Thursday, January 10, 2019

The Kansas City News Cleanup



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Kansas City Gun-fighting Cont'd

Shooting in Kansas City leaves on with minor injuries

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Kansas City police responded to a shooting where one person was shot. Wednesday at 2:45 p.m., one person was shot after a shooting at 34th and Indiana. Police say that person has minor injuries. The suspect was last seen in a blue Chrysler 300.


Driver Crackdown Underway

Pulling The Pluge

Towns, hospitals look to cut ties with struggling EmpowerHMS | The Kansas City Star

City leaders are becoming increasingly concerned about whether their hospitals can continue to operate under EmpowerHMS, a management company based in North Kansas City, as signs of financial distress multiply.


Rap Chips Consequences

Tragic Missouri Discovery

Boy missing for 5 months found concealed in attic of Missouri home

A five-month search for a missing 6-year-old boy ended Tuesday in the attic of a Laclede County, Missouri, home. Braedence Jones was found in an attic crawl space that had been nailed shut and concealed, authorities said. The boy's mother, Aubrey Ferguson, was also found hiding in the crawl space.


Kansas Obamacare Comeback???

Kansas Democrats hope for traction on Medicaid expansion, medical marijuana

Proponents of Medicaid expansion face an uphill battle in this year's legislative session despite, or perhaps because of, Gov.-elect Laura Kelly's support for the idea.Democrats worry Republican leadership again will stifle discussion on hot-button health issues, such as Medicaid expansion and medicinal marijuana.Kelly, a Democrat who made expansion a cornerstone of her campaign, said health care is a critical need that remains inaccessible to many people.


Missouri Union Fight Cont'd
Will Missouri Legislature pass a 'Right to work' bill this year? Senate leader is not convinced - Missourinet
Show-Me Health Transit Rage

Missouri Rips Air Ambulance Companies For Charging 'Jaw-Dropping' Fees To Patients In Emergencies

One patient was billed more than $100,000 after being transferred out of state for treatment of encephalitis. Another got a bill for $25,000 after being kicked by a horse, which caused a traumatic eye injury requiring hospital treatment. A third was socked with a bill for more than $24,000 after a trip to a nearby hospital following a motor vehicle accident.


Retail Death Impact

If Sears dies, does that save rival JCPenney?

If Sears dies, does that save rival JCPenney? Investors seemed to be thinking that way Tuesday. JCPenney jumped 11 percent Tuesday morning as reports swirled that Sears was on the verge of going into bankruptcy court to begin the process of shutting down.


Kansas City Floater Festival

Escape winter with trip to KC boat show this weekend

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Outdoor enthusiasts can get a jump start summer plans to hit the water this weekend. The Kansas City Boat and Sports Show begins Thursday and runs through Sunday at Bartle Hall. This year, the event is going high tech with a virtual reality boating simulator.


Local Shout Out

Your Morning Brief: 5 things you need to know for today

Here are the top headlines in Kansas City for Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019: KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Hundreds of demonstrators are expected outside Union Station today for the KC Local Federal Employees Rally Against Shutdown which is next to the IRS building. Kansas City has about 27,000 employees.


Kansas City Fan Fiction

'Can't wait to see the Cheetah throw the deuce in the game'

Up-and-coming country music performer Blane Howard has been a lifelong Kansas City Chiefs fan. But he's never been able to attend a game at Arrowhead Stadium.


The Last Drop . . .

Man who played Colombian coffee's Juan Valdez dies at 83

Carlos Sanchez, who for decades played the character Juan Valdez in a series of legendary Colombian coffee TV commercials, has died, according to reports Thursday. Sanchez passed away at age 83 in late December of undisclosed causes in the city of Medellin, the New York Times said.


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh damn, Juan Valdez died? I remember seeing him in commercials all the time growing up.