Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Kansas City And The Tuesday News Scene



Pop culture hotness and body acceptance perspective for out most dedicate newshounds tonight . . .

Insider: Bebe Rexha wore a daring silver dress Christian Siriano made in 2 hours on the same day as the MTV VMAs

Saw1st: Bebe Rexha at 2019 MTV Video Music Awards in Newark

WBUR: Our Obsession With Celebrities Goes Back 150 Years. What's Behind It?

Closer to home, here's a collection of nicer news we're checking right now . . .

Kansas City Cleanup New Rules

Good Neighbor Law takes effect Wednesday

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A new Missouri bill will go into effect Wednesday that will make it easier to remedy eyesore properties. It's called the "Good Neighbor Law" and would allow you, the neighbor, to legally clean up the abandoned property next door. The law has raised some concerns about potential lawsuits.


KCPD Conversation

Northeast Newscast Episode 102: Behind the scenes with KCPD's Mounted Patrol Unit

On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast, we are speaking with Sergeant Joey Roberts, supervisor of the Mounted Patrol Unit.


Fight For Kansas Family Ties

Appellate court to hear Kansas vet's fight to keep daughter in US

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - A federal appellate court will hear the case of a retired Army lieutenant and his wife who are seeking to keep their adopted Korean-born daughter in the country after she graduates from college. The Wichita Eagle reports that attorneys for the family of Hyebin Schreiber said Monday that the hearing is set for next month.


Show-Me Rising Tide Control

Midwest states seek to fix Missouri River flood bottlenecks

JEFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Several Midwestern states are joining together to try to identify bottlenecks along the Missouri River that can cause waters to back up and worsen flooding in certain areas. Dru Buntin, the deputy director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, says the state is joining with Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska to submit a study proposal Tuesday to the U.S.


Local Healthcare Fear

Aetna Shakes Up Kansas Leadership After Chronic Complaints Put Its Medicaid Contract at Risk

TOPEKA - Aetna is bringing in new leadership to run its Medicaid operations in Kansas after chronic complaints from hospitals and others put it at risk of losing its contract. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment confirmed Friday that Aetna Better Health of Kansas CEO Keith Wisdom is no longer in that role.


More Promotional Magic

Arrowheadlines: ESPN predicts that Mahomes will be a top-two player in 2019

2019 NFLRank: Predicting the NFL's best 100 players for this season | ESPN Age: 23 2018 rank: NR The most amazing part of Mahomes' 2018 season wasn't that he became only the second player to throw for 50 touchdown passes and 5,000 yards.


Real Life Fruity Reporting

New KC grocery service known for its 'ugly' produce

Hide Transcript Show Transcript DISCOUNT. KELLY: THESE BOXES FILLED WITH FRESH PRODUCE ARE HEADING TO HOMES IN KANSAS CITY. BUT THIS SELLER DOESN'T PROMISE A PERFECT PRODUCT. IN FACT QUITE THE OPPOSITE. YOU'RE NOT INSULTING IT WILL BE CALL IT UGLY PRODUCE ARE YOU? . QUITE THE OPPOSITE.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

1 comment:

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TOP PHOTO -- STUFFING BALLOTS

Asked how she won a surprise award for Best Dance song, Bebe demonstrated her knack of coming from behind!!!