Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Kansas City Early Wednesday



Candice in black and some of the top links for the Kansas City early morning right now. Take a peek:

Kansas City Footballer Profile

Chiefs preview: Kansas City looks to break from status quo

CLOSE Training camps are still in the distance, but USA TODAY Sports is providing five things you need to know about every team in the NFL to catch you up on the offseason. Today, the Kansas City Chiefs ...


Deadly Kansas City Morning Crash

Man, woman killed in crash at 33rd and Prospect

Authorities in Kansas City say a man and a woman have died after a crash early Wednesday morning.


South KC Tribute

Friends honor Indian Creek Trail homicide victim during Mount Kilimanjaro climb

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A group of friends who knew Indian Creek Trail homicide victim Mike Darby plan to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in July while carrying pictures and items reminding them of the man close to their hearts.


WaPo Covers KCMO Cycling Tragedy

Cyclist killed in Kansas City race remembered as a 'tenacious but humble' competitor

An elite St. Louis cyclist who was known for his work ethic and commitment to the tenets of Boy Scouts died in a crash during a bicycle race Sunday in Kansas City, stunning members of the cycling community.


The Season Of Vigils Continues

Mourners grieve loss of Kansas City man murdered, pray for little girl fighting for her life after shooting

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- On Tuesday night with heavy hearts, relatives and friends of a Kansas City maintenance worker recently shot and killed took time to remember him. An 8-year-old girl who police say was shot by another child on Sunday was also on the mourners' minds.


Show-Me Rural Concern

Osteopathic Medicine, Born In Missouri, Now Seeks To Fill Rural Health Care Gaps

Twenty-four-year-old Kalee Woody says that when she was growing up in Bronaugh, Missouri, she saw the small town slowly fading, as businesses closed, growth stagnated and residents had to drive to other places to see a doctor. It's a town that, like much of rural Missouri, is recognized by the federal government as having a shortage of healthcare providers.


Kansas Caution Needed

Kansas given an 'F' on preventable deaths report

Study examined three major categories A report released Tuesday by the National Safety Council gives Kansas an overall grade of F based on home and community safety, workplace safety and road safety. Kansas was one of 11 states to receive an F, and no states received an overall A.


Hope After Last Night's Loss

Kansas City Royals in contention for AL Central

They were supposed to have been dead and buried. Everyone was calling them surefire "sellers" at the trade deadline. It was the beginning of a new dark age for the organization. Yet, somehow, the Kansas City Royals now find themselves sitting at .500 and just 2.5 games out of first place in the AL Central.


Nick Jonas - Remember I Told You ft. Anne-Marie, Mike Posner is the horrible yet dance-able song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

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