Thursday, June 25, 2020

Kansas City Thursday Early Roundup

Right now longtime hottie Kim K inspires this early peek at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . . Take a peek:

Blowing Up 4th Of July Rules

Fourth of July fireworks: What's legal in your city

We've made the list, now it's time for you to check it twice before heading to a fireworks tent near you. Are you allowed to shoot off fireworks in your area? Check out our list of updated fireworks rules and regulations for cities across the metro area.MISSOURIBELTON: Allowed June 28-July 3 from 10 a.m.

KC Roads Remain Busted

State Line Road closed due to water main break

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Prairie Village Police say part of State Line Road is closed right now due to a water main break. A main broke in the 6300 block of State Line Road. No word on when the road might reopen, but you'll need to find an alternate route for now.

Locals Talk History

In this episode, The Filter talks slavery, history (aka Juneteenth) and how that connects to civil unrest

In this episode, we mark Juneteenth, also known as Jubilee or Freedom Day, dig into the history of what that day was really about and connect the dots from late 1865 to 2020. Did slavery really end that day, or did it merely evolve?

Kim Fashion Double Take

Kim Kardashian's 2019 Met Gala Corset Was 'Misplaced That Night' So She Had a Replica Made

After the Met Gala, the star took a special trip to London so acclaimed couturier Mister Pearl could remake the iconic corset for her fashion archive The star revealed that she took a "special trip" to London last year to visit Mister Pearl after the corset he created for her got lost the night of the Met Gala.

Texas Sized Surge

'Apocalyptic' coronavirus surges feared in major cities as most populous states hit record numbers

The three most populous states are setting records for new coronavirus cases daily -- and an expert fears major Texas cities could see "apocalyptic" numbers if the trend continues.


'A lot' of protestors have left Seattle's autonomous zone, leader says

The de-facto leader of Seattle's autonomous protest zone said Wednesday "a lot" of protesters have already left the area following a call days earlier from the mayor for protesters to clear out. The Capitol Hill Occupied Protest, or CHOP, in a statement posted to Twitter on Wednesday said that "very few" people remain in the protest zone, and the "CHOP project is now concluded."

Queue Up For Pandemic Cure

Who would be the first to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Who would be the first to get a COVID-19 vaccine? Probably people in the country where the first effective vaccine is developed. About a dozen different vaccines are in various stages of testing worldwide, including in Britain, China, and the U.S. This week, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top U.S.

Airline Downward Spiral Again

Europe's travel ban on Americans could be a sign of disastrous things to come for US airlines

The European Union's move to bar American travelers will likely come as a disappointment to quarantine-weary globetrotters looking to get back out into the world. For some US airlines, the ban could portend a slower, more painful slog as they try and recover from their pandemic woes.

Internets Provocateur Conspiracy???

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange charged with conspiring with 'Anonymous'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was hit with a new federal indictment on Wednesday accusing him of conspiring with hackers, including the group "Anonymous." The superseding indictment doesn't add new charges beyond the 18 counts the Department of Justice unsealed last year - but broadens "the scope of the conspiracy" that Assange is accused in, prosecutors said.

Locals Serving Justice

KC restaurant news for July 2020

Black-owned restaurants, new openings and other happenings from the KC food scene this month. Fannie's West African & Tropical Cuisine / Photo by Zach Bauman Black-Owned Restaurants As Black Lives Matter protests surge throughout the country, many are showing their support by putting their dollars into Black-owned businesses.

Faking Zoom Learning

Groups look to improve distance learning with feedback from KC parents

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Parents of school-aged children in the Kansas City, Missouri, area now have a chance to give their feedback on distance learning. A new online survey asks parents what worked and what didn't work once schools closed their buildings this spring to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Stormy Cowtown Sizzle

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Early morning storms will give way to hot and humid conditions this afternoon with highs near 90. Stay connected with us at KCTV5 NEWS.

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SMACK! said...

Very nice collection from from Kim!

Anonymous said...


Does this butt make my Ass look big?

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Anonymous said...

And we get to the heart of the current scaredemic.

"...some of the models are on the verge of being apocalyptic..."

The models always have been. It is reality that never caught up to the apocalyptic models.

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Byron Funkhouser said...

6:46, you are endangering the lives of your fellow citizens with this ignorance.

The numbers are soaring because of dumb asses like you who want to pretend there is no emergency.

Clayton Bigsby said...

no its assholes like you who are nothing but cucks and feel good about themselves to people who don't want the white man's help(except our tax money to continue hand outs)destroying shit in the name of protesting.

Anonymous said...

Bi-ron. Says it all.