Today’s top headlines (1/21/2020)

News you need to know before you head out the door

KANSAS CITY, Mo – Police Investigate a shooting that left two dead and 15 injured at a Kansas City bar owned by former Chiefs defensive back Alfonso Hodge. Police say 29-year-old Jahron Swift had several weapons when he open fired on the Nine Ultra Lounge on Sunday night. The shooting happened as people lined up to get inside the bar to celebrate the Chiefs making the Super Bowl. Investigators say a fight broke out after the suspect was denied access to the Nine Ultra Lounge. The suspect reportedly started shooting during the fight.

KANSAS CITY, Mo – Air BNB warns Chiefs fans headed to Miami about potential scams. If you’re looking to book an Air BNB, you should search and find your booking by using search filters to find exactly what you’re looking for. You can also look at reviews to see guest feedback before you rent. You should also contact the host and ask any questions you may have. Finally, always be safe and prepared. Make sure you know where things like emergency exits and first aid kits are located at all times.

PITTSBURG, Kan – Chiefs merchandise is in high demand for fans looking to celebrate their big win Sunday. Jocks Nitch in Pittsburg sent a truck to Kansas City to stock up on Chiefs AFC championship apparel. Once customers caught wind of the new merchandise, fans flocked to grab some gear to support the team before they head to the Super Bowl.

JOPLIN, Mo – Many four staters spent Martin Luther King Junior day making life better for a local hero and his family. Flood and mold issues left the home of Jesse Arnold unsafe. Thanks to Joplin area Habitat for Humanity and some of the volunteers from the Joplin General Mills plant, Jesse, his wife Breanna, and their five kids have a new place to call home. This is the Joplin area Habitat for Humanity’s 167th home since they began as an affiliate in 1989.

 

 

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