Recently, eternal hottie Pamela shared a bit of mask advocacy for another good cause and starts our #TBT beautifully with this peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A large water main break was reported near the Ameristar Casino early Thursday morning. Crews were called to Northeast Birmingham Road just before 5:30 a.m. for the break. KC Water officials said a 12-inch main is leaking, but the cause is still unknown.
Local Car Crime Spikes
PARKVILLE, Mo. - A Parkville woman says she was determined to stop thieves from stealing her car, so she took off after them in the truck they left behind. Surveillance video shows her chase the criminals in the parking lot at Please Stop! on N.W.
Meet New JoCo Top Cop
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The City of Lenexa has a new chief of police. Deputy Chief Dawn Layman will move up to serve as police chief after the retirement of Chief Thomas Hongslo. According to the city, Layman has been with the department for 27 years.
Celebrate Best Of Breast
FASHIONS don't just come and go in clothes. They change in boobs, too. Love Island star Anna Vakili has revealed she is furious with herself for giving in to the trend for having giant breasts seven years ago, taking her from a B cup to an E.
COVID Vaxx Endorsed
Former Presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton volunteer to get coronavirus vaccine publicly to prove it's safe
The three most recent former presidents hope an awareness campaign to promote confidence in its safety and effectiveness would be a powerful message as American public health officials try to convince the public to take the vaccine.
PROOF OF FAIL!!!
In yet another unhinged election fraud hearing on Wednesday night, Trump campaign attorney Rudy Giuliani-who recently had hair dye leaking down his face during a press conference in which he quoted My Cousin Vinny -appeared to be so embarrassed by one of his witnesses that he tried to shush her.
Tucker Touts Conspiracy
Tucker Carlson: The coronavirus pandemic is a global fraud perpetrated by China, abetted by the powerful
You've heard a lot recently about "voter fraud" and "election fraud." But now comes more profound news, of a global fraud that began long before Election Day and has ruined millions of lives, killed hundreds of thousands, and deeply affected the outcome of our presidential election. We speak, of course, of the coronavirus pandemic.
AOC Picks Losing ‘Defund’ Fight With Former Prez Obama
AOC pushes back on Obama's 'defund the police' critique: 'The whole point of protesting is to make people uncomfortable.'
Following former President Barack Obama's critique of the "defund the police" slogan on Wednesday, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., offered a counter argument. "Do you want to actually get something done, or do you want to feel good among the people you already agree with?" Obama said.
Celeb Cuts Costs
Play video content ABC George Clooney 's giving all the doubters proof he really does cut his own hair ... with a Flowbee, and Jimmy Kimmel got to see it up close. As you've no doubt heard, George made headlines by revealing he's a longtime user and fan of the DIY-haircutting device -- famously lampooned in "Wayne's World."
Jazz Centennial Remembered
Dave Brubeck's muse kept him company right up until the end. And eight years after his death on Dec. 5, 2012 - just one day shy of his 92nd birthday - the Concord-born pianist and composer continues to bestow new gifts.
Sharing Local Goods
On 90.9 The Bridge, we seek out the best music to share with you, 24/7. We support local artists. We reacquaint you with your favorites. We introduce you to some new ones too. 90.9 The Bridge counts on you to provide essential funding today to help power the music you'll rely on in 2021.
Erin Forecasts This Week
We are tracking a 30% chance for rain/snow showers. You could see a quick rain or snow shower this morning, but we do not expect this will impact travel or give us any accumulations of snow. Clouds will clear by later this afternoon
Dave Brubeck - Take Five is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now. Keep going for more local links . . .Faith Fights Fear
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - - The COVID-19 crisis is now affecting everyone, but research shows Black Americans are disproportionately affected negatively. That's why African American churches are now teaming up with UMKC and the KC Health Department to start speaking up about it at church.
Kansas City, Kansas' new Taco Trail highlights 50 taquerias with a map to navigate a vibrant culinary adventure. Within the last decade, the taco scene here has exploded, making Kansas City among the go-to U.S. destinations for local, authentic tacos. Why tacos?
Locals Gifting PPE
LENEXA, Kan. - The coronavirus isn't just affecting people's shopping habits this holiday season, it might also affect their gift lists. There are no doubt going to be some designer and themed masks gifted this year. Though, it probably won't be the kids favorites bottles of hand sanitizer will likely also find their way into [...]
KCPD Gifts NextGen
KRIS: THE GIVEAWAY CONTINUES SATURDAY. A BIG TURNOUT FOR THE TOY DRIVE, OVER 300 TOYS WERE DONATED, ENOUGH TO FILL A PATROL CAR. AND -- THE KIDS WILL GO TO -- THE TOYS WILL GO TO THE KIDS IN THE DISTRICT.
Show-Me Snow Day Outdated
The campus shutdown during the pandemic showed that University of Missouri employees can work from home. That is extending to campus shutdowns for bad weather. The new practice was emailed in a message to the campus community from Gary Ward, vice chancellor for operations, and Provost Latha Ramchand.
Rock Chalk J-School Shares Classic Newsie Stories
LAWRENCE - University of Kansas students are putting the finishing touches on an oral history of Kansas journalism that will tell the story of seven notable Kansas news figures. The project will provide a new perspective of how the profession has evolved over the last half-century in middle America while documenting the importance of community and rural journalism.
Demolishing KCK Legacy
The 100-year-old building that housed the original Providence Hospital in Kansas City, Kansas, is being torn down to make way for greenspace at Donnelly College. The college announced the impending demolition on Wednesday, saying in a news release that the "community is preparing to say goodbye to an old friend."
Kegger Kelce Kicks Off Shoes For Good Cause
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A football player for the Kansas City Chiefs is auctioning off his cleats to raise money for children in Missouri. Tight end player Travis Kelce partnered with Aaron Sachs & Associates to raise money for 87 and Running, Kelce's foundation dedicated to providing resources for children to cultivate their talents.
Mission Saves Holidays
MISSION, KS (KCTV) -- CASA out of Johnson and Wyandotte counties is holding a contactless drive-thru toy collection on Thursday. The non-profit is court appoint and specially advocated by both counties. It begins at 11 a.m. at their office at 6950 Squibb Rd. in Mission.
Check Global Climate Forecast
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The water temperature off of South America's coast brings big impacts to our winter weather in the United States. The Pacific waters have a tendency to run either warmer than average or cooler than average every two to seven years.
JoCo Family Extended
OLATHE, KS (KCTV) -- In conjunction with National Adoption Month in November, KVC Kansas is helping facilitate children's adoptions on Thursday. This will be celebrated virtually from the Johnson County Courthouse. More than 15 adoptions are expected to be finalized throughout the state by KVC. This year all adoption finalizations will be done virtually.
Kansas City Kindness Brightens COVID Winter
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Yesterday's "Giving Tuesday" was made all the more important as Kansas Citians continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic. 41 Action News was proud to partner with the Salvation Army for Operation Holiday Help all day Tuesday. Kansas Citians rose to the occasion.
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