Sunday, April 25, 2021

Kansas City Sunday News Look

Right now the angelic hotness of Brit hottie Kelz inspires this peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Kansas City Lacks Will To Vaxx

Kansas City area COVID-19 vaccine planner for April 25-May 1

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As the COVID-19 vaccine roll out continues in the Kansas City area, 41 Action News is compiling a list of vaccination events and where people can sign up for a vaccine interest form each week. Check back for updates.Vaccine slots fill up quickly and often are scheduled before each week.


East Side Crash Report

1-year-old, 2 others hospitalized following crash in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Multiple parties, including a 1-year-old child, were transported to the hospital following a crash at 84th and The Paseo. The crash happened at around 3:20 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. Three people were inside a Jeep when it crashed into a tree in the neighborhood.


Kansas Workers Crunched OR Chips On Their Shoulder?!?!

Here's what you should know about the ongoing contract dispute between Frito-Lay and its workers

Contract negotiations between union representatives and Frito-Lay have been ongoing for months, as workers in Topeka seek better conditions and better pay from the company. The two parties have been deadlocked in attempts to reach an agreement, and multiple rounds of negotiations have failed to produce a suitable compromise for both sides.


Hotness Decides

Kelly Brook says SHE plans to propose to boyfriend Jeremy Parisi

Kelly Brook has revealed she's considered proposing to boyfriend of six-years Jeremy Parisi on the next leap year. Tradition dictates that women propose on leap years, and specifically the leap day itself, with the next one set to fall on February 29, 2024 And it seems the 41-year-old presenter has a plan in place if she isn't engaged by then as she'll take matters into her own hands.


Marginally Approved

Chuck Todd: Biden's 53 percent approval rating is 'the new 60'

"Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd praised President Biden for the 53 percent approval rating he received in a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, a number that Todd said is "the new 60" in an appearance on the "TODAY" show on Sunday. The numbers come just shy of Biden's first 100 days in office.


Every Vote Counts?!?!

Half a Year After Trump's Defeat, Arizona Republicans Are Recounting the Vote

PHOENIX - It seemed so simple back in December. Responding to angry voters who echoed former President Donald Trump's false claims of a stolen election, Arizona Republicans promised a detailed review of the vote that showed Trump to have been the first Republican presidential nominee to lose the state since 1996.


COVID Still Plagues Planet

U.S. Pledges Medical Aid To India, Where COVID-19 Is Overwhelming Hospitals

The United States will make more medical aid available to India in an effort to fight an alarming spike in COVID-19 cases. The pledge came during a phone call between White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan and Indian national security adviser Ajit Doval on Sunday, as India has become the epicenter of the global coronavirus pandemic and the country's health system is collapsing.


No Second Chances?!?

More than 5 million Americans have skipped second COVID-19 vaccine dose

Nearly 8 percent of Americans - or more than 5 million people - have failed to get their crucial second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to federal health statistics. While more than half of all US adults have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, fewer than 30 percent have been fully vaccinated, CDC figures show.


LGBT Politicos Leave Pioneer GOP Trans Leader Hanging

Caitlyn Jenner's Campaign for Guv Has Excited Absolutely No One

Caitlyn Jenner seems to have no one in her corner in her high profile run for governor of California. The Olympian, who would be among a small handful of transgender office-holders if she were elected, can't even bank on support from members of the LGBTQ community with several groups and activists slamming her campaign.


Kangaroo False Idol Debuts

UMKC to unveil large bronze kangaroo statue | University News

An outsized, bronze-cast kangaroo statue will be formally revealed on April 26 by UMKC Chancellor Mauli Agrawal on University Walkway near the Miller Nichols Learning Center. UMKC's Student Government Association commissioned local visual artist Tom Corbin to create the metal kangaro ...


Royals Stay Winning

Duffy shines again as Royals take the series victory

Your league leader in ERA: Daniel Richard Duffy. I'm not sure if him wearing Yordano Ventura's #30 on his back is like a superman cape or what. But whatever the left-hander is doing; he should keep doing it. Duffy now has a 0.39 ERA through his first four starts.


Katie Sneak Peek At The Week

Breezy, sunny Sunday with highs in mid-70s

Hide Transcript Show Transcript TICKETS GO ON SALE MAY 6 AND IT KICKS OFF SEPTEMBER 3. A BEAUTIFUL SPRING START TODAY. KATIE: I THINK SO, TOO. THERE IS A THIN VEIL OF CLOUDS CREATING A MILKY WHITE SKY, BUT IT WILL TURN A BRIGHT BLUE SKY AND A FEW HOURS.

Take Me To The River covered by The Talking Heads was the Sunday song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Half a Year After Trump's Defeat, Arizona Republicans Are Recounting the Vote"

Bloated orange zombie loser stays losing.

Clayton Bigsby said...

And just like a 400 pound baby momma on section 8,lives rent free

Anonymous said...

Its being paid for by Rudi, Sidney and Lindell. They are going to have the company falsely claim the whole election was fraudulent.

Its the only defense they can use in the lawsuit Dominion has filed against them all.

So another made up lie, to defend themselves in court for the lie they told.

Anonymous said...

They need to space out the doses for longer so the side effects are less intense. Either that or make the doses weaker. People who have a bad reaction to the first one won't return for the second,