Monday, December 31, 2018

One Last Kansas City News Look 2018



Not exactly a look back but a glimpse at this evening's news cycle and some of the top stories for tonight that influence us into tomorrow with respect to the booty princess of MSM.

Take a peek:

Peeps: Kanye West Demands 'Public Apology' from Drake for Following Kim Kardashian on Instagram

Radar: Watch Out, Kanye! Kim Kardashian Shares Moment With Divorce Lawyer

L&S: Kim Kardashian’s Best Looks Of 2018 Prove That She’s The Reigning Queen Of Fashion

Closer to home these news links inspire our evening . . .

Feelings Not Facts On Crime

City leaders say crime is decreasing in metro

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Community leaders on both sides of the state line are happy to report a decrease in crime from 2017. "I am encouraged and I truly believe that we will see the change within two years," said Kamisha Stanton, KCMO's Violent Crimes Program Coordinator.


Show-Me MO Money

Minimum wage rising in 20 states, numerous cities

At Granny Shaffer's restaurant in Joplin, Missouri, owner Mike Wiggins is reprinting the menus to reflect the 5, 10 or 20 cents added to each item. A two-egg breakfast will cost an extra dime, at $7.39. The price of a three-piece fried chicken dinner will go up 20 cents, to $8.78.


Prez Trump Fight Ahead

House Democrats unveil measure to re-open government

WASHINGTON (AP) - House Democrats unveiled a package of bills Monday that would re-open the federal government without approving funding for President Donald Trump's border wall with Mexico, establishing an early confrontation that will test the new power dynamic in Washington.


Hint At The Future

US military tweets, deletes New Year's Eve message about dropping bombs

US Strategic Command, the unified military force that controls the launch of nuclear weapons, tweeted an unusual New Years Eve message on Monday featuring B-2 bombers dropping 30,000- pound conventional weapons at a test range.


Rock Chalk Literary Work

A KU Professor Finds George Orwell's Prescient Manifesto Against 'Psychological Warfare'

Before his book "Nineteen Eighty-Four" - published in 1949 - predicted the society of surveillance and doublespeak we live in now, George Orwell tried to save the world, a University of Kansas professor has discovered. David Smith, a sociology professor, recently found and published a lost Orwell document that called for the formation of a new international human rights league.


Fanboy Playoff Peek

Kickoff set for Chiefs' Divisional playoff game Jan. 12 at Arrowhead Stadium

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT CODY: GREAT NEWS. THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS WIN THE WEST AND THEY'RE THE NUMBER ONE SEED IN THE AFC, AFTER BEATING UP ON THE OAKLAND RAIDERS IN 35 TO 3 WIN SUNDA THE CHIEFS NOW HAVE A FIRST ROUND BYE IN THE PLAYOFFS AND HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE SO, THE ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL COULD GO THROUGH ARROWHEAD.


Give It Up Anyhoo

End-of-year charitable donations may not help tax bill

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The tax bill passed by Congress in December 2017 changed many parts of how people pay taxes, and as 2018 wraps up, one of those chances - the increase in the standard deduction - might have had an affect on charitable giving.


The party Forecast

A few flurries possible overnight, bitter cold Tuesday

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT KRIS: SO RAIN, BIG FLAKES, AND NOW THE COLD. NEVILLE: WE ARE STILL HANG OUT IN THE MID 30'S SO IT IS CHILLY, BUT THE BIG COLD IS STILL ON THE WAY. WHERE THOSE HEAVIER COATS BECAUSE YOU WILL KNOW WHEN IT ARRIVES.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Community leaders on both sides of the state line are happy to report a decrease in crime from 2017


ROFLMAO

Anonymous said...

Funny post.

Anonymous said...


What are they nuts????? Crime is up and waaaay more violent!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Nuts is being a little generous

Anonymous said...

Weez pleased to announce crime is way down in diz city since telling da Po Po to not take any reports or respond to little stuff if at all humanly possible.

Anonymous said...

Kamisha Stanton, KCMO's Violent Crimes Program Coordinator.


Uh this is a joke right?