Tuesday, February 05, 2019

Kansas City Tuesday Night News Look



Hottie Sammy inspires this quick peek into the world of publishing and new trends.

The Fourth Estate: The Future Of The Media Industry

Hedge fund’s ambition to dominate newspaper industry raises fear of a local news 'death spiral'

Amid Layoffs, McClatchy News CEO Got a $900,000 Bonus in 2017

Closer to home, these news links are worth a peek tonight . . .

Celebrate Local Coach Legacy

Legendary William Jewell basketball coach to retire

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - William Jewell men's basketball coach Larry Holley will retire after four decades at the school. Holley was named head coach in 1979 and since then has been the model of success. During his tenure, he has led the program to 830 wins, 12 conference titles, 14 NAIA National Tournament appearances and four Final Fours.


KCMO Warns Against Catchy Trend

Jump in syphilis cases has health officials on alert

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Health officials in Kansas City are warning of a 71 percent jump in syphilis cases in the past year. The Kansas City, Missouri Health Department's Division of Communicable Disease Prevention and Public Health Preparedness says members are maximizing their limited resources to reduce the case of sexually transmitted diseases.


Cowtown Slip & Slide

Multiple crashes reported on south side of metro as road conditions deteriorate

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT HOW THE HIGHWAYS WILL LET YOU KNOW WHEN THEY ARE BAD BECAUSE OF HOW MANY ACCIDENTS WE HAVE. THE FACT WE HAVE FEWER -- NO FEWER THAN 12 ACCIDENTS IN ORANGE RIGHT NOW, THE ROADS ARE GETTING BAD. WE ALSO TALKED ABOUT THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF PRECIPITATION THAT WE HAVE.


Kansas City Tuesday Damage

Icy weather causing several wrecks in Kansas and Missouri

FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) - There have been multiple wrecks around the Kansas and Missouri metro area that are causing lane closures due to the icy winter weather. There have been two wrecks along Interstate 435 near Corporate Woods in Overland Park.


Double Fanboy Tribute

Patrick Mahomes shows off killer crossover at pickup basketball game at Overland Park Life Time Fitness

Most people know that Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes also had a chance to play professional baseball. But people also forget he was a heck of a basketball player in high school. Well, Kansas City got a big reminder that Mahomes can ball out, too.


KC Consumer Redux

Target expands its loyalty program to 5 more cities, including KC

(CNN) -- Target is gradually expanding a free loyalty program that helps it gather key information about customers' shopping habits. The program, Target Circle, started last April in Dallas. Target Circle has steadily gained members and sales, so the company announced on Tuesday that it's rolling out to five more cities.


Ultimate Fanboy Apparel Debuts

Patrick Mahomes launches personal online merchandise store

KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) -- Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and current NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes has launched his own clothing line. The Chiefs quarterback tweeted a link to the site, Mahomes15.com, Tuesday evening. Fans can purchase hoodies, T-shirts and even book personal appearances through the site.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

guy in dress socks got taken to the hoop

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^ True.

Anonymous said...



Someone better get over to the Spot and let them in on the news.