Sunday, June 14, 2020

Kansas City Sunday News Link Look



Sunday morning peek at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . .


CAREFUL AROUND KC TRAX!!!

Car struck by train at 85th & Prospect

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A car was struck by a Union Pacific train at 85th & Prospect early Sunday morning. Police were called to the scene of an injury accident at 5:15 a.m. Officers say only minor injuries were reported. The intersection at 85th & Prospect was shut down while an investigation got underway.


Kansas City Family Works For Justice After Murder

Family ups the ante in reward for arrest in unsolved Kansas City homicide

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One metro family is raising the stakes and adding to the reward money for information in their son's unsolved homicide. "Somebody's going to see him. Somebody needs to come forward and collect this money. Dylan deserves justice," Randy Hill told FOX4.


Artsy Kansas City Endures Pandemic And Protests

Pop-ups OnDelaware brings life to street, artists in River Market

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The coronavirus pandemic shut down most businesses and entertainment districts in the Kansas City metro, but some are slowly reopening and resuming normal activities as restrictions lift. On Saturday, the Kansas City River Market was buzzing with activity.


Show-Me Family Fighting For Coronavirus Cure

Guaranteed Ingredient in Any Coronavirus Vaccine? Thousands of Volunteers

Two sisters in Missouri were among the first to have an unproven coronavirus vaccine injected in their bodies. If it makes it to market, it would also be the first DNA vaccine for any disease. Not long after researchers completed their work with mice, guinea pigs, ferrets and monkeys, Human Subject 8, an art director for a software company in Missouri, received an injection.


Panty Probs Persist

Victoria's Secret Has Only Itself to Blame

The following article is a written adaptation of an episode of Thrilling Tales of Modern Capitalism , Slate's new podcast about companies in the news and how they got there. Although it's known for making products for women, Victoria's Secret was created as a shopping experience for men.


Campaign 2020 Spending Season Now Underway

Trump campaign pumps money into TV ads while Biden zeroes in on digital

The presidential campaign is slowly shifting out of virtual mode amid nationwide protests and easing lockdown restrictions despite the continuing coronavirus pandemic. The decidedly untraditional 2020 campaign continues, and President Trump and have taken diverging paths with their advertising strategies.


Second Guessing CHAZ

In Seattle's Capital Hill autonomous protest zone, some Black leaders express doubt about white allies

SEATTLE -- Tracy Stewart stands on a street corner in the newly claimed Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone and shakes her head. Young white people are wandering what's become known as CHAZ, White Claw seltzers in hand as a tuba player lofts a jaunty tune into the evening air.


China Confronts 2nd Wave

Coronavirus Outbreak, Fears Of Second Wave Lead To Beijing Lockdown

Here is how quickly things can change with this Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. After 55 days without any new reported infections and an easing back to sort of, kind of normal life in Beijing, China, lock-downs have returned. That's because a new outbreak of Covid-19 coronavirus cases has occurred.


Wendy's And Community Jobs Burn For Social Justice

Protestors light Wendy's on fire, enter interstate after Atlanta death

The restaurant caught fire Saturday after protestors broke windows at the restaurant and threw fireworks inside. Cortez Stafford, a spokesman for Atlanta fire, said the blaze grew because it wasn't safe to get to the area near the restaurant when the fire began. He estimated there were 1,000 protestors near the Wendy's.


Sound Of Success

Kansas City Jazz Native Hermon Mehari Says His New Album Is A 'Modern Mixtape Of Dreams'

Jazz trumpeter Hermon Mehari grew up in Jefferson City, Missouri, studied at the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance in Kansas City, and served as a founding member of the award-winning jazz group Diverse. For the last few years, Mehari has made his home in Paris, France.


Local Food Help Here

Mobile food pantries in south KC

Free fresh produce and other healthy food supplied by Harvesters may be picked up by persons in need during the four upcoming monthly visits to south Kansas City by a semi-truck that serves as Harvesters' mobile food pantry. The first event will run from 7 to 8:30 a.m.


Summer Hotness Cont'd

Summer heat sticks around for rest of weekend

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Trump campaign is sucking air. having trouble even drinking water.

Sorry.

Anonymous said...

^^^ notmtrue, biden has to go digital because he can’t leave the basement and it would take weeks to film one spot because he can’t put three words together.

You’re hallucinating if you think he’s gonna beat Trump, with all Trump’s flaws he’s still the only hope of the us has of recovering from the destructive despicable dimwit curse.

Anonymous said...

^^^ not true, stupid fat fingers!

Anonymous said...

Besides, Trump is going to file "Cease and Desist" orders against all Stock Markets and the OTC Market Makers, requiring them to only report when stock prices go up.

He will also ban any forecasts of rain, and no Sports Teams will be mentioned as losing any games between now and the Election.

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