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Block party to celebrate KC PARK(ing) Day on Saturday Make plans to celebrate the first Downtown Neighborhood Association block party from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday in celebration of the global PARK(ing) Day. The DNA will open up three blocks of Walnut Street (9th-12th streets) to pedestrians and transform street parking spaces into creative pop-up parks.
Kansas City COVID Comeback
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Tyrann Mathieu kept hoping, even as the days slowly went by and he returned one positive test after another, that he would be cleared of COVID-19 in time to join the Kansas City Chiefs for their season opener against Cleveland. He was. Just barely.
Show-Me More Tech Cash
Missouri's tech industry remains a driving economic force despite widespread job loss and economic turmoil caused by COVID-19, according to a new report that details how the Show Me State is outpacing national tech growth.
Rock Chalk Left Turns Ahead
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two NASCAR Cup Series races will be staged at Kansas Speedway in 2022 for the 11th consecutive year. The Cup Series will return to Kansas Speedway on Sunday, May 15, and Sunday, Sept. 11, next season, NASCAR announced Wednesday in releasing the full 2020 schedule .
Kansas City In Need Of Good Deeds
For almost 18 months, the Morningstar Missionary Baptist Church of Jesus Christ near 27th Street and Prospect Avenue has hosted a food pantry and offer rent and utility assistance for anyone in the area. It prides itself on connecting the dots for residents; it now also offers job-hunting assistance - anything from interview skills to resume help and a vaccine clinic.
Pr0n Game Reviewed
Nutaku has announced the launch of casual, clicker title "Brazzers: The Game" for web browsers and Android devices and featuring a starry array of talent, including Abella Danger, Cherie DeVille, Keiran Lee, Phoenix Marie, Johnny Sins, Jordi 'El Nino' Polla and Gina Valentina, among others.
Prez Politely Asks Global Leaders To Stop Passing Gas
WASHINGTON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden urged world leaders on Friday to join the United States and European Union in a pledge to cut methane emissions, hoping to build momentum before an international summit on climate change begins next month.
MAGA RULES REPUBLICANS!!!
WASHINGTON - There's new fencing around the U.S. Capitol as Washington, D.C. braces for another pro-Trump rally this weekend. The former president released a statement Thursday defending the Jan. 6 rioters, with no objection coming from prominent Republicans. ("Our hearts and minds are with the people being persecuted so unfairly," Trump said.)
Border War Collapses
The Biden administration on Friday appealed a federal judge's ruling to block border authorities from expelling migrant families with children under a public health order linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
Guv Against Instagram
A Senate panel plans to bring tech executives back to Capitol Hill following a revealing report from The Wall Street Journal about the impact of Facebook's Instagram platform on teens' mental health. Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., ranking member of the Senate Commerce subcommittee on consumer protection, announced the hearing in an interview on CNBC's "Closing Bell."
Fog Of War Proves Deadly
'Tragic mistake': U.S. determines Kabul drone strike killed innocent aid worker, nine family members
The news comes as the Biden administration is already facing criticism over its Afghanistan withdrawal and the fact that the effort left hundreds of Americans and thousands of at-risk Afghans in the country at the end of August. More than 120,000 people were airlifted from Hamid Karzai International Airport before U.S.
'We're not taking any chances': Capitol Police ramp up security ahead of rally for pro-Trump rioters
Eight months after a pro-Trump mob violently breached the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, plans for another right-wing rally in Washington this weekend have put law enforcement officials on edge. But this time around, Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger assured reporters Friday that "we're not taking any chances."
Big Pussy Exposed!!!
Nine big cats at the National Zoo in Washington have tested positive for the coronavirus, which causes Covid-19, the Smithsonian Institution said Friday. Animal caretakers observed appetites, coughing, sneezing and lethargy in six African lions, a Sumatran tiger and two Amur tigers, and final results were expected in coming days to confirm the presumptive positive coronavirus test results, said the Smithsonian, which operates the zoo.
Report: Sky Falling
Under current emissions commitments, the world is careening toward warming of 2.7 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, according to the UN.
Celeb Bunker Disputed
Jared Siskin/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images Kim Kardashian is looking to build upon her Hidden Hills, California, home - much to the dismay of her neighbors. According to legal documents obtained by PEOPLE, a neighbor of the 40-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum is asking a judge to stop the reality star from adding various features to her property.
Salvy Salvages Season
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez continues to make history. He hit his 45th home run of the year on Thursday, tying him with Hall of Famer Johnny Bench for most home runs in a season by a catcher.
Another Kansas City Season Of Merch Ahead
Charlie Neibergall SOURCE: Charlie Neibergall Millions of people like you are rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs to win big this football season, especially after their lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during Super Bowl LV. Your loyalty is justified and this list of gear will keep you in style and in the spirit for the gamedays to come.
Hipsters Endure Plague
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Mildred's has been a Kansas City fixture for years. Like many of its restaurant neighbors, the breakfast and lunch spot is still navigating pandemic changes. "It's the life we've always known," said Evan Ashby, who has grown up at Mildred's. His parents opened the restaurant in the 1990s.
Old School Hip-Hop Cont'd
LAWRENCE, KS (KCTV) --- RUN DMC will be the performing artist at this year's Annual Late Night in the Phog. The group will perform the concluding act of the event, which will be Oct. 1. The event is free to the public and doors will open to KU students at 4:30 p.m.
Forecast For This Week
Hide Transcript Show Transcript HERE'S A LOOK AT FIRST ALERT FUTURESCAN. AND THIS IS WHAT I WAS TALKING ABOUT WITH LAURA EYEDROPPER. IT'S NOT REALLY CONCENTRATED. IT'SOT N HEAVY. YES A DOWNPOUR. YES. IT'LL BE OUT THERE. BUT ONCE AGAIN THIS JUST MOVES THROUGH AS A FAINT LITTLE LINE.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight.