Sunday, April 21, 2019

Kansas City Sunday Night Overview



For our late night denizens, the enduring hotness of Candice inspires a look at topics from throughout the day and a quick peek at the week to come . . .


Local Immigrant Life Lessons

Becoming American: Family and Community

Mon, April 22, 2019 - The Library continues its examination of immigration in America with a screening of the film My American Girls: A Dominican Story and discussion of the enormous role of family and community in immigrants' adaptation to American life.


Sketchy KCK Inferno Investigated

Illegal activity, incendiary device may have caused KCK fire

Firefighters are still trying to determine the exact cause of a large house fire Saturday in the 1600 block of Ruby Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas, but KCK Fire Department officials said an incendiary device may have sparked the blaze.


Kangaroo Media NextGen Training

Four UMKC students awarded at MBEA college media competition

Four UMKC students took home awards for works they produced at the 2019 Missouri Broadcast Educators Association (MBEA) College Media Competition. Elizabeth Ruiz, Lina Dannov, Alex Ayala and Ashley Cote all won for their works produced while they were enrolled in the spring 2018 Communication Studies 363 Radio Production class, taught by UMKC's Angela Elam.


Meth Town Hero Still Winning

Eminem celebrates 11 years of sobriety

Eminem is marking 11 years sober following a pill addiction that could have killed him. The "Kamikaze" rapper tweeted a photo of his medallion on Saturday, writing, "11 years - still not afraid." The token reads, "XI" (the Roman numerals for 11), "Unity," "Service" and "Recovery."


Tiger Maul Update

Condition improving for zookeeper attacked by tiger at Topeka Zoo

City officials say a tiger mauled a zookeeper at the Topeka Zoo in northeastern Kansas.


The Kansas City Sunday Let Down

Royals fall to Yankees 7-6 in battle of bullpen blown leads

Austin Romine lofted a fly ball for a single in the tenth to give the Yankees a 7-6 win and series win. Jake Diekman began the tenth and immediately struggled with his command, walking the first two hitters.


Building Kansas City Hype

Drafting Patrick Mahomes: How the Chiefs outmaneuvered the NFL

8:00 AM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In the moments leading up to the start of the 2017 NFL draft, sports agent Leigh Steinberg sat with relative calm at a party thrown by his client, Patrick Mahomes.


Spring Cool Down Ahead

Early week rain, cooler temps

First off, I hope you had a happy Easter (if you celebrate.) It ended being a really nice day for anything outdoors. It was a bit windy, obviously. That will was part of the fuel that got us into the mid 80s!


Hopefully, more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!

6 comments:

Byron Funkhouser said...

Donald Trump hates immigrants so much he married two of them.


Mueller Report, Volume 1, page 149, 11/9/2016, news reports stated that Clinton called Trump to concede. Redacted wrote to Dimitriev, “Putin has won.”

NKC Strong said...

I love America and late night Russian Trump trolls. Just makes our nation stronger. Keep slap fighting boys. MAGA is looking to win 2020.

Anonymous said...

Byron the Socialist Nazi, will be just one of those who will see that Trump gets elected again.

Anonymous said...

Ha. Byron can't shut his marshmallow brain off.

Anonymous said...

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Candice: "I've fallen!"

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Anonymous said...

@10:50, Byron, you dumbass, two educated models from Eastern Europe that ended up being sponsored and supported by a billionaire husband are somewhat different than a family of five day laborers that will squat in a tent city and use public assistance.