Monday, July 27, 2020

Kansas City Almost Ready For Monday News



We prep for an important week and offer a FIRST LOOK at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . .

Kansas City Po-Po Training Day Considered

KCPD Regional Police Academy constantly evolves training

As the men and women of the 169th class of the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department's Regional Police Academy continue training that began in February, 41 Action News was granted a peek into the process for preparing hopeful law enforcement officers for their careers.



Kansas All-In Against Increasingly Incumbent

4 Republicans running for Kansas' 3rd District

Hide Transcript Show Transcript THE KANSAS 3RD DISTRICT. THAT'S MUCH OF THE KANSAS METRO. WE HAVE COMMITMENT 2020 COVERAGE ON THE RACE. THE THIRD DISTRICT DEBATE HOSTED BY THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. REPORTER: IN PERSON CAMPAIGNING IS RARE BECAUSE OF THE VIRUS. SO THIS WAS AN IMPORTANT DEBATE .


Show-Me Corona Cont’d

Missouri health officials call for 'aggressive actions' as COVID-19 cases rise

On Sunday, the state had its sixth straight day of more than 1,000 new cases. Missouri health officials are urging residents to take "aggressive actions" following nearly a week in which daily COVID-19 cases have reached four figures. On Sunday, the state had its sixth straight day of more than 1,000 new cases, with 1,218.


Panties Sell Out Across Pond

Next in final stages of buying UK arm of Victoria's Secret

Next is finalising a deal to take on the UK arm of the lingerie brand Victoria's Secret, which fell into administration last month. The brand, once renowned for its controversial fashion shows featuring models known as "angels", would give Next access to a potentially younger consumer.


Biden Stays In Bunker

Biden campaign declines 'Fox News Sunday' interview, 1 week after Chris Wallace's Trump sitdown

During his interview with Chris Wallace last week, President Trump questioned whether the Democrats' presumptive presidential nominee, Joe Biden, could handle the barrage of questioning that Wallace posed to Trump. The answer to that question - at least for now - we may never know.


The Wall Falls

Trump's 'indestructible' border wall collapses amid Hurricane Hanna

A video that went viral on Twitter on Sunday shows a section of the border wall toppling to the ground amid fierce wind and rain The clip became the target of widespread ridicule as critics likened the collapse to President Donald Trump's re-election campaign Some users pointed out that last


Holy Land Hot Mess Fight Over Worsening Corona

Coronavirus infections reach 60,000 in Israel as protests continue

Israel's coronavirus cases topped 60,000 infections over the weekend as thousands of people took to the streets across the country to protest the government's handling of the pandemic and demand the resignation of the Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.


Mueller Mulls Comeback

Republicans and Democrats want Mueller to testify again. They may regret it.

"I'll believe it when I see it," Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), a Judiciary Committee member, said in a brief interview. "I have seen nothing since that leads me to think [Graham] is actually going to call Mueller." Despite the public bipartisan agreement, there are real obstacles and risks to securing Mueller's testimony.


Royal Lady Fight

Kate Middleton Felt She 'Didn't Have Much in Common' With Meghan Markle and Never Pursued a Deep Friendship

Excerpts from royal reporter Omid Scobie and ELLE.com royal contributor Carolyn Durand's upcoming book Finding Freedom have been running in all this weekend, and they've given the most insight yet on what led to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's decision to step back from their senior royal family roles.


Kansas City Super Bowl Repeat Hype Reopened

Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid discuss high expectations in Kansas City

The stars of the Kansas City Chiefs have been very outspoken lately regarding the team's bright future. The comments from Tyreek Hill and Chris Jones regarding multiple titles have put the ultimate target on the franchise heading into the 2020 season.


Sporting Stays Winning

Sporting KC denies Vancouver's upset bid, advances on PKs

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) - Tim Melia made two saves during the penalty shootout, Gianluca Busio scored the deciding penalty and Sporting Kansas City beat the Vancouver Whitecaps 3-1 on penalties after the sides played to a 0-0 draw in regulation early Monday morning.


Monday Starts Soggy

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

The cold front is still on schedule and will bring rain to northern Missouri and northeast Kansas this evening. There is a chance for a few thunderstorms to make it into the metro by 10 or 11 tonight. The better chance of rain comes overnight and off and on Monday as the cold front slowly settles through the area.


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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I enjoy this lineup. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Trump v 2020

Anonymous said...

Do as I say.

Anonymous said...

There will be no Super Bowl this year.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet there absolutely will. Weird.

Anonymous said...


Look how stupid that Mahomes looks. Does he wear dentures? He looks like he's 90 years old look how big his ears are. Pretty sure he's a troll.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet he's a winner while you're here. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Oh...
Hannah hit the Coast around Tampico,
Tampico. Tampico.
Hannah hit the Coast around Tampico,
and Trump's Wall came tumbling down!

Spent hundreds of Millions to
put it up, put it up, prop it up,
spent hundreds of millions to put it up,
and it's laying flat on the ground!

Put him back in Office in 2020,
2020,2020,
back in Office in 2020,
and it's gonna cost you plenty!

That's all - no Wall!
End of saga, vote MAGA!

Anonymous said...

BREAKING--yankees -phillies game cancelled because of corona at Mariners.

might be a short season.

Anonymous said...

marlins

858 is right