Saturday, November 16, 2019

Kansas City Saturday News Smile



Right now we check community news and pop culture items for our Sunday guests. Checkit:

Kansas City Kitty Stays Winning Fight For Survival

Cat rescued from North Kansas City highway now social media star

It was just about a year ago that a video of a North Kansas City police officer rescuing a small kitten from Interstate 29 went viral.Since then, that feline, named Bella, has become somewhat of a celebrity, with a social media cat walk like none other.


Feds Show Cowtown Confidence

Perdue: 'Absolutely zero regrets' about USDA move to KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said Friday that he has "absolutely zero regrets" about moving the headquarters of two research agencies from Washington, D.C., to Kansas City, despite continuing criticism that the move would harm agricultural research and make it less available to federal lawmakers.


Custom Lingerie Liberation

How Small Lingerie Stores Work Hard to Honor Your Body

After a day out running unsexy errands, I wanted to balance out my productivity with something hot. I was near a shopping center with a Victoria's Secret and decided to finally purchase an item I always wanted: a garter belt. So in I went, with my bags of melting groceries, and searched.


Faith Cross-Section

To help migrants and deported people, Latina Muslims seek to open Tijuana shelter - Religion News Service

(RNS) - A group of Latina Muslims in San Diego is raising money to build a shelter across the border in Tijuana, Mexico, to not only assist the surge of migrants there, but also to help those who are deported from the United States.


Sanctuary For Churros

De Blasio's latest lefty brainstorm: churro zones in subway stations

On Thursday, the state-subsidized Metropolitan Transportation Authority held its monthly board meeting, and it was nothing but bad news: a $700 million deficit has ballooned by another half-billion dollars. You'd think the mayor and his would-be successor, City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, would be proposing constructive solutions - but instead they're pushing ...


KC Cinema Del Mundo

A New Movie Theater Gives Spanish-Language Cinema A Home In Kansas City

At the corner of St. John and Askew in Kansas City's Historic Northeast is a nondescript red brick and stone building that almost blends with the surrounding neighborhood. The exterior stands in contrast to lively Spanish language movies being screened inside.


Soldier's Story Shared

Commander of 12 Strong's 'Horse Soldiers' comes to Kansas City on new mission

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Mark Nutsch and his team of Green Berets inspired last year's movie "12 Strong," starring Chris Hemsworth. Hemsworth played the detachment commander of the U.S. Army Special Forces 12-man team that was among the first to land in Afghanistan after the attacks on Sept. 11.


Motel Crackdown

Welcome Inn in Blue Springs appeals threat to close motel

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. - One day after threatening to close the Welcome Inn in Blue Springs for "repeated violations," the Jackson County Environmental Health Department accepted an appeal to keep the roach-infested hotel open if it undertake promised renovations.


Discount Tech Look

Walmart opening new Esports Arena in Overland Park store to bring gamers together

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Walmart is adding a new enterprise to its long list of services. This one might be a win for shoppers, kids and anyone who plays video games. The Overland Park location off 159th Street and Metcalf Avenue is opening an Esports Arena on Saturday.


More Deets On KCPD Opioid Drug Test Kit Supply

Every KCPD station gets new device to test drugs in effort to save lives

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Police officers around the country are seeing firsthand the deadly effects of fentanyl, using Narcan and CPR to try to save lives from the deadly and potent drug. Now, Kansas City officers have a tool called TruNarc at every patrol station to test for fentanyl and other drugs that is safer than previous tests.


Kansas City Old School Achievement Well Remembered

'NFL 100 Greatest' Teams, No. 27: 1969 Kansas City Chiefs

"NFL 100 Greatest" ranks the top 100 teams in NFL history, and the 1969 Kansas City Chiefs -- who defeated the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IV behind the play of Hall of Famers in quarterback Len Dawson, defensive tackle Buck Buchanan . . .


KC Autumn Awesome

Warm, breezy for your Saturday

TO 20 MPH AT TIMES. SPOTY SHOWERS WILL BEOSSIBLE SUNDAY MNING, MAINLY BEFORE 9 AM. HIGHS WILL BE INHE 50S TO NEAR 60 DEGES THROUGH NEXT WEDNESDA COOLER TEERATURES AND RAIN RETURN WEDNESDAY THROUGH LATNEXT WEEK. THE 40S WITH LOWS IN THE Overnight lows will fall to near 30 degrees.


LITTLE BIG - GO BANANAS is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Autumn rule of more kc garbage and excuses. Sorry T, your town is a dump.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Am i the only one who is sick of beating about 1969 chiefs? How about the modern day team do something

Anonymous said...

^^^^Yes dummy, you are the only one. Also, please not we are all sick of hearing from you too!

Anonymous said...

Oh Chimpy. Are lonely in the zoo? Lol

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

805 Shouldnt you be at some protest burning your bra ?