Tonight's we're inspired by 23-year-old hottie Kylie sharing a candid moment of reflection as we check pop culture, community news and top headlines tonight.
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People frequenting downtown Kansas City might do a double take next time they walk past the Sprint - ahem - T-Mobile Center. A new sign went up on the building Wednesday with its new name emblazoned in T-Mobile's signature magenta. Workers installed the sign on the center's southeast facade letter-by-letter with a crane.
Kansas City Doesn’t Want To Catch Football Fever
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - According to reports, Mecole Hardman has been placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. NFL Insider for ESPN, Field Yates, posted a tweet stating that the Chiefs have placed WR Mecole Hardman on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Harvesting Kansas City
The Giving Grove organization is providing fresh food, building communities, and offering sustainable food infrastructure by planting assorted fruit trees. Picking the pears, apples, and peaches can begin in as little as three years and The Giving Grove trains community stewards in how to maintain their new orchards.
Another Kylie Career?!?!
Kylie Jenner revealed what she wants to be when she grows up - if she wasn't already a billionaire and the fifth most-followed person on Instagram. In a new YouTube video, the reality star shared with fans that her dream job would to be a makeup artist.
Prez Trump Legal Battle For White House Stalls
President Donald Trump met with his top election advisors on Wednesday as his chances for reversing an apparent win for President-elect Joe Biden in the race for the White House looked increasingly daunting.
New Team Emerges
Biden poised to announce his chief of staff as early as Thursday, with Ron Klain the leading finalist
President-elect Joe Biden is poised to name his White House chief of staff as early as Thursday, with longtime adviser Ron Klain the leading finalist for the post, three people familiar with the matter tell CNN.
COVID Spike Cont’d
COVID-19 hospitalizations in the United States on Tuesday reached 61,964, a record high, according to data from the COVID Tracking Project. The Tuesday numbers surpass those from April 15, when 59,940 people across the country were hospitalized due to the novel coronavirus. To date, the cumulative number of hospitalizations in the U.S.
AOC Fights Democratic Party Moderates
AOC hits back after top Dem reportedly asks 'Do we want to govern, or do we want to be Internet celebrities?'
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., pushed back on Democratic leadership Wednesday, after they questioned whether or not the progressive wave, which has caught widespread attention, is actually beneficial to the party or to blame for the recent loses in the U.S. House of Representatives.
WHAT A JERK!!!
Jeffrey Toobin, who is also senior legal analyst for CNN, confirmed in a tweet he had been sacked.
Tigers Suffer Plague
COLUMBIA - Saturday's game between the Mizzou Tigers and Georgia Bulldogs has been postponed, the SEC announced Wednesday morning. In a tweet, conference officials said the postponement was due to "positive tests, contact tracing and subsequent quarantine of individuals" within Mizzou's program.
KC Fashion Forward
"Having a boost from this grant will just amplify the work I've already been putting in; no excuses to slow down now," Kansas City maker Whitney Manney said of the prize money and its timing amid the lingering COVID-19 pandemic.
Forecast For Tomorrow
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