With respect to Kimmie hotness, right now we highlight the most important Kansas City community news along with pop culture and info from across the nation.
Kansas City Free Bus Cutbacks
In response to the Stay-At-Home order issued by area counties and municipalities, Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) in partnership with the City of Kansas City, Mo., will reduce transit service starting Sunday, April 12, 2020. Bus routes originating in Kansas City, Mo., will run on modified service with most routes using a Saturday schedule that will end at 9 p.m.
Broke-Ass Kansas City Suffers Under Lockdown
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - This pandemic continues to be a struggle for everyone, but even more so for those who were struggling with basic needs before the crisis hit. Now the gap is widening even more for people without the means to put food on the table or a roof over their head.
Gym Perks For Those Who Didn't Cancel Memberships
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Kansas City-area gyms are working to promote an active, healthy lifestyle for kids and adults during the coronavirus pandemic. Many are also trying to stay afloat. Andrew Stimson owns Front Door Fitness, which is a mobile personal training company in Prairie Village and Overland Park.
Fashionista Dip Reported
FORMER Made in Chelsea star Kimberley Garner knows the key to a good bikini is a good fit round the chest. The 29-year-old actress and swimwear designer wore one of her own creations from label Kimberley London as she paddled in US city Miami.
Navy Man Sinks
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly resigned on Tuesday following an uproar over a profanity-laced address to the crew of the coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt on Sunday, Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced. Modly submitted his resignation letter to Esper on Tuesday after meeting with his boss one-on-one, a defense official with knowledge of the meeting said.
News Dude Vs. Prez Trump
CNN's Anderson Cooper accuses Trump of 'hijacking' White House presser, trashes his response to outbreak
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper had some harsh words for President Trump on Monday night, accusing him of "hijacking" his own White House coronavirus task force press briefing. "If you tuned into it hoping you were going to hear from the country's top scientists, you were likely disappointed," Cooper began.
Heroic COVID-19 Cash Bounus
Senate Democrats unveiled a proposal Tuesday that would boost the pay of essential workers on the frontlines of the battle against the coronavirus pandemic by potentially tens of thousands of dollars.
American Democracy Delayed
President Trump said he had a friendly phone conversation with former Vice President Joe Biden Monday about the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking with TODAY's Craig Melvin, Biden said "we cannot delay or postpone" the November election, whether in-person voting is possible or not.
Private Parties Are The Future
"It's the theory that people can purchase tickets now for a discounted price to generate some immediate income for the vendors," Rachel Kennedy said. "Then, there's a party at the end of all this to celebrate everyone obviously coming back out from their respective homes."
Kansas City Baseball Alternative Considered
The last time we saw the Royals, they were in Arizona for Spring Training in preparation for the 2020 season. That might be the next time we see the Royals, too, if plans to have all games played in the Phoenix area under strict guidelines come to fruition.
Locals Unites Under Lights
The Kansas City Royals, Kansas City Chiefs And Sporting KC Join Together To #LightItBlue For Kansas City
April 7, 2020 To thank area first responders, healthcare professionals and essential workers for their tireless efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kansas City Royals, the Kansas City Chiefs and Sporting KC are joining many others in Kansas City and across the country to light national icons blue.
Local Forecast For Now
Hide Transcript Show Transcript THE POLLEN COUNT IS STARTING TO GO UP JUST A LITTLE BIT. 78 DEGREES IN THE NEXT HOUR. 75 AT 7:00. BY 9:00, THE WINDS DIED DOWN. LOW TEMPERATURES, WON'T BE THAT LOW AT ALL. 52 UP TOWARD MARYVALE. FARTHER SOUTH, MIDDLE 50'S.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .