Saturday, November 04, 2017

Kansas City Saturday Morning Fog News

Hottie Diora inspires this quick Kansas City news compilation on this foggy Saturday morning . . .

Payback For Taxpayer Fans Who Fund Kansas City Chiefs Football Good Times

Chiefs postseason tickets going on sale early for Jackson County residents

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jackson County, Missouri, taxpayers have a special opportunity this month. Chiefs postseason tickets will go on sale early for those in Jackson County at 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 20. If you want to be one of the first to purchase potential postseason tickets, you'll have to buy them in person at the Arrowhead Stadium ticket office on the northwest side of the stadium.

Gunfire Attack Consideration

Family of man accused of shooting Lyft driver asks public to 'reserve judgment'

The family of a man accused of shooting a Lyft driver outside a Liberty restaurant asked the public Friday to "reserve judgment." Police say Patrick Logan Pulse of Independence fired six times at driver Antoine Roston of Kansas City last Sunday morning. Two bullets hit Roston in the head; a third lodged below his left clavicle.

Local Obamacare Collabo

3 KC health systems, 1,600 docs form clinically integrated network - Kansas City Business Journal

Three health care competitors - The University of Kansas Health System, Shawnee Mission Health and North Kansas City Hospital - will work together to improve pay and patient care. The companies will participate in a new clinically integrated network (CIN) consisting of more than 1,600 physicians in the Kansas City area, called Centrus Health Kansas City.

Kansas City Deadly Confrontation

Neighbors recall heated argument, shooting before suspect in two homicides fled the scene

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A suspect in two homicides is still on the run from police, but neighbors hope he won't be for long. Jerome Roberson, who's nickname is "Rome," is wanted for a murder early Thursday morning in Kansas City, and police say he's also the prime suspect in the shooting death of a man at a mobile home park in Independence.

Local Lesson In Charity In The Era Of Few Resources For Public Education

Metro school districts look to private money - KSHB.COM

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - School districts throughout the metro are becoming more dependent on the generosity of the private sector to advance their programs. Grain Valley High School's new outdoor classroom or "Learnscape" welcomed students on Friday thanks to the generosity of Hollis Miller architects.

KCMO Spirituality Stretch

KC yogis plan festival, find heartbeat in the heartland

In addition to a buzzing startup scene, entrepreneurial ecosystems require community to thrive. Three Kansas City yogis have joined forces to cultivate a space for Midwesterns to "just be" and align their mind, body and spirit. "There's been a lack of recognition about what's going on here in the middle of America for a long time."

Helping Hand For Heroes

Heart of America Stand Down Foundation has been helping local vets for 25 years

Adele - Send My Love is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Leave it to the West to reduce a 3000 year old spiritual tradition into selfies and firming up ones' ass.

Anonymous said...

You can go ahead and sell my Chief's season tickets. Won't go again and won't watch. Nothing anymore but a bunch of overpaid punks.