-the-school-year source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293553324499689475
RT @KCURUpToDate: Should statues of Andrew Jackson be removed from Jackson County courthouses? Who should decide? 816-235-2888.
We're live… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293550117920940033
RT @KCURUpToDate: At 9am on @kcur:
→ We'll talk Andrew Jackson statues and federal money w/ @TGalvinJC6 and @JalenAAnderson
→ @CAWP_RU's @… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293547232063631364
RT @peggyllowe: That's right: @kcur's @annekniggendorf checked with 41 -- 41!! -- school districts for this. #KansasCity https://t.co/0h3gg… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293540688521502721
RT @Amplified2020: Hey, we know @andreatudhope!
Follow this thread from @ellemoxley of @KCUR. Topic is student #mentalhealth. https://t.co/… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293379265967333376
RT @ellemoxley: Good evening, ed fam! I've taken a couple of days to relax and recharge, but I'll be livetweeting an important @AmPublicSqu… source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293379249760620544
NEW: Wesley Ira Purkey's lawyers say the government deliberately withheld medical records showing that he was incompetent to be executed before rushing ahead with the execution last month. https://www.kcur.org/news/2020-08-11/government-withheld-medical-records-in-rush-to-execute-kansas-murderer-wesley-purkey-lawyers-say source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293297427970228231
Researchers around the world are exposing items to a particular kind of ultraviolet light to kill the coronavirus. But nothing is without risks.
Listen on @KCURUpToDate, wherever you get your podcasts. https://www.kcur.org/podcast/up-to-date/2020-08-10/how-a-special-kind-of-ultraviolet-light-helps-fight-the-coronavirus source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293270963925073920
Cyndy Ash is one of the many small farmers that don't feel like they're getting the right help from the federal government. @DanaHCronin tells her story for @HarvestPM. https://www.kcur.org/news/2020-08-10/help-from-uncle-sam-isnt-reaching-all-farmers-in-the-midwest source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293250831513313281
Kansas City restaurant owners are simultaneously dealing with employees testing positive for #COVID19 and less business than usual. How many restaurants will be able to survive? @KCURUpToDate recently asked two how they were doing. https://www.kcur.org/podcast/up-to-date/2020-08-10/kansas-city-restaurants-that-have-reopened-are-still-struggling-for-survive source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293223149773844480
Kansas teachers who decide to quit right before the upcoming school year will likely be on the hook for about $2,000. @ksnewsservice https://www.kcur.org/news/2020-08-11/kansas-teachers-could-owe-their-schools-thousands-if-they-quit-over-coronavirus-concerns source: https://twitter.com/kcur/status/1293201003114909696