Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Kansas City Morning News Rinse



Right now ANGEL CANDICE inspires our first look at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world.


Jackson County Celebrates Ladies Of The Legislature

Women in Jackson County Lead in the Legislature

Sunday, March 8 is International Women's Day around the world. This year's theme is #EachforEqual, which makes an equal world an individual responsibility for everyone. The campaign's challenge is to recognize stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women's achievements.


Kansas City Double Gunfire Erupts Overnight

Kansas City Police investigate double shooting

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Police were called to a double shooting near East 29th and Park Avenue Tuesday night. Police said two people were shot just before 9:30 p.m. One person had minor injuries. The second victim was in non-life threatening condition.


Golden Ghetto Faker Pays Price

Man sentenced in scheme to turn $1 bills into $100 bills

OVERLAND PARK, KS (AP) - A California man has been sentenced to three years in prison for washing the ink off $1 bills in an Overland Park hotel room and reprinting them to look like $100 bills. The U.S. attorney's office says 51-year-old John Sebestyen, of Mission Viejo, California, also was ordered Monday to pay nearly $20,000 in restitution.


Sleaze Scummit Crook Shows Determination & Skill

Renters in shock after burglar uses power tools to break into Lee's Summit storage unit

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. - Renters at a storage center said they couldn't believe what they'd found. Police in Lee's Summit said those people were ripped off during the weekend, as a burglar used power tools to cut through the walls of their storage units at the Storage Mart on U.S.


Candice Bikini Fashion Check

Candice Swanepoel Pulls Up Her Tiny Bikini Bottoms In A Crocheted Top

Victoria's Secret Angel Candice Swanepoel celebrated International Women's Day with a bikini photo as she slipped into a stylish, new two-piece from her own swimwear line, Tropic of C. The stunning lingerie model wowed in a crocheted top and a pair of pretty skimpy bottoms as she put her flawless model body on full show for the camera.


Biden Victory Postscript

5 takeaways as Biden takes command of Democratic race on Super Tuesday II

Joe Biden is marching to the Democratic presidential nomination.


Push Back Against Justice

A Federal Judge Condemned the "Roberts Court's Assault on Democracy." It's About Time.

Wells Fargo Is the Crooked Bank That Will Never Quit Streak of Extremely Ominous News Interrupted by Reasonable Proposal in Congress, of All Places Can Michigan Go Weird for Bernie Sanders Again? A Reagan-Era Legal Opinion May Allow Trump to Censor Coronavirus Information Nowhere is the problem of asymmetrical rhetorical warfare more apparent than in the federal judiciary.


Italia Inside

American in Rome describes Italy's coronavirus lockdown: 'The message here is, "Everyone stays at home"'

Fox News' Courtney Walsh joined "Tucker Carlson Tonight" via Skype from Rome Tuesday to provide an update on the coronavirus outbreak in Italy one day after the country's government instituted a nationwide lockdown. "There have been over 10,000 cases of Coronavirus infections...and the government is taking drastic measures now," said Walsh, who remains under self-quarantine.


Hard Times For Deplatformed Alt-Right Conspiracy Talker

Infowars' Alex Jones accused of DWI

Infowars founder and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was arrested in Texas on a charge of driving while intoxicated, the Travis County Sheriff's Office said.


Kangaroo Good Deeds

UMKC Enactus competes to do the most good in the world

Unlike many other organizations around the world, UMKC's Enactus group values a healthy competition. It tries to challenge students to go the extra mile, think outside the box and present multiple solutions for solving real world problems. Its main goal is simple yet ambitious: to create a positive change in the world.


Kansas City Artsy Redux

The future is unclear for some who receive funding for the arts that City Hall has provided for several years

Local filmmakers fear cuts to the Film office in Visit KC will jeopardize bringing shows like Queer Eye to Kansas City.


March Morning Forecast

A nice day with a few showers and thunderstorms after midnight tonight

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

More Candice, less news please. K, thanks.

Anonymous said...

MORE TITAYS!

Anonymous said...

It's surprising that ANY of the members of the Jackson County legislature even want to show their faces, much less crow about their "leadership".
Property assessment and taxation;
One jail fiasco after another with millions in settlements;
Taking months just to fix elevators.
Do any of these people even have job descriptions?
What a joke!

Anonymous said...

Artsey redo?

First of all, I doubt less than 1% of Kansas City has ever heard of queer eye much less watched it! Come on Council, get your priorities right with taxpayer funds, and yes they should, weird!!,