Right now, 22-year-old Hollywood rising star hottie Caylee offers just a bit of inspiration as she shares and impressive promo shot with the message, "2020 is almost over and I'm barely hanging onto my last 2 brain cells." Accordingly, all of THAT inspires tonigh's quick peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.
Testimony After Tragedy
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - In the aftermath of the shooting at 33rd and Benton, as neighbors grieved the loss of a child and police marked off dozens of shell casings, a man known only as Jose shared his story asking that we not show his face or use his real name.
Kansas City Teachers Share Diverse Life Lessons
In the past 10 years, college enrollment has steadily increased among Latino and Hispanic groups in the United States. Education is among the top five most important issues for 84% of Hispanics in the U.S., according to a Pew Research Survey. However, navigating higher education is more difficult for first-generation students, many of whom are Latino.
Cowtown Connects Quickly
When Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Yachty, and Sueco the Child teamed up to perform " Speed Me Up " for Sonic the Hedgehog, this is exactly what they had in mind. Kansas City and its metropolitan areas are represented on a study published Tuesday, showing the cities with the slowest and fastest internet connections.
Local Jobs Delivered
FedEx Ground will begin operations next month out of a new 548,500-square-foot large package distribution center within Kansas City's Northland Park. The new distribution center at 4029 N. Pleasant Ave. is expected to create approximately 300 jobs upon opening, a count the company plans to grow as necessary to support increased demand for service in the area, FedEx Ground spokeswoman Nikki Mendicino told the Kansas City Business Journal.
Money Machine Renewed
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin clinched an agreement Tuesday to take the threat of a government shutdown at the end of the month off the table.
Longtime Republican Foes Haunt Prez Trump
The Atlantic article said Trump had shown disdain toward American soldiers who had died in service and confusion as to why they would sacrifice themselves for their country. The White House has repeatedly denied the account, but that hasn't stop Biden from expressing his outrage at the alleged remarks.
Commander-In-Chief Running Low On Campaign Cash
Donald Trump's 2020 election campaign started the day he was sworn into office. Since then, the campaign has raised roughly $1 billion and somehow has wasted most of it. Now with a cash problem and a major deficit in the polls, the Trump campaign has to figure something out - fast.
Toast To Life After Politics
John Boehner, remember him? The former Speaker of the House, whom I recall mostly for his love of tanning, his penchant to cry profusely at the drop of a hat, and for being run out of D.C. for not being racist enough for his caucus members, has finally released more details of his long-promised memoir, which will be published next April.
Clinton Fam Keeps Playing Pandemic Blame Game
Chelsea Clinton laid the blame for the U.S. coronavirus deaths at President Trump's feet on Tuesday as the death toll reached the grim milestone of 200,000 Americans. During her appearance on "The View," Clinton was asked by co-host Joy Behar "how much" she blames the president for the lives that were lost amid his response to the pandemic.
Mayor Q Good Deeds Reported
Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas was joined by Nick Conforti Jr. VP ofBusiness Development at C&C Produce this afternoon at the Don Bosco Senior Center in the Columbus Park neighborhood to help distribute free produce to community members and seniors in need.
Kansas City New School Music Man Earns Spotlight
Kansas City's own AY Young is the hardest working man in showbusiness. At age 29, his extensive bio reads more like a veteran performer: singer-songwriter, dancer, producer, entertainer, non-profit founder and entrepreneur. Young is also one of the first artists in history to power his concerts with 100% renewable energy.
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Hide Transcript Show Transcript STILL 80 DEGREES TOWARDS LAWRENCE AND OTTAWA. HERE IS A LOOK AT THE EVENING FORECAST. BREAKING IT DOWN, SLOWLY BUT SURELY, BY TOMORROW MORNING, SOME PATCHY FOG. A SOUTH WIND AT FIVE MILES PER HOUR. 61, THE STARTING POINT FOR US, LOW 60'S FOR JUST ABOUT EVERYONE, BUT 59 DOWN TOWARDS BUTLER.
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