Tonight and every night we're inspired by angel Candice and her legacy of hotness as we check pop culture, community news and top headlines.
Check-it . . .Kansas City Blogger Shares Bright Side
The great majority of people throughout most of human history have precariously been able to subsist. (See Level 1 below.) A great divergence began just over two centuries ago. Global life expectancy at birth has more than doubled and abject...
More Deets On Mayor Q’s TV Talk
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With the COVID-19 delta variant showing no signs of slowing down, talks of mask mandates before summer's end are swirling. "Every mayor of a major city in America right now is wondering if it's time to return to mandates," Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas said during an interview on CBS's "Face the Nation" Sunday.
Guv Kelly Gives Stimmy
TOPEKA, KS. (AP) - Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly said the state does not intend to stop paying expanded federal unemployment benefits that began in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Companies, business groups and Republican leaders are pressuring Kelly to end the benefits, which include $300 weekly payments.
Show-Me Ways To Get The Lead Out
Missouri has some of the highest numbers of lead pipes in the U.S., according to a national report. The Natural Resources Defense Council estimates there are at least 330,000 lead pipes funneling tap water into Missouri homes and other buildings - the sixth-highest of any state in the nation.
Bad Political Prognosis
Rep. Ronny Jackson, the former White House physician-turned-congressman, says he's "terrified for our country" in the wake of President Joe Biden's disastrous town hall this week - and that he doubts whether the commander in chief has the cognitive ability to make it through a full term.
Prez Trump Talks Tough Off Court
At his latest political , Donald Trump regaled his audience with a bizarre hypothetical about women's basketball, taking a potshot at NBA star LeBron James in the process. "If I were a coach, I'll tell you, I wouldn't be talking to too many women as we know women.
As The World Burns . . .
Firefighters in more than a dozen states are battling wildfires as officials warn there won't be much in the way of good news anytime soon. At least 88 major wildfires are burning across 13 states, according to USA Today's numbers.
We Desperately Await The Angels
Victoria's Secret wants to get back on the runway. The lingerie brand told analysts Monday that it is planning to one day bring back its iconic fashion show - but in a "culturally relevant" way. After nearly 20 years running, the annual fashion show where Victoria's Secret's Angels flaunted bedazzled bras and lacy underwear was canned.
Rock Chalk Freedom Fighter Honored
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - A retired University of Kansas professor received Poland's Medal of Valor this weekend more than 75 years after he fought with the Polish resistance against the occupying forces of Nazi Germany during World War II. Polish Air Force Major Gen. Cezary Wisniewski who is based at the Polish embassy in Washington D.C.
Front Office Answers Felony Gun Charge Backlash At Start Of Training Camp
As the resident lawyer contributing to Arrowhead Addict in my free time, I thought it might be best to provide an update to Chiefs Kingdom regarding the K.C. Chiefs and their legal situation(s) as we gear up for the start of training camp.
Trading Whit & Witticisms
The Seattle Mariners are "making a push" to trade for Whit Merrifield, according to reporters Mark Feinsand and Daniel Kramer of MLB.com. The Mariners are making a surprise run for a post-season spot after a two-decade playoff drought. The Mariners are making a push to trade for INF/OF Whit Merrifield of the Royals, sources tell me and @DKramer_.
Expect Hotness This Week
Monday will not be terribly uncomfortable with the cold front to our south. Other than a stray shower/storm during the day I think most areas stay dry.
This is the OPEN THREAD for Sunday night. As always, THANK YOU FOR READING TKC THIS WEEK and hopefully we’ll have more for the Monday morning update.