Victoria's Secret Angel & hottie Babs inspires this quick peek at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around world . . .
KC Takes It Soft & Slow
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - While some businesses are eager to reopen their doors, others want more guidance to protect their employees and customers. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said in a press conference on Tuesday that the "bottom line" is employees have to return to work "if it's safe to go back to work."
Track Hits Skids Again
ODESSA, Mo. - After more than a year in delays, the famed I-70 Motorsports Park in Odessa is dealing with another setback. This time, the delay is sparked by the coronavirus crisis. "It's been a process since last year, trying to get the facility ready, getting prepared for this major show with World of Outlaws.
Fam Thanks Community For Support After Tragedy
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The family of Overland Park Police Officer Mike Mosher, who was killed in a shootout Sunday with a hit-and-run suspect, expressed its love and gratitude for the support the community has shown. Mike's widow, Corinne Mosher, said that love was evident Tuesday as they moved her husband's body in a procession.
Babs Ready For Bikini Season
Barbara Palvin was featured in a new post shared by Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue on its Instagram account on Tuesday, May 4, in which the Victoria's Secret Angel showed off her modeling skills in a skimpy bikini. The post included a photo and a video that showed Palvin getting into the pose for the resulting shot.
Prez Trump Rebounds
The narrative seemed set: After a brief surge of public support for President Donald Trump in the early days of America's fight against the coronavirus, his approval numbers had settled back into the low 40s.
Everybody Against China
An internal report from the Communist Chinese government said anti-China sentiment is at its highest since the Tiananmen Square crackdown in 1989 because of its handling of the coronavirus pandemic and could jeopardize relations with the US, according to a report on Monday.
COVID Creep Gets Attention He So Desperately Wanted
It was a shocking and offensive sight at a San Diego area grocery store when a man showed up wearing what appeared to be a Ku Klux Klan hood. According to San Diego authorities, the incident occurred at a Vons in Santee on Saturday. On Friday, San Diego County's face-covering requirement went into effect.
Justice On The Mend
US supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who has had a series of health scares, has undergone non-surgical treatment for a gallbladder condition and was resting comfortably, a court spokeswoman said. Ginsburg, 87, had a gallstone that had caused an infection and was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, a spokeswoman said.
Diva Drops Pounds
HELLO to ADELE.
KC Critters Need Company
The Kansas City Zoo is planning to reopen with new social distancing precautions. Hear what other safety measures the zoo has implemented in the hope of reopening on May 16. Sean Putney, chief zoological officer at the Kansas City Zoo Jessica Cunningham, animal care manager of shows and ambassador animals
Buy Into Dynasty And Hope There’s No Delay
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Kansas City Chiefs single-game and group tickets are set to go on sale Friday, May 8. Season ticket members will have an online presale beginning Friday at 11 a.m. Season ticket members will be notified via email with instructions.
KC Forecast For Now
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