Sunday, March 15, 2020

Kansas City Sunday News Look



To start this Sunday we share an important glimpse at angelic hotness, pop culture and news from across the nation and around the world . . .

Davey's Inferno Redux

Davey's Uptown club on 34th and Main 'a total loss' after fire

by: FOX 4 Newsroom Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Davey's Uptown Rambler's Club, a live music venue on 34th and Main, has been destroyed by a fire on March 14. The call came in at 8:23 a.m.


Po-Po Work Thru COVID-19

No days off for police departments during coronavirus outbreak - Connect FM | Local News Radio | Dubois, PA

(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) - As the novel coronavirus spreads, police departments around the country are continuing to do their job, and police the community.Law enforcement officers come into contact with people on the front lines every day, Chuck Wexler, the executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, told ABC News in an interview."It's not entirely possible for the police to practice social distancing the way community members get to.


Newspaper Hopes To Spark Interest In Sketchy Power Play

Amid FBI inquiry, controversial figures in play for another huge city power project

File photo of the Federal Bureau of Investigation symbol on a building in June 2017. Bigstock Two individuals involved in controversial energy projects in Independence that have drawn FBI scrutiny submitted a formal proposal to help repurpose a separate, soon-to-be shuttered city power plant.


Golden Ghetto Rescue

Overland Park firefighters battle overnight house fire

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Overland Park firefighters battled an overnight house fire. It started before 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning at a home near 89th and Conser. The Overland Park Fire Department said there was significant fire in the attic. No one was hurt.


KC Late Night Crash

4 injured in crash following police pursuit

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Four people were injured in a crash Friday night after a police pursuit. Kansas City, Missouri, police said that a "serious injury collision" occurred around 11:30 p.m. Friday at East 62nd Street and Indiana Avenue.


Panty Future Look

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.


Prez Trump White House Confronts COVID-19 Health Check Push Back

Former White House physician on reactions to Trump being tested for coronavirus

Former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson weighed in on the coronavirus outbreak and reacted to the announcement of President Trump's test results Saturday, saying the president is trying to put any issues involving his health to an end.


Biden Feels The Bern???

Biden endorses Warren's bankruptcy plan, calling it 'one of the things that I think Bernie and I will agree on'

Former Vice President Joe Biden says he now backs Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren's bankruptcy plan, endorsing his former Democratic rival's proposal to repeal portions of a law they had clashed over 15 years earlier.


Remember Shorty Royals

The '95 KC Royals: The last short season revisited

The night of Aug. 10, 1994 was a perfect West Coast baseball evening, warm with a barely perceptible breeze for the KC Royals' game against the California Angels. It was the rubber game of a three-game series; the Royals were scheduled to fly home after the contest for a day off before hosting Texas to begin a nine-game homestand.


Holy Land Leads The Way

Israel to shut malls, restaurants, hotels to counter coronavirus

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel will shut malls, hotels and restaurants in a partial shutdown of its economy starting on Sunday and use anti-terrorism tracking technology to minimize the risk of coronavirus transmission, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.


Rock Chalk Last Shot

Retiring KU sports photographer 'cut to the core' by abrupt end to final semester

LAWRENCE - For Jeff Jacobsen, the sobering reality set in on the flight home.Like dozens of student athletes at Kansas, several of whom were on the same trip back, a jarring finality had been delivered to Jacobsen, a longtime photographer in the university's athletic department."Boy, I know I'm retiring at the end of June, but suddenly, boom, it's just over," said Jacobsen, a 68-year-old Topekan.


Kansas City Sunday Chills

Cloudy, cool Sunday ahead

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Aretha Franklin - I Say A Little Prayer is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

even in the time of pandemic there are still many car crashes and fires that threaten the lives of KC residents just as greatly.

Anonymous said...

President Trump's speech was excellent both as to substance and delivery, and I would urge congressional and media Democrats, as well as Never Trumpers, to finally get behind his efforts and that of his administration, to address the coronavirus, rather than trying to continue to rip this country apart.

Anonymous said...

If student loans become bankruptable, there is no incentive to pay them back and especially no reason to avoid taking massive amounts out. Those loans are backed by the taxpayers. Taxes will have to raised elsewhere to make up the loss.

Anonymous said...

@10:01 Step One, by Executive Order, close all Resorts, Hotels and GOLF COURSES until the inoculation for Coronavirus has been developed and made available, FREE, to all Americans!

THEN we'll talk about supporting the President.

Anonymous said...

@10:01AM- Trump’s speech was a disjointed mess of lies and disinformation. He has bungled this crisis at every turn. There will be no support for him for the remainder of his term. He is out. You support him, the rest of American is through with him.

Anonymous said...

Trump needs to resign and let experts that know what they doing take over. How many will needless suffer and die before he gets out of the way.

He's now bragging in his PR about Friday's stock market and fake news. We're going to be OK because of 0% interest rates and our great CEOs. We are going great. Relax.

Utterly pathetic.

Anonymous said...

It's easy to take potshots at leaders who are trying their best to deal with a situation that has never unfolded in quite this same way before. When you compare this to all the stupid stuff that Obama and Biden did, like sending a cargo plane with $400 million (U.S. taxpayers' dollars) to Iran, Trump looks like a total genius of Einsteinian proportions, which is why this Independent voter (voted for Obama once) will be voting for Trump in 2020.

Anonymous said...

The Dems don't want to listen to anything that helps the economy -- like the Fed lowering the interest rate -- and helps most working folks too, since a good economy always helps the incumbent in an election year. They also don't have the brains to separate mention of a financial issue and a health issue. It easily confuses and overwhelms their simple minds.

Anonymous said...

Sure, no response is perfect. But we demand competence.

We are getting bungling at every level. Just look at the airports last night after another unplanned policy was announced. Trump still thinks it's great. He talks using terms like perfect, hoaxes and fake news.

He is uniquely unqualified. He has zero understanding of what's happening. He needs to go.

But I know you won't admit that when you lie about sending US taxpayer money to Iran. You don't accept reality or history.

Anonymous said...

Trump was perfect, said nobody ever.

Anonymous said...

^^^ better than bernie. Sorry hipster.