Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Kansas City Late Night News Outlook

Just a few worthwhile items from the midweek news cycle for our late night shift worker pals . . .

EPIC Kansas City Blaze Aftermath

Massive house fire spreads to nearby homes in Kansas City

Kansas City, Missouri fire crews are on scene battling a massive house fire that may have spread to two other homes. Firefighters were called to the structure in the 400 block of Askew Avenue near Smart Avenue around 4:30 p.m. Flames were already shooting from the roof of the multi-story home when fire crews arrived.

Blizzard 2018 Regret

41 Files: 'They've just never done a really good job'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The city's first big snowstorm in several years last weekend exposed a problem dating back even further: we're terrible at clearing our sidewalks.

KC Scare In The Air

Southwest flight lands in Kansas City with broken windshield

A Southwest flight landed at Kansas City International Airport on Wednesday night with a broken windshield.

Miracle Doggie In The Dotte

KCK dog's survival after being found frozen in the snow is a Christmas miracle

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- It really is beginning to look a lot like Christmas and one dog's story will warm your heart in many ways. On Wednesday, a good Samaritan found a miniature Doberman Pinscher, injured and frozen in a pile of snow near 51st and Forest in Kansas City, Kansas.

Local Lady Club Needs Cash!!!

The Nelle tweaks its plans and launches funding campaign - Kansas City Business Journal

Kansas City's new social club for women is tweaking its plans. Feedback from meetings with area companies and female executives spurred The Nelle founders to pursue a different building to house their concept. They need something bigger.

The Cowtown Thaw Coming Up

Refreezing possible again overnight with more melting Thursday

We'll keep warming through Saturday

Kansas City Variety Show Coming Soon

Kansas City's Late-Night Scene Adds Something It Was Missing - A Variety Show

Variety shows aren't all gongs and spangles. Besides simply being entertaining, such shows are ways for artists to help build their fan bases by "cross-pollinating audiences," says Stephanie Roberts, a theater professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .


Anonymous said...

Why should we give a damn about clearing sidewalks when the city doesn’t give a damn about the streets?

Anonymous said...

'They've just never done a really good job'

They do a really good job lying to and ripping off the public.

Anonymous said...

...and you complain. All you do is complain.