Sunday, July 21, 2019

Kansas City Sunday News Link Stand



Pop culture borrowing called out . . .

Victoria's Secret Accused of Stealing Designs from Celebrity-Favorite Fleur du Mal

Closer to home we "reference" these news link closer to home and on the topic of the local discourse . . .

Sunday Gift Of Life Report

July 19, 2019 Editorial: Organ donation

Right now, nearly 2,500 people in Kansas and Missouri are waiting for lifesaving organ transplants. A single donor can save as many as eight lives. Bryan Busby, our chief meteorologist, knows the lifesaving and life-changing impact tissue and organ donation can have.


1st Responder Risk Every Day

Two police officers injured in hit-and-run crash Saturday night in KCK

Witnessing a crime and reporting it can be just as frightening as being the victim of a crime. Here's what you should do if you witness illegal activity. Two police officers were injured by a hit-and-run driver Saturday night in Kansas City, Kansas, according to the police department.


Tribute To Politico

Jason Kander left politics to treat his PTSD. His new mission? Helping fellow vets

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Last fall, Jason Kander was considered a rising star in the Democratic party. The U.S. Army combat veteran had served as Missouri's Secretary of State, nearly beaten a Republican incumbent for a U.S. Senate seat in 2016 and was the front-runner in the race for Kansas City mayor.


Royals Drop One More

Royals drop series finale, 5-4, in Cleveland

In a very fast game, the Indians beat the Royals, 5-4, to clinch the series on Sunday afternoon. Kansas City jumped to a 2-0 lead when Cheslor Cuthbert came through with a clutch RBI double in the first inning. Two frames later, Jorge Soler blasted his 27th homer of the year to give the Royals a 2-0 lead.


Local Weather Switcheroo

Heavy rain overnight, more storms possible this afternoon

Good Sunday morning! A lot of you woke up to the sounds of the windows rattling with lots of thunder and heavy rain. I want you to take a look at this full radar loop from last night. It's fairly unique in the sense that it changed its motion more quickly than one would expect.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What ever happened to weather.

Now, in July when it's always hot... it is extreme , dangerous, heat... and the actual air temperature isn't even reported... its the theoretical guesstimate called the FEELS like temperature. What a joke.

And tonight, when we are going to get some welcome rain (unusual for July), all they can talk about is the potential for flooding and severe thunderstorms. How about being grateful for the break in the heat? And the chance to stop watering the lawn for a few days.

I'm so tired of extreme everything. Just live and love life. Don't live in fear of the weather... embrace it and enjoy the wonder of it all.

Anonymous said...

Tony, one more self-stroking story about Pander and I will hurl. That group will just be used by him to cultivate his improbable victimhood into a national political position. If he would go trans, he could have a “Me-to” story instead of PTSD.

Anonymous said...

Kudos to Sarah Smith, general manager of KMBC, for donating her brain to someone who could put it to better use!