A few months ago, legacy hottie Heidi shared a photo reminding us that she's still in AMAZING shape at 46 years-old. And this has inspired our morning peek at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world on this #TBT.
Kansas City Help Wanted
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- There are companies in the Kansas City area that still hiring amid the coronavirus pandemic. Some companies needed to add staff to help respond to an increases demand because of COVID-19 and others are continuing to hire as normal. Most jobs are in manufacturing or grocery stores.
More Deets On Kansas City Small Biz Relief
Small businesses in Kansas City, Missouri now have another lifeline during the COVID-19 crisis. On Wednesday, Mayor Quinton Lucas detailed a new emergency relief fund aimed at keeping small businesses alive.As closed signs go up on countless businesses across Kansas City, there is help and hope coming from City Hall.
Crash Course In Kansas City Social Distance Learning
The spring semester is when most soon-to-be educators do their student teaching, but now they're trying to figure out distance learning even as their own education has been interrupted. Moriah Stonehocker is in her final semester at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and a student teacher at J.
Don't Waste That Fed Check
Multiple national surveys found a majority of Americans were already living paycheck to paycheck before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Now people around the metro are also finding themselves out of work. The 41 Action News Investigators went to a expert for financial advice.
Hottie Heidi Endures
Heidi Klum Opens Up About Loving Her Body and Having a Healthy Relationship with Food: 'I Feel Happy with Who I Am'
After more than 20 years working in the modeling industry, Heidi Klum has found a healthy and balanced diet that works for her. The German supermodel, 46, is featured on the cover of Red magazine's May 2020 issue, where she talks about her marriage to Tom Kaulitz, co-parenting with ex-husband Seal and body positivity.
HISTORIC AMERICAN UNEMPLOYMENT SURGES!!!
The number of Americans filing claims for unemployment benefits surged to more than 6.6 million last week, breaking a record high for the second week in a row as more states and cities enforced strict stay-at-home measures in an attempt to stop the coronavirus pandemic.
MAGA Focus Online
It's been only a month since President Trump held his last campaign rally. It was March 2 when several thousand people squeezed into a North Carolina arena to cheer on a confident president seeking reelection at a time of peace and prosperity.
Protect America's Doc!!!
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will get a security detail amid increased threats to his security, according to multiple reports. The 79-year-old doctor has been one of the most high-profile members of President Donald Trump's response to the coronavirus, earning praise and prompting the creation of fan-made paraphernalia from donuts to bobbleheads.
Americans In Need
An unprecedented number of Americans have resorted to food banks for emergency supplies since the coronavirus pandemic triggered widespread layoffs across the country. The demand for food aid has increased as much as eightfold in some areas, according to an investigation by the Guardian, which gives a nationwide snapshot of the hunger crisis facing the US as millions become unemployed.
Old School Rules Explained
Social Security recipients won't need tax returns to claim stimulus checks, administration says after outcry
Social Security recipients are set to automatically receive their coronavirus relief stimulus payments after the government reversed course on a decision that cause widespread outcry from lawmakers and advocacy groups. Backlash ensued after the IRS indicated that people who do not normally file tax returns would need to file an abbreviated return to get the $1,200 payout earlier in the week.
Mama Kangaroo Calls Out City College Over Coronavirus
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Sarah Lynch is a UMKC Law student who is in critical condition after testing positive for the coronavirus. She's at KU Hospital where she's been touch and go at different moments. Louise Lynch, Sarah's mother, said her daughter was pressured to show up at UMKC for a meeting at the law school.
Cloudy Kansas City Thursday
Friday's rain brings a cold front and a big drop in temperatures
En Vogue - Hold On is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.