Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Kansas City Tuesday News Link Show & Tell



Just for old time's sake we celebrate Lucy's body of work that inspires us to keep up with today's pop culture headlines, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . .


Celebrate New KCI Cash

KCI receives $6M grant from FAA to reconstruct main runway

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City International Airport received a multi-million grant Tuesday to replace its main runway. The Federal Aviation Administration , or FAA, announced $800 million in grants, including $6.25 million for KCI.


Golden Ghetto Cancels 4th

Overland Park cancels Star Spangled Spectacular fireworks show

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The city of Overland Park announced Tuesday that their Star Spangled Spectacular fireworks show will not be held on July 4 as originally planned. The annual event at Corporate Woods Founders' Park was scheduled to be a fireworks-only celebration. The city said guests were encouraged to remain distant at the park [...]


Kansas City Science Test

Metro company testing if its machine will purify air of COVID-19

LENEXA, KS (KCTV) - People are socially distancing, wash their hands and wearing masks, in an effort to protect themselves against COVID-19, but is it possible to also clean the air they breathe? Lenexa-based Synexis says it's found a way to "scrub the air" of all kinds of viruses, and several area restaurants are already putting it to the test.


We’ll Always Remember Lucy

Who is Lucy Pinder?

PAGE 3 bombshell Lucy Pinder appears on Big Brother's Best Shows Ever this evening. Pinder is back tonight on Big Brother's Best Shows Ever, which is hosted by Davina McCall and Rylan-Clarke Neal, and airs on E4. Lucy Pinder is a 36-year-old brunette, who is known for being a glamour model, TV personality and actress.


MSM Blaming Prez Trump For Russian Bounty Crisis

Trump's Explanation For Ignoring Russia Intel Is Looking Worse and Worse

The White House has apparently known of possible Russian bounties on Americans in Afghanistan since early 2019, pushing the timeline back a full year earlier than when the administration was initially thought to have learned of the intelligence. The shocking findings that a Russian military intelligence agency offered rewards to Taliban-linked militants for attacks on U.S.


In Defense Off The Prez

Rep. Kinzinger explains why question of Trump being briefed on Russia bounty intel is 'irrelevant'

Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., told Fox News Radio Tuesday that it is unlikely President Trump was briefed on intelligence that Russia secretly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing American troops in Afghanistan due to the information's unverified nature. "I don't think the president was briefed," Kinzinger told "The Brian Kilmeade Show."


Pandemic Out Of Control

Dr. Anthony Fauci says U.S. coronavirus outbreak is 'going to be very disturbing,' could top 100,000 new cases a day

The U.S. is "not in total control" of the coronavirus pandemic and daily new cases could surpassed 100,000 new infections per day at some point, White House health adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday.


Brits Soldier On

This is the moment to be ambitious - PM

Boris Johnson has said now is the time to be "ambitious" about the UK's future, as he set out a post-coronavirus recovery plan. The PM vowed to "use this moment" to fix longstanding economic problems and promised a £5bn "new deal" to build homes and infrastructure.


Scary Local Debut

Horror movie filmed in KC area premieres Thursday

A movie filmed in the Kansas City area is about to hit the big screen. The horror film "I Am Lisa" premieres Thursday at the Boulevard Drive-In Theatre.The movie was filmed with a mostly local cast and crew. At a time when there's not much new being released, the director said he is anxious to get it before an audience.


Foodies Fight For KC

Chef Collective KC cooks up plan for long-term sustainability as pandemic, hunger persist

The global pandemic didn't create Kansas City's food insecurity challenges, said Jon Taylor, but COVID-19's impact did expose how quickly the line can be blurred or even erased for those looking for their next meal.


Steamy Kansas City This Week

Hot temps continue Wednesday

Hide Transcript Show Transcript PER HOUR. YOU CAN SEE THE CAMERA MOVING IN THE BREEZE. TEMPERATURES WILL STAY IN THE 80'S OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF HOURS. THIS IS FOR NORTHWESTERN MISSOURI, NORTHEASTERN KANSAS. I WANT TO GIVE YOU THE FIRST ALERT. THIS IS THE TREND FOR RAIN TO MOVE IN BEFORE DAWN.


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

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

that's waaaaaaaaaay more than a handful of links!