Kansas City News Turnaround: Goodfella Gone & Local Summer Dreams

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Here are 12 Things to Do in Kansas City This Summer - In Kansas City

It's time to start summer in Kansas City! Ask any Kansas Citian what to do over the summer and you'll likely hear classic answers, such as going to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Union Station, Kansas City Zoo, or Worlds and Oceans of Fun. Those are all fantastic options for the lazy days of summer,...

Newspaper 'Reports' What TKC Talked About Yesterday

Kansas City may require new buildings to go greener to help reach climate goals. What to know

Kansas City Council is facing a test of the city's latest sustainability commitments as it considers whether to make its building codes more environmentally friendly. Councilwoman Andrea Bough, District 6 at-large, is proposing a new set of building codes that would make new developments more energy efficient.

Saving The Planet In The Dotte

A small college in Kansas City, Kansas, wants climate justice at the center of everything it does

Joe Multhauf is an avid gardener, but even he was thinking that a chilly day with wind gusts up to 20 mph was less than ideal for putting seeds in the ground.

Show-Me Collective Bargaining Win For Workers In The Stacks

First Missouri library in recent history votes to unionize

Union organizers are gaining ground in Missouri. For the first time in recent history, library workers have elected to form a bargaining unit.The vote was announced Monday in Columbia, Missouri.Today's vote won't immediately impact any Kansas City metro area libraries.

JoCo Can't Tune Out Neighbors

Shawnee bar fights to keep live music permit despite neighbors' noise complaints

SHAWNEE, Kan. - The Social Bar and Grill is now on the clock to try to find a solution for noise complaints from area neighbors. The Shawnee City Council voted unanimously to allow the bar to maintain a special use permit (SUP) for live entertainment on a four-month trial period.

Hottie Lottie Offers Fair Trade

Lottie Moss promises to send nudes and 'rate' fans' penises for $80

Lottie Moss has vowed to send a plethora of nude images and 'rate' any pictures of penises that she receives from fans if they sign up to her $80 VIP OnlyFans service. The half-sister of supermodel Kate Moss took to the X-rated subscription site over the weekend to reveal she was lowering her price from the usual $100-a-month in a special end of the month deal.

Prez Biden Considers Forgiveness

Why it's hard for the Biden administration to figure out how much student debt to forgive

On the campaign train, Biden said he was in support of clearing $10,000 for all. Doing so would cost around $321 billion and completely forgive the loans of about one-third of student loan borrowers. Yet there's concern that an announcement of $10,000 in relief would cause more frustration and disappointment than anything else.

MAGA Stars Talk Comeback

Kellyanne Conway is betting Trump will run for president in 2024 and that MAGA will loom large either way

Kellyanne Conway predicted Donald Trump will run for the White House again in 2024. She was one of his longest-serving White House officials. If Trump doesn't run, she said the alternatives to watch are those supported by the grassroots.

Politics Amid Starvation

Russia slams sanctions, seeks to blame West for food crisis

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) - Moscow pressed the West on Thursday to lift sanctions against Russia over the war in Ukraine , seeking to shift the blame for a growing food crisis that has been worsened by Kyiv's inability to ship millions of tons of grain and other agricultural products due to the conflict.

COVID Endgame Emerges

Millions risk losing US healthcare when Covid emergency declaration expires

When the US federal government's pandemic health emergency declaration expires, millions of Americans are at risk of losing healthcare coverage through Medicaid with potentially devastating consequences. According to an analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation, an estimated 5.3 million to 14.2 million could lose their Medicaid coverage when the Covid-19 public health emergency ends on 15 July if it is not extended.

Curtain Call

'Goodfellas' star Ray Liotta dead at 67

Beloved actor Ray Liotta has died, his rep confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday. He was 67. The "Goodfellas" star died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic where he was filming a new movie titled "Dangerous Waters." TMZ also reported that no one suspects foul play in the actor's shocking death.

They're Still Reliving The 90s In Meth Town

Limp Bizkit served nu-metal chaos, feel-good moments, and stuff (broken) at Cable Dahmer Arena

Fred Durst. // Photo by Aaron Rhodes Several times throughout Limp Bizkit's 80-minute headlining set at Cable Dahmer Arena on Tuesday night, fans were encouraged by singer Fred Durst to "party like it's 1999." That was a big year for Bizkit.

Hipster Show Scheduled

Jason Sudeikis-led Thundergong benefit show returns Nov. 12

Save the date - Thundergong returns on Saturday, Nov. 12. Thundergong is a variety show headlined by Jason Sudeikis to benefit the Steps of Faith Foundation , a nonprofit that helps provide prosthetics for amputees who are underinsured or don't have insurance.

Soggy Week Cont'd

Expect scattered showers in the metro Thursday

Thursday is the last Impact Day before clearing out for Memorial Day Weekend. Scattered showers are expected mainly late morning into early afternoon. Highs in the mid-60s. Overnight, it will be partly cloudy with lows in the upper 40s.Friday will be warming up with highs in the upper 70s.

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