Thursday, February 08, 2018

The Kansas City Morning News Look Down

Right now we start the morning news cycle with classic Candice inspiration and fondly remember her body of work before she decided to wreck herself with children and family. Closer to home, here are some of the more important Kansas City links we're checking right now . . .

The Kansas City Morning Crash

Man arrested after driving truck into Westport business

The crash happened at about 2:45 a.m. at the Just Say Cash, located at 39th and Main Streets. (KCTV5) Officers took the driver into custody and took him to an area hospital with minor injuries. (KCTV5)

KCMO Street-side Gunfire Report

Family concerned after men targeted in random shooting on Blue Parkway

Family members are concerned after two men said they were randomly targeted in a shooting on Blue Parkway in the middle of the day Monday. According to a report from Kansas City, Missouri police, the two men in their 60's were driving east towards Raytown on Blue Parkway when a small newer-model red sedan drove up along their car's right side.

Tearing Down Meth Town Old School Legacy Of Local Manufacturing Jobs

Old foundry in Independence to be demolished after 20 years of police, fire calls

For 20 years, the city of Independence has had their eyes on a building after multiple fires and police calls.

New Tech Confronts KC Neighborhoods

Airbnb regulations finally heading to Kansas City Council for vote

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- After three years of discussions, an ordinance regulating Airbnb rentals will finally head to the full Kansas City Council for a vote. A fourth and final public hearing was held on the matter Wednesday.

Kansas City Soccer Fashion Debut

Sporting KC unveils new black kit

Sporting Kansas City just unveiled a new black kit for 2018. The secondary jersey is "Reflex Black" with metallic accents. It features a metallic silver Sporting KC shield and MLS Cup stars, a black and metallic silver MLS logo, matte silver names and numbers, and more.

New Dude Celebration

Five new things I learned about Patrick Mahomes

Matt Miller is a widely known draft analyst who does a fantastic job for Bleacher Report, and as part of his work there, he records a podcast called "Stick to Football." Miller has ties to the Kansas City area, so it was a treat for him to welcome on Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes this week.

Kansas City Low Key Forecast

Brief warm-up Thursday, but the chance for snow returns this weekend

We're keeping an eye on the chance for snow this weekend, but we're not ready to estimate a snowfall amount.

Rush - Fly By Night is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

He didn't tip his hat? We all know the problem. Media is afraid. Really they are chicken shits. Why doesn't one of the fake tit,teeth bleach blondes or tokens imbed with the KCMOPD and report live?

Anonymous said...

What a neat looking kit for our minor league soccer team.

Start the lame high school pep rally chants now!!

Anonymous said...

If Independence can tear down a dangerous building that represents a threat to its population, why can't Kansas City?

There are TWO dangerous buildings that present a clear danger to all the residents of the area that should be torn down.

They are both located between Oak and Locust streets, one just north of 12th street and the other immediately south.

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