For our early bird news watchers we offer a peek at the newsworthy fashion goodness of Sofia, not only a social justice warrior but also an alleged "special friend" of B-ball activist and Red China apologist LeBron James. And all of this inspires another compilation of community news, pop culture and info from across the nation and around the world . . .
Kansas City Hipster Foodies Fight Trending Hunger
A 1953 Spartan Aircraft Trailer Coach parked outside a warehouse near Southwest Trafficway is the newest community kitchen to join the fight against hunger in Kansas City. The 35-foot trailer is flanked on its sunny side by a set of yawning 14-foot pit cookers big enough to cook 60 pork butts at a time.
Midwest University Life Now Even More Overrated
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Colleges and universities across Missouri and Kansas are bracing for significant changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic as they prepare to reopen campuses for the fall semester. The University of Kansas and University of Missouri will require masks on campus, though Mizzou's policy only requires masks inside campus buildings.
Kansas City Backflips On Pandemic Precautions & Opens SOME Pools
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Here's cool news, just in time for the ongoing summertime heatwave. Kansas City Parks and Rec leaders hope to open three public swimming pools after all, something they'd originally ruled against during the COVID-19 pandemic. A spokesperson for Parks and Rec told FOX4 they'll need to hire 50 lifeguards before the pools can open.
Fashion Hotness Reviewed
Sofia Jamora has been keeping her 2.7 million Instagram followers captivated with a variety of bikini pics lately, and her newest share was no exception. She struck a couple of poses in the two-part photo set and flaunted her figure in a neon orange bikini.
White House Talks Tough On Controversial Tome
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday accused former national security adviser John Bolton of being a "traitor" in a forceful rebuke of Bolton's new book.
D.C. Swinger Screws GOP
Bret Baier: Chief Justice Roberts 'appears to be the new swing vote' on Supreme Court after DACA decision
"Special Report" host Bret Baier told " Bill Hemmer Reports" Thursday that Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts "appears to be the new swing vote" on the highest court in the land. Baier compared Roberts to Anthony Kennedy, who was nominated to the court by Ronald Regan and served as the swing vote on many 5-4 decisions, most notably the case of Obergefell v.
One More Middle-Class White Lady Disappointed
Democratic Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar said Thursday she was dropping out of the race to be picked as Joe Biden's running mate, saying she will instead advocate for a woman of color to be the Democratic party's pick for the position.
Super Power Slap Fight Earns American Attention
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The United States offered condolences to India on Friday over the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers killed in vicious hand-to-hand combat with Chinese troops during a clash on the two Asian giants disputed mountainous border earlier this week.
COID Tech FAIL Across Pond
Britain swore an oath of sovereignty against Apple and Google earlier this year, resolving to devise a workable contact-tracing app that didn't have to cave to Apple and Google's user privacy demands.
Check Ballpark Figures
Baseball is in a troublesome place. They are the lone major North American sport that has had their entire season currently wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic so far. Other leagues are formulating plans to restart (subject to the second wave of infections...
Get Well Soon: Kansas City Coach Potato Injury
Kansas City, MO - It's been more than four months since the KC Chiefs won the Super Bowl and one die-hard fan is still recovering. It's not from a months-long hangover or from a lingering haze from the sheer amazement of the win, rather Crystal Tipton is recovering because as she jumped for joy...
Waiting For The Rain
The pattern changes tonight and early Friday with thunderstorms that roll in from the northwest
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