Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Kansas City Christmas Tuesday News



Not so long ago, hottie Lucy inspired our Christmas spirit to take a more worldly perspective and this morning we share just a few newsworthy links on the International front:

TIME: How the 14,000 Migrant Children in Federal Custody Will Spend Christmas

NY Post: Barcelona on high alert after US warns of possible Christmas attack

NBC: National Christmas Tree reopens with donors' help amid government shutdown

Closer to home, these news links are also worth a look for right now . . .

Gunfire Survivor Story

Christmas Past Tribute

Kansas City Royals: Should Yordano Ventura be a Royals Hall of Famer?

After the Kansas City Royals released their 2019 Royals Hall of Fame ballot, it's only natural that opinions of who deserves to be inducted come with it. The list this year doesn't have many names that stand out, but one is set to give Royals nation something to talk about for a while.


Kansas City Coffee Renaissance???

2nd Chance Celebration

In Kansas And Missouri, Federal Sentencing Reform Is Seen As A Wecome 'First Step'

Though the criminal justice reform bill signed into law Friday by President Donald Trump affects only prisoners charged with federal crimes, it could have an outsized effect in states like Kansas and Missouri, where repeat drug offenders are more likely to face harsh prison sentences.


More Deets About Destiny

Kansas City Chiefs: AFC playoff picture after week 16

There's just one regular season game remaining for the Kansas City Chiefs, but they still control their own destiny at the moment. They had some help over the weekend with the Chargers losing on Saturday and the Texans dropping a close game earlier on Sunday.


Sleigh Travel Update

Perfect travel weather in the metro for Christmas day

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT HOPEFULLY THEY CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN. HALEY: NO WHITE CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR, NEVILLE. NEVILLE: THE CLOSEST THING WE HAVE AT THE STATION, THERE IS A PILE OF SNOW STILL OUT THERE. THAT IS ALL WE HAVE. WE DO HAVE SOME RAIN.


Jolly Local Tribute

Career Santa describes joy of listening to children

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - This time of year, being Santa Claus can be a busy job. For one man, who shall remain nameless, the role brings with it events at local malls, community gatherings and tree lightings. "I'm in excess of 80 events since Thanksgiving," he said.


White Christmas sung by the Drifters and then animated by Joshua Held is the song for today and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

And now I'm inspired.

Anonymous said...

I woke up and found a lump of coal left by Santa. It had a CHIEF's logo on it!

Anonymous said...

Maybe Uncle Joe will visit the little kids in detention camps for some hands-on Xmas joy?

Anonymous said...

Maybe that guy shouldnt have been “moving out” at 2:00 in the morning, maybe he wouldn’t have got shot in the head. I noticed she didn’t mention that they were moving meth though.