Hottie Lindsey has more than a handful of patriotism and right now she inspires this quick roundup of pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . .
Check Local Life On Loan
The past few months have been anything but ordinary for pawn and loan businesses because of COVID-19. Shops that expected to see people flooding the doors needing personal loans are seeing just the opposite.On any given day, Heartland Pawn in Overland Park could see just about anything come in the door.
Cowtown Science Cover-up???
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, man is doing his own research after coming across false information on social media. Steve Siegel told 41 Action News that "false information drives me nuts." Siegel is not a medical expert, but a researcher and engineer for the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Locals Take Gubmint Cash
More than 140,000 companies in Missouri and Kansas received loans under the federal Paycheck Protection Loan program, ranging from restaurants and franchisees to car dealerships to nursing care facilities. While most businesses received $150,000 in loans or less to alleviate the coronavirus' economic fallout, about 2,300 companies got $1 million or more.
Cowtown Soccer Hype Persists
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It feels like March was several years ago. It was mid-March when one of Kansas City's marquee annual events, the Big 12 Tournament, was set to tip-off. Staff at the Kansas City Sports Commission help to plan out the annual event, and were looking forward to another successful year.
Fashion Peek Tuesday
Buxom bombshell Lindsey Pelas tantalized her 8.9 million followers with her latest post, a sizzling triple update in which she showed off her curvaceous figure in a patriotic top and denim miniskirt. In the pictures, Lindsey posed in front of a textured white wall that provided the perfect neutral backdrop for her snaps.
The Trump administration announced a new set of immigration guidelines Monday that would bar many foreign college students from coming to-or remaining in-the U.S. this fall if they attend a college that will move teaching online. U.S.
EPIC Political Clap Back Against Conservative Tucker
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, who lost her legs serving in Iraq, hits back after Tucker Carlson suggests she hates America
Democratic Sen. Tammy Duckworth, a US Army veteran who lost both of her legs while serving in Iraq, rebuked Tucker Carlson after the conservative Fox News host attacked her on Monday night and suggested that she hates America.
Global COVID Turnabout
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tested positive for the coronavirus Tuesday, shortly after the presidential palace said he had been displaying symptoms associated with the disease. The government confirmed to NBC News on Monday that Bolsonaro had been feeling unwell and was running a fever of 38 degrees Celsius (about 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit).
Embattled Prez Trump Quickly Pulls Out Of W.H.O.???
The Trump administration submitted a notice of withdrawal from the World Health Organization to the United Nations secretary-general, a senior administration official told Fox News on Tuesday, after President Trump for weeks had blasted the WHO's handling of the coronavirus pandemic and what he called its pro-China bias.
Local Traffic Crackdown
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There have been fewer cars on the roads due to stay-at-home orders which were in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but the number of fatal car crashes has gone up.
Cowtown Bullet Time Tuesday
Police in Kansas City are investigating a shooting Tuesday afternoon in the 9300 block of Newton Drive.Authorities said the shooting was reported about 3:15 p.m.Police said the victim was taken to a hospital by private vehicle.No other information was released. Police in Kansas City are investigating a shooting Tuesday afternoon in the 9300 block of Newton Drive.
KC Royal COVID Scare
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Two more Royals players have tested positive for the coronavirus. The Kansas City Royals announced Tuesday that right-handed pitcher Brad Keller and first baseman Ryan O'Hearn have both tested positive for COVID-19. Both players have released a statement after giving the club permission to announce that positive test.
And is the OPEN THREAD for today . . .