Sunday, February 23, 2020

Kansas City Sunday News Look



Right now we share tribute to lingerie angels along with community news, pop culture along with info from across the nation and around the world . . .


Kansas City Car Crime Backstory Revealed

Kansas City woman's mission to find stolen car takes unexpected turn

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, woman's mission to find her stolen car took an unexpected turn. When Chandra Walz recovered her stolen vehicle on Friday, she never expected she'd have a mystery of her own to solve. The car was damaged on the outside when Walz recovered it in St.


Kansas City School Daze

Kansas City school worker fired for faking attendance data says bosses made her do it

A former Kansas City Public Schools secretary who was among seven employees accused of falsifying student attendance data says she and her co-workers were only scapegoats following orders - from the superintendent on down. "I gave them exactly what they said they needed," said LaQuyn Collier, who was a secretary at Central Middle School until December.


Paint Job Legal Battle

Overland Park attorneys file lawsuit against L'Oréal over liquid makeup containers

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - An Overland Park Law firm is suing popular cosmetics brand, L'Oréal in a California class action lawsuit. In the lawsuit, the plaintiffs, Renee Young, and Roxanne Tierney claim the company uses defective pumps on at least four of their liquid foundation bottles which prevents consumers from accessing all the product.


Patrols For Pupper

OPPD seek dog that bit child

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Overland Park police are asking for help to locate a dog that bit a child on Saturday. An 11-year-old girl was at Comanche Elementary School, 8200 Grant Street, when the dog, described as a "brown, black and white, medium-size pit bull-type dog" bit her, according to police.


Fallen Angels Explained

Victoria's Secret is plotting a major turnaround as a private company. Here's what went wrong with America's lingerie darling.

Victoria's Secret is preparing itself for a major turnaround after several years of sliding sales. On Thursday, its parent company L Brands said it would be selling a 55% stake in the lingerie retailer to private-equity firm Sycamore Partners. Under the terms of the deal, Victoria's Secret will go private.


Russia Redux

Trump adviser disputes intelligence claims of Russian election meddling

Donald Trump's national security adviser says he has not "seen any intelligence that Russia is doing anything to attempt" to get the president re-elected in November.


Pandemic Preview

New coronavirus cases in Iran, Italy fuel concerns the disease cannot be contained

Localized outbreaks of the new coronavirus outside of China are fueling concerns among infectious disease experts and scientists that the virus is spreading too quickly and may be past the point of containment. Health officials are warning the public to prepare for a potential global pandemic.


AOC Commits Social Media Sausage Hypocrisy?!?!

The AOC Tapes: Meatless advocate rep eats meat in Facebook Live video

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has touted going meatless to help save the environment since being elected, chowed down on a sausage, egg and cheese biscuit, during a Facebook Live video from 2017 as she and her friends drove through the state of Wisconsin.


Make India Great Again???

Trump loves a big crowd. He'll get one of his biggest in India.

There, he's expecting an enthusiastic reception as he appears alongside the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, who shares Trump's nationalist streak. "I've always said the president is the greatest showman of our time, which in politics is a good thing," said Ohio state Rep. Niraj Antani, one of the few elected Indian-American Republicans in the U.S.


Kansas City Ink For Good Cause

Tattoos of Andy Reid doodle raise money for good cause

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A Westport tattoo shop was in for a surprise when they got an interesting Chiefs Super Bowl request from an unlikely customer. Jake Kaullen of Working Class Tattoo in Westport has been inking up skin for more than 11 years.


Blessed KC Sounds

Hancock Singers reunite for Black History Month tribute

The Hancock Singers, a gospel quartet of siblings, will perform during Black History Month celebrations at First Baptist Church of Kansas City, MO on Sunday, February 23, 1:30 pm, in the church's sanctuary. They will sing old Negro Spirituals as well as gospel favorites The concert is free.


Local Sunday Downpour

Rain moves in Sunday afternoon

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Rare Earth - I Just Want To Celebrate is the Sunday song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

kansas city, awful city, awful people.

Breaking Bad said...

Andy Reid looks like Heisenberg went into coaching.

Anonymous said...

But not as shitty as St. Louis or Chicago.

Anonymous said...

Hancock Singers look like a great place for an outbreak of Sickle Cell Anemia...

Anonymous said...

RE: AOC. I don't care what she eats. What I don't get is that when we had a real representative in the Kansas third district, both republican and democrat, they spent their time away from Washington in the district meeting people and attending events. AOC never seems to go back to her district. She is enamored with her celebrity that she goes on the campaign trail all over like in Wisconsin and every other place except NYC. That is a fer piece from the people that elected her. I guess that bump in wages from bartender to congressperson has changed her. I believe it is time for "her people" to call her back to her home every weekend for their benefit.