Don’t Panic: Kansas City COVID-19 Quickie Coming Soon
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City will receive one of the four machines purchased by the state of Missouri to read a new saliva-based COVID-19 test. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson made the announcement Wednesday during a Facebook live briefing from the governor's mansion, where he remains in isolation without symptoms since testing positive for COVID-19 last week.
Left Turns Rescue The Dotte
For the 11th straight year, Kansas Speedway will play host to a pair of NASCAR Cup Series events.Kansas Speedway will serve as the site for NASCAR Cup Series races on Sunday, May 2, and Sunday, Oct. 24.
Sharing Pretty Pictures Of Kansas City Jazz Revival That Will Never Happen
Investor group proposes $18M mixed-use project for 18th & Vine district - Kansas City Business Journal
A fresh wave of projects floated for the 18th & Vine Jazz District could begin with an $18.1 million mixed-use development.
Super Model Earns EPIC Bling For Marriage Proposal
Victoria's Secret model Jasmine Tookes will soon trade runways for the wedding aisle! The 29-year-old model is engaged to Snapchat business developer Juan David Borrero and we have all the details on the proposal and Tookes' new bling. The engagement occurred while the pair was presumably on a getaway in the desert.
Americans Still Desperately Waiting For More COVID Cash
Stimulus Update: House Dems Delay Vote On New $2.2 Trillion Stimulus Bill; Common Ground On Stimulus Checks, But Chasm On State Aid
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats are delaying a vote on the $2.2 trillion updated Heroes Act to give more time to negotiate. The $2.2 trillion proposal included a second $1,200 stimulus check, $600 federal unemployment benefits, and over $400 billion in aid to states and cities.
Former G-Man Defends Hillary
Comey says new information that Hillary Clinton drummed up Russia controversy to vilify Trump 'doesn't ring a bell'
Former FBI Director James Comey on Wednesday said it didn't "ring a bell" when asked whether he received an investigative referral on Hillary Clinton purportedly approving "a plan" attempting to tie President Trump to Russia and distract from her email scandal before the 2016 election.
Ballot Talk Disputed
'Mailmen selling ballots. Dumped in rivers. Found in creeks': Trump makes unfounded claims about mail-in voting
WASHINGTON - Voting rights experts sounded the alarm over outrageous claims President Donald Trump made about mail-in voting during Tuesday night's presidential debate and his refusal to say that he would accept election results.
Prez Obama On Warpath
In the video, which has been shared with PBS before its release on The Shade Room, Mr Obama urges the US public to vote as early as possible for Mr Biden. "As you know, the election is coming up, and I've got just one word for you: vote," the former president says.
House Talks Prez Trump Taxes
Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.), the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee's Subcommittee on Oversight, on Wednesday requested that IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig testify before his panel, following a report from The New York Times on Sunday that President Trump paid little-to-no federal income taxes in many recent years.
Downtown Hype Redux
The Downtown Council of Kansas City (DTC) is launching a podcast! Listen in as host Kemet Coleman talks with guests who offer unique perspectives about the future of Downtown KC. The Imagine Downtown KC podcast is a deeper conversation with visionaries to imagine Downtown 10 years from now to complement the strategic planning process.
Kansas City Murder Pr0n Earns 2nd Choice Cable Love
Four of the wronged women, and Carla the bounty hunter, in Love Fraud. // Courtesy Showtime If you're obsessed with the true crime world, at this point we'd assumed that you've taken in Dirty John. The podcast (later TV adaptation) dove into the true story of a serial dater who sucked the life from his partners, and gaslight entire families into...
Fall For Now
Breezy northwest winds will settle down after sunset. Temperatures will drop quickly by then as well with lows bottoming out in the low to mid 40s. Even colder air still on the way with Friday with areas north of the river possibly getting their first frost of the season.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .