Friday, January 29, 2021

Kansas City Friday Night News Stand

Right now hottie Angela is hopefully adding to her collection of pr0n awards as her continued win streak inspires our glimpse at pop culture, community news and top headlines for tonight.

Kansas City Small Biz Hype For Big Game Amid COVID-19

Kansas City-area businesses cash in on Super Bowl excitement

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - You can feel the Super Bowl excitement in many Kansas City businesses. From cookies, to shirts, to coffee, 41 Action News is highlighting some of the most unique ideas we've seen. There's a special new drink brewing at Parisi Coffee in Overland Park and at Union Station.


Today’s Close Call

Crash involving big rig closes WB I-70 at Lewis & Clark Viaduct Friday

Bridge damage on I-70 curve SOURCE: KDOT A crash involving a tractor-trailer has closed westbound Interstate 70 at the Lewis & Clark Viaduct in Kansas City, Kansas, authorities said.The Kansas Department of Transportation said traffic is being routed to Minnesota Avenue or Fairfax Trafficway.Authorities said the bridge was damaged when the big rig rolled over.


Reporting On News Lady

The Who/What/When/Where of KMBC 9 News Anchor Donna Pitman - In Kansas City

KMBC 9 FirstNews anchor Donna Pitman is already on the air long before your alarm goes off. She's been co-anchoring the show for nearly 15 years. She may be up obscenely early during the week, but she's still a firm believer in getting out and about to local haunts or her favorite stomping grounds.


Taco Hypocrisy

Woman claims Taco Bell fired her after learning of pre-COVID job in porn industry

A former Taco Bell employee in Arkansas is claiming she was fired from the job after a co-worker complained about her hot, fiery and perhaps even "diablo" off-the-clock activities. Taco Bell, meanwhile, is claiming that Wells' termination had nothing to do with her pornographic past work.


Pundit Talks Trash

Ana Navarro calls McCarthy's visit to Trump 'white slavery': He looks like he's 'owned by his master'

Ana Navarro panned House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's recent meeting with President Trump at Mar-a-Lago, saying the GOP congressman is a "slave" to the former commander-in-chief. Serving as a guest co-host of "The View" on Friday, Navarro went on a tear against the Republican Party for failing to "get rid of the cross that they've been bearing" by not supporting Trump's impeachment.


Republicans Struggle With Impeachment Politics

Senate Republicans say Trump should be held accountable for riot -- but not by them

To Senate Minority Whip John Thune, former President Donald Trump's actions ahead of the deadly Capitol riot are totally indefensible.


Tribute To Hero

Brian Sicknick, police officer killed in insurrection, to lie in honor at Capitol

Rep. Ralph Norman and Sen. Tim Scott had pushed for Sicknick to lie in honor under the Rotunda earlier this week. The two South Carolina Republicans introduced a bill Thursday that would also have the House sergeant-at-arms pay for Sicknick's funeral expenses and to install a commemorative plaque in the building.


COVID Vaxx Promised

There will be enough Covid vaccines for the 'entire U.S. adult population by June,' Johnson & Johnson board member says

Johnson & Johnson board member Dr. Mark McClellan told CNBC Friday that there could be enough vaccinations for the entire U.S. adult population by the summer. "Assuming all of the close review of the J&J data all pans out, we're going to have the capacity between Moderna, Pfizer, J&J, to have enough vaccines available by June for the entire U.S.


We Could Work With Hottie Hollywood Starlet

Katherine Heigl Got Brutally Honest About Being Blacklisted In Hollywood After She Was Called "Difficult" And "Unprofessional"

"I may have said a couple of things you didn't like, but then that escalated to 'she's ungrateful,' then that escalated to 'she's difficult,' and that escalated to 'she's unprofessional,'" she said. "What is your definition of difficult? Somebody with an opinion that you don't like?


Kansas City Hype Game Stays Winning

Union Station filled with interactive Chiefs pride ahead of Super Bowl LV

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Anyone looking to get their Chiefs fix ahead of the big game need not look further than Union Station. A staple of Kansas City's downtown, Union Station has tapped into the Red Kingdom as a way to celebrate the hometown team.


Feast Amid COVID Crash

Some restaurants offering tasty specials for Super Bowl LV

Burger // Epic Burgers Food will be a key staple while supporting the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV from the living room. At least ten businesses in Kansas City will be offering specials for the Super Bowl. Along with food, Kansas City Chiefs merchandise and artwork can also be delivered to the front door.


Saturday Downpour Ahead

Rainy Saturday on way

CLOUDS AND BEFORE WE CAN TALK ABOUT RAIN, BUT IT IS BEGINNING TO THICKEN UP QUITE A BIT. WE HAD CLOUDS -- THIN CLOUDS EARLIER TODAY BUT NOW IT LOOKS LIKE OVERCAST IS TRYING TO DEVELOP AHEAD OF OUR STORM SYSTEM AREA DEFINITELY FIND THAT UMBRELLA.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

for "dem titays" she should earn a prize. Seems like those things would be exhausting to carry around all day.

Anonymous said...


Wow the people who wanted Trump out so bad and cheated to win but they can't seem to leave Trump alone. How about Clinton's visit to Loretta Lynch was that O.K.? Making a big deal out of MaCarthy and Trump shows how scared the democrats really are. BTW with everything going on and what wall street just with the hedge fund I would start storing some food and water right now. Things are going to crash and burn in a bad way and it's going to happen as fast as Joe Biden just put thousands out work and that was fast.

Byron Funkhouser said...

Katherine Heigl is aging well, and so are her fine milkers.

^^ said...

Ah yes, thems milkers be so fine............

^^'s mother said...

Where can I buy somea dat Chief's stuff? I gots muny left on my EBT card.