Saturday, January 02, 2021

Kansas City Saturday Night News Lounge

Tonight we take a peek at hottie Kady and her provocative & newsworthy panty promo that recently ran afoul of critics as we examine pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Bus Comeback Today

RideKC resumes service

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After services were suspended Friday night due to weather, RideKC Bus resumed services on Saturday morning. According to their website, delays are to be expected and riders should use the real-time bus tracking option. RideKC says that buses may use snow reroutes and additional reroutes may be necessary.


Kansas City Community Funding Offers Lifeline

For Black-Owned Businesses In Kansas City Hit By The Coronavirus, This Nonprofit Has Been A Lifesaver

Jeremiah Crow was released from prison about five years ago after serving a five-year stretch for robbery, hoping to use some of the electrical wiring skills he learned in confinement to get a job. But employers were wary of hiring an ex-felon.


Rust Week Watching

How Will the AFC Playoff Picture Shake Out for the Kansas City Chiefs?

This weekend signals the conclusion of the Kansas City Chiefs' regular season in their Run It Back campaign. Before the season, media projections were all over the board, from predictions of a 10-6 disappointment to arguments for an undefeated season. The reality is that the Chiefs will finish the season with a franchise-best record at either 15-1 or 14-2.


Hotness Pays The Bills

Kady McDermott snaps at critic who slams her trip to the Maldives

Kady McDermott was forced to hit back at trolls on Friday after she was criticised for her 'business trip' to the Maldives. The former Love Island contestant took to Instagram to share a sunset photo of herself in a bikini, gazing out at the infinity pool and soaking up the evening heat.


Top Doc Talks Orders

Fauci says he's 'sure' coronavirus vaccinations will be mandatory in institutions like hospitals and schools

Institutions like hospitals and possibly schools will mandate that a person receives a COVID-19 vaccination, Dr. Anthony Fauci predicted. "I would not be surprised, as we get into the full scope of [COVID-19] vaccination, that some companies, some hospitals, some organizations might require [COVID-19] vaccination," he said in an interview with Newsweek.


Senator Mitch Under Siege

Mitch McConnell's home vandalized after he blocked $2,000 checks

WERES MY MONEY' was spray painted on front door of Mitch McConnell's home 'MITCH KILLS THE POOR' was also written on window near front porch McConnell's house is located in the Highlands section of Louisville, Kentucky Earlier this week, McConnell rejected holding vote on $2,000 stimulus checks House of Representatives


New Strain Surges

More cases of new Covid variant found in the U.S., threatening to worsen nation's outbreak

Three states across the U.S. have now identified cases of the new coronavirus strain in people with no travel history, a sign that the variant could already be spreading unknowingly among Americans. Florida health officials on Thursday announced that they found the state's first case of Covid-19 with the new, more infectious virus variant.


Power Play 2021

Aircraft carrier USS Nimitz ordered home as US aims to ease tensions with Iran

The US suddenly pulled the USS Nimitz - its only aircraft carrier in the Middle East - out of the region ahead of Sunday's one-year anniversary of the killing of General Qassem Soleimani, despite weeks of rising tensions with Iran.


SAVE LARRY!!!

Larry King has been hospitalized with Covid-19

Legendary talk show host and former CNN interviewer Larry King has Covid-19, according to a source close to the family.


Local Turkish Delight

Clay & Fire brings traditional Turkish specialties to Kansas City

Clay & Fire has reignited the hearth in the Westside spot that formerly housed Lill's on 17th, Novel and then Fox and Pearl's pop-up location. To develop recipes for the restaurant, which specializes in Turkish fare along with dishes from Iran, Lebanon, Armenia and other surrounding countries, chef Brent Gunnels collaborates with restaurateur Orcan Yigit (who is still based in Turkey for the time being) via Skype.


Northland Vaxx In Action

McCrite Plaza at Briarcliff staff, residents receive COVID-19 vaccine

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Residents and staff at McCrite Plaza at Briarcliff, a senior living community, started receiving the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday. "I want to be there for our community and for our residents, and I am glad I am here today to get vaccinated," Nicole Walter, activity director of McCrite Plaza at Briarcliff, said.


Sunday Warm Up Ahead

Partly sunny, high near 37 degrees Sunday

FOR THE REST OF YOUR EVENING, TEMPERATURES DROPPING INTO THE 20'S. 9:00 AROUND 24 DEGREES. THIS SHOWS CLOUD COVER AND PATCHY FOG. OVERNIGH LOWS EARLY TOMORROW MORNING 20 THREE'S FOR KANSAS CITY. MARY AND BILL AT 15 -- MARYVALE AT 15. PATCHY AREA FOG IN THE MORNING.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The lovely and luscious lady......

KC said...

If I had Mitch McConnell's and his wife's tens of millions of dollars, I certainly wouldn't live in that piss pot house of theirs.

Anonymous said...

Larry King is dying now. A "get well" wish is not suitable. Pray for him instead.

Anonymous said...

^^ Larry King died a few years ago and nobody told him.