Monday, May 04, 2020

Coco And Back To The Kansas City Grind


Hottie Coco inspires this midday peek at pop culture, community news & more as many locals return to work and are in the thick of it right now . . .

Nick Picks Local Stories

Nick's Picks: Reopening Week Comes With Many Questions

A new month comes with new questions about how to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting today, the state of Missouri reopens after a more than month-long shutdown. The state of Kansas is also easing restrictions to allow restaurants, retailers and places of worship to open their doors.

Golden Ghetto Agreement After Weed Bust Gone Wrong

Leawood Family That Was The Target Of A Botched SWAT Raid Settles Lawsuit For $150,000

A Leawood family that was the target of a botched SWAT raid eight years ago when sheriff's deputies barged through their front door looking for a marijuana growing operation has settled its lawsuit for $150,000. The settlement was unveiled Thursday in federal court in Kansas City, Kansas.

Pandemic Life Lesson

This Kansas City Man's Mother Died Alone, But He Finds Lessons In How She Lived For This Pandemic Era

Norman Rasmussen, 59, is a cheery IT professional who is also an interim pastor at Vineyard Church, which is located north of the river in Kansas City, Missouri. He and his three siblings lost their dad a few years ago. That was a blow, but they still had their mom.

Prez Trump Tests Congress

Trump takes swipe after Pelosi, McConnell decline coronavirus testing offer

President Trump on Monday appeared to take a swipe at congressional leaders on Monday, calling it "interesting" that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would turn down a White House offer to implement rapid coronavirus testing at the Capitol as lawmakers return to work.

Rally Around The Veep

Secretary of Senate declines to disclose information on Tara Reade complaint against Biden

The Secretary of the Senate has informed Vice President Joe Biden Joe Biden Whitmer says she believes Biden on assault allegation Republicans' dangerous weaponization of Tara Reade's allegation against Joe Biden Biden accuses Trump of 'all-out assault on the media' during World Press Freedom Day MORE that it has "no discretion to disclose" the existence of former aide Tara Reade's complaint of sexual harassment against the senator in 1993.

European Reopen Stinks

Europe is in a new phase of reopening, but it's hardly a return to normal

Millions of people across Europe were returning to some semblance of their former lives Monday as more countries across the continent began to reopen after weeks or months of coronavirus-related lockdowns. But not everyone is happy with how the "new normal" looks.

Reality Check: Prez Trump White House Talks 3K A Day Coronavirus Death Toll

Coronavirus US live: Trump says 'we may have to put out a fire' if second wave hits as deaths reach 67,000

The president claimed he had 'saved hundreds of thousands of lives' at a Sunday Town Hall, after revising his death estimate as US figures climb

Biz Leaders Demand Prez Pause On China Trade Fight

Cramer says Trump can't raise tariffs on China with 30 million unemployed: 'That is 1932'

CNBC's Jim Cramer warned Monday that the U.S. economy may be too weak right now to handle another trade fight with China and discouraged the Trump administration from imposing a new wave of tariffs against Beijing.

Coco Well Remembered

Ice-T's Wife Coco Pulls Down Red Panties To Reveal Thick Booty In Racy Throwback

Mega / Instagram Coco Austin isn't shy about showcasing her hourglass figure and is reminding everyone where she got her start. The 41-year-old made her followers drool when she posted a thirsty throwback where she appeared nearly nude ahead of the weekend.

Local Hipsters Keep Tradition

Our mandatory 'May The Fourth' content is the tale of a cat birthday party

A perfect birthday baby. // Photo by Brock Wilbur Today is "May The Fourth", a day for the traditional celebration of the Disney IP Star Wars. It is based on the saying "May the Force be with you" from the movies. I doubt I needed to explain that to you, but you never know.

Police Help Colleagues Grieve

Local officers to fill shifts so Overland Park officers can take the day off, grieve loss of officer killed in line of duty

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The Overland Park Police Department will give all of their officers the day off Monday to grieve the loss of Officer Mike Mosher who was killed in the line of duty Sunday, Police Chief Frank Donchez said. Officers from Johnson County and Wyandotte County will fill all of the department's open [...]

After The Storm

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Today is a Storm Track 5 Weather Alert Day. We are tracking an 80% chance for scattered storms today with a high in the middle 60s. Large hail and damaging

BANDA MS FEAT. SNOOP DOGG - QUE MALDICIÓN is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

In the thick of it? I see what you did there.

Nate Higgers said...

Burn the coal, pay the toll. Stay classy TKC.

Byron Funkhouser said...

In 1847, the Choctaw Nation sent aid to Ireland to help with the potato famine.

The Irish never forgot, & have now sent over one million dollars in aid to the Native Americans.

Anonymous said...

Who gave the Choctaw nation the $170 to send to Ireland?

Anonymous said...


When the pole dancer lost her job at the gentleman's club, she took the opportunity to start her own drive-thru service!!!

Anonymous said...

RIP Mike Mosher , thank you for your service.