Thursday, April 15, 2021

Kansas City News Late Night

For our night owl friends we share community news, pop culture and top headlines.

Here’s Your Shot

KCMO Health Department to allow walk-ups at COVID-19 vaccination clinics

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Missouri Health Department is making it easier to get a COVID-19 vaccination. The department's three vaccination clinics will accept walk-ups without an appointment for COVID-19 vaccines, according to a health department news release. An appointment to get the vaccine may shorten the wait time.


KCK Top Cop Auditions

Kansas City, Kansas leaders meeting with four finalists to fill vacant police chief position

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - It's not an easy job, but the Unified Government of Wyandotte County intends to fill it. Local leaders in Kansas City, Kansas have four finalists for the vacant police chief position, all of whom planned to meet the public in a Thursday evening forum streamed live on Facebook.


More Rent Help Arrives

Missouri, Kansas renters can apply for relief through Emergency Rental Assistance Program

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Keeping up with monthly bills was a challenge many people faced during the unemployment crisis that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, but a new program aims to help relieve the pressure for those residents in Kansas and Missouri.


Diva Endures

Shania, 55, can STILL get into her Man! I Feel Like A Woman! outfit

Man! I Feel Like A Woman! came out over two decades ago. But Shania Twain revealed she is still able to fit into the ultra-tight outfit she first modeled in the music video all the way back in 1999.


Meet The New Boss

Maxine Waters tells Jim Jordan to 'shut your mouth' after GOP congressman feuds with Fauci

Republican Rep. Jim Jordan and the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci got into a heated exchange Thursday over the country's Covid-19 mitigation measures, which ended with Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters telling Jordan to "shut your mouth."


Supreme Pecking Order

Sen. Graham slams Biden, Dems for court-packing attempt: They are 'really drunk with power'

Senator Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., ripped Democrats' attempt to pack the Supreme Court, arguing that adding more justices would "destroy confidence in the rule of the law" and reacted to claims that the Supreme Court makeup played a part in the Capitol riots of January 6 on " The Story with Martha MacCallum" Thursday.


Insurrection Review

A Damning New Report Finally Explains the Strangest Thing I Saw Inside the Capitol Riot

When I walked toward the Capitol on Jan. 6 alongside Donald Trump's supporters and heard some of them had breached the building ahead, I expected the situation to escalate sharply.


In Bot We Trust

People put more faith in computers than other humans - Study Finds

ATHENS, Ga. - Do you find yourself reaching for the calculator, even for the really simple math problems? There's a lot of concern these days that technology, like artificial intelligence, is too smart for its own good. Despite fear over how intrusive these algorithms are becoming, a new study finds people are actually more willing to trust a computer than their fellow man.


Another Country Speaks

Madison LeCroy speaks out on Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez breakup

Madison LeCroy wishes the best for Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez in their breakup. The "Southern Charm" star told Page Six on Thursday when we reached out about A-Rod and J.Lo announcing their split: "I wish them the best."


KCMO Blaze Aftermath

Kansas City family of 5 loses everything in apartment fire, frustrated as aid runs out

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City family needs help after they lost everything in an apartment fire earlier this month. "I felt discouraged, like this wasn't supposed to happen to us. Things could have been a lot worse. I'm very grateful that all 43 people made it out alive, but what if we didn't," Cierra Doss said.


Home Team Rallies

Royals fend off a late rally in series-opening 7-5 win over Blue Jays

For the first time since Opening Week, the Royals offense came alive. Scoring seven runs in the first four innings, it looked as though they would cruise to a win. Instead, Kansas City had to fend off a late Blue Jays rally that saw the go-ahead run come to the plate in the 9th inning in a 7-5 win Thursday night.


Soggy Weekend Ahead

Friday is looking rainy and chilly

YOUR FRIDAY AND CONTINUING THROUGH MOST OF THE DAY EVENING HOURS WILL GO BACK THROUGH THE 50S FOR THE MOST PART 54 DEGREES BY EIGHT NINE O'CLOCK TEMPERATURE 52 AND RIGHT AT ABOUT 50 DEGREES BY 11 PM. STILL THINK IT'LL BE DRY UP UNTIL THAT TIME BUT HEADING INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Sen. Graham slams Biden, Dems for court-packing attempt: They are 'really drunk with power'"

I'm not in favor of adding justices, but I think Republicans should have realized the theft of an appointment when Republicans were drunk with power was likely to have consequences.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

How so?
Within the rules of the senate, they can confirm or not confirm a nominee. Just because a president nominates someone doesn’t mean they must be confirmed. Just look at the nomination of Robert Bork But packing the court just to get the numbers they need is no different than allowing illegal aliens to flood the country
Maybe it’s time republicans stop playing by the rules and do what democrats do
That might be the only way to get democrats to stop

Anonymous said...

And yet Republicans stopped playing by the rules years ago. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Cierra Doss, ask your three kids' father(s) to help out.

Anonymous said...


Who is Maxine Waters kidding she is the one who incited the riots nationwide. She told people to riot and no one did a thing about it. She should be in jail for that. So it's her that needs to shut her ugly fat blubber lips.

BTW you democrats need to look at the Ukraine and Russia. You dumb ass holes just started a war over there that could turn into world war. Nice going warmongers.

Anonymous said...

@7:26 The Constitution does give the Senate the power to confirm or not comfirm a Presidential Nominee, but nowhere does it give the Senate the power to reuse to consider that nominee.

And as for any implied "customary" practices, nowhere is the Senate given the discretion to refuse to consider a Nomination made in March (7 months in advance) of a Presidential Election "because that Nomination should be made by the President to be chosen in November" in one instance and then reverse itself four years later and choose to consider and confirm a Nominee who was nominated in September (2 months in advance) of the next following Presidential Election.

That sort of arrogant and blatant Partisan actiion is the cause of this reaction, and should rightly bring down consequences.

Anonymous said...

8:40: Incoherent. Could you repost when you're sober? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Jordan should have gotten up and slapped that mouthy plantation wench across the mouth.