Friday, April 26, 2019

Kansas City Friday Night News Lights

Cheeky Miley inspires a quick pop culture look tonight . . .

Takeout: Millennials less healthy than Gen Xers were at the same age

MIT: Actually, millennials don't own fewer cars

The Street: Is It Easier Than Ever For Millennials to Buy Houses?

Closer to home, tonight we wanted to share more than a few fun news for our late night denizens . . .

Nothing But Fanboy Spoilers Tonight

Kansas Citians head to theaters for 'Avengers: Endgame'

"Avengers: Endgame" has Kansas City Marvel comic fans heading to theaters to see the expected blockbuster this weekend.

Foodie Report From The K

KC health inspectors recently visited Royals' Kauffman Stadium. Here's what they found

Aramark, which oversees the concessions at Kauffman Stadium, will introduce seven new items this season. Kauffman Stadium made national news in 2014, but not just for the Kansas City Royals' World Series run. A report on ESPN's "Outside the Lines" said poor food handling and dirty conditions at many of the stadium's concessions was putting fans' health at risk.

Local Hero Makes Big Bucks

Drew Lock selected by Denver Broncos in second round of NFL draft

Steve Helber SOURCE: Steve Helber Mizzou football star Drew Lock heard his name called Friday night.The Denver Broncos picked up the Lee's Summit native as the 42nd pick in the second round of the NFL draft.Lock, a quarterback, had been projected by some to wind up in the Mile High City, but in the opening round.Broncos boss John Elway lured Manning to Denver as a free agent in 2012 and Peyton got them to two Super Bowls, winning one.

Police Improvise With Doggie

KC police use crime scene tape as makeshift leashes after dogs found during arrest

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Facebook post is getting a lot of attention after police used crime scene tape as leashes for a couple of dogs found during an arrest. The Kansas City Police Department posted a photo on their Facebook page on April 24 of officers with two dogs on the makeshift leashes.

Dead Retail Redux

New plan for KCK's Indian Springs mall site sparks hope

There are plans for a potentially $140 million investment on the site of the old Indian Springs Mall in Kansas City, Kansas. A local food service company plans to open a new headquarters there. KCK's Unified Government has owned the property since 2007, costing taxpayers more than $19 million.

Local Guidance Amid Rough Week

Therapist says important for public people to address stress

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With Tyreek Hill suspended from the Chiefs after being investigated in a child abuse case involving his son, while already carrying around a past of domestic violence, there are still many unanswered questions.

Kansas City Weekend Forecast

Rain showers early; temps to drop Saturday evening

The low will fall to 54 degrees Friday night. There is a chance for light showers before dawn and continuing into the first portion of Saturday. There will be a...

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


Anonymous said...

Genx-ers don’t have insulted immune systems from being over-vaccinated as kids as the millennials have.

As the sales pitches continue for the failing vaccines, expect that to get worse in the next generation.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Real life anti-vaxxer on TKC? What took you so long? We've been waiting for your kind of cray for years!

Byron Funkhouser said...

^^He was inspired by Der Fuhrer who embraced yet another crazy conspiracy theory.