Sunday, December 06, 2020

Kansas City Early Sunday News Roundup

We start the morning inspired by hottie Kendall as we check pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Kansas City Tech Hope For Holidays

'Huge need': 4,200+ tech jobs open in Kansas City, staffing firm says

by: Travis Meier Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The search for tech talent is in high gear, said Harley Lippman, founder and CEO of New York-based tech staffing firm Genesis10, which has offices in Lenexa and Overland Park. "It's stronger than this time last year," he said.


Kansas City Car Crash Consequences & Indictments

19 indicted for $1.2 Million insurance fraud conspiracy

KANSAS CITY - Nineteen defendants, primarily from the Kansas City and Columbia, Missouri areas have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a $1.2 million insurance fraud conspiracy that involved false claims of injuries suffered in car accidents, according to the United State Attorney's office.


Epic Landmark Debuts

Reid maze gives new definition to 'Big Red'

ORRICK, Mo. - They call him "Big Red" but this is taking it to another level. "What I like to say is that it's my tip of the hat to Coach Reid," said Rob Stouffer of Precision Mazes. Rob has tilled a 27-acre image of Andy Reid into a soy bean field south of Orrick, Missouri.


Hottie Family Values Shared

Kendall Jenner flashes her SKIMS bra as she rocks her sisters' brands

Kendall Jenner has been enjoying a family getaway to Lake Tahoe for the holidays, ignoring CDC guidelines. And the model is keeping her looks cute during the trip, while showing love for her famous brood. She flashed her SKIMS bra and represented the Kardashian/Jenner clan Thursday on sister Khloé Kardashian's Instagram Story, rocking her sisters' brands for another beautiful winter day in Tahoe.


Prez Trump Goes Down To Georgia And Then Goes Off

Trump rails against election result at rally ahead of crucial Georgia Senate runoff

Donald Trump has held his first political rally since losing the presidential election, delivering an incoherent speech laced with baseless conspiracies theories about election fraud and attacks on Republican state officials in Georgia who have refused to help him subvert the results.


COVID Kills Record

Covid is killing more than 2,000 people a day in the U.S. as infections and hospitalizations hit records

For the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, the U.S. is reporting a weekly average of more than 2,000 Covid-19 deaths every day, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, as infections rip through the country and record hospitalizations tax the nation's health-care system.


GOP Weed Flip

Why these House Republicans voted to decriminalize weed

Five House Republicans crossed party lines to vote for the MORE Act, seeking to decriminalize marijuana federally - a stance at odds with the party, but not with the national sentiment. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., the only Republican co-sponsor on the bill was backed by GOP Reps.


Nasty Charges Against MAGA

Trump and Giuliani's star witness at Michigan hearing had been charged with obscenity

A Trump supporter from Michigan who went viral after her belligerent performance complaining about election fraud before the state legislature was previously charged with obscenity, it has emerged. Mellissa Carone, 33, a former contractor for Dominion Voting Systems, went before the Michigan House Oversight Committee on Wednesday and claimed in bizarre, oftentimes combative testimony that instantly went viral, that she witnessed a host of election misconduct at a Detroit counting center.


Caddy Rejects Future Tech

Some Cadillac Dealers Chose To Close Rather Than Sell EVs

The Wall Street Journal reports that about 150 out of Cadillac's 880 dealers chose to stop selling the brand's cars to avoid getting into EV sales. Costs for dealer upgrades may have been the deciding factor, but dealers continue to be an obstacle to electrification.


Lady Soccer Comeback

Women's pro soccer in Kansas City: Utah Royals FC to relocate back to KC, report says

by: Harold Kuntz Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Utah Royals FC, of the National Women's Soccer League, will relocate to Kansas City, according to a report from The Equalizer. Sources with the report said players with Utah Royals FC were informed the franchise would relocate.


Adjusting For Denver

Chiefs make three roster moves; Frank Clark fined by the NFL

On Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs used their official Twitter account to announce three roster moves in advance of Sunday night's game against the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium. We expected that with a high-ankle sprain, linebacker Dorian O'Daniel would end up on injured reserve.


KC Forecast For Now

Cold start Sunday, mid-40s expected by afternoon

Hide Transcript Show Transcript AND NINE-DAY FORECAST SO YOU WILL KNOW FIRST. THIS IS FIRST ALERT WEATHER. EMILY: IT WASN'T A BAD DAY TO BE WALKING AROUND OUTSIDE. IT IS COOLING DOWN FOR THE EVENING. NEVILLE: TEMPERATURES ARE BACK IN THE 40'S FOR THE EVENING BUT WE WERE IN THE 50'S AND HAD THE SUNSHINE, NOT A LOT OF WIND OUT THERE.

Little River Band - It's A Long Way There is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ass me about how much we love the Kardashians.

Anonymous said...

Close, KC - but the salvation of Sports in Kansas City is not in Professional Women's Soccer, it is in
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S LINGERIE FOOTBALL!

Guaranteed sellouts at every game held in the Sprint Center,
probably sellout every Practice Session too!

This city would soon find itself in the position of having to tear down the Glass Monstrosity that taxpayers built for the Falling Star newspaper and build an enclosed Stadium in its place.

This Sport would even generate so much enthusiasm among its fans that the lingering effects could allow the now dying "sports" (Baseball, Football, Soccer, Tennis, Badminton, Cornhole, etc.) to hang on a bit longer in the KC Area.

Anonymous said...

LOL, it takes a Salina, Kansas newspaper to report on massive insurance fraud cases in Kansas City?

What doesn't fit the SJW narrative at KC Star doesn't get reported....

Anonymous said...

^^^And it was the WSJ not the Kansas City Star that recently ran a story about KC's financial woes. Want to know what's going on in Kansas City? Subscribe to an out of town newspaper.

Anonymous said...

hmm...the insurance fraud scam has a lot of black sounding names..

oh well..better than breaking windows and looting stores

Anonymous said...

7:22 types pretty good for a 13 year old.

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