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Almost all aid entering Gaza through new pier is being stolen

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Almost all of the aid delivered by a new U.S.-built pier in Gaza was stolen by Hamas and other groups before it reached the U.N. central warehouse. The report by Reuters backs ...

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Israel apologizes for aid worker deaths

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The head of the Israel Defense Forces on Tuesday night issued an official apology for the accidental deaths of seven World Central Kitchen (WCK) aid workers in the Gaza Strip on Monday. ...

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How Lent created McDonald’s fish sandwich

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Necessity is the mother of invention, even when it comes to the fish sandwich. Lou Groen, who owned McDonald’s franchises in the Cincinnati area, realized in 1962 that burger sales plummeted on ...

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CBS Sports loves Z-Man Sandwich at Joe’s Kansas City for Super Bowl

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For many fans, Super Bowl Sunday is as much about food as it is about football. CBS Sports, which will broadcast the game between Kansas City and San Francisco, offered its culinary ...

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Hatred, racism didn’t deter George Washington Carver

Few know George Washington Carver, the humble pioneering researcher and Christian, grew up in Missouri and Kansas. We celebrate him during Black History Month. Human need is really a great spiritual vacuum ...

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Israel imports more food as farmers struggle

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Israeli farmers are predicting a 35% drop in both production and revenue. But those in the country’s southern breadbasket near Gaza are projecting an average 70% loss of produce and 69% loss ...

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Food website ranks most popular Christmas dishes in Missouri, Kansas

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Favorite dishes are as much a part of the Christmas season as trees and packages. Although nearly everyone enjoys turkey and the trimmings, each state also has several popular regional meals. Three ...

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Even Kevin McCallister from “Home Alone” would feel squeezed by current inflation

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In a scene from the 1990 holiday movie “Home Alone,” 8-year-old Kevin McCallister went grocery shopping by himself. He purchased a number of grocery and household items for less than $20. Times ...

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Switching to whole grains a good choice for winter

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When the weather turns cold, people naturally are drawn to comfort foods such as  casseroles, soups, stews and noodle dishes, among others. They often are familiar foods that people may have grown ...

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Walmart, Aldi offering price relief for Thanksgiving, Christmas meals

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Despite persistent inflation, there is a bit of good news for consumers as the holiday season approaches. Walmart and Aldi both announced they will reduce prices for Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. The ...

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Support Israel: Attend KC Jewish Culture Fest on Sunday

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Christians have a good opportunity to support the local Jewish community in the wake of last weekend’s bloody attacks in Israel. The Jewish Culture Fest will be held this Sunday at the ...

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Chick-fil-A continues to dominate list of favorite restaurants

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Chick-fil-A is America’s favorite restaurant for the ninth consecutive year. It again ranked No. 1 in this year’s American Customer Satisfaction Index, which surveys the attitudes of Americans toward major restaurants. Chick-fil-A ...

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Splenda changes DNA, causes ‘leaky gut’: study

A chemical used in popular sweeteners and sugar-free foods can damage human DNA and cause “leaky gut” according to a new study. Splenda is the best-selling sweetener in the United States and ...

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We found the Apostle Paul on a Mediterranean cruise

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Journey with us as we follow the Apostle Paul on a remarkable experience with Celestyal Cruises, tracing the spread of the Gospel to Europe and beyond. Sometimes a sunset can change your ...

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Banning “Sell By” date on food gets wide support

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Most consumers believe “sell by” dates are mandated by the federal government but they’re not for most foods. Now, California may join the effort to ban “sell by” in an effort to ...

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U.S. households added $320 billion in debt last year

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U.S. households continue to struggle, adding $320 billion in debt last year.  It marks the highest level since the 2008 financial crisis which saw millions lose their homes. Households owe a combined ...

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Brand name spices, herbs have toxic levels of heavy metals

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Dangerous levels of toxic heavy metals exist in big brand names of herbs and spices according to four separate lawsuits. One company, McCormick, settled a lawsuit, paying $3 million in damages but ...

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Bill to eliminate taxes on groceries could cost local cities

A bipartisan attempt to eliminate the state sales tax on groceries purchased in grocery stores appears to be stalled in the Missouri Legislature. That’s a relief to some who say the taxes ...

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Metro Voice tours Kansas City’s new airport terminal

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On February 28, Kansas City will unveil its brand new airport terminal, a 1.1 million-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that promises to provide a better experience for travelers. That’s good news for the area’s ...

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Where are they now? Kansas City’s famous restaurants

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From the earliest meals shared in what would become Kansas City, like bison cooked over a buffalo chip fire, the region has a stellar history of culinary delights. From the country clubs, ...

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Economy impairs ministries providing Thanksgiving meals

High inflation and a slow economy are making it harder for local shelters to feed the needy this Thanksgiving. Shelter KC, which will serve nearly 4,000 meals this week, is feeling the ...

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Festival of Lights tells the story of “The Greatest Gift” at Gary’s Berries Christmas celebration

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Christmas is often a time where families come together to celebrate their love for one-another, creating memories by taking family pictures, enjoying traditions like watching Christmas movies or listening to carols…and of ...

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City Union Mission says increased food, housing need at crisis level

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A perfect storm of food costs and winter temperatures poses a looming crisis for City Union Mission. The Christ-centered organization, which provides homeless men, women and children with shelter, clothes, food and ...

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From shoeboxes to war zones: how Samaritan’s Purse became a $1 billion humanitarian aid powerhouse

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Each week, in a hulking warehouse in the small mountain town of N. Wilkesboro, N.C., Samaritan’s Purse employees load semi trailers full of supplies for the people of Ukraine: medicines, food, tarps, ...

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What’s behind America’s pickle craze?

Move over bacon and ranch dressing. A pickle craze is sweeping the nation with dill pickle toppings and seasonings in such high demand that they’re appearing on popcorn, chewing gum, seeds and nuts. ...

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