Sandy Dubroc, 52, has lived through a lot, including a lost career and a divorce. “Getting this job,” she says, “I can reach a lot of people. Put smiles are on their faces.” Of the line’s 16 operators, Dubroc is one of three women guiding cars.
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A St. Louis grand jury on Feb. 22 indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens with a felony charge of invasion of privacy. The charge stems from a 2015 affair and allegations that Greitens took a partially nude photograph of the woman and threatened to release it if she ever spoke about the affair in public.
Transportation Security Administration officials announced on Friday that KCI has rolled out enhanced security checkpoint measures. The new enhanced electronics screening requires passengers to display all electronic devices larger than a cell phone. Electronics including tablets, laptops, Kindles, and all other electronics now have to be removed from bags and placed in bins for screening by TSA.
Meet Ruger, the newest member of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC). He is the first and only electronic-detection K9 in the state of Ohio and one of less than two dozen in the entire U.S. Ruger can detect the chemical smell of small electronics that humans cannot, which is a ‘game-changer’ in the fight to stop child exploitation and child pornography.
After working the overnight shift at Mission Veterinary Emergency & Specialty in Mission, Kyle Trowbridge of Lenexa spent about several minutes scraping a thick coat of ice from his car windows before heading home. The second round of icy weather to hit the Kansas City metro area this week was less severe than expected.
Kansas made a number of changes since 2015 meant to make the Medicaid eligibility process more efficient. Advocates for the elderly say the state instead set up a maze that seniors are getting lost in.