Kansas City Thursday News Link Look

For #TBT we check in with longtime hottie Liz as she hypes her bikini line and we check pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Courthouse COVID Update

Jackson County eases some COVID-19 restrictions effective Friday

Jackson County Executive Frank White Jr. - in consultation with Jackson County Health Department Director Bridgette Shaffer, MPH and Emergency Management Coordinator Troy Schulte - is amending the health order to reflect recent guidance from the CDC. The new order takes effect at 12:01 a.m. Friday, April 30, 2021.


Sneezy Springtime Starts

Key Factors For Worsening Kansas City Seasonal Allergies

According to Dr. Marissa Love "the pollen counts have been increasing over time," making symptoms more severe for seasonal allergies sufferers. Explanations for the increase range from more rainfall and warmer growing seasons to "super-pollen" which can be more resistant to environmental factors.


Kansas City Discount Flight Double Down Upgrades

Spirit Airlines doubles down on Kansas City with 4 new routes and expanded service - The Points Guy

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page. Kansas City is the big winner in Spirit Airlines' latest network adjustment.


Sometimes Hotness Endures

Elizabeth Hurley, 55, Flaunts Super-Toned Abs In 'Favorite Bikini'

Elizabeth Hurley has a mountain of bikinis at her disposal but, it turns out, she plays favorites just like everyone else. The Royals alum just shared in a new Instagram post that you can now buy her go-to online. While the $182 cheetah-print bikini is gorgeous and all, it's kinda hard not to stare at Liz in it.


PREZ BIDEN EATS RICH!!!

Biden wants to raise $1.5 trillion by taxing the rich. Here's how

Taxes may soon be going up for the wealthy. President Joe Biden aims to fund expanded education, child care, paid leave and other reforms by collecting more tax revenue from Americans who make more than $400,000 a year.


Double Jeopardy Conspiracy

Derek Chauvin conviction: DOJ reportedly had 'secret' plan to arrest ex-cop if acquitted

The U.S. government is planning to bring federal civil rights charges against former Minneapolis police officers Derek Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao, according to a Minneapolis Star Tribune report.


Former Prez Trump Stands Up For Rudy Against Feds

'A great patriot': Trump defends Giuliani after federal agents raid home and office

Federal agents raided Rudy Giuliani's Manhattan home and office Wednesday, seizing computers and cellphones in a major escalation of the Justice department's investigation into the business dealings of former president Donald Trump's personal lawyer. Giuliani, the 76-year-old former New York City mayor once celebrated for his leadership after 9/11, has been under federal scrutiny for several years over his ties to Ukraine.


Traditional Springtime Warning: World Is Melting

Climate change: World's glaciers melting at accelerating rate

"This new study is a major advance as we get a high spatial resolution and, at the same time, it also provides the temporal change over the two decades directly based on satellite data, which is novel," explained co-author Matthias Huss from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.


Crypto Stays Winning

World's first Dogecoin billionaire has stock hit $11B in Musk crypto boom

THE world's first dogecoin billionaire watched their stock soar to $11BILLION as the "joke" cryptocurrency boomed after Elon Musk dubbed himself the "Dogefather". Its value rocketed after the Tesla tycoon spoke out ahead of a much-hyped appearance on SNL suggesting he might talk about it on the hit show watched by millions.


Northeast Rebuilding

Raising a wall in the Lykins Neighborhood

There was a time when barn raisings were a common event in rural America. A new farmer or rancher would settle on a spread and neighbors from miles around would come join the new family to help build the barn that would serve the landowner and family for years to come.


Growing Kansas City

Kansas City Community Gardens making fresh, healthy food affordable

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Community Gardens' Tomato Days sale begins Thursday, offering families an affordable way to grow their own fresh and healthy produce. The annual sale marks the unofficial start of summer planting season. Members can choose from a variety of discounted seeds, vegetables and herb plants.


Forecast For Now

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Enjoy clear skies and a cool evening while an easy northerly breeze brings in a low humidity feel to the air. Overnight skies will stay clear while area temperatures dip into the upper 40s by daybreak.

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Comments

Anonymous said…
Too little too late Jackson County. The money will be going to the KS side.
Anonymous said…
^^^

True.

And Jackson County is just reiterating what Mayor Lucas already did.
Anonymous said…
Yeah, that will compete with Johnson County LOL!
Anonymous said…
*Cue the face diaper wearing pants shitters!
Anonymous said…
But we will all die without masks! Leave them alone!
Edsel said…
For those of us who are old enough to remember this is just like the old blue law that used to be in effect. On Sunday you couldn't buy nothing on the Missouri side except Essentials that's why our family went to the Kansas I'd to go shopping on Sunday. It's amazing Jackson County hasn't thought this through or what could be worst is they have and they just don't care!
Anonymous said…
They don't give a shit. It's a control thing.
Anonymous said…
The hell with Jackson County. Go to Cass or Johnson.
Anonymous said…
Jackson County will just have to raise taxes to make up for the loss of revenue LOL!
Anonymous said…
Kansas City and Jackson County are both run by useless blacks. Expect them to be behind the curve for at least the next two years.
Anonymous said…
"'A great patriot': Trump defends Giuliani after federal agents raid home and office"

And if the bloated orange zombie says his crooked New York lawyer is a great patriot, then by all means he must be! 9/11! 9/11! 9/11!
Anonymous said…
True, he didn't take money from China, the Ukraine and Burisma and cover up for his crackhead child molesting son.