On this rainy Sunday afternoon angel Taylor inspires this peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.
Jim Scott and David Warm spent many sleepless nights - especially in 2013 and 2014 - worried about how the Linwood Area Ministry Place (LAMP), a campus of community services at Linwood Boulevard and Bruce R. Watkins Drive, would ever survive.
Former Kansas City QB Saves His Grandchild
LOS ANGELES -- Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana and his wife confronted a home intruder who attempted to kidnap their 9-month-old grandchild over the weekend, law enforcement officials confirmed on Sunday. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Montana told deputies that his grandchild was sleeping in a playpen on Saturday when an unknown woman entered their home in Malibu and grabbed the child.
COVID Kills KC Traffic
Remember rush hour? It's now been six months since the city's traffic patterns shifted almost overnight due to the coronavirus pandemic. As of early September, traffic by passenger cars in Kansas City was down about fifteen percent from previous years, according to Derek Olson, an engineer with the Missouri Department of Transportation's local office.
Troops Confront Hard Times
Suicides among military members have spiked by as much as 20 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to the same period last year, data shows. Senior military officials say they believe that it's difficult to pinpoint what's driving the rise, though note that the timing coincides with the stateside outbreak of coronavirus.
Stalling Starts Now
Democratic Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand, Mazie Hirono and Richard Blumenthal say they will refuse to meet with Amy Coney Barrett during her Senate confirmation 'I will not meet with Judge Amy Coney Barrett,' Gillibrand asserted in a tweet Sunday afternoon.
Sept. 27 (UPI) -- Experts are predicting a surge in COVID-19 cases in the fall and winter months as new cases rise while some areas continue to lift restrictions related to the pandemic. The University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation's model forecasts that daily deaths from the coronavirus could surge from 765 to 3,000 by late December.
Prez Pee-Pee Talk
Even Biden had to chuckle at Trump's latest taunts, although the Democratic nominee opted against saying anything when a reporter asked him later Sunday about the president's demand. "He's almost ...," Biden said before interrupting himself. "No. I have no comment." Later, the Biden campaign reconsidered.
The Rock Cooks Up Partisanship
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Backs Biden In First-Ever Endorsement, Calls Kamala Harris 'Certified Badass' | The Daily Wire
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson issued his first-ever political endorsement Sunday after having a discussion with Democratic nominee Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA). "As a political independent & centrist, I've voted for both parties in the past," Johnson tweeted to his 14.8 million followers, along with a video.
Time For Taylor
Charlize Theron, Emilia Clarke and Irina Shayk all unveiled freshly cut brunette bobs at the 2019 Academy Awards, but the effortless style has long been a red carpet favourite. Here, Vogue reflects on the stars who've worn it best over the years. Is there a hairstyle more iconic than the bob?
Kangaroos Cope With Cowtown College FAIL
The challenges of being a first-generation college student have increased tenfold this year as COVID-19 runs rampant on university campuses. On top of navigating an already new experience, first generation students must deal with the universally unfamiliar situation of going to college during a global pandemic.
Dramatic Kansas City Effort To Resist Coronavirus Curtain Call
Cynthia Levin, the longtime artistic director of the Unicorn Theatre, couldn't stand the idea of a dark theater building with no audiences, no working actors, no opening nights. But that became the summer reality for the Unicorn and other Equity theater companies.
More Rain Tonight
A strong cold front moves in this morning with a line of storms developing around 12pm-3pm Temperatures fall to the 50s this afternoon with periods of heavy rain and thunderstorms The cool, fall air stays all next week with little to no rain First frost possible in northern MO by Friday morning KANSAS CITY'S MOST ACCURATE FORECAST Sunday: Falling temperatures to the 50s this afternoon with gusty wind and thunderstorms likely.
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