Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Kansas City Morning News Rinse



For our early morning readers, here's a glimpse of soggy pop culture news to compliment our ongoing rainy season. Take a look:

Harper's Bazaar: Could a Shower Filter Be the Missing Component to Your Wellness Routine?

Daily Star: Showering every day can be BAD for you, according to research

UST: Soggy Midwest, battered Missouri towns brace for more storms, flooding

Closer to home, we're sharing this downpour of all things local but maybe not debatable. Checkit:

Kansas City Park Rangers Coming Soon

Kansas City hires new rangers to protect parks

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Kansas City's parks are about to get safer thanks to a new Park Ranger Program. A total of 5 rangers will be hired and all of them will be licensed to carry guns. The rangers will oversee all the parks, but more focus will be put on larger parks like Loose park.


Community Newspaper Celebrates Ink

Recognizing the Ink Masters of Historic Northeast

Since last fall, the Northeast News has been bringing our readers stories about artists and musicians in our community, but we have yet to bring you the stories of tattoo artists living and working in Northeast.


Meth Town Wild Life Rescue

Independence firefighters rescue baby fox from fence post

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- A couple who lives near 39th and Phelps in Independence walked into Fire Station number 2 asking for help. That's when an unusual rescue began. Firefighters never know what their next call will be, but likely no one expected this.


Rising Tide In The Suburbs, Too

Crews in Grandview ready to battle rising water

GRANDVIEW, Mo. - Flooding concerns are on the rise for people across the Kansas City metro area. The City of Grandview usually sees flooding when there's a lot of rain in the forecast. The Grandview Public Works Department said there's not much they can do to stop any water from flowing in a certain direction.


Celebrating Local Legends

Eric Davis, Fred McGriff among the latest inductees to NLBM Hall of Game

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum has selected four baseball legends to be inducted into the 2019 Hall of Game. NLBM President Bob Kendrick announced Tuesday that All-Star and Gold Glover Eric Davis, five-time All-Star Fred McGriff, 1978 NL MVP Dave Parker and 1989 World Series MVP Dave Stewart would be this year's inductees.


Kansas City Golf Classic

Tom Watson excited by growing interest in upcoming Watson Challenge

Hide Transcript Show Transcript KAREN KORNACKI WAS THERE ANOTHER YEAR, ANOTHER WATSON CHALLENGE COMING UP. THIS YEAR, IT IS A WEEK LATER. STILL, EVERY BIT AS PECIAL TO TOM WATSON. -- IT REMAINS AS MEANINGFUL BECAUSE OF THE RESULTS. WE HAVE SEEN AN INCREASE IN TH COMPETITION.


Local Wine Battle Rippling

Power struggle for one Liberty winery, Inn

LIBERTY, MO (KCTV) -- What was once the Oddfellows Orphange is now Belvoir Winery, which operates as an Inn and event space. Guests were in the dark overnight for four hours Monday night. And a few weeks ago, power went out during a wedding, setting off fire alarms and the owner, metaphorically speaking.


Kansas City Training Day Update

Five Takeaways from Kansas City Chiefs Rookie Minicamp

The Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up their three-day rookie minicamp on Monday afternoon-capping off a stretch of time in which more than 60 players got their first taste of the NFL.


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