Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Kansas City News Back To Front



Pop culture goodness inspired by a hottie vixen who has dominated the news cycle for years . . .

Got Celeb: Claudia Romani in Black Swimsuit in Miami

Shape: The Workout That May Help You Live Longer

OprahMag: Michelle Obama Admits Going to the Gym Is a Struggle - "It Doesn't Always Feel Good in the Moment"

Closer to home, here are the community and nicer news links we're checking right now . . .

Iconic Kansas City Comeback

Kansas City Museum completes first stage of restoration

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Museum has completed the first phase of its multimillion-dollar renovation project. The $22 million renovation of Corinthian Hall has transformed the hall from an early 1900s look to a modern museum.


Office Scheme Underway

Waddell & Reed plans Kansas City high rise - downtown's third prospective office tower

Overland Park based Waddell & Reed plans to build a high rise in downtown Kansas City - one of the last moves in the Kansas and Missouri border war - adding with other developments like Strata and a tower on Wyandotte St.


Spooky Science Seen In KC

The bones of ancient Egyptian queen Nefertari scanned at a Kansas City hospital

Kansas City, MO - She was known as The One for Whom the Sun Shines. Queen Nefertari (not to be confused with Nefertiti) is one of the most celebrated female rulers in Ancient Egypt. Right up there with Hatshepsut, Nefertiti and Cleopatra, according to Egyptologists.


EPIC Patch Debuts

Missouri man breaks state record with nearly 1,800-pound pumpkin

Holy, Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.Richard Bottorf of Republic, Missouri, recently set the Missouri state record with a pumpkin that's literally big enough for Cinderella's carriage.Bottorf grew a 1,798-pound pumpkin this season, and the pumpkin will be on display from 9:30 to 11 a.m.


Cough Up Kansas Vapes

KS sites to accept vapes, cartridges on Drug Take Back Day

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In addition to prescription drugs, vapes and cartridges will be accepted at Kansas drop-off locations on National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Stephen McAllister, U.S. attorney for Kansas, made the announcement Tuesday ahead of the Oct. 26 event.


Today's Suburban Daydream Report

Blue Springs woman wins $50,000 from Powerball ticket

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. -- A Blue Springs woman is now $50,000 richer after matching four of five white ball numbers as well as the Powerball number for the October 9 Powerball drawing. The winning numbers for that drawing were 5, 18, 33, 43, 65, and the Powerball was 2.


Fall Forecast For Now

Wednesday will be warmer, still windy

Hide Transcript Show Transcript SYSTEM. THAT WILL BE MOVING THROUGH SO YOUR FIRST ALERT EVENING FORECAST WILL HAVE A SLIDING THROUGH THE 50S CHILI 49 AT 9:47 AND BY 11 O'CLOCK, BUT NOT SO BREEZY BY THAT TIME LOOK AT THE FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING 46 NORTHWEST WINDS NOW BECOMING SOUTHWEST AT 15 TO 25 A COOL START TO THE DAY, BUT THE AFTERNOON WAS DEFINITELY BE WARMER BECAUSE OF THAT CHANGE IN DIRECTION.


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

2 comments:

Clayton Bigsby said...

Michelle Obama admits that it's hard to keep that package concealed in Victoria's Secret panties.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^

@7:58 That was flipping funny!