Thursday, May 28, 2020

Kansas City Thursday News Link Peek

Quick review of pop culture, community news and more info from across the nation . . .

Downtown Jail Dinner Ruined

Jackson County jail's kitchen closed due to possible COVID-19 exposure

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A possible COVID-19 exposure closed the kitchen at the Jackson County Detention Center and landed several staff members and inmates in quarantine. A statement from the Jackson County Sheriff's Office does not give the date of the possible exposure or how long the kitchen was closed.

Courthouse Plan Redux

Jackson County amends phase 2 of reopening plan which starts Monday

I want to assure you that our efforts are showing positive results. We're still in a good place with all four of our recovery pillars testing PPE, hospital capacity and data. We're extending phase one. Not because Missouri has taken a step back, but because we want to make sure we're fully prepared for Phase two.

Refuge Across The Bridge

3 safe following water rescue in North Kansas City

NORTH KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Three people are safe after a water rescue in the woods near 26th and Vernon in North Kansas City on Thursday. KCTV5 News was told one of three managed to swim and then go to nearby neighborhood to call 911 for help.

Hottie Panty Promo Exposed

Irina Shayk puts on a racy display in semi-sheer black lingerie

She is the face of lingerie brand Intimissimi. And Irina Shayk put on a jaw-dropping display as she modelled their latest campaign - the 'invisible bra' - in a sizzling photoshoot for the Italian clothing label.


Stung By Twitter, Trump Signs Executive Order To Weaken Social Media Companies

President Trump on Thursday signed an executive order aimed at limiting the broad legal protections enjoyed by social media companies, just two days after Trump tore into Twitter for fact-checking two of the president's tweets. "We're here today to defend free speech from one of the gravest dangers it has faced in American history, frankly," Trump said from the Oval Office.

Accidental Endorsement

How Obama just endorsed Trump

Just when we thought we'd seen it all, heard it all, we are hit with another surreal shocker certain to wend its way into the narrative, and onto paid media as the 2020 presidential derby charges forward.

Election Hate Ramps Up

Trump retweets video declaring 'the only good Democrat is a dead Democrat'

President Trump has retweeted a video where a supporter declares 'the only good Democrat is a dead Democrat' - and the man's explanation behind the comment is even more violent. Trump retweeted a video from the account Cowboys for Trump at midnight Thursday, in which the leader of the group Couy Griffin declares 'the only good Democrat is a dead Democrat.'

Market Doubts Trade Truce

Stock futures are flat ahead of Trump's U.S.-China news conference on Friday

Stock futures were flat on Thursday night as traders braced for an upcoming news conference on U.S.-China relations from President Donald Trump. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures dipped 26 points, or just 0.1%. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures also posted marginal losses.

Kangaroo Comeback Planned

UMKC expecting to return to in-person classes for fall 2020

by: FOX 4 Newsroom Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Officials at the University of Missouri - Kansas City are anticipating a return to in-person education on campus this fall, although they noted that it's still possible classes could remain all virtual in 2020.

Kansas City QB Taking His Cut

How Patrick Mahomes could get NFL's first percentage-of-cap contract

Ever since Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes finished his third season under contract to the team - which officially made him eligible to have his rookie contract extended - one question has been on the mind of NFL observers. But the question wasn't whether or not Mahomes would become the highest-paid player in NFL history.

Golden Ghetto Booze Stays Winning From Relaxed Rules

Microbreweries And Small Bars In Johnson County Could Benefit If Voters Ditch Long-Standing Liquor Law This November

Johnson County residents will vote this November on whether to repeal a long-standing rule requiring businesses that sell alcohol to generate 30% of their revenue from food. On Thursday, the County Board of Commissioners passed the measure unanimously, placing it on the general election ballot November 3.

Rising Tide Subsides

Flooding rains are moving away

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The clouds will clear and drier air will move in. Wind: N-NW 5-10 mph. Low: 56°

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

The Roos will fly the Rainbow again. GO ROOS !

Anonymous said...

The only intelligent MAGAT is a dead MAGAT!

Anonymous said...

The despicable dimwits tweet all day everyday that they want trump dead and that’s ok amiright?

Hell, the lame stream media say it on national tv everyday, it’s funny when trump does one thing the dimwits and the media have been saying and doing for four years and suddenly he’s the bad guy. That’s rich! Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

See, I told you, 9:13 says it all day everyday. And suddenly he’s offended, poor baby.

Anonymous said...

Uhhhh..@9:29 - MAGATS aren't Trump, they're the worshiping adherents to the Church Of the ALMIGHTY GOD DONALD!

You know, that place with the three orange-haired Monkeys over the door,
hear noting but Evil,
see nothing but Evil,
speak nothing but Evil!

Anonymous said...

"UMKC expecting to return to in-person classes for fall 2020"

And yet the fall schedule has very few in-person classes. Weird. But at least parking should not be a problem for those few who attend an actual class.

Anonymous said...

Donald is my God. He can do now wrong. Donald is the smartest man alive.