Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Kansas City Tuesday Night News Stroll



Tonight we celebrate our two favorite ground-breaking Latina lingerie hotties of all time and take a walk through local headlines in order to garner a better look at pop culture, community news and important headlines amid the late night news cycle . . .


Kansas City Needs Gift Of Life

'Lowest levels ever': Community Blood Center desperately needs donations

Officials with Kansas City's Community Blood Center are in desperate need of blood donations."We're honestly at a loss for words right now," said Chelsey Smith with the CBC. "Our blood supply remains at the lowest levels it's ever been at."


Golden Ghetto Gunfire Rings Out Again Tonight

Overland Park police investigating shooting in the 6700 block of W. 83rd Street

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) - Police are investigating a shooting Tuesday afternoon. Overland Park police were called to the 6700 block of W. 83rd Street for a shooting call. When they arrived at the location, they located one person that had been shot. Police said they have non-life-threatening injuries.


Pandemic Second Wave Arrives In The Dotte

With COVID-19 cases increasing, Wyandotte County slows reopening plan

WYANDOTTE COUNTY, Kan. - Health officials in Wyandotte County are slowing reopening plans due to an increase in coronavirus cases. The county's Chief Epidemiologist, Elizabeth Groenweghe, said that the number of new cases had begun to stabilize before June 8, when Wyandotte County entered Phase 3 in their reopening plan.


Lake Fire Tonight

Report: Condo at Lake of the Ozarks catches fire Tuesday night

MILLER COUNTY, MO (KCTV) - A condo at Lake of the Ozarks has caught fire Tuesday night. According to KOLR10 News at Lake of the Ozarks, the Emerald Bay Condos in Miller County has caught fire. The Miller County Sheriff's Department says there are no injuries to report at this time.


GOP Talks BLM

Graham: Every black man in America 'feels threatened' when stopped by cops

Sen. Lindsey Graham kicked off a Senate hearing Tuesday on police brutality by contrasting his experience with police with that of his fellow South Carolina senate colleague Tim Scott to illustrate the problem with policing today and making a case for federal reform legislation.


Angels Falter Across The Pond

Victoria's Secret U.K. becomes the latest retailer to collapse into administration

Victoria's Secret's U.K. arm has collapsed into administration - the latest victim of shoppers staying at home because of the coronavirus lockdown and fierce competition from online rivals. Deloitte has been appointed administrator to renegotiate lease terms in an attempt to save the business, owner L Brands and Deloitte said on Friday.


Prez Trump Touts Familiar Phrase Amid Criticism

Trump Signs Police Reform Executive Order, But Calls for More 'Law and Order'

In a Rose Garden event, Trump signed a modest police reform executive order but then made a call for defending police and imposing law and order the centerpiece of his appearance, even as the Senate struggles to agree on reform legislation.


China Coronavirus Part Deux

Beijing Returns to Lockdown After 106 COVID-19 Cases Reported in Recent Days

Beijing is reintroducing strict lockdown measures and conducting mass testing of residents after a fresh cluster of COVID-19 cases emerged in one of its largest wholesale food markets. The Chinese capital went into what state media calls "wartime mode" after 106 new cases were reported around the Xinfadi wholesale food market in Beijing's southwestern Fengtai District.


Comedy Double Take

'30 Rock' Returns to NBC With New Hour-Long Episode That Will Double as an Upfront Special

NBC is making it 2006 again, through science or magic: " 30 Rock" is returning to the Peacock next month for a new, original remotely-produced event that will also double as an upfront special for the NBCUniversal properties. The special, which will air Thursday, July 16 at 8 p.m.


Royals Win 2020???

How the Royals Hijacked the Undrafted Free Agent Market

Last week's MLB draft opened the doors to an unusual wave of player acquisition. The draft was the shortest in history-five rounds, instead of its usual 40-thanks to an agreement finalized last month as owners sought to cut costs amid the coronavirus.


Good Deeds Accomplished By Big Money Donors

Harvesters receives $70K from Digital Day of Giving to feed KC community

KANSAS CITY, MO - The 41 Action News Digital Day of Giving on Monday raised $70,320 for the Harvesters Community Food Network, prompting an appreciative "wow" from Director of Communications Sarah Biles. "It means a lot because, for every dollar donated, we can provide free meals," she said."


Another Season Of Booze Awaits Kansas City Drinkers

Tap List | Toasting the Summer Solstice in Style

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic's economic effect on local breweries, the Kansas City beer scene has been bursting with activity the past few weeks. Breweries across the area (and beyond) are featuring new beer releases, and hosting events. Although things aren't completely back to normal, taprooms and beer patios are slowly gaining a socially distant glow just in time for Saturday's summer solstice.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

If the republicans are on a knee now, there's really nothing stopping a Democratic party sweep in 2020.

Anonymous said...


I'm not giving any blood to gunshot victims in this city.

Lindsey Graham is full of crap, he's got it backwards.

If there is a democratic sweep in 2020 then history will be rewritten, there will be lawlessness as you can see right now, and it will be each man for himself. They are the ones who put up confederate sautes and wanted to keep slavery. And you will be a dog face pony soldier, what ever that means.

Anonymous said...

Are you sure those two are "Latina" Tony?
I don't see a huge Butt or a Mustache on either of them.

Anonymous said...

Yep, one out of 1 billion have no stache and a non junk trunk, Weird