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It's Time For Kansas City Chiefs To Live Up To All Of The Hype
Through the first month of the season, the Kansas City Chiefs lived up to the hype, putting on a show every time they had the chance. When the calendar flipped to October, however, the nightmare began.
LOCAL CONTROL LOOK!!!
From the Kansas City Police Department: December 3, 2019 A new member has been appointed to The Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners by Missouri Governor Mike Parson. Commissioner Cathy Dean was sworn in this morning at Kansas City Police Headquarters before a special setting of the Board of Police Commissioners.
JoCo Building Boom
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Mary Cyr put it bluntly. "We're on the verge of huge transformation," said the executive director of the Downtown Overland Park Partnership. In the past four years, new apartment, office and retail buildings have popped up around downtown Overland Park.
Fat Zoro's Revenge???
George Zimmerman has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Trayvon Martin's family - six years after he was acquitted of killing the unarmed black teen in Florida. The former neighborhood watch volunteer accuses Trayvon's mother, prosecutors and others of conspiring to concoct a false narrative through "imposter and fake witness" Rachel Jeantel, who was on the phone with the teen just before he was shot.
She founded a swimwear line with Gisele Coria and Aline Ambrosio called Gal Floripa. And on Tuesday, Alessandra Ambrosio showed off her incredible figure in a black bikini from her brand as she was snapped running into the stunning waters.
Sounds Like 2020 Sucks
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Calling all Maroon 5 fans! The band is announced Wednesday that they're coming to Kansas City next year. They'll bring singer Meghan Trainor along with them to Sprint Center on Thursday, Aug. 27. Presales for the show start Thursday, Dec. 12 at noon.
Classy Kansas City
It's commonly understood that the best way to explore a new place is to go straight to the locals. Each week in the Urbanist, we take that wisdom one step further by seeking out not just locals but local experts - those who are especially well versed in their cities' newest and most noteworthy scenes - to give us insider recommendations.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .