Sunday, December 15, 2019

Kansas City Sunday News Walk



Here's our tribute to fashionista hotness, pop culture and community news this morning . . .


Mayor Q Weekend Chat

Mayor Quinton Lucas holds second town hall

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Mayor Quinton Lucas held his second "YOU and Mayor Q" town hall event on Saturday. This meeting, held at the Marlborough Community Center, was the first since the city council approved offering free bus fares citywide and passed the KC Tenants Bill of Rights.


Cowtown Weekend Inferno

KCFD deals with 3-alarm weekend fire

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Firefighters were working to put out a three-alarm fire in KC on Saturday morning. It happened before 6:40 a.m. at 1510 Prospect Ave., just south of Truman Road. It was an electrical fire that started where service comes to the business.


More Doggone PR

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill Adopts Two Adorable Puppies From Kansas City Shelter [PHOTO]

Who said cats and dogs couldn't be best friends? Kansas City Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill, appropriately nicknamed 'Cheetah' for his blazing fast foot speed, welcomed a pair of new canine friends to his family. Unleashed Pet Rescue and Adoption, located in Mission, Kansas, first posted the photo to their Facebook page on Friday.


Celebrate Good Cause Stickup

Donation drive aims to help domestic violence survivors

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A donation drive aims to help women in Kansas City who have escaped domestic violence. On Saturday, Giving Hope & Help hosted its seventh annual feminine hygiene product drive. The nonprofit collected items of dignity, including tampons, pads and underwear.


KANSAS CITY SIGN FROM ABOVE: WITNESS SUN PILLAR!!!

Sun pillar springs up over cold Kansas City metro sky

BELTON, Mo. - If you were out and about on Saturday night, December 14, you might have seen a tower of light spring up over the metro. This atmospheric phenomenon is actually called a sun pillar, according to the National Weather Service. Sun pillars form when the sun is near the horizon - in this case, at sunset.


Hearfelt Hottie Lament

Alessandra Ambrosio Admits She'll Miss The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show: 'We Had Such a Good Time'

One of Victoria's Secret's most recognizable faces is opening up about the cancellation of the brand's iconic fashion show. For Alessandra Ambrosio, a model with the lingerie giant for 14 years, the end of the show meant she lost a festive holiday tradition and a way to enjoy the season with her fellow Victoria's Secret Angels.


Talking 2020

Trump supporter grabs spotlight at Sanders rally with a message for the president

A Trump supporter took center stage at an Iowa campaign rally for 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Saturday, where he stood up and delivered a message to President Trump. Sanders sensed trouble from the beginning when he saw the young man approach the microphone and said, "Oh, he's looking at his phone.


Rocket Man Gift Awaits

What could North Korea's 'Christmas gift' to the US be?

We're back in familiar territory. North Korea is again issuing cryptic threats that officials around the world are scrambling to decipher.


Show-Me Truck Biz Win

GM to invest $1B to build next-gen midsize pickup in Missouri

CLOSE General Motors added a third shift at its Wentzville (Mo.) Assembly plant last September to build trucks and vans. (Photo: Melissa Vaeth for General Motors) General Motors is getting a tax break and the UAW is retaining 4,000 jobs.


More Justice For Kansas

Kansas Supreme Court getting new member, new chief justice

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Kansas Supreme Court will have a new member and a new chief justice next week. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly plans to have a Monday morning news conference to name a replacement for former Justice Lee Johnson, who retired in September.


Local Drama Reference

Eccentric Character Now On A Kansas City Stage Foreshadows Lady Gaga And Donald Trump

Sarah Bernhardt was known for her eccentricities. She slept in a coffin, she kept a pet lion and attracted lovers everywhere she went. Bernhardt made five visits to Kansas City between 1887 and 1918, during nine American tours.


Weather Big Picture

Winter Storm to Spread Snow and Ice From Plains to Midwest and Northeast Early This Week | The Weather Channel

Snow, ice and rain will slow down travel from parts of the Plains and Midwest into the Northeast as a storm system tracks through those regions early this week. This system has been named Winter Storm Finley by The Weather Channel. A low-pressure system will move from the South toward the northeastern U.S.


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

If a tree falls in the woods but no one hears it, did it make a sound? If there is a meeting with no selfies, did it really happen?

Anonymous said...

^^^ But there were selfies. Weird.

Anonymous said...

"YOU and Mayor Q"


Haha oh boy let the bullshit begin

Anonymous said...

Winter Storm Kardashian

Anonymous said...

Hill buys the dogs and his buddy Vick will train them.

Anonymous said...

Wow just think about it. Selfies first big snow! It's here! Frosty!

We are going to get to see Smiling Selfies Luca's amazing super duper upgraded and spectacular KcMo snow plowing services in action today!

Anonymous said...

If Lucas ever has ANY kind of meeting without promising everyone in the room something, smiling and taking selfies, and committing millions of tax dollars the city doesn't have, count it as a big success!
All hat and no cattle.
And not even much of a hat!