Right now hottie Karlie and her ongoing fashionista transformation inspires a quick peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.Kansas City Finds Furry Friends For Lonely Holidays
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - On the weekend before Christmas, KC Pet Project is trying to empty its shelter of dozens of rescue pets. It's a huge undertaking. So between now and Christmas Eve, the Kansas City shelter is running a "Home for the Holidays" promotion.
Peace Amid Crime Spike
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Christmas came early for many in the Kansas City metro on Saturday. Kansas City Mothers in Charge held a Christmas event for those who have lost a loved one to violence. Theresa Nunally said the women in the organization have been a blessing.
Kansas City Corporate Real Estate Pr0n Expose
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As Covid-19 vaccines are disseminated across the metro area, Ken Block expects office deal velocity to amp back up. "I can't tell you how many deals are out there right now, sitting out there, waiting for someone at the top to say, 'OK, we feel comfortable that we can open that office,'" the [...]
Angel Earns Good Life
If you're a Selling Sunset fanatic, the decadent allure of celebrity real estate is a tempting sight-and when it comes to Karlie Kloss' newest abode, it's breathtaking to say the very least. The model and her husband, Joshua Kushner, have reportedly splurged a casual $23.5 million (approx.
PREZ TRUMP TALKS WILD JANUARY AHEAD!!!
President Trump on Saturday promised that there would be a "wild" protest in Washington D.C. on Jan. 6, as he continued to deny that he lost the election -- claiming it was "statistically impossible" for him to have been defeated.
WASHINGTON - Senior lawmakers reached a compromise over the Federal Reserve's emergency lending powers late Saturday night, overcoming a major hurdle that prevented Congress from completing a $900 billion coronavirus relief package earlier in the week, according to multiple sources. A last-minute roadblock emerged on Friday as Democrats accused Republicans, namely Pennsylvania's Sen.
Tech Blame Switcheroo
President Trump and his top advisers appear to be at loggerheads over who is to blame for the ongoing cyberattack on government and corporate computer systems - as well as its seriousness. "The Cyber Hack is far greater in the Fake News Media than in actuality," Trump tweeted Saturday in his first public comments on the crisis, pooh-poohing the dire assessments of his own Department of Homeland Security.
White House Finale
President Donald Trump convened a heated meeting in the Oval Office on Friday, including lawyer Sidney Powell and her client, former national security adviser Michael Flynn, two people familiar with the matter said, describing a session that began as an impromptu gathering but devolved and eventually broke out into screaming matches at certain points as some of Trump's aides pushed back on Powell and Flynn's more outrageous suggestions about overturning the election.
Sketchy Scientists Turn Down Sun To Save Planet?!?
(Removes typo in paragraph 11) By Alister Doyle OSLO, Dec 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Harvard University scientists plan to fly a test balloon above Sweden next year to help advance research into dimming sunlight to cool the Earth, alarming environmentalists opposed to solar geoengineering.
Local Season Of Giving Cont’d
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - A recent study by Princeton University found the pandemic has disproportionately affected the income of inner-city families. With Christmas right around the corner, some children in the metro may wake up without presents under the tree. Two local organizations teamed up to give struggling kids a great Christmas.
Kansas City Success Spillover
Already boasting an enviable delivery operation - adding seven trucks to its fleet in 2020 alone - Shatto has used its reach to partner with nearly 80 Kansas City-grown businesses to deliver their goods straight to the doorsteps and into the hands of consumers.
KELEIGH: IN ALL, CONNIE MAKES 13 DIFFERENT ITEMS OUT OF THE FATIGUES. YOU CAN FIND MORE INFORMATION ON HER WEBSITE LISTED ON YOUR SCREEN. IT CERTAINLY FEELS LIKE DECEMBER. MATT: IN TOMORROW -- KATIE: AND TOMORROW IS THE FIRST DAY OF WINTER. VERY CALM AND QUIET ON THIS EARLY SUNDAY.
HAPPY XMAS (WAR IS OVER). John & Yoko Plastic Ono Band + Harlem Community Choir is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.