Sunday, November 25, 2018

The Kansas City Sunday Early News

A pop culture masterwork:

Esquire: Why Photographer Russell James Decided to Do His New Angels Book

Closer to home, here are news links worth checking right now:

Kansas City Forecast Fear

First Alert: Rain changing over to snow Sunday

We will start out with rain Sunday morning, which will change over to snow. Strong winds could produce near whiteout conditions, making travel hazardous.

Rundaround Last Night

Semi-truck driver leads troopers on I-70 chase from Kansas City to near Boonville

A semi-truck driver led Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers on a chase from outside Kansas City to near Boonville on I-70 Sunday evening around 10 p.m.

Real Life Road Warriors

Public works crews pre-treating roads ahead of storm

Public works crews in Grandview began pre-treating the roads Saturday ahead of Sunday's snow.

Kansas City Flight Ready

KCI, cities prepping for winter storm's wrath

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With a winter storm is approaching the Kansas City area, many cities treated roads and bridges ahead of the storm. "If we don't get that much, we will just lay salt on the main routes," Grandview, Missouri, Equipment Operator William Briscoe said.

Confirmation: The New Ned

Kansas City Royals may have manager of future in Mike Matheny

Despite his successful run over the past decade, Ned Yost is not going to manage the Kansas City Royals forever. He is the winningest manager in Royals history, bringing the franchise to two World Series appearances and taking home the 2015 championship, but he is 64 years old.

Life Without Coach Bill

K-State enters uncertain offseason with unprecedented collapse at Iowa State | The Wichita Eagle

Kansas State has won and lost football games in just about every way possible since Bill Snyder took over as coach in 1989, but the Wildcats' 42-38 loss to Iowa State on Saturday at Jack Trice Stadium may stand on its own. For decades now, K-State has protected second-half leads like gold in Fort Knox.

Show-Me High Flying Badness

Menace from the sky: Black vultures attacking calves across Missouri

Farmers and ranchers in parts of the Midwest are fending off a new menace: the federally protected black vultures, which swoop down and peck newborn calves and other small animals to death. Some cattle producers have lost multiple calves to vulture attacks that have become increasingly common over the past decade or so.

Snow Coverage Now

First Alert: Snow tracking toward Kansas Cty

Your Saturday will be mild. Look for a high near 61 degrees. But snow is on the way for Kansas City. The metro could see 1-3 inches of snow. Areas to the north...

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Anonymous said...

Of course the Black Vultures are more of a menace. They're black.

Anonymous said...

Black vultures are another invasion from the south.

Anonymous said...

Black Vultures Matter BVM

Anonymous said...

The real problem is not the vultures, it's the feds.