Kansas City News Traffic Saturday

An iconic image of old school KCMO offers news context for where this town has been and where it's going . . . Meanwhile a auick glimpse at a variety of news items for the midday that didn't really fit anywhere else but still deserve a look for our most voracious news readers . . . Checkit:

Deadly Saturday Crash

One person killed in accident involving car and train in KCK

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - Police are investigating after one person was killed in an accident between a car and train. At about 10 a.m., KCK police were called to the 7300 block of Kaw Dr. on a car vs. train accident. One person was killed in the accident.

Another Talk With Troy

Seg. 1: KCMO Manager Schulte | Seg. 2: Johnson County Microtransit

Troy Schulte's 10-year term as manager of Kansas City, Missouri, will in a few months come to a close. He said one of the hardest things about his job was finding a balance in handling pressing crises and working toward long-term goals.

KCMO Slice Of Life

Kansas City man convicted in deadly stabbing

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Kansas City man is awaiting sentencing for a deadly stabbing. Panom Gai was convicted of stabbing two people in the West Bottoms in November 2017. Prosecutors say surveillance video from the area showed Gai attacking Cynthia Thomas; Thomas was killed in the attack.

Fun Time Biz Collabo

Six Flags pursues merger with Cedar Fair, report says - Kansas City Business Journal

Cedar Fair LP, the owner of Kansas City's Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun, reportedly is being pursued by a bigger amusement park competitor. Six Flags Entertainment Corp. (NYSE: SIX) has made a cash-for-stock offer that Cedar Fair (NYSE: FUN) is considering, Reuters report s, citing people familiar with the proposed transaction.

Flood News Tease And More Subscriber Info . . .

In a Year of Epic Rains, Draining Missouri River Reservoirs Hampers Levee Repairs

Federal authorities are racing to drain water from swollen reservoirs on the Upper Missouri River to prepare for next year's flood season, inadvertently complicating efforts to shore up badly damaged levees downstream. Heavy rains over frozen ground last March created record floods that breached dozens of levees in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas.

Dead-Tree App Old News

Missouri governor's office paid private attorneys $340,000 in Greitens Confide case

The governor's office has spent $340,000 so far on private attorneys to defend the state in a lawsuit over former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' use of the self-destructing text message app Confide, according to records reviewed by The Star.

Rock Chalk Redirect

Audit: Kansas economic development funds used for other purposes

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Only 18% of Kansas economic development funds were spent as intended in the last fiscal year, in part because there is little oversight of how money for a state economic development fund is spent, according to state auditors.

Fight Life Cont'd

Abortion battle ramping up in Kansas

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - For the first time since two conservative judges joined the U.S. Supreme Court bench, the court is taking up the topic of abortion. They'll be ruling on a law out of Louisiana that would erase all but one of the state's abortion clinics.

Show-Me Happy Hour Gimmick

New Missouri bar sells drinks by the hour, not by the glass

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - A new bar just opened for business in Missouri and has gained lots of attention for its unique sales approach. Open Concept sells time instead of drinks. According to the bar's website, customers pay per hour to drink as much as they can handle.

Game Day Sneak Peak

Chiefs vs. Colts: Game and score predictions

So far, our staff predictions have been as perfect as the For Week 5, the Chiefs return to Arrowhead to face the Indianapolis Colts in Sunday Night Football. Let's see what our staff (and our readers) think this time: Kansas City Chiefs ' record - yet another week passed with everyone picking the Chiefs to win.

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


  1. KCMO Population…
    1970 US Census = 507,087
    2010 US Census = 459,787

    (Do dis elevator even gots a floor in it?)

  2. Lookatdat ape Panom Gai! Looks like a fucking gorilla!

    And to think people treat those animals as though they were human beings.

    1. He’s a grad student at UMKC. Genius level IQ.

  3. KCMO can't manage their crime. It has become a shit hole in the last years. Loved old KC, hate it now. Drugs, crime , murder.. that's KCMO.

  4. There haven't been that many vehicles, pedestrians, and unsubsidized successful businesses in downtown KCMO since Mike Murphy's last cattle drive down Main Street.


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