Saturday, February 22, 2020

Kansas City Saturday News Look



For our most dedicated news denizens was share this tribute to hottie Candice along with a glimpse at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world.


Kansas City Deadly Pet Inferno

Dog and cat lose life, no residents injured in 35th & Baltimore apartment fire

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A dog and cat were killed, but no residents were injured in an apartment fire at 35th & Baltimore Saturday morning. Emergency crews were called to the three story apartment building about 10:45 a.m.


Kansas Cancer Stick Crackdown Against Young Adults

Kansas lawmakers to consider raising tobacco age limit

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A proposed bill in the Kansas House of Representatives would increase the minimum age to purchase or possess cigarettes, electronic cigarettes and tobacco products from 18 years to 21 years of age.


Show Bad News Bears

Be bear aware! Missouri's black bears about to start coming out of their dens

The Missouri Department of Conservation said an estimated 540 to 840 black bears call southern Missouri home, and as the spring season gets underway, these mammals leave their winter dens in search of food.That's why the MDC is reminding Missourians to be proactive and "Be Bear Aware."


Golden Ghetto Good Life Improvement Weekend

Johnson County Home and Garden Show underway at Convention Center

KANSAS CITY,Mo. - The Johnson County Home and Garden Show continues at the Overland Park Convention Center. Area residents seek helpful advice, new products and the latest in decor, and inspiration for renovation and landscape projects. Exhibits, the latest trends and thousands of products, along with decorating, construction and remodeling ideas are available.


Vegas Votes, Baby

Democratic candidates face most diverse electorate so far in Nevada caucuses

Nevada Democrats head to the caucuses Saturday in the most diverse state to cast votes thus far, with party officials hoping to avert an Iowa-style disaster and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders looking to prove his general election mettle with a strong showing in the state's large Latino community.


Real Estate Roundup

The million-dollar property listings of Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg

Socialist Bernie Sanders likes to vacation in a fixer-upper wood cabin in Vermont, calling it his "summer camp." Billionaire Mike Bloomberg's summer camp, on the other hand, consists of a $10 million waterfront mansion in Bermuda and a $20 million estate in Southhampton.


Italia Quarantine Starts

A dozen towns in northern Italy are locked down after coronavirus deaths

Schools, businesses and restaurant were closed in a dozen northern Italian towns Saturday following reports of two deaths tied to an outbreak of the coronavirus in the region. A female resident in the Lombardy region died only hours after a 77-year-old man succumbed near Padua, in the Veneto region, the ANSA news agency reported, citing health care sources.


Veep Confused

Joe Biden can't remember what son's job was, thinks he was U.S. Attorney General

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden could not remember what his late son Beau Biden did for working during a CNN town hall event on Thursday. Biden falsely claimed that his son was "Attorney General of the United States." He was half right. Beau was the Attorney General of Delaware.


Local Helping Hand

Metro sanitation worker surprised with special award after being caught helping 88-year-old

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - A sanitation worker whose act of kindness went viral last fall was honored on Thursday. It's been four months since Billy Shelby and Opal Zucca first captured the hearts of people around the country and even the world. The Waste Management truck driver was caught on camera helping 88-year-old Zucca up her driveway in Independence.


Kansas City Witnesses The Greatest In Pix

Muhammad Ali Without The Bravado: A Gordon Parks Photo Exhibit In Kansas City Shows A Quieter Champ

Before Cassius Clay took the name Muhammad Ali, he was a 22-year-old who'd been rechristened "the champ," the greatest boxer in the world. Long-time Life magazine photojournalist and renaissance man Gordon Parks was assigned to cover the young man twice, once in 1966 and again in 1970.


Repeat Underway?!?!

What we learned about the Chiefs this week

AP user jared64804 On Sunday, John reflected on Chiefs owner Clark Hunt's decision to hire Reid in 2013 - and another decision from that time that might have been even more important. researched Craig felt it was time to write the Chiefs' defensive coordinator a thank you note.


Katie Saturday Forecast

Clouds will increase Saturday, high near 55

Hide Transcript Show Transcript TEENS AND RIGHT NOW WE EXPECT TO SEE TEMPERATURES WORKING THEIR WAY UP AS THE SUN GOES UP AND SO WILL OUR TEMPERATURES TO 55 THIS AFTERNOON IN KANSAS CITY. WHAT I LIKE ABOUT THIS AS WE ARE NOT EXCLUDING ANYBODY IN OUR VIEWING AREA FROM HAVING A GREAT DAY.


The Strokes - Bad Decisions is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

lots of people must be outside using all the city sidewalks.

Anonymous said...

Katie Horner is hot! Smoking hot!