This morning we awake to Sommerinspiration and a peek at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . .
At Least One Kansas City Biz Booming This Summer
KANSAS CITY (WDAF) - The coronavirus is causing cities all across the metro to cancel July firework celebrations. But as the first day of legal firework sales kicks off in Missouri, some stores are already reporting major sales. "This is the biggest opening date we have had here for sure," owner of Big Mac's Fireworks, [...]
Skeptics Target Royals
In preparation for a potential 2020 season, I'm going around the major leagues and writing some mean things about each team. This edition will go to the wonderful state of Kansas Missouri to hate on the Royals.
Taxes Never Locked Down
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, man was sentenced on Friday to eight-and-a-half years in federal prison without parole in connection to a $2.5 million tax fraud scheme that included stealing his childrens' identities. Michael A. Kheop, 53, was found guilty on Dec.
Summer Shares Fashion And Health Inspiration
Sommer Ray just shared a new set of swimsuit selfies on Instagram. Unsurprisingly, she looks great in each photo. Consisting of six mirror selfies, the gallery post finds Sommer Ray rocking a rust-colored, one-piece swimsuit. Shot to capture a variety of angles, the pictures nonetheless have one thing in common: their subject looks stunning.
Prez Trump Camp Scrambles After Rally FAIL
Donald Trump's campaign manager, Brad Parscale, was under pressure on Sunday after claiming hundreds of thousands of people had applied for tickets to the president's return to the campaign trail in Tulsa, only for the rally to attract a sparse crowd.
Supreme Decision Awaits
Chief Justice John Roberts is under the microscope as the Supreme Court prepares to issue its first major ruling on abortion rights in the Trump era, which will give the clearest indication yet of the court's willingness to revisit protections tha
War Hawk Book Tour Starts
The president's former national security adviser discussed his new book. MARTHA RADDATZ: Ambassador, I want talk to you about specific foreign policies, and go country by country. But what I want ask you first is a very simple question. Why is this the book President Trump doesn't want anyone to read?
2ND WAVE WEAKER!!!
Health officials in South Korea believe the country is going through a second wave of coronavirus, despite recording relatively low numbers.
Brits Confront Cont’d Terror War
Three people were stabbed to death in a "terrorist incident" at a park in a town just outside London on Saturday, police said. Three others were left seriously injured in the attack. The attack took place in Forbury Gardens, a public park in Reading, a large town around 40 miles west of London, at around 7 p.m.
Don’t Let These Dogs Out
A new study has uncovered which dog breeds are at a higher risk of experiencing heatstroke during the summer months - and they found that, sadly, flat-faced dogs are more likely to suffer. In fact, brachycephalic dogs (breeds with shortened snouts) are twice as likely to suffer heatstroke compared to dogs with an average muzzle, such as Labradors, because they already struggle to breathe when resting.
Local Family Fights Back After Tragic Crash
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An Olathe teenager is no longer with us and his father and brother are fighting for their lives at the University of Kansas Health System. His mom, Missey Payne, struggles to speak her late son's name. Caden, 14, was killed in a terrible crash on June 5, 2020.
Dust Storm Sparks EPIC Sunlight Across The Globe
FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) -- Chances are you've heard the saying, "Red skies at night, sailors delight." The old adage refers to the color of an evening sky foretelling of clear weather for the next day. The red skies are caused by the scattering of sunlight because of water vapor and other minute particles in the sky at sunset.
Khruangbin - Pelota is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .