Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Kansas City Tuesday News Double Time

Right now hottie Lindsey is promoting her upcoming calendar to her legion of loyal followers whilst talking trash about this historic year . . . As she gets things off her chest, we simply compile community news, pop culture and top headlines worth sharing.

Kansas City Chills And Waits For Corona Vaxx

Kansas City dry ice manufacturer to assist with COVID-19 vaccine distribution

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An independent committee has started reviewing Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine trial data to determine if the vaccine should be recommended for Federal Drug Administration approval next month. If it receives the green light, the vaccine must be kept in sub-zero temps to remain viable.


Cold Case Pix Debut

Baby Lisa case back in the nationwide spotlight, new documentary, new age progression photo

FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) - One of Kansas City's biggest mysteries will soon be back in the nationwide spotlight. CNN has produced a new documentary on the Baby Lisa case. Baby Lisa was 10-months-old when she disappeared from her Kansas City home in October of 2011.


Trailer Park ‘Pride’ Turns Into Kansas City Disgraceful Dump

Neighbors ready for KC to crack down on abandoned mobile home park piled high with trash

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Piles and piles of trash are the first thing you see when you drive by what once was a respectable mobile home park called (ironically) Pride on 40 Highway. Neighbor Aaron Gross said with each passing month, this abandoned trailer park gets worse.


Lindsey Looks For Squeeze

Lindsey Pelas Is Single And Taking 'Applications' For A New Boyfriend!

"I'm single and now accepting applications," Lindsey posted on Instagram. She included this -- "Rules: Cannot be a con artist. Must love dogs. No reality television or other 'odd' jobs." Now, she doesn't clarify if the possible suitors cannot have worked in the reality television business at all, or if you just can't be a Bachelorette cast-off!


PHILLY PICKS PREZ!!!

Pennsylvania certifies Biden win over Trump in state

Pennsylvania's secretary of state on Tuesday certified the results of its presidential election, confirming that President-elect Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump, Gov. Tom Wolf announced in a tweet. The Keystone State's certification of Biden's victory came a day after Michigan certified that the former Democratic vice president had won its own election.


Odds Against Democrats

'Almost impossible': As education divide deepens, Democrats fear a demographic problem for future power

WASHINGTON - Joe Biden described the presidential race as "Scranton versus Park Avenue." He slammed tax cuts for billionaires. He touted that he would be a state school graduate, not another Ivy Leaguer, in the Oval Office.


MAGA Threatens GOP

Roger Stone-Tied Group Threatens GOP: If Trump Goes Down, So Does Your Senate Majority

Conservative operatives and a super PAC with ties to infamous GOP dirty trickster Roger Stone are calling for Trump supporters to punish Republicans by sitting out Georgia's crucial Senate runoffs or writing in Trump's name instead. And though their efforts remains on the party's fringes, the trajectory of the movement has Republicans fearful that it could cost the GOP control of the Senate.


Publicity Stunt Proves Effective OR Aliens Watch Good Movies

Mystifying monolith found amid Utah rocks

2020: Another Oddity. Wildlife officials in Utah were counting sheep from a helicopter when they discovered a shiny metal monolith in a remote area that looks straight out of a Stanley Kubrick film. It is estimated to be about 10 to 12 feet high, and its glistening surface is in sharp contrast to the large red rocks that surround it.


Pundits Cry Fowl

Trump To Pardon Turkey Again, Trying To Show Normalcy Amid The Abnormal

subscribe to The NPR Politics Podcast podcast A U.S. president will again partake in the very strange and myth-filled tradition of "pardoning" a turkey at the White House Tuesday. The birds' names are " Corn" and " Cob." The White House has a poll on Twitter asking which should be spared.


Local Sad Note

KC musician still recovering 2 months after COVID-19 diagnosis

Scientists are now studying the effects of COVID-19 on people long after they've been listed as recovered. They're called long-haulers, patients who experience symptoms for weeks or months after their diagnosis. Derick Cunigan is a musician who used to belt out songs on stage.


Tribute To KC Cold Case

Former employer makes touching tribute to honor KC man who's been missing over a year

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The family and former employer of a metro man who's been missing for more than a year are determined to keep his memory alive. Johnny Thompson disappeared in July 2019. He worked at the Center for Developmentally Disabled (CDD) for a decade.


Erin Reports Winter Mix

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Today is a Storm Track 5 Weather Alert Day. We are tracking a 60% chance for rain mixing with snow across northern Missouri. High temperatures near 42.

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KCFD Salute Fallen Heroes

KCFD pays respects to communication specialist/paramedic who died from COVID-19

SOLEMN SALUTE FOR A FALLEN FIREFIGHTER MANY PAID THEIR RESPECTS OUTSIDE OF THE COMMUNICATION CENTER WERE SCOTT DAVIDSON WORKED AS A PROCESSION ESCORTED HIM HOME TO WICHITA BEFORE ANSWERING 911 CALLS AND DISPATCHING HELP HE WORKED AS A PARAMEDIC IS LONG TIME A PARTNER WHO RODE WITH HIM ON THE AMBULANCE WAS HERE TODAY, AND I KNOW HOW HARD IT'S BEEN FOR HIM AND HIS FAMILY AS WELL.


Christmas Cont'd Amid Historic Kansas City Homicide Spike

Nonprofit helping children of local homicide victims get through difficult holiday season

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - 2020 is the deadliest year in Kansas City's history. More than 160 families lost someone this year to murder. The hardest hit: their children. While each homicide has a number, many are known as Mom or Dad. "My father was Kansas City's ninth homicide of 2012, so I am the child [...]


COVID Surge Confronts Midwest

Rural Areas Send Their Sickest Patients To The Cities, Straining Hospital Capacity

Registered nurse Pascaline Muhindura has spent the last eight months treating COVID-19 patients at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri. But when she returns home to her small town of Spring Hill, Kansas, she's often stunned by what she sees, like on a recent stop for carryout.


Hot Shot Hard Time

Kansas City man sentenced to 13+ years in federal prison for selling fatal dose of heroin-fentanyl

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (KSNW) - The U.S. Attorney's Office announced Monday a Kansas man was sentenced to 167 months in federal prison for selling heroin mixed with fentanyl to a man who overdosed and died. Ramon Strickland, 44, Kansas City, Kan., pleaded guilty to one count of distributing heroin/fentanyl resulting in death.


Rock Chalk Opportunity Talk

Report cites need for economic diversity in Lawrence

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - A new report commissioned by the city of Lawrence cites a need for the community to diversify its economy or risk becoming too expensive for many people. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that the city in June hired Ernst & Young to create an economic development strategic plan.


Kansas Out Of Cash

Extended Benefits unemployment program ending in Kansas

SHAWNEE, KANSAS (KCTV) -- Kansans who were counting on extended unemployment benefits amid the pandemic will see those payments go away. The United States Department of Labor notified the state that the unemployment insurance Extended Benefits (EB) program is no longer active.


Show-Me Ferguson Legacy

Five years after Ferguson report, some say progress has come too slow

Like so many around the country, Dr. L.J. Punch was glued to the television on the night of Nov. 24, 2014. That night, the country learned that then-Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the Aug. 9 shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown Jr.


KC Fueling NextGen Tech

Inside Kansas City Public Schools' Propane Bus Fleet - NGT News

In a progressive, tech-focused city, Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) recognized an opportunity to reduce emissions and noise by replacing aging diesel school buses with propane autogas school buses. The district transports 9,100 students to 33 schools, two early learning schools and seven special programs via 141 routes each day.


Local Celeb Illuminated

Singer Casi Joy to perform at Evergy Plaza Lighting Ceremony

Singer-songwriter Casi Joy will perform at this year's Evergy Plaza Lighting Ceremony.


Check Out Old School Honors

New KC hotel in renovated 98-year-old building up for USA Today's 10Best awards

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - USA Today has unveiled its 10Best Readers' Choice nominees, and a Kansas City hotel made the cut. A panel of travel experts whittled the list to 20 nominees for the nation's best new hotels that opened in 2020. The public can vote for their favorite hotel once a day through Dec.


Kansas City Helps Amid Plague

COVID and cold weather present challenges for After the Harvest

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The rise in new COVID-19 cases and a decrease in temperatures creates two challenges for Kansas City, Missouri, based nonprofit After the Harvest. The organization collects excess produce then supplies food banks with fresh fruits and vegetables to pass out to those in need.


Local Memories Shine . . .

Look at Country Club Plaza lights from years past

91st annual Country Club Plaza Lighting set for Thanksgiving night on KMBC 9

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Better headline:

Philly Tells Trumpers To Eat It!

Anonymous said...

Trump should name one of the Turkeys Swamp and the other Election Fraud and condemn them both to a quick death.

Anonymous said...

Well @11:43, based on Trump's past performance, that would result in four years of trying to kill "Swamp" and still failing, and 22 attempts to kill "Election Fraud" with no weapons.

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Anonymous said...

First Charlie Koch tells the Conservatives that the Right-wing Welfare Office is closed, now Roger Stone tells the GOP Senate to go to hell!

Sort of a case of the Ships abandoning the sinking Rats!

Anonymous said...

"Neighbors ready for KC to crack down on abandoned mobile home park piled high with trash"

Awwwww. Is Baby Burt homeless yet again?

Anonymous said...

wtf is going on. NY post videos start with the sound turned off.

I have in the past contacted at least one organization about auto video sound and how it could awaken my child.

how reasonable, astounding, feel saner already.

Anonymous said...

one thing people like that don't like is the light shining on them at night.

remove some of the comfort zone like bushes and trees that block out light at night, just for starters.

Anonymous said...

Skanky instagram models are also not allowed.

Anonymous said...

how do you go about getting a job counting sheep from a helicopter?

Anonymous said...

The Biden Bounce hits Wall Street after the certification.

All time high over 30,000.

Bye-bye Don.

Anonymous said...

Let me know when Whore chi Minh steps down from the Senate until then TRUMP 2020.