Kansas City Bad News Overview

Friday night crime, debate and paycheck harsh times for our late night guests . . . Take a look:

Kansas City Friday Pay Probs

Overnight glitch leaves Commerce customers in payday limbo

For many workers, Friday equals payday - and that's generally a good thing, unless you were a Commerce Bank customer this week. Commerce customers were up in arms Friday after the bank experienced a direct-deposit issue during nightly processing. "We encountered an unexpected system issue," Commerce said in a vague explanation for the hiccup posted to Twitter.

Tech Spy Cam Captures Meth Town Clean Out

Independence man's livelihood stolen during Ring outage

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - An Independence man is asking for help to recover thousands of dollars worth of stolen lawn care business equipment. "I worked real hard every year to try and buy a new item or update my equipment every year," Roy Ross said. Within minutes Oct.

Breakfast Money Reporting

Perkins Restaurants recovers from payroll glitch

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A payroll problem is solved. On Friday morning, employees of Perkins Restaurants woke up without their direct deposit. "I was like, 'Oh no. How am I going to pay my rent?'" one local Perkins employee said.

Local School Threat Solved

KCK police: Suspect who threatened JC Harmon HS in custody

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - Police say a suspect is in custody Friday after a threat was made to a Kansas City, Kansas, high school. According to a release from the Kansas City Kansas Police Department, officers began to received tips from parents Thursday night over posts they saw on social media threating JC Harmon High School.

No Talking in Meth Town

Councilwoman upset after residents denied say in proposed industrial park in Independence

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- It's a vote that could have a big impact on the future of Independence. But some city council members are upset residents won't get a chance to speak to them about a proposed industrial park in the city's gateway.

Nasty Kansas State

More Kansans Reported Sexual Violence In 2018, But The Stats Don't Tell The Whole Story

Kansans reported more sexual assaults, domestic violence and stalking to the police in 2018, according to a report from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. Compared to the previous year, it's a 6% increase in domestic violence incidents, a 9% increase in rapes and a 27% increase in stalking incidents.

Kansas City Mexican Voyage Amid Peril

Chiefs to head to Mexico despite murder of American family there

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- We are 10 days out from the Chiefs' international game in Mexico City. However, with the recent murder of an American family in Mexico in mind, we had to wonder if anyone is having second thoughts about going there and whether they should?

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


  1. The NFL should stop playing games outside the US. The game in London is ignored, the one in Mexico supports a corrupt dangerous country.

  2. Maybe they will think Mahomes is a legal resident and not allow him to return

  3. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ +1000

    Good call.

    They've been trying to make it work for more than a decade but it still hasn't caught on. Focus on American fans!

  4. Mexico is a shithole. Funny that the NEWS has daily reports to indorse Mexico's violent and criminal ways, the left disputing so they can move it all here for votes.

  5. The thing I find amusing is that what the Europeans call "American Football" is only really popular in Germany, having been introduced when the US had a large military presence there as part of NATO, and the NFL never holds exhibition games there.

  6. The NFL, NBA, and any of the other "sports" leagues are all about nothing but MONEY.
    And they've pretty much tapped the market in the US and have shaken out as much as they can from the TV and cable networks, so they now head for overseas dialing for dollars.
    The cost/benefits are yet to be seen in this ploy.
    But if you just keep in mind that it's all about the Benjamins, you'll never guess wrong.

  7. Ignatius C. Einstein11/9/19, 8:43 AM

    RE: Commerce Bank Story.
    Over 70% of Americans don't have an emergency fund of at least $400. That is a fact and it speaks to this problem at Commerce Bank. Every business uses technology, certainly every bank does. They have IT departments for a reason, because stuff happens with IT systems. I am not saying that CB customers didn't deserve access to their paychecks but having an emergency fund is essential....FOR EMERGENCIES! Make a plan to have one and follow it.

  8. Don't keep your emergency fund in the Commerce Bank.


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