Inspired by hottie Demi and her promo goodness, we dive into community news, pop culture and top headlines for the morning.
Kansas City Chiefs fans have the opportunity to hang a piece of Superbowl history in their homes as the City raffles off banners that hung along the championship parade route last February. At $5 per ticket, 43 original banners will be raffled off with a portion of proceeds going to COVID relief in Kansas City, Mo.
JoCo Against COVID
The COVID-19 positivity rate in Johnson County, Kansas has crept up since Christmas and is now sitting above 12%. Demand for COVID-19 testing remains high.
Po-Po Fights Early Attack
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- Kansas City, Kansas police say they are investigating an aggravated assault against a police officer. The incident began shortly after 3 a.m. Friday on eastbound Interstate 70 near 78th Street. There was a traffic stop and then a short police chase that was terminated by police.
Bad Idea Returns
BRANSON, Mo. - Branson Duck Tours, LLC has announced its return to Branson, which is expected sometime in Spring 2021. In a Facebook statement released Thursday, the company said, "We were heart broken by the tragedy in 2017, where questionable equipment and procedures cost the lives of 17 people.
Demi Plays Classics
She's been keeping her 15.6m followers updated with her travels and impressive range of sizzling bikini looks. And Demi Rose was sure to turn up the heat as she flaunted her sensational curves in a new snap shared to Instagram on Thursday.
Riot Aftermath Worsens
Prosecutors in the US Attorney's office plan to open a federal murder investigation into the death of Brian D. Sicknick, a US Capitol Police officer who died Thursday night, a law enforcement official tells CNN.
Free Money Coming Soon
Democrats are vowing to forge ahead with providing $2,000 stimulus payments after their party won control of the Senate this week with victories in two Georgia runoffs where the checks played a key role. Now, Democrats say they plan to deliver on that pledge.
President Trump was "pleased" as hordes of his supporters first stormed the Capitol Building on Wednesday, and he ignored pleas from his aides to step in and defuse the situation, The New York Times reports. Several advisers are said to have frantically tried to convince him to take action, to no avail.
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Jamiroquai lead singer Jay Kay denies he was at Capitol riots after fans mistake him for man in horned helmet
Jay Kay, the lead singer of the group Jamiroquai, was forced to deny that he was at the Capitol riots. The English musician took to Twitter on Thursday after he noticed his name trending as people mistakenly identified him as one of the rioters who breached the security of the U.S.
Hipster Winter Chill
Just like that it's 2021. Start the new year off with a head clearing hike, discounted bites across the metro and some wine. 5 - 8 p.m. Start the weekend at Union Station, 30 W. Pershing Road, 5 - 7 p.m. on Friday with Pierpont's Santa Barbara Wine Tasting.
Teachable Moment Emerges
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As Wednesday's mob broke down the barricades around the United States Capitol building in Washington, critical thinking experts say it demonstrated a breakdown in our nation's ability to agree on the basic facts of reality.
Kansas City Clouds Cont’d
The clouds overhead may thin out at times or even offer a brief break but for the most part you can expect overcast and gloomy skies through the evening and overnight hours. a light but steady northeast wind will drop area temperatures below freezing shortly after sunset before sending low temperatures into the middle 20s by daybreak.
The Weeknd - Save Your Tears is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.