We start the weekend with a peek at pr0n life promo working its way into the mainstream which, in turn, inspires a somewhat more important glimpse at community news, pop culture and top headlines.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Commended for his exceptional valor in the face of grave danger, a Kansas City police officer nearly killed in the line of duty this summer was awarded the Metropolitan Chiefs and Sheriffs Association "Officer of the Year." Officer Tyler Moss was identified as that officer for the first time on Friday . . .
Kansas City Zoo Celebrates Another COVID Captive
MADISON, Wis. - The male polar bear that recently left the Henry Vilas Zoo is officially making his public debut in Kansas City. Nuniq has spent the last 30 days in quarantine since leaving Madison. He received a clean bill of health from Kansas City Zoo officials on Wednesday and was introduced to the public on Thursday.
Westside & Sugar Creek Libraries SHUT DOWN Amid Worsening COVID-19 Spike
Two Kansas City Public Library branches will close temporarily amid the COVID-19 pandemic. KCPL announced Friday that the Irene H. Ruiz Biblioteca de las Americas and Sugar Creek Branch are shutting down as the library system consolidates staff and services at larger locations.
A group of adult film actors went au naturale in nature and may now be facing charges for going wild in a Mexican national park. Alex Marín, Mía Marín, Giselle Montes and Yamileth Ramírez filmed a four-way as their boat made its way down the Grijalva River at Sumidero Canyon in Chiapas, Mexico, last week, prompting the National Commission of Protected Natural Areas talks to seek charges against them, saying it harmed a national icon.
Government By Decree Stays Winning In 2020 And Beyond
subscribe to The NPR Politics Podcast podcast President-elect Joe Biden won the presidency in large part because he promised to be the anti-Trump on policy, temperament, tone and just about everything else. But two men who helped run the Obama White House are urging him to follow President Trump's example in a specific way: by unapologetically leaning on executive actions to implement key policies.
Pardon Prez Trump?!?!
With high confidence, here is what I see as the most likely ending to the Trump presidency. First, President Trump Donald John Trump Trump: New York won't receive COVID-19 vaccine immediately Biden considering Yellen as possible Treasury secretary: report Trump puts Giuliani in charge of election lawsuits: report MORE has been defeated for reelection.
Kansas Billionaire Recants
GOP mega-donor Charles Koch said he regrets his decades of partisanship and now wants to focus on bridging the political divide, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. In an interview shortly before the election, the 85-year-old libertarian tycoon told the newspaper that after funding conservative causes, he is turning his attention to issues like poverty, addiction, gang violence, homelessness and recidivism.
Prez Trump Smart & Silent Strategy Revealed
Before the event, aides had urged Trump to not take questions so the headlines from the event would simply be about the success of a potential vaccine. For once, he listened.
Happiest Place In The World Lashes Out COVID Limits
Walt Disney Co. executives slammed California officials on Thursday for not allowing Disneyland to reopen, perhaps for months, as the company reported a nearly $600 million loss for its fourth quarter. In an investor presentation Thursday, Christine McCarthy, senior executive vice president and chief financial officer, said Disneyland would not reopen before year's end because of California's stringent coronavirus pandemic guidelines.
Kansas City Restored
Billie's Grocery is, in Ernest Hemingway's inimitable words, the epitome of a 'clean, well-lighted place.' (Think Meryl Streep's soaring, white restaurant in the movie It's Complicated.) Located in a turn-of-the-century building that Kansas City architect Nelle Peters designed, it was many years in the making with the help of architectural historian Cydney Millstein and Owner Robin Krause.
Public TV Partakes In Clickbait Chiefs Merch Promo
How would you like Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes hanging around the house this holiday season? It's possible, sort of, for less than $25. Mahomes is the 26th member of Hallmark's long-running Keepsake Ornaments Football Legends series. A 5.25-inch styrene replica of the 6-foot, 3-inch Mahomes is back in the lineup of holiday sporting ornaments for the second consecutive year.
Katie Shares Harsh Forecast
Hide Transcript Show Transcript I LOOK AT OUR 12-HOUR FORECAST A FEW SHOWERS ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS THIS MORNING MAINLY SOUTH AND EAST OF KANSAS CITY WIND WILL BE AN ISSUE THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON GUSTING TO 35 MILES AN HOUR. BUT BECAUSE IT'S A SOUTH WIND WE CLIMBED A 63 DEGREES THIS AFTERNOON IMPACT TRIANGLES FOR THIS EVENING.
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