Kansas City Tuesday Night Look: Royals Win & COVID Mask Court Fight Coming Soon

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Perez and Dozier's glorious dongs propel Royals to 4-3 victory

For the second consecutive Tuesday, Salvador Perez hit two home runs. Unlike last week, though, the Kansas City Royals won! Perez had some help from Hunter Dozier, who slapped a dong of his own-his second in the last two games-and the Royals came out on top 4-3 against the Minnesota Twins.

High Speed Internets Backs Kansas City Soccer

Sporting KC announces partnership with Google Fiber | Sporting Kansas City

Today, Sporting Kansas City announced Google Fiber as the club's Official Internet Service Provider in a new three-year partnership that will last through the 2024 Major League Soccer season. Google Fiber will serve as the presenting partner of Sporting Kansas City's local broadcast streams on SportingKC.com and the Sporting KC

Geeks Mark Triumphant Return

'Normal' Planet Comicon Kansas City set for this weekend

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For the first time in three years, a "normal" Planet Comicon is set for this weekend in Kansas City, Missouri. The 2020 show was postponed after the COVID-19 pandemic erupted across the Midwest in March 2020 and had to be postponed a second time from August 2020 to August 2021, when a mask mandate remained in effect for the city.

Sometimes Hamming It Up Helps

Royals Hunter Dozier and Zarda Bar-B-Q bring back 'The Big Dozier' for a good cause

Hunter Dozier, Zarda Bar-B-Q and Hy-Vee are set to announce the return of The Big Dozier sandwich to benefit Hunter's Heroes and Big Brothers Big Sisters Kansas City.During the 2021 Royals season, Zarda says proceeds from sales of The Big Dozier allowed Hunter and Zarda to make a $15,000 donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters.The Big Dozier is made with Zarda's Award-Winning Limited Reserve Burnt Ends, Zarda's juicy pulled pork, melted provolone cheese, topped with crispy onion straws.

Today's Spray Celebration

'This makes me feel like home': Kansas Citians celebrate Fountain Day

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For over 100 years, the fountains in Kansas City, Missouri, have been a staple in the community. "When you're around falling water, you get this burst of mental energy and you just feel better," Jim Fitzpatrick, president of the City of Fountains Foundation, said.

Ista-Memories Shine

Model Lindsey Pelas channels Pamela Anderson while wearing white, strapless monokini in Malibu photo shoot

Lindsey Pelas took being a doppelganger to a whole new level. The sexy model, 30, recently embodied Pamela Anderson when she wore a tiny white monokini during a photoshoot on the beach and she couldn't have looked more like 90's Baywatch star.

Legal Battle Over Masks Awaits

Biden administration will appeal ruling that lifted Covid mask mandate on travel

The Biden administration said Tuesday it will likely appeal a federal judge's ruling that struck down Covid-19 mask mandates on planes and other forms of public transportation. "The Department of Justice and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) disagree with the district court's decision and will appeal," the DOJ said in a statement, "subject to CDC's conclusion that the order remains necessary for public health."

College Debt Sentence Reprieve

U.S. forgives 40,000 student loans, provides aid to 3.6 million more

April 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Education has canceled student loan debt for 40,000 people and offered credits to help another 3.6 million pay off their loans under a plan announced on Tuesday designed to aid low-income borrowers and public servants.

MAGA Against Election News

More Than 70 Percent Of Trump's Endorsees Believe The 2020 Election Was Fraudulent

UPDATE (April 19, 10:05 a.m.): Late Monday, former President Trump announced two more endorsements in a pair of South Carolina House races. With these endorsements, Trump has endorsed 103 candidates for U.S. Senate, U.S. House and state governorships so far. Read more from Jean and Nathaniel on Trump's 2022 endorsement strategy.

U.S. Tough Times Ahead

Analysis: Signs point to more economic turbulence as the war in Ukraine intensifies

President Joe Biden's visit to the critical swing state of New Hampshire to sell his domestic agenda was overshadowed by new economic warning signs of how Russia's invasion of Ukraine is creating greater uncertainty and volatility in the world economy, compounding the obstacles the President and his party are facing in November.

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Moderna Study Shows Hope in Covid Mutation Fight

New data from Moderna shows one way that messenger RNA-based vaccines might be able to keep pace with the rapidly mutating virus that causes Covid-19. An experimental Moderna Covid-19 booster that mixes the original vaccine with a version designed to protect specifically against the Beta variant offered better protection than the original booster against Omicron, the company said Tuesday.

You Musta Thought It Was White Boy Day . . . You Were Right!!!

Overland Park declares April 19 to be Christian Braun Day

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Overland Park Mayor Curt Skoog proclaimed Tuesday as "Christian Braun Day" during Monday night's city council meeting. Braun, a shooting guard for the national champion University of Kansas men's basketball team, played in high school at Blue Valley Northwest in Overland Park.

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Fountain Day On The Concourse

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Kansas City Springtime Finally???

Temperatures warm up with storms in tow

Increasing clouds and not as cold as Tuesday evening in Kansas City. A few scattered showers are possible off and on the rest of the day. Lows are expected to stay in the 40s. Rain showers and a couple of thunderstorms are possible Wednesday.

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