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Growing Kansas City
Kansas City-area family provides produce to community through an ‘urban farm’
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Kansas City, Missouri, family is doing its part to provide the urban community with fresh produce through an “urban farm,” near East 38th Street & Wayne Avenue. Yolanda and Alan Young initially started a garden to grow food to eat themselves.
Community Health Check Sunday
Mobile Health Unit Reaches Out To Black Women in Kansas City For Free Breast Cancer Screenings
Decked out in signature pink and green and pearls, members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority on Saturday morning staffed tables in the parking lot of the Kansas City Health Department – greeting visitors there for free 3D mammograms and breast cancer screenings in the Mammography Mobile Unit.
Traffic Double Trouble Report
Two die in separate weekend incidents
On Saturday afternoon about 2:30pm, Kansas City, Missouri Police Officers responded to the area on Chestnut under the Lexington Avenue bridge on a report of two pedestrians walking on the west side of the roadway that were struck by a Ford pickup truck traveling South on Chestnut.
Moving Toward More Stimmy
Electric buses, asphalt and bridges: Politicians jostle for federal transportation cash | Kansas Reflector
WASHINGTON – The nearly $1 billion that U.S. Rep. Garret Graves is seeking through Congress’ revamped earmarks process isn’t a typo. The Louisiana Republican says Baton Rouge desperately needs a new bridge to alleviate a crush of roadway congestion – at a cost of $955.2 million for several projects.
COVID CLUES INVESTIGATED!!!
New information on Wuhan researchers’ illness furthers debate on pandemic origins
A US intelligence report found that several researchers at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology fell ill in November 2019 and had to be hospitalized, a new detail about the severity of their symptoms that could fuel further debate about the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, according to two people briefed on the intelligence.
Questioning Voter Rules
Cheney dodges on link between Trump election claims and GOP voting laws
Rep. Liz Cheney President Trump Donald Trump Cheney calls Greene’s comments on House mask policy ‘evil lunacy’ Amash warns of turning lawmakers like Cheney into ‘heroes’ Karen Pence confirms move back to Indiana: ‘No place like home’ MORE ‘s claims of voter fraud and her own party’s efforts to change state voting laws by saying voters should instead look to the contents of individual bills.
Prez Obama Power Play Exposed
New book claims Obama was a ‘parasite’ who sucked the Democratic Party dry to get reelected
A “parasite” on the Democratic Party is how journalist Edward Isaac Dovere describes former President Obama in his forthcoming tell-all book “Battle for the Soul: Inside the Democrats’ Campaign to Defeat Trump.” In a chapter entitled “Benign Neglect,” Dovere writes that the section’s namesake is how Obama aides privately described his abandonment of the Democratic Party once in the White House.
Survey Seyz Americans Divided
Three in five say more changes needed to give Black Americans equal rights: poll
Nearly three in five Americans say the U.S. must “continue making changes to give Black Americans equal rights to white Americans,” according to a new poll. The survey, released Sunday by Axios and Ipsos, found that 92 percent of Black survey respondents agreed, with the statement, compared to 50 percent of white survey respondents, 65 percent of Hispanic survey respondents and 70 percent of Asian survey respondents.
‘Evil lunacy’: GOP lawmakers slam Rep. Greene for comparing mask mandate to Holocaust
Republican lawmakers this weekend blasted Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., for comparing the House mask mandate to the Holocaust. The Republicans who criticized Greene were among those who either voted to impeach former President Donald Trump earlier this year or, in addition, voted to strip Greene of her committee assignments.
GOP Doctor Discussion
Rand Paul says he won’t get vaccinated because he’s already had COVID-19
Rand Paul revealed he would not be getting the vaccine. The senator from Kentucky said he sees no point in getting vaccinated because he already had COVID-19.
NextGen Fashion Roundup
Billboard Music Awards 2021 red carpet: All the celebrity fashion
See what celebrities including Alicia Keys, Pink, Nick Jonas and Doja Cat are wearing on the Billboard Music Awards 2021 red carpet.
Classic Sunday Meetup
A-Rod Posts About ‘New Beginning’ as Bennifer Reunites in Miami: Pic!
Alex Rodriguez is focusing his energy on the future. The former baseball star took to his Instagram Story on Sunday to share that he’s stepping “into a new beginning,” as his ex Jennifer Lopez reunites with Ben Affleck. “I am about to step into a new beginning in my life.
Royal Comeback Redux
Santana’s walk off home run leads Royals to series win
In the box score it may be Royals vs Tigers, but on the field each team honored the Negro Leagues by wearing Kansas City Monarchs and Detroit Stars jerseys. Saluting the Negro Leagues in style. We’ll be auctioning off game-used jerseys, hats, batting helmets and the bases from today’s game.
Water World Report
Chance for more rain Monday, could tie record for consecutive days of rain
Hide Transcript Show Transcript ALERT WEATHER. EMILY:E W DIDN’T KNOW IF WE WERE GOING TO DO .IT BUT ANOTHER DAY WITH MEASURABLE RAIN. SO THAT GETS US CLOSER TO TTHA RECORD. NEVILLE: YEAH, SO IF YOU’RE RECORD, YOU GOT YROU WISH. BECAUSE WE HAD MEASURABLE RAINFA.LL WE’RE TALKING ABOUT1 .00 OF AN INCH OF RAIN AT K.C.I.
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