Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Kansas City Midweek Roundup



Quick look not so way-back at one of our favorite promo photo sets of the year along with local community and more pop culture news . . . Checkit:

Kansas City Doggie Adoption Campaign Star In The Making

Dog in KC shelter for 5 years will soon become star of new billboard to find forever home

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Drivers will soon see a new billboard as they travel to downtown Kansas City. It'll have a dog's face plastered on it for all the metro to see. His name is Merrick, and he's looking for his forever home. "We've tried a lot of different ways to get him adopted.


Kansas City Pro Bowl Push

Chiefs' Mahomes in second place after first week of Pro Bowl voting

KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) --- Despite missing multiple games this season due to injury, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is one of the top vote-getters in the 2020 Pro Bowl vote after week one. The NFL said on Wednesday night that Mahomes has received 116,325 votes, second behind Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.


JoCo Institution Gone

City council condemns former Mission Bowl building - Kansas City Business Journal

The outlook for the former Mission Bowl building appears grim. The Mission City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday that declares the building at 5399 Martway St. as unsafe. The 24-lane bowling alley closed nearly five years ago after a fire, and now, it could finally be demolished.


Family Affair Photo Of Year

Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner pose for raunchy snaps

Khloé Kardashian is flaunting her "Revenge Body!" The reality star showed off her fabulous figure in a steamy new snap taken with sisters, Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner and shared on social media on Monday.


Perfect Village Leads The Way

Recycling glass at the curb gaining popularity

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jamie Arnold says his clients used to cringe throwing glass in the trash when they knew they should be recycling instead. Arnold's company, GlassBandit, makes it easier to give a glass bottle or jar a second life.


Progress After Tragedy

After son's death, Overland Park mom supports police changes

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Overland Park Police Chief Frank Donchez announced this week that Johnson County law enforcement recruits will now undergo nearly double the amount of state-required mental health training hours starting in 2020. In a social media post on Tuesday, Donchez said the Johnson County Chiefs and Sheriffs Association voted to approve the change during a recent meeting.


The Weather & The Drop

Rain Wednesday night; falling temps on Thursday

Look for rain Wednesday evening. The winds will remain strong, and the temperatures will fall close to 50 degrees and eventually into the 40s overnight. The high Thursday will happen early in the day. We will see our readings tumble into the 30s.


And this is another OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mahomes Pro Bowl?
Now that is as big a joke as that debate that was just on.

The issue with recycling around here is most people are to stupid to understand how it's done and should be done. Collecting and sorting drives the costs so high it's no longer worth it.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO
Trash in tinsel, must be getting close to the Holidays.