There aren't many things in this world more inspiring than Ewa. Yet, we still collect all of these top Kansas City MSM links to start the day early.
Take a look:
This Week Inside The Loop
Here is the highlight reel of what's happening in Downtown KC from Monday to Sunday, Aug. 7-13: Bruno Mars - the multiple GRAMMY® Award winner and 20 time GRAMMY® nominee - returns to Downtown for his 24K Magic World Tour, along with special guest Camila Cabello, at 8 p.m.
Morning Missouri Tragedy
CLINTON, Mo. - A man who shot and killed a Clinton police officer during a traffic stop late Sunday night was still on the run Monday morning, a report from officials confirmed Monday morning. Officer Gary Michael, 37, died from a gunshot wound after a traffic stop turned violent around 10:15 p.m.
Kansas City Dries Out
Kansas City is recovering from yet another round of flash flooding that hit late Saturday night and early Sunday morning. People were left stranded on the roofs of their cars as floodwaters hit the roads. This is less than two weeks after flash flood waters devastated businesses and homes in south Kansas City.
Doomed To Forget Weekend Memories???
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Police are still are searching for the gunman who shot and killed a Kansas City, Kan. man three days ago. 39-year-old Derrick Horton was shot multiple times in the stomach and left near 63rd and Malvern Avenue. Sunday, people gathered to remember him at his restaurant, Charlie D's Fried Catfish.
Show-Me Stripper Rampage Aftermath
A good deed on behalf of four stranded strippers has cost a Missouri man his life. Rufus Cross, 55, of Wilson City, Missouri encountered Brittany Curry, 28, Ponesha Taylor, 23, Johniesha Simmons, 19, and Lauteshia Dotson, 23, at a local gas station. The women apparently were stranded and two of them were from Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee.
KICK-ASS TKC Reader Request Relink: Fear Rock Chalk Medical Drama
A Kansas woman who says a misdiagnosis led doctors to remove parts of her organs and then cover up the mistake is suing the University of Kansas Hospital over her treatment.
The Kansas City Give And Take
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rookie Jakob Junis pitched eight sharp innings and the Kansas City Royals beat the Seattle Mariners 9-1 to split their doubleheader Sunday. Whit Merrifield homered in both games for the Royals. Junis (4-2), who was added to Kansas City's roster as the extra 26th man for the twinbill, allowed one run.
Garbage - No Horses is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .