Thursday, August 10, 2017

The Kansas City Early Morning Thursday



Brit hottie Leanne starts this big morning as we consider some of the top Kansas City mainstream media links. Here's the bright and smiling news to begin the day . . .

Kansas City History In Pix

Photo Vending Machines Explore More Than 100 Years Of Kansas City History

What do you expect to find at a vending machine? Soda or chips? How about a full-blown history tour? That's the idea behind photographer Chris Dahlquist's exhibit History Vendor , located at City Market Park on 3rd and Main Street through mid-October.


The Cowtown Loop Eclipsed

Documentary on eclipse explains importance of location for downtown KC, on the edge of totality

From the documentary "Totality: The American Eclipse," Mike Kentrianakis, solar eclipse project manager for the American Astronomical Society, explains how important location is to see the Aug. 21 eclipse in totality when in areas on the edge of totality, like downtown Kansas City.


Growing KCMO Urban Core

Uzazi Village grows into a new home as it continues to serve women, babies and families in the urban core

Photo by Zach Bauman Zara Bever, pregnant with her second child, wanted to avoid another cesarean section like the one she'd had at a Northland hospital when her first child was born. She had been confined to a bed then, prohibited from walking around.


Tragic Tragedy Report

One dead, multiple injured in crash at 38th and The Paseo

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Police are looking into what caused a deadly crash on Wednesday evening. Several people were hurt in the crash at 38th and The Paseo shortly before 7 p.m. One person died at the scene.


Have You Seen This Local Dude???

Family asking for help to find missing KCK man

The Wyandotte County Sheriff's Department is asking for help to find a missing Kansas City, Kansas man. William "Bucky" Boyd Jr., 61, hasn't been heard from in more than a week. Boyd's family and friends are concerned - he has an impairment and is unable to provide total care for himself.


Show-Me Even More Tribute

Fallen Clinton officer remembered at candlelight vigil

CLINTON, Mo. - Hundreds of people gathered on Wednesday night outside the Henry County Courthouse for a vigil to honor fallen police officer Gary Michael. Michael was shot and killed during a traffic stop on Sunday night, which led to a manhunt for the suspect that lasted to Tuesday.


Last Chance For Chiefs QB

Why Alex Smith is being pushed to greatness in 2017

Okay, the title says greatness. Perhaps that is pushing it. I'm not here to say Alex Smith is going to break records. I'm not saying he has this team headed to the Super Bowl. So what am I saying? It is getting very difficult to overlook what he has been doing in training camp for the Kansas City Chiefs.


Ella Fitzgerald - Summertime (1968) is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- Let The Crow Fly

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Anonymous said...

Congratulations to KCTV Channel 5 for setting the bar at a NEW LOW for morning news anchor readers/blabbers. I saw about 5 minutes of the new team and almost puked. It was always the lowest rated but you've outdone yourselves this time.