A quick glimpse at the Kansas City discourse and all of the evening news links worth a peek on this local news Saturday. Checkit:
More Tragedy On MLK Blvd
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A motorcyclist was killed when they left the roadway and crashed Saturday afternoon near 80th Street and The Paseo. According to Kansas City, Missouri, Police, a black Harley Davidson motorcycle was traveling north on The Paseo when the driver lost control for unknown reasons.
KC Hip-Hop Tribute
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A family grieved the loss of local rapper Mack Jones as they attended his funeral on Saturday. Jones was found dead inside of a car last Saturday in Kansas City, Missouri, after going missing for several days. It was an emotional funeral at GraceWay Church in Raytown as family remembered the 30-year-old.
Check Brookside Cut Ups
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Box after box of personal documents made their way to the Brookside neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri, on Saturday. Businesses came together to help people shred documents with personal information on them that shouldn't be just thrown away.
Local Live-Cast Vigilante Hero Earns More National Coverage
Danielle Reno isn't an investigator, she doesn't work for the police department, but she used her best sleuthing skills to bring her car back home.
Celebrate KC Granny B-Ball
The Granny Basketball League is only for players over 50. "We play the original rules for women's basketball from the 1920s, thus the outfits," said Dee Bisel, who co-chairs the National Granny Basketball Tournament.The women wear bloomers, and the socks tell which team they are on.
EPIC Throw To Nowhere
Mahomes had no problem throwing the football over the 260-foot wall at Arrowhead Stadium.
Royal Switcheroo Underway?!?!
Now, whether the Kansas City Royals are actually active at the trade deadline is an entirely different question. But for the sake of this column, let's assume general manager Dayton Moore intends to trade off some pieces. Really, there's no reason for him not to, especially regarding veterans who will walk after the season.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .