Monday, April 20, 2020

Kansas City Monday News Night Peek



We delve deep into local files as the ladies of Brazzers stay winning by way of new tech and inspire us to share a glimpse of pop culture, community news and info from across the nation . . .

Public TV Weed Party

A Flatland Flight of Fancy for 420 Day

(Editor's note: Some folks - not us, of course - may be celebrating an unofficial holiday right about now. So Flatland has decided to take some fictionalized creative liberties to mark 420 Day, celebrated by followers of cannabis culture. After all, we could all use a break from round-the-clock COVID-19 coverage - all in our own special way.)


Local Lady In Need

Woman with lung cancer, COPD has no running water, electricity during COVID-19

The family of 80-year-old Lillian Daniels moved her into the Heart Mobile Village near U.S.


Latina Stereotypes Endure During Pandemic

A Kansas City Mom Who 'Can Make A Meal Out Of Anything' Is Still Waiting On Federal Food Aid During Pandemic

Tiffanie White is still able to feed her three kids, but buying groceries isn't easy right now. She lost her customer service job because of the pandemic, and she hasn't been able to get through to unemployment to file a claim.


Survey Seyz: Veep Biden Stays Winning Over Prez Trump?!?!

Biden tops Trump in November matchup, but president leads on economy: poll

With just over six months to go until November's general election, a new poll suggests former Vice President Joe Biden is holding a 7-percentage point lead over President Trump. According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee stands at 49 percent among registered voters nationwide, with the Republican incumbent at 42 percent.


KCK COVID-19 Confusion

KCK coronavirus patient warns of unexpected symptoms

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - People have been showing up to testing sites in Kansas City, Kansas, Monday because they think they might have COVID-19 and they just want to get a test to be sure. One local woman is warning all signs may not be the same.


Pandemic Blue Wave?!?!

Democrats' momentum puts Senate majority in play

Republicans started this election cycle as heavy favorites to keep their Senate majority, with a lineup of elections mostly in red-tinted states and GOP incumbents favored over a slate of relatively unknown and untested challengers. Now,nearlysixmonthsoutfromtheelection, Democrats are making them sweat.


Hamburger Cash Debate

Mark Cuban on Shake Shack initially taking small business loan: 'You're going to kill your brand'

Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban joined CNBC's "Fast Money" on Monday.


Coronavirus Chokes Mexican Drug Money

'Cartels are scrambling': Coronavirus snarls global drug trade

The coronavirus is dealing a gut punch to the illegal drug trade, authorities say, paralyzing economies, closing borders and severing supply chains in China that traffickers rely on for the chemicals to make such profitable drugs as methamphetamine and the powerful opioid fentanyl.


After Horrific Tragedy Canada Gun Crackdown Coming Soon

UPDATE: Trudeau promises swift action on gun control following Nova Scotia shooting | The Chronicle Herald

OTTAWA, Ont. - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his government will strengthen gun control legislation as soon as possible. As MPs debated in the House of Commons about how to facilitate a return to Parliament during the COVID-19 pandemic, Trudeau addressed Canadians Monday about the tragic shooting in Nova Scotia that left at least 18 dead on Sunday.


Local Love Celebration Cont'd

Stay-at-home order won't stop spread of kindness during Seven Days event

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - This year, there won't be a Seven Days Walk bringing thousands of people together because of COVID-19. But stopping the spread of kindness was not an option. Aside from blood donations, all events from "Love Day" to "Go Day" are virtual.


KC COVID-19 Biz Advice

How to weather the COVID-19 storm: Lessons from a 2008 startup survivor

Editor's note: The opinions expressed in this commentary are the author's alone. Steve Roatch is CEO of Leawood-based 27Global, a custom software development company. While the specifics of this coronavirus pandemic are unique, we've seen recessions, depressions, national emergencies, wars and even pandemics before.


Kansas City Spring Warmup

Tuesday will be sunny, temps in mid-60s

Temperatures will fall back into the 40s Monday evening. We'll see plenty of sunshine Tuesday with highs in the mid-60s.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

KC water should be ashamed of themselves.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- HEAD FOR BUSINESS

When the financial numbers didn't quite add up for the merger to go forward, Nikki offered a last minute concession!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Today's only winner on the blog.

Yep!

Anonymous said...

Shake Shack on the Plaza is disgusting. They killed their brand when they started making that gross, overpriced food. I wouldn’t feed it to my dog. Now, they’ve taken money from the government meant for small business but are returning it because the people who needed it most weren’t served. That move is the epitome of BIG business. Growing a conscience after the fact won’t help.

anonymous said...

There is no "Coronavirus Blue Wave", the coming Indigo Tsunami is a "Trump Blue Wave"!

Anonymous said...

Canada shooting was a big time false flag. Let's take everyone's gun rights away while they shelter at home. What a joke.