Saturday, November 14, 2020

Kansas City Saturday News Collection

Right now the flowery goodness of angel Candice inspires us to take a peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Listen For Local Comeback

Exclusive: Robert Moore's Sonic Spectrum returns to the airwaves this January on The Bridge

Robert Moore's long-running Sonic Spectrum program has been off the air since Covid kicked in earlier this year, and officially ended its 2007-2020 run on 96.5 The Buzz when that station became Alt 96.5 in September. Moore's been posting some amazing themed playlists during the show's absence, but it's not the same as hearing his dulcet tones giving critical information...


Talking With Mayor Q

158: Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas

This week on the Northeast Newscast Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas shares his thoughts on his first year in office, discusses the city's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and his recent tours through Northeast neighborhoods Sheffield and Lykins.


Check JoCo Half Measure

Johnson County, Kansas, Commissioners Order New Coronavirus Restrictions But Stop Short Of Total Lockdown

Starting Monday, Nov. 16, Johnson County residents will be under new countywide pandemic restrictions that include an extension of mask requirements, physical distancing guidelines and earlier closing hours for bars and restaurants. The new order, approved Friday evening by the Board of County Commissioners, may eventually come with some enforcement teeth, as well.


Candice Shares Reveal

Candice Swanepoel Shows Her Strength In Sheer Lingerie And Heels

Candice Swanepoel showed her strength and a lot of skin in a stunning photo shared to Instagram this weekend. The Victoria's Secret Angel of a decade appeared in a new shot for the lingerie brand posted on November 14 as she posed in a very skimpy one-piece.


Today’s D.C. Rally

Washington, DC, rally brings together Trump voters and far-right leaders

Thousands President Donald Trump's supporters of all stripes, including right wing and far right groups, rallied in Washington, DC, on Saturday to protest the election results.


DREAM ON!!!

Federal judge rules acting DHS head Chad Wolf unlawfully appointed, invalidates DACA suspension

A federal judge in New York City on Saturday said Chad Wolf has not been acting lawfully as the chief of Homeland Security and that, as such, his suspension of protections for a class of migrants brought to the United States illegally as children is invalid. The U.S.


New All Trolling Platform

Conservatives Flock To Mercer-Funded Parler; Claim Censorship On Facebook And Twitter

Maria Bartiromo, the Fox Business host, declared herself done with Twitter two days after the election. She tweeted a link to an article that falsely claimed Democrats were trying to steal the election. Twitter hid the post behind a label warning that it contained misleading content.


Tucker Seyz Sorry

Tucker Carlson issues on-air apology over Georgia voter claims

Fox News host Tucker Carlson Tucker Carlson Overnight Defense: Afghan war critic who said Europe too welcoming to 'Muslim invaders' installed at Pentagon | Trump, Biden mark Veterans Day with wreath layings | Senate Dems warn against nixing plan to change Confederate base names New Pentagon chief hires adviser who wants quick withdrawal from Afghanistan Lincoln Project's Schmidt: Carlson could be 2024 GOP front-runner MORE on Friday apologized to viewers after a local Georgia news outlet pointed out that he had made a false claim about a dead individual illegally voting in the state.


Justice For Rick

Man arrested in New York City attack on actor Rick Moranis

A 35-year-old man was arrested Saturday in the New York City attack on actor Rick Moranis of "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" fame, authorities said. Suspect Marquis Ventura was spotted by transit officers in the subway system near 72nd Street and Broadway, a few blocks from where the Oct.


Northland Rules & Regs

Clay County gives guidance on winter sports

CLAY COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- Clay County Public Health Center is offering options for school districts on how to handle winter sports while COVID-19 cases are rising. The following options are for districts to consider based upon each districts different needs. Option #1: The school district considers a spring season option for winter sports.


Northland Rules & Regs

In The Pandemic, Artists Around Kansas City Are Finding Friendships Are As Nourishing As Solitude.

Jane Booth 's studio sits on a ridge with a commanding view of the natural prairie on a farm in Spring Hill, Kansas. Her wall-sized canvases are flooded with bold strokes of color and line. She spends a lot of time working by herself, and she likes it.


Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow

Storms move out, sun returns on Sunday

NINE-DAY FORECAST SO YOU WILL KNOW FIRST, THIS IS FIRST ALERT WEATHER. EMILY: I KNOW YOU HAVE SOME NEWS FOR US RIGHT NOW, SOME TORNADO WATCH IS GOING INTO EFFECT. NEVILLE: JUST CAME IN RIGHT NOW, WE HAVE A TORNADO WATCH AND THIS IS MAINLY FOR AREAS ON THE SOUTHERN EASTERN EDGE OF THE METRO AND TO THE EAST, THIS INCLUDES CASS COUNTY AND BELTON.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


WooHoo! Candice pics! A great way to end a crazy week!