Sunday, September 10, 2017

The Kansas City Sunday Night Link Look

Classic Candice and just one more look at the news scene for tonight:

Kansas City Season Of Hype Update

Maybe the Kansas City Chiefs are just that good

We knew it was coming. NFL analysts, reporters, and fans are trying to explain how the Kansas City Chiefs could have whipped the New England Patriots the way they did. The Patriots were the league darling coming into the 2017 season, with real talk about going undefeated.

Police Secret Payments

After KC police shot and paralyzed a man, his $4.8M settlement remained secret for years

In November 2013, Kansas City police investigating a reported carjacking shot Philippe Lora - 20 times, according to his attorney - leaving him partly paralyzed. When Lora filed a lawsuit saying that he was unarmed and that the officers used excessive force, the department paid $4.8 million in one of the largest settlements in the department's history.

Locals Pray For Justice

Metro siblings pray for a murder charge in sister's violent death

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Shannon Keithley was only 39 years old, and during the early morning of August 18th her family says a man whom she had never seen before broke through the back door of Shannon's home off Lathrop Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas. "Shannon was so charismatic, so loving and colorful.

Sleaze Summit Burns

Lee's Summit house catches fire for second time this year

A house that was set on fire in June to cover up a burglary has caught on fire a second time. The fire happened on Saturday at 11:49 p.m. at a house in the 1200 block of SE 11th St. Crews went to the house after a neighbor reported that the back deck was on fire.

Home Team Scorecard

Royals 11, Twins 3: Colon failure

By the 3rd inning, Dick and Bert were discussing cargo pants. That's about how the trajectory of this game looked early on. The Twins got on the board first, after a cool Byron Buxton triple and a sac fly by Eddie Rosario. Bartolo Colon pitched a 1-2-3 first, but unfortunately baseball games have more innings.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

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