Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Kansas City Wednesday News Link Pool



At the end of what would have been the work day, we share these news items for our blog community on the topic of pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . . Read more:

Kansas City Adjusts To Grocery Store Changes & Catuion

'It's a big shock': Metro shoppers navigating changing store policies amid coronavirus

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The coronavirus is pushing grocery stores and other large chains that are along the front lines of the growing health crisis to change the way they do business. Many stores have undergone changes to combat the spread of COVID-19, and more changes are likely still coming.


Local Good Life Paused

Restrictions due to COVID-19 affects business for wedding venues, DJs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The spring season is a busy time for DJs and wedding venues. However, the coronavirus gathering restrictions have many DJs concerned, fearing they won't be playing any music at all. Fernando Esquivel's company, Fernando Productions, books 350 events a year. They live off of parties, events, and fun.


Hometown Cleaning Product Debuts To Help Workers

J. Rieger & Co. selling 'Rieger's Remedy' hand sanitizer to help pay staff during COVID-19 shutdown

Kansas City brewer J. Rieger & Co. will be selling "Rieger's Remedy" hand sanitizer Thursday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at its location in the West Bottoms.J. Rieger & Co.


Hottie Life Persists

Noah Centineo and Alexis Ren show PDA on NYC date

She's the Lara Jean Covey to his Peter Kavinsky. "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" star Noah Centineo and girlfriend Alexis Ren were spotted showing some serious PDA while having cocktails at Tavern on the Green in Central Park on Saturday night, an insider told Page Six.


Veep Picks Lady Partner

Opinion | Biden's Top 12 Running Mates, Ranked

Beyond a plausible president, the 77-year-old Biden needs a running mate who can help him either win the critical Midwestern states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, or energize the more racially diverse generations of young voters, who could help not only in Midwest cities, but also in Southern swing states such as Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida.


COVID-19 Across The Globe

Worldwide coronavirus cases top 200,000 for the first time

COVID-19 cases surpassed 200,000 worldwide on Wednesday as the new coronavirus continues to spread outside of China, the original epicenter of the outbreak. The total number of cases now stands at 201,436 as of 7:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday, according to data compiled by John Hopkins. The virus emerged in Wuhan, China in December.


Crisis In Italy Worsens

Italy's coronavirus death toll nears China's after largest one-day spike despite lockdown

At least 475 additional people died from the coronavirus in Italy Wednesday, marking a 19 percent spike within the last 24 hours, raising the nationwide death toll to at least 2,978, Sky News reported, citing the Italian Civil Protection Agency.


Money Man Sounds Like He's Looking For A Very Big Bailout

Hedge Fund Heavy Bill Ackman Warns CNBC That 'Hell is Coming' in Stunning Interview: 'America Will End as We Know it'

Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman stunned CNBC Wednesday with an intense doomsday economic forecast, and a plea to President Donald Trump's administration for a full U.S. shutdown. Appearing on CNBC's Halftime Report, Ackman - the CEO of Pershing Square Capital - painting a stunning portrait of how the U.S.


In Defense Of Oprah

Oprah Winfrey denies 'awful, fake' arrest rumors

Oprah Winfrey has denied reports she was arrested and her home raided by law enforcement.


Help For Locals

Harvesters works tirelessly after coronavirus outbreak to provide for Kansas, Missouri residents

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A local Kansas City food bank that provides a helping hand for a number of counties in our area is just like the rest of us, adapting quickly to change. Harvesters is a large community food networking organization that's been working tirelessly since this coronavirus outbreak began to help those both on the Kansas and Missouri side.


Hope For Next Season

Arrowheadlines: Chiefs to face Tom Brady next season

Tom is leaving the AFC, but the Chiefs aren't done facing him | Kansas City Star If quarterback Tom Brady is indeed heading to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, fans might think the Chiefs are done facing the six-time Super Bowl champion. But guess who's on the Chiefs' 2020 schedule? Yep.


Weather On The Way

Severe weather possible later Thursday

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WHILE BEFORE IT FINISHES. ANOTHER REDEVELOPMENT TOWARD THE EVENING HOURS. YOUR FIR ALERT HOUR BY HOUR FORECAST IS DIPPING INTO THE 50'S, 8:00 P.M., 58 DEGREES, BY 9:00, 58. THE RAIN WILL DO IT FOR YOUR WEDNESDAY. FIRST DAY OF SPRING, TOTALLY DIFFERENT SUBJECT, HERE IS A LOOK AT MIDNIGHT ON THURSDAY.


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5 comments:

  1. local news and ass obscured. I thank you TKC.

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  2. Oprah got arrested for drugs. The drug dogs went after her. When they pulled her dress up they found 200 lbs of crack.

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  3. No, @7:54 that was your Momma!
    Easy o see how you got confused though, your Momma looks like an ugly version of Oprah.

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  4. There is no ugly version of Oprah. She is a fat pig with a big mouth. As ugly as ugly can get.

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  5. TOP PHOTO -- THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

    Alexis makes a fine First Mate!!!

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