Monday, July 15, 2019

Kansas City Climate Change Hotness



Another glimpse at classic Marisa hotness amid this divisive pop culture Summer . . .

Vox: You’ve heard of lab-grown meat. Now there’s lab-grown ice cream.

Live Science: Greenland’s Superfast ‘Ice Slides’ Could Be Bad News for Climate Change

Big Think: Climate change - A slow-burn existential threat

Closer to home, here's news hotness tonight . . .

Kansas City Burning Alive!!!

Excessive heat watch issued for Wednesday through Saturday with 110-degree heat index in forecast

DUGOUT. KELLY: FIRST ALERT WEATHER. IT WAS 89 TODAY. -- 84 DEGREES TODAY. LET'S GET TO METEOROLOGIST NEVILLE MILLER - WHO'S IN FOR BRYAN. NEVILLE: TODAY WILL BE THE COOLEST DAY OF THE WEEK. THAT IS DUE TO THE CLOUDS WE HAVE OVERHEAD. NOW WE ARE DOWN TO 83 DEGREES.


Real Local Foodie Debate

NBL Associates files protest against Kansas City's USDA bid - Kansas City Business Journal

A protest caused the General Services Administration to extend the bidding period for landlords seeking to house two U.S. Department of Agriculture units.


Summer Road Caution Redux

Serious injuries reported rollover crash at 79th, Oldham Road, police say

Kansas City police are investigating a rollover crash Monday afternoon at 79th Street and Oldham Road.Authorities said three people suffered serious injuries in the wreck that was reported about 4:30 p.m.Police have not released any other details. Refresh this page for updates. Kansas City police are investigating a rollover crash Monday afternoon at 79th Street and Oldham Road.


Old School Seating Sale

Jackson County's plan to sell Arrowhead seats moves forward

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Chiefs fans are one step closer to taking home a piece of history. The Jackson County Legislature on Monday approved a contract with St. Louis-based Schneider Industries to repurpose and sell old Arrowhead Stadium seats.


Sbow-Me Driver Price Spike

The cost of getting a driver's license in Missouri is about to jump

JEFFERSON CITY - Beginning next month, Missouri motorists may experience some sticker shock when they renew their driver's licenses and license plates. The fee those offices can charge for handling an annual registration will increase from $3.50 to $6 while the fee for a biennial registration will go from $7 to $12.


Kansas Dirt Farmer Winning

These Programs Will Pay Kansas Farmers For Crops They Won't Harvest

GARDEN CITY - Three years ago, rancher and farmer Jay Young got intrigued by a YouTube video. A North Dakota farmer championed the idea of cover crops - plants that would be considered weeds in many other contexts - as robust plants for his cattle to graze on.


Home Team Safety Net Deets

Change coming to Kauffman Stadium after foul ball injury

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - In May, during a Cubs and Astros game, a foul ball hit a 2-year-old girl in the head causing the batter, Albert Almora Junior, to break down in tears. Some players called for heightened safety right after the accident. "I mean, let's just put fences up around the whole field.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Still like to know which Republican's niece got a fat fee for designing the abortion we're having to put on our cars.

THIS IS OUR STATE'S DAMN BICENTENNIAL JEFFERSON CITY!
IS THIS THE BEST THING YOU BUTTHEADS COULD COME UP WITH?