Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Kansas City Midweek Morning Nice News

Special treat this week, we're starting the day with a worthwhile selection of nice news and reader suggested links that speak out the many interests of our blog community beyond hotties and, of course, with a community interest . . .

Heart To Heart With Mr. Hill

In video, Tyreek Hill thanks Kansas City Chiefs fans for love, support

In video, Tyreek Hill thanks Kansas City Chiefs fans for love, support -- Hill says he will continue to work hard at the game he loves.

How To Save A Life In KC

KCFD focuses on teaching CPR so bystanders can save lives

The Kansas City Fire Department is one year into a program placing an emphasis on teaching proper CPR techniques. A deputy fire chief said when bystanders jump into action before ambulances and EMTs arrive, it increases odds of surviving a heart attack.

Family Survival Story

KC mom of three overcomes addiction through Jackson County's Family Drug Court

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- You might have heard about drug court, but have you heard about family drug court? It's a program here and in many cities across the country that allows parents who've had children removed from their home the chance to get their kids back, and get clean, without facing criminal charges.

Show-Me Home Game Route

MoDOT reminds Chiefs fans about ongoing road work for game day

A multimillion-dollar construction project is underway just a few yards from the Truman Sports Complex, and it will affect Chiefs fans driving to Arrowhead on game day."I think the biggest challenge that you face in a project like this is just the amount of cars that you have to deal with," said James Pflum, of the Missouri Department of Transportation.There are multiple detours in place with ramps from interstates 435 and 70 now demolished in both directions.The biggest changes are for drivers coming from southbound Interstate 435 where, depending on gate entry, drivers will either take U.S.

NewKCI Traffic Guide

New construction at KCI will restrict lanes beginning Wednesday night

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Construction on the new single terminal at KCI will impact traffic beginning Wednesday night. Beginning at 11 p.m. traffic between terminals B and C will be restricted to one lane while crews work to build garage space for the new airport.

Local Lucky Dude

Belton man wins $100,000 scratch-off ticket

BELTON, MO (KCTV) -- A Belton man recently won a $100,000 top prize on a Missouri Lottery "$5,000,000 Big Money" Scratchers ticket. Daniel Hennessy purchased the winning ticket from Hy-Vee Gas located at 1303 E. North Ave. The $20 Scratchers game still has more than $24 million in prizes remaining.

Kansas City Compromises

KC's ranking among cities with best (and worst) work-life balance - Kansas City Business Journal

Whether it's disconnecting from your phone after clocking out or taking off early to get to a recital, everybody has their own ways to maintain their work-life balance. But based on a recent study, that balance could be harder to achieve depending on where you live.

KC Doggie Smart Tech Debuts

Wayside Waifs trying out new GPS smart collars for dogs


Upgrades Across The Bridge

New inspection shows progress at Northland apartment complex

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A second re-inspection by health officials revealed progress in fixing violations uncovered at a Northland apartment complex in Kansas City, Missouri. City health inspectors returned Monday to the Englewood Apartments, where this month they found 115 violations that included cockroaches, backed-up sewage and mold.

Kansas City Chiefs Escape 'Black Hole' With Victory

Commentary: Kansas City Chiefs Bid Oakland's 'Black Hole' Coliseum Farewell

Ever since the teams' first meeting in Oakland, nearly 60 years ago, the rivalry between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Oakland Raiders has been considered one of the bitterest in the NFL. After this past Sunday it will never be quite the same.

Building EPIC JoCo Community

Jewish Community Center breaks ground on $11.5 million expansion in Overland Park

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Jewish Community Center leaders broke ground Tuesday on the 32,000-square-foot Staenberg Family Recreation Center. "A lot of people say you can never go home, but I'm back and I really feel Kansas City is my second home," Staenberg said.

Tech Game Sneak Peek

Renewed Kauffman support expected to fuel 'Pitch Perfect' through 2021

Hungry entrepreneurs could be the leading reason behind the return of Pitch Perfect bootcamp at the Enterprise Center in Johnson County. "[We heard from the community that] it was one of the best programs in the city for [early-stage founders]," Kathryn Golden, ECJC programs manager, said of a growing appetite for resources provided by the program - set to return to the metro Oct.

High Flying Help

JCCC conducts study to protect birds from deadly collisions

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- On Tuesday, Johnson County Community College has cut the number of bird deaths in half with some simple stickers on the glass. Johnson County Community College has a lot of greenery on campus enjoyed by students like Juan Bocanegra.

Boozy Basement Reporting

J. Rieger distillery opens Hey! Hey! Club in Kansas City [PHOTOS] - Kansas City Business Journal

J. Rieger & Co.'s new welcome center just got a standalone venue in its basement. According to a Tuesday release, The Hey! Hey! Club will open for business on Thursday. The 51-seat club lounge is open to the public from 5 p.m. to midnight Wednesday through Saturday.

X-Mas Prep Already

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is coming back to Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO - The holidays will be here before you know it, and it's time to start planning your wintertime events. One of the most-looked-forwarded to traditions, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, is returning to Kansas City on December 7, and we are getting a sneak preview from two of its members.

Moneyball Luck Redux???

KC Royals: How 2019 farm system is shaping up like 2011 farm system

Between 2007 - 2011, the Kansas City Royals minor system sustained prolong championship success as prospects advanced through the system. These prospects played together, found a taste for success, and competed for championships in the minor league playoffs.

Helping Internets Equality

Jameela Jamil: Does the internet objectify or empower women?

British actress, model, presenter and activist Jameela Jamil believes while women are right to be cautious about the damaging side of social media, they can also harness positive aspects to affect change In spite of how shallow and teeming with toxicity, insincerity and vanity it is, I think the internet helps women more than it hinders them.

TKC Reader Exercise Tip

Why Your Breasts Need To Be Massaged-& A DIY Ayurvedic Technique To Try

"The breasts are totally ignored in most [Western] massage," says Aarya Carolan, a Chopra Center massage therapist. "But it is very healing for people to receive massage directly to the breasts, where they often need it most."

Tabloid Equal Time???

What It Would Look Like If Tabloids Wrote About Men The Way They Write About Women

Can you believe it? Arnold Schwarzenegger went braless again! Or at least that's what they're saying on the Daily Male, a cheeky new Twitter account that shows how tabloids objectify women by using pulled-from-the-headlines phrasing to describe famous men. It's not just the former Governator who's baring some major skin on the Daily Male.

Dora Hotness Explored

Dora Madison Burge in Lingerie Photoshoot

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