Tuesday, March 03, 2020

Kansas City Tuesday Night News Look



We wouldn't dare forget about our late night readers and so we offer this quick glimpse at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation . . .


TV Newser Testimony

Former KCTV5 News employees now living overseas give perspective on coronavirus

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - KCTV5 News has global perspective on the coronavirus and it comes from former KCTV5 News employees who now live overseas. Former Executive Producer of Investigations Amanda Palumbo now lives in Germany and former Investigative Reporter Emily Sinovic now lives in South Korea.


Homeless Blaze Redux

Fire breaks out in second transient camp

For the second time in as many weeks, fire broke out in a transient encampment in a wooded area abutting the Guinotte Manor Apartment complex in the Columbus Park Neighborhood. The encampment is in a wooded area, roughly sixty feet north of the intersection of 1st street and Lydia Avenue.


Southland Inferno Tonight

Firefighters battle 4-alarm fire apartment fire in south Kansas City

Kansas City firefighters battled a four-alarm fire Tuesday evening near 99th Terrace and Wornall Road.The fire in the 100 block of West 99th Terrace was reported about 7:15 p.m.Fire crews rescued several people.Authorities said two firefighters suffered minor injuries.Firefighters declared the fire under control at 8:34 p.m.


Kansas Traffic Upgrade

KDOT set to widen bottleneck along I-35 at 75th Street bridge

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Anyone who has to travel on Interstate 35 between Olathe and downtown Kansas City, Missouri, will tell you about the bottleneck at the 75th Street bridge. The area along I-35 is currently three lanes but has four and five lanes feeding into it north- and southbound, creating traffic backups.


Show-Me More Wildlife

The black bear population is growing in Missouri

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - It's that time of year when we will start seeing black bears coming out of hibernation. The Missouri Conservation Department (MDC) says the black bear population in the state is growing. Agents have been studying den sights and the paths of momma bears and the number of surviving cubs.


Kansas Lesson Plan

Latinos Are The Future Of Higher Education In Kansas, But Colleges Struggle Keeping Them

WICHITA, Kansas - The good news for Kansas public colleges: 1,000 more Latino students will be enrolled a decade from now, enough to fill the seats left empty by fewer white students. The bad news? The state predicts fewer students will earn a degree or certification in 2029, judging by Kansas' poor track record in graduating Latino students.


Hottie Lindsey Update

Lindsey Pelas Goes Braless In Sheer Bodysuit

On Tuesday, American model Lindsey Pelas uploaded a provocative Instagram post. The sizzling snap showed the 28-year-old beauty as she struck a seductive pose while standing on what appeared to be a suburban street with palm trees in the background. She stood with her back arched, as she placed her hands on the top of her head.


Reality Vs. Instagram

Social Media Influencer Shows Tricks Models Use In 'Instagram Versus Reality' Photos

Instagram models show off seemingly perfect bodies on social media. But you may be shocked to find out that everything is not as it seems. Instagram models use plastic surgery, photo filters, and manipulating angles to present amazing photos. A social media influencer shared some of the tricks that Instagram models use to get that perfect thirst trap pic.


Sign Off Postscript

The real reason Chris Matthews was fired from MSNBC

Chris Matthews didn't get fired for being a sex monster. He got fired for doing his job. And what was that job? To represent the non-crazy, "No Kool-Aid for me, thanks" Left on television, while being entertaining and pointed and wacky.


Bernie Vs. Biden

Biden surges to victory across Super Tuesday map, as Sanders claims delegate prize in California

Former Vice President Joe Biden will win the Virginia Democratic presidential primary, Fox News projects, as the candidate notches the first victory of Super Tuesday with polls in the coast-to-coast set of contests starting to close. Only Virginia and Vermont have completed voting so far. Sen.


Booze News Tonight

Brew to Brew race now starting, ending at Kansas City Stockyards

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Brew to Brew relay is set to start and end at the Kansas City Stockyards on March 29. The Kansas City Running Club has hosted this event for 25 years, so they were shocked when their special use permit was denied in Leavenworth County this year.


Forcast For Tomorrow

Wednesday will be sunny with highs in low 60s

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This is the OPEN THREAD for tonight. Hopefully, we'll have more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Another commenter said it best. Biden is another recipe for a loss to Trump because his voters will stay home. The MAGA supporters will not.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the mammaries.

Anonymous said...

Judas Priest haven't those slobs ever heard of "leave no trace" camping?

Anonymous said...

Please send that bimbo back to plastic surgery

Anonymous said...

Dude looks like lady. In a world of kardashians. Don't be one.