Right now we remember Miranda hotness and hope she makes it through a media kerfuffle as we take a peek at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the globe.
KCMO Burns Overnight
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Fire Department was called to a house fire around 3 a.m. Tuesday. The home is in the 8500 block of East 96th Terrace. At this time, there are no reports of injuries. Officials do not know what started the fire yet.
Cerner Stays Home
The Kansas City area's largest private employer will have employees work from home through the rest of the month. Cerner Corp. (Nasdaq: CERN) announced Sunday that all associates who can work remotely should do so beginning Monday, as a means of slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Donation Drive Overtime
Nearly every aspect of our lives has been changed since the threat of coronavirus made an entrance in Kansas City and around the nation. As one of the dominant news organizations in the Kansas City area, KCUR has been working to optimize coverage on all platforms so that we are prepared to provide consistent, credible and sustainable coverage for as long as circumstances warrant.
Mayor Q Declaration Overview
According to a recent release from the office of Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, Mayor Lucas has updated the State of Emergency proclamation in Kansas City in accordance with the latest CDC guidance.
Hard Times For Hottie Health Advice Amid Coronavirus
Accordin g to 10 Daily, William tells readers of the book they can protect against viruses by consuming two cups of celery juice on an empty stomach every morning, eating cloves of raw garlic or making a vegetable soup 'healing broth'.
IRAQ OUT ALL NIGHT!!!
The US army is pulling out of al-Qaim and two other key military bases in Iraq in the coming weeks. The decision to leave three of its eight bases in Iraq is a sign the US is looking to dramatically reduce its footprint in the country.
Prez Trump Pivots
The cable-news network that for weeks seemed to refuse to take coronavirus outbreak fears seriously has pivoted to heaping praise upon the president for taking it seriously.
Global COVID-19 Counting
More than 169,000 COVID-19 virus cases have been confirmed globally, while more than 77,000 have recovered from infection
Cases of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, have soared past 169,000, including more than 6,500 deaths, across 148 countries, while more than 77,000 people have recovered, according to a map of the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University. The outbreak continues in the U.S., where President Donald Trump declared a state of national emergency and the total cases have risen to more than 3,770.
Mr. Market Seyz The Smartest Guys Have Left The Room
America Is a Sham All the Stuff People Are Releasing for Free Because of the Coronavirus Former Judge Resigns From the Supreme Court Bar in a Letter to John Roberts Social Distancing Isn't Enough We appear to have reached the stage where just about everybody is terrified of what the coronavirus outbreak will do to the economy.
Your Wife Laments The Great Kansas City Eat Out Ban
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - If you are trying to spend more time at home during the coronavirus outbreak, you can still support your local restaurants. There is a new website called Airtable KC that lists local restaurants and whether they offer takeout, curbside or delivery.
Another Royals Mascot
The lack of sports is not the most pressing issue related to the global COVID-19 pandemic. That is obvious. But this is a baseball website, that carries with it a community of people whose hearts are both soothed and rioted by the best sport in the world.
Irish Kansas City Weather Was A Wee Bit Nicer
WORLD OF GOOD TO LIFT YOUR SPIRITS. 41 DEGREES WITH A LIGHT NORTH BREEZE. WIND CHILL VALUES IN THE 30'S WITH A CHILLY ST. PATRICK'S DAY MORNING. A CLOUDY SKY AND 51 DEGREES FOR A HIGH TODAY. RAIN FALLING AS EARLY AS MIDNIGHT AND A LOT OF RAIN WILL SHOW UP ON THE FIRST ALERT RADAR TOMORROW MORNING.
Wings - Give Ireland Back to the Irish is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .