Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Kansas City Midweek Late Night News Links

For "hump day" late night we're inspired by hottie Siri Dahl and her next level pr0n game winning amid a successful comeback. And so we offer this roundup of pop culture, community news and top headlines for our fellow news junkies.


Midwest Coronavirus Worsens

COVID-19 death toll reaches record levels in Kansas, Missouri

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri and the seven-county Kansas City region reported a record number of deaths Wednesday, according to data from state and local health departments, as the death toll across Kansas and Missouri from the COVID-19 pandemic surges.


Supreme Health Decision

With Obamacare before Supreme Court, local patients, political experts watching Trump's nominee

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Supreme Court is set to take up a challenge to the Affordable Care Act a week after the presidential election, but the prospect of a new Supreme Court justice has patients with pre-existing conditions paying close attention. One such patient is Lee's Summit resident Greg Williams, who lost a kidney [...]


Heartland Nuke Legacy Endures

Retired Minuteman Missile Sites Remain as Relics of the Cold War

On a farm near Boonville, Missouri, a dog house sits on the north side of a grassy field. Farm equipment also juts into the plot, taking up nearly a quarter of the perfect rectangle of land fenced off from the rest of the world.


Women Finally Stay Winning The Internets Pr0n Game

Porn Star Siri Dahl on Why OnlyFans Is (Virtually) the Only Platform That Matters for Sex Workers

"The DUFF" star Bella Thorne inadvertently drew the ire of sex workers after racking up $2 million in just one week on website OnlyFans, a popular destination for porn stars and their fans.


Prez Trump Won’t Go Quietly

Biden on Trump's refusal to commit to peaceful transfer of power: 'What country are we in?'

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden President Trump Donald John Trump Omar fires back at Trump over rally remarks: 'This is my country' Pelosi: Trump hurrying to fill SCOTUS seat so he can repeal ObamaCare Trump mocks Biden appearance, mask use ahead of first debate MORE 's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power on Wednesday.


GOP Volunteer Effort

Steve Bannon Urges Republicans To Sign Up As Election Officials And Contest Every Mail-In Ballot

Former White House chief strategist and accused fraudster Steve Bannon told attendees during a Wednesday night livestream held by the Metropolitan Republican Club that they should sign up as election officials to contest every mail-in ballot in November, as he alleged a think tank called the Transition Integrity Project will "steal" the election from President Trump.


Late Night Conspiracy Chatter

The Trump Campaign Is Reportedly Plotting an Election Coup to "Bypass" a Biden Win

Donald Trump has been throwing everything he's got at the 2020 election to ensure a favorable result or otherwise undermine the outcome: Sowing doubt in the legitimacy of mail-in ballots. Screwing with the Postal Service that will handle them. Trying to recruit "law enforcement" as poll watchers.


Celebrate Zoo Science

Skin cells collected at Kansas City Zoo may prove vital to preserving endangered species

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Research similar to the movie "Jurassic Park" is happening locally, and it could lead to extinct animals one day making a return. FOX4 News is examining the cutting-edge partnership between the Kansas City Zoo and the Frozen Zoo in San Diego that could also preserve endangered species.


KC Royals Play For Pride

Perez and Cordero hammer four home runs in 12-3 win over Cardinals

The Royals and Cardinals faced off for the sixth and final time this season on Wednesday Night. Sparked by the "Magma Hot" Salvador Perez, Kansas City smacked St. Louis 12-3 to claim the rubber match and earn a split in the season series. It's also the first series win over the Cardinals at Kauffman Stadium since 2015.


Amazing Autumn Cont’d

Thursday will be sunny with highs in low 80s

Hide Transcript Show Transcript RAINS IN THE TENNESSEE VALLEY EVENTUALLY HEADING UP TO THE OHIO RIVER VALLE BACK IN OUR SKIES FOR SPORTING KC TAKING ON ORLANDO CITY SC, CLOUDY SKIES AT KICKOFF AND AROUND 74 DEGREES. MILD TEMPERATURES FOR THE SECOND HALF AND LESS CLOUDINESS. OUR LOWS BY TOMORR MORNING.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's quite a spread!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- HUMPIN' TO PLEASE

When Siri scored the commercial for the freight haulers association, she just had to lean forward and say, "We take your big loads!!!"