Quick collection of news and headlines before we see each other on the other side of the Sun . . .
Kansas City Hippies Against Haters
KANSAS CITY, Mo - Kansas City police were parked outside of Aquarius book store Saturday afternoon, as people colored "No Hate" signs inside and taped them on the window. Store owner Barbara Criswell organized a "No Hate Zone" counter-movement in response to a Facebook post.
Search For Fisherman On The Kaw
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Rescue crews spent over an hour Sunday night searching the Kansas River for a fisherman who reportedly fell in the water. According to Kansas City, Kansas Fire Chief John Paul Jones, witnesses saw the fisherman fall into the water near Holliday Drive and I-435.
Meth Town Gunfire Consequences
The Independence Police Department is investigating a homicide that happened on Thursday night.
Home Team Star Stuck
A look at what's happening all around the majors Monday: - TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE PARK The Kansas City Royals are off, and several of them already have big plans for their day away from Kauffman Stadium - they're going to watch the eclipse.
Another Pre-Season Peek
It was an excellent preseason performance for the Kansas City Chiefs as they beat the Bengals 30-12. The Chiefs jumped on their opponents early on, and simply outplayed them all night. It was the kind of game that should give coaches, players, and fans a lot of confidence heading into the regular season.
The Dan Band's iconic version of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .