Hottie model Kady doing a bit of brand work inspires tonight's roundup of pop culture, community news and top headlines.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Despite cooler conditions, construction has continued on the new KCI terminal project, which recently reached another milestone. While the terminal won't open until , crews recently hoisted one of the final steel beams of the building that will house ticketing and security.
Drunk Uncles Ruin Tech
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There is no cure for COVID-19. However, a post going around Facebook claims it can help you treat COVID-19 at home. Experts say this copy & paste cure is anything but accurate. Burton Kelso owns Integral Solutions and is a technology expert.
Kansas City COVID Hope
Kansas City (KCTV) - Some cautious optimism surrounding numbers related to the COVID-19 pandemic; new numbers are at the lowest rate they've been in weeks. The area's test positivity rate is 24.6 percent-the lowest point since Thanksgiving and the number of new hospitalizations is at the lowest point since mid-November.
Brit Hottie Branding Flex Brightens Winter Dark Days
Love Island beauty Kady McDermott has sent her fans into meltdown by modelling lace lingerie from her latest collection. The 25-year-old bombshell has teamed up with Nikki Intimates to launch her own range of barely-there underwear. Kady flaunted her slender curves in a series of sultry snaps wearing suspenders, skimpy pyjamas and bodysuits.
AMERICAN FREE MONEY COMING SOON!?!?
The House of Representatives will vote on Monday on a measure to increase stimulus checks for Americans under a certain income level to $2,000 after President Trump signed a sweeping coronavirus relief bill into law Sunday evening.
Team Biden Plays Blame Game
President-elect Joe Biden on Monday said his team has "encountered obstruction" and "roadblocks" from political leadership at the Department of Defense and Office of Management and Budget that could undermine U.S. national security during the transition. Why it matters: Biden warned that foreign adversaries could gain advantage if his team is cut out of vital information sharing with the outgoing Trump administration.
Trump Defense Rejected
subscribe to The NPR Politics Podcast podcast The House voted on Monday to overturn President Trump's veto of the gargantuan annual defense authorization bill. The vote, 322-87, was a highly unusual response to a highly unusual move by a president in rejecting the legislation, which sets policies and establishes other priorities every year for the military services.
G-Man Seyz Legalize It
I spent my professional life on the front lines of America's drug wars and rose to become one of the most prominent special agents of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. But, in recent weeks, I have been telling former colleagues that it is time for a change in culture at the agency that regulates drugs and enforces drug laws.
Nasty Pop Star PDA Offends
Justin Bieber is feeling a little frisky. Late Sunday, the 26-year-old popstar posted a raw video of himself singing his hit song Lonely to Instagram which had wife Hailey Bieber, 24, swooning - prompting a very rude response from Justin. The model commented, 'My jaw???
Local Lady’s First
There's merch now. That makes it real. // Courtesy KC WoSo Store A spot of KC's brightest sports news in 2020 has been the announcement of women's soccer returning to the metro. Between the Olympic team's success and the sport making one of the few safe returns during coronavirus, fandom has boomed and our city has long been longing for...
Kansas City Foodie Regrets
The Rieger, Brookville Hotel among 'treasured diners' that closed in 2020 - Kansas City Business Journal
A number of restaurants throughout the U.S. have been taken off the menu this year, leaving communities mourning the loss of their favorite gathering spots. In its obituary for these restaurants, The New York Times highlighted 10 "treasured diners and hidden haunts that Covid-19 closed for good."
Weather Fear Tonight
A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted for many areas around the immediate metro and northwest. This begins Tuesday morning during a time when thing may begin to get slick. Initially on Tuesday morning, I expect us to start off with some light snow or snow flurries.
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The nonprofit Suburban Balance is celebrating suburban women all year long. It recently held a virtual event called Lift Her Up, where front-line workers were celebrated."A lot of women of color don't get the recognition they deserve," said Lashawn Walker, CEO of Suburban Balance.Honoring these women for their strength and perseverance in the face of 2020 is a powerful message."You're doing a good job.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There's typically a big rush after Christmas to return gifts that just don't work out. Retailers are preparing for a flood in customers returning gifts. "As far as I can tell, I think everyone's doing a pretty good job of keeping up and being flexible," Stephen Rudis said.
Chiefs Need Time Out
The top and bottom of the NFL regular season was sealed on Sunday.
Hoping For Equal Checks
A new stimulus package approved by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump is renewing hopes for small business owners disproportionally left out of the first round of billions in loans and grants this summer.The package sets aside $12 billion in funding for minority-owned and very small businesses through paycheck protection funding with Community Development Financial Institutions and Minority Depository Institutions.
Digital Divide Price Spikes
The new year will bring price hikes for some Comcast subscribers. Starting Jan. 1, 2021, the largest cable TV and internet provider in the U.S. will raise prices for certain services nationwide, Ars Technica reported.
Local Dude Clean Up COVID With Tech Innovation
A thin copper sticker is Matt Robb's idea.The antimicrobial surface can be placed on high-touch areas, such as pens or door handles, quickly killing bacteria and viruses.
Kansas Power Moves
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Kansas Senate will have two new committees, including one focusing on ethics and government transparency issues. Incoming Senate President Ty Masterson's appointments of new committee leaders for 2021 reflect turnover in the Republican supermajority's top leadership. Masterson, incoming Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop and Vice President-elect Rick Wilborn are giving up committee chairmanships.
Show-Me Fight For Justice
JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- A mother is hoping new evidence and recent interest from the Missouri Supreme Court can help exonerate her son from a life sentence. "It's hard not to see my son at the door on Sunday morning, it's hard that I can't hug him," says Eve Moffatt.
Snow Day Awaits
Snow Creek says it will open for business on Wednesday.The ski resort said it will be open from noon to 9 p.m. for skiing, snowboarding and tubing.Snow Creek said that face masks will be required indoors and outdoors, physical distancing is required and on-site transactions will be cashless. Snow Creek says it will open for business on Wednesday.
Street Life Revealed
Kansas City has a rich history dating back to the early-1800s when the city was founded. You can find a piece of history in just about every corner of the city, which could leave you wondering - what historical significance does my pocket of the city have?
Dog Gone Shame
SHAWNEE, KS (KCTV) -- It's a bittersweet day for the Shawnee Police Department as they announced the passing of a beloved retired police K9. K9 Fall proudly served the Shawnee Police Department and his community from 2015 until his retirement in March 2020.
Hipsters Remember Plague Year
Photo by Kelly Sikkema It's been a rather annoying year, to say the least. The after-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have caused major isolation across the world. The 2020 U.S. Election and handling of the pandemic by the Trump administration divided the country more drastically than anytime I've seen during my life.
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