Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Kansas City Midweek News Link Serving

A peek at healthy habits of hotties . . .

Saw1st: Georgia May Foote Cleavage, Out in Manchester

Self: Why 'Just Cook More' Isn't the Universal Solution to Healthy Eating

BizInsder: 23 'facts' you learned about healthy eating and nutrition as a kid that are no longer true

Closer to home, here are more than a few worthwhile news links we're checking right now . . .

Kansas City MAGA Sewn Shut???

Kansas City Yarn Store Owner Bans Pro-Trump Comments At Social Hours

Kansas City knitters and crocheters are not immune to the ugly politics often associated with social media - though this may surprise anyone hanging onto the idea that only sweet old ladies knit. At the end of June, a website called Ravelry banned users who actively voice their support for President Trump.

Serious Crash Today

2 adults, 4 children injured in crash on Cleaver II Blvd.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two adults and four children were injured in a crash Wednesday morning near Cleaver II Boulevard and Elmwood Avenue, according to the Kansas City, Missouri, police. Police said a black Dodge Challenger was going north on Cleaver II Boulevard at a high rate of speed when the driver failed to negotiate a curve.

Courthouse Pushback Cont'd

Jackson County residents rally against appeal deadline

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- KCTV5 News is looking at the possibility of tens of thousands of homeowners who may still appeal their property assessment. But the deadline is next week and that's just not going to be enough time to get all of those appeals in.

Let's Roll For Troops

Vets and first responders riding their bikes from Kauffman to DC

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A motorcycle club made up of veterans and first responders is riding from Kansas City all the way to Washington D.C. It's all for a good cause. Shepherd's Motorcycle Club is raising money for FISH, Friends in Service of Heroes. FISH supports both veterans and first responders in need.

Boozy Junk Pays Off

Home renovation unearthed hidden beer cans worth thousands of dollars

A family found a "treasure" worth thousands of dollars hidden inside their home during a renovation in one of the most unlikely places. When the family discovered that one of the columns on his front porch was full of empty beer cans and whiskey bottles, it was actually great news.

Cowtown Steps Up Self-Esteem

Dance class fills void, radiates confidence through Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- People walk through the studio doors at Quixotic with high expectations and a little more pep in their step, but it could be the heels. The mass of dancers filing in are there to take a late-night heels dance class from Edith Cruz.

Weekend Warmup On The Way

Temps begin to climb for your Thursday

It's going to start feeling more like July should. Temperatures will climb into the mid-80s Thursday. It's going to get even warmer by the weekend.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .


Anonymous said...

Bull Shit Trish, you are against this county and Freedom of Speech at least have the guts to say that instead of lying about it! But yet you worship a totalitarian Government.....SICK!

Anonymous said...


I have a funny way of getting Foote stuck in my mouth!!!

Byron Funkhouser said...

8:45 Does freedom of speech apply to Trish?

Is this like the bizarre notion that celebrities aren't allowed to express a political opinion?

Anonymous said...

^^^Herr Fuckhouser you are always saying our POTUS does not have the right to speak his mind. You talk like a typical Nazi.

Reality Speaker said...

I will be bold, without the bold.